Corb Lund (pictured) fights open pit coal mines, Kim Mitchell enters the CSHF, and The Horseshoe Tavern resumes live music. Others in the headlines include John Orpheus, “Gunner” Smith , Charlotte Day Wilson, Vivendi, UMG, Doug Morris, Lorde, Sony Music Publishing, The Faces, Inhaler, Bob Dylan, Rick Laird, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Surf Curse, and Chuck E. Weiss.
Drake sets a new record, Hard Rock announces a new hotel in London, ON, Coeur de pirate (pictured) buys Dare To Care Records, Corb Lund and Paul Brandt protest Albertan coal mining, and a new Montreal jazz series is launched. Also in the news are TiKA, MNS, Church of Trees, Carole Pope, Neil Young, Cartel Madras, Tyler Shaw, Soran, Bruce Guthro, Justin Nozuka, and farewell Duke Bootee, Phil Spector, Chris Murphy, and Syl Sylvain.
Justin Bieber stars in a video for a hit by DJ Khaled and Drake (pictured), a rooftop concert series comes to The Hammer, and Jann Arden’s hit show returns. Also making news are George Canyon and Aaron Pritchett, HUFF, Dean Brody, Evangeline Gentle, Corb Lund, Half Moon Run, The Rex, Alan Doyle, Melanie Brulée, Kaytranada, The Darcys, URGNT, and farewell Lucille Starr and Gary Peacock.
Marianas Trench (pictured) join the Live From Inside live-stream series, the SOCAN Foundation launches the Black Canadian Music Awards, and Festival (506) continues virtually. Also in the news are Corb Lund, Steven Guilbeault, the TU Jazz Fest, Dylan Menzie, Barenaked Ladies, Columbia Artists Management, Satellite and The Harpoonist, Screamin' Deal, The Trews, and farewell Ian Mitchell and Erick Morillo.
Johnny Reid (pictured) offers comfort and a song to Nova Scotia, Blue Rodeo’s anthem is selected for the Great Canadian Singalong, and We Are One makes an impact. Also in the news are Creative Manitoba, Corb Lund, Whitney Rose, Leonard Cohen, Mécénat Musica Prix 3 Femmes, A3 Merch, Mike Love, and Adrian Sutherland. With video.
Shawn Mendes (pictured) and Jules McCools win Oshawa Music Awards, the SING! Fest is postponed, and Lady Gaga raises big bucks to fight the coronavirus. Also in the news are Black Hen, Bruce Springsteen, Tenille Townes, FAI, eOne, Corb Lund, Dolly Parton, and farewell John Prine, Hal Willner, and Neil Lasher.
The honkytonk star teases a new album with a rousing song wisely extolling the virtues of age.
Sorrey lead the pack at the 2020 Music PEI Awards, Whitehorse (pictured) was amongst those celebrating the life of Jon Box, and Corb Lund announces a new album and tour. Also in the news are Tenille Townes, Junofest, G-Eazy, MMF Canada, Cheapies, Elton John, Chin Injeti, Noah Reid, and farewell John Burke.
The Northern Power Summit features rapper Wanz (pictured), Tegan and Sara announce a major North American tour and Robbie Robertson teams with Van the Man. Others in the news include 46 for 46, Loud Luxury, the Maple Blues Awards, Gordie Tentrees, Music BC, Corb Lund, Rocketman, Dave Sampson, Mississauga Music Awards, and Lennon Stella. Videos added for your enjoyment.
Embracing his Western heritage through his music, Lund has been known to touch on a range of cowboy themes past and present - from rough-and-tumble tales of lawless frontier saloons to the somber realities of running a modern family ranch.
The honkytonk heroine teams up with kindred spirit Corb Lund for a duet celebrating enduring love. Their two distinctive voices mesh oh so sweetly.
Ian Tyson opens up to fellow cowboy poet Corb Lund, and notorious rock critic Lester Bangs inspires a play. Also in the headlines are Paul McCartney, Whitney Rose, Moog, opera singers, female rockers, and British reggae.