With production underway for the second season of CTV’s hit original music series, the network has announced that Bryan Adams and Jann Arden join as celebrity mentors.
Appearing in Ottawa on Tuesday morning, Bryan Adams urged the federal government to amend the Copyright Act to give artists more ability to regain control of their works after they've been sold.
Bryan Adams joins Taylor Swift (pictured) onstage in Toronto, Alfie Zappacosta is the subject of a new documentary, and Jazz Cartier is making moves. Also in the news are Royal Tusk, Music NL, Pink, Road Gold, Boots & Hearts, The Avulsions, Ray Bonneville, Goldilox, and farewells to Lorrie Collins and Brad Daymond. Videos added for your enjoyment.
"When someone who’s been in the game a while takes time to talk to you, just listen."
For close to four decades, Marlene Palmer was the conduit to many of Canada's top line stars and won respect from her clients and media, all of whom loved her for her unflappable style and utmost professionalism.
Andy Kim was presented with the PRO’s Cultural Impact Award in recognition of his 1969 hit "Sugar, Sugar." What follows is Kim’s acceptance speech given on June 19.
Timmins has announced the lineup for what promises to be one of the biggest and most certainly affordable summer festivals of 2018.
Making the news today are Music NL, the Women in Music Conference, Gord Bamford, Mariposa, Melody Makers, Opera Atelier, Bryan Adams, Caliban Arts Theatre, Jadea Kelly, Sweet Alibi, Bunny Sigler, and Jerry Ross. Videos included for your pleasure.
Bell Media has pulled no punches in putting together an all-star line-up for the opening and closing Invictus Games ceremonies in Toronto on Sept. 23 and 30 respectively.
The study finds that Canadian fans devote 60 percent of their annual music spend on related events and 40 percent of those surveyed say they have purchased CDs on the grounds.
Stars shining backstage at the SOCAN Awards. L - R: Ruth B, Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance and Carly Rae Jepsen.