Maestro Fresh Wes (pictured) is featured in Black 365, the Canadian crucial to Morgan Wallen’s success, and the Blues Music Awards nominees are announced. Also in the news are the SOCAN Foundation, AGCO, Raine Hamilton, Rene-Charles, Moist, The Dead South, Sun Records, Paragon Cause, Indie Weekly, Amplified Opera, Corin Raymond, and farewell Grady Gaines, Sophie, and Hilton Valentine.
Arkells (pictured) take fans on a pub crawl, Pierre Kwenders explores his history, and social media is seen as the music biz’s future. Also in the headlines are Braden Lam, Harpdog Brown, Spotify, Selena, Spinrilla, Shane MacGowan, Dolly Parton, Nick Cave, Blue Oyster Cult, and Elton John.
Terra Lightfoot (pictured) heads up an all-female road show, a Shawn Mendes hit is dissected, and advice for HMV and Sunrise. Also in the headlines are Jessie Reyez, Sting, Emily King, Hamilton, COC, 21 Savage, The Clash, OBEY, R. Kelly, Al Green, Salif Keita, Sam Cooke, Scooter Braun, Dolly Parton, and Ringo Starr.
Geddy Lee (pictured) picks his fave Rush songs, the highs and lows of the COC, and more best of 2018 lists. Others in the headlines include Drake, Alberta Ballet, The Whiskey Jerks, Zayn, Neil Young, opera, Philip Glass, Leonard Cohen, The Band, Ariana Grande, Herbie Hancock, and Macy Gray.
Sue Foley (pictured) is amongst the Maple Blues Awards performers, Yo-Yo Ma serenades Montreal subway riders, and the Unison Schmoozefest is on tonight. Also in the news are West End Phoenix, Johnny Clegg, COC, CIMA, Jazzahead!, AmericanaFestUK, McKenna Mendelson Mainline, Music PEI, SOCAN, and Jill Barber. Videos added for your enjoyment.
The Weeknd gets emotional at Coachella, Mariah Carey reveals her bipolar condition, and Canadians shine at Savannah Music Festival. Also in the headlines are Tinashe, Huey Lewis, classical Junos, London Music Week, Springsteen, Shawn Mendes, Amici, Peggy Lee, and the Canadian Opera Company.
Neil Diamond leaves the tour road behind and a look into the chaos behind Exile On Main Street. Those also in the headlines today include Bob Dylan, A Tribe Called Red, Stanley Booth, Rigoletto, Justin Timberlake, female producers, and The Balconies.
Julian Taylor has a birthday, Inuit singer-songwriter Charlie Panigoniak finds friends, Pemberton Fest bites Ticketfly...hard, Edmonton Music Prize announces winners, Lindi Ortega goes on tour, and it's a sad farewell to France Gall, Ray Thomas, and Chris Tsangarides.