I was an early subscriber to Bandzoogle. Like most musicians, I was looking for a platform to promote my own recordings.
Bandzoogle, Canada’s uber-successful all-in-one platform for musicians, reports having paid out $5-million in
The 2020 Latin Grammy nominations feature Alex Cuba (pictured) and Lido Pimienta, Juno Award submissions are now open, and Louis O’Reilly reboots On Ramp. Others in the news include Cory Marks, Kiwi Jr., The Chesterfield, Bandzoogle, TSO, The Corral, CIMA, Eamon McGrath, Michael Kaeshammer, Purity Ring, MMF Canada, Hugh Syme, Plants and Animals, and farewell to Helen Reddy, Mac Davis, and Max Merritt.
The Ottawa native has played a key role in the impressive growth of the music website creator. Recently named CEO, she reflects on the company's artist-friendly mandate and its adaptation to the music industry’s ever-changing technological advancements.
The company helps celebrate its 15th anniversary by launching MusiCounts’ new school instrument grant increase with a large donation.
Kensington Market Jazz Festival and Tiki Collective (pictured) shine, Drake tops AMA noms list, and WE Day returns to Toronto. Also in the news are Bandzoogle, Manitoba Showcase, Lennon Stella, Supercrawl, SXSW, Brad Fordham, SAC, Cowboy Junkies, Storyhive, and farewell Ira Sabin. Videos added for your enjoyment.