A top tier list of Canadian songwriters, composers, music publishers and music industry executives convened at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Monday evening for the annual gala where they were treated to an impressive line-up of homegrown performers.
The Awards Gala will be held in Toronto on June 18, but the performing rights org has already announced five Achievement Award winners.
We have the story, the nominees and the complete list of winners from this year's Canadian Radio Music Awards.
Those being added to the honour roll of the Music Managers Forum Canada next month are Susan de Cartier of Starfish Entertainment, Live Nation's Riley O'Connor, and Daniel Caesar and his management team of Matthew Burnett and Jordan Evans.
The 2018 Juno Awards CBC-telecast, hosted by Michael Bublé and broadcast live from Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Sunday night, was arguably the best show in the annual spectacle’s 47 years and much enhanced by a s;ate of spectacular performances, and the show's multi-platform delivery.
Apple CEO Tim Cook meets Daniel Caesar in Toronto, Drake delivers two new tracks, and Matt Mays headlines Massey Hall. Also making news are Allison Brock, Band Of Rascals, JJ Lin, Waterfront Fire, Jessica Mitchell, Johnny Reid, Matt Zimbel, Terra Lightfoot, Graffiti's, and a farewell to Lari White and Hugh Masekela.
Celine takes in more than US$100M at the box-office, Barack Obama digs Daniel Caesar, CBC airs the Leonard Cohen tribute tonight, Robert Thiessen has a viral hit with a satirical play on Toto's Africa, the Stray Cats reunite, plus it's farewell to Muscle Shoals' Rick Hall and Casablanca Records' Larry Harris.
In today's wrap, Daniel Caesar continues his meteoric rise to the top and ousted Tenor Remigio Pereira begins his comeback. Also featured are Meaghan Smith, Bob Dylan, California sounds, Qwest TV, Sonny Rollins, Rolling Loud, and a jazz congress.
It’s a miracle story for the Oshawa native who’s gone from couch-surfing a couple of years back to two Grammy nods and a five-night hometown run at Danforth Music Hall.
Taylor Swift has the number one hit song, Queens of the Stone Age has the number one album, and Toronto R&B artist Daniel Caesar debuts at 16 with his debut LP this week.