Washes of sound and ethereal vocals have a meditative effect.
Groundbreaking Canadian albums by Beverly Glenn-Copeland (pictured), Main Source, and Buffy Sainte-Marie have been named as this year’s recipients of a Prize that can be viewed as a Hall of Fame equivalent for releases in the pre-Polaris era.
Beverly Glenn-Copeland (pictured) gets a late career boost, Geddy Lee reflects on life after Rush, and live music returns to Calgary. Also in the headlines are Kestrels, Toronto venues, Eric Ethridge, Chris Taylor, Mustafa, Twitch, Amazon Music, YouTube, AC/DC, Keith Richards, ShareChat, Peter Hook, Bob Dylan, and Times Square.
Toronto’s new CityView Drive-In (pictured) will host concerts, the star-studded Saints And Sinners Tour is rescheduled, and MusiCounts presents a virtual dance party. Others in the headlines include Stompin' Tom Connors and Whiskey Jack, Kiesza, JAZZ.FM91 shows, Montreal venue closures, Anvil, Manitoba Music, Bandcamp, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Mike Shabb, and farewell Johnny Mandel, Benny Mardones, and Milton Glaser. With video.
Bruce Cockburn (pictured) turns 75, the new career of Trevor Hurst, and a tribute to Renée Claude. Also in the headlines are Billie Eilish, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Rufus Wainwright, Drake, SOCAN, Black Dresses, BeApp, Def Jam Africa, Taylor Swift, Cat Stevens, The Doobie Brothers, Joe Ely, Eminem, and album covers.