Sweet vocal harmonies and tender lyrics drive this lovely ballad.
The CFMAs (pictured) is looking for a Slaight Music Unsung Hero, the Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival is now under way, and the CIMA Summit: Indie Music Connects event is coming soon. Also in the news are Lily Frost, Girls+ Rock Ottawa, the CCMA, Maybe May, BC live music, David Myles, and farewell Michael Laderoute and Mike O’Reilly.
Colin Linden (pictured) is a Maple Blues award winner, the Country Music Alberta Awards names its performers, David Myles launches a new podcast, and early Neil Young footage surfaces. Also in the news are CMAOntario Awards, Top5, Music Nova Scotia , Carol Welsman, FMC, Tokyo Police Club, Mo Kenney, Dean Brody, and farewell Raymond Levesque and Johnny Pacheco.
His warm and sweet voice delivers comfort and compassion in these stressful times.
The new love songs of David Myles (pictured), a look back at cult folk singer Elyse Weinberg, and a socially distanced US rock show. Others in the headlines include Leonard Cohen, Toronto’s African artists, Century Egg, Spotify, Reeperbahn fest, Reservoir, Tekashi 6ix9ine, Keith Urban, Splice, Abba, Bruce Allen, Ian Curtis, Guns ‘N Roses, Rod Stewart, The Human League, Ian Anderson, and Devo.
Choir! Choir! Choir! and Rufus Wainwright will sing across the universe, Liona Boyd offers solace with a new song, and Ariana and Justin join forces. Also in the news are Crown Lands, Big Sugar, The Spoons, Taco Pica, Bob Dylan, Justin Fancy, David Myles, CIMA, and farewell Andre Harrell and Betty Wright.
Nova Scotia Music Week is now underway (pictured is Awards nominee David Myles), Martin Atkins guests at Indie Week, and Paradigm's roster expands. Others in the news include Manitoba Music, Buckman Coe, Amplify BC, Music Canada Live, Carly Rae Jepsen, Janice Mitchell, Wooden Horsemen, and Winterfolk. Videos added for your enjoyment.
The Juno-winning rapper recruited his comrade David Myles and an A-list of Nova Scotian talent to join him on this powerful new track addressing the issue of abuse. It is designed to support Halifax's Sea Star Centre in its work with victims of trauma.
Supercrawl expands for its 10th anniversary, famed photographer Mick Rock holds court, and Grammys head Neil Portnow is on the way out. Also in the news are Manitoba Music, Electric Eclectics, Slocan Ramblers, SummerWorks, Sākihiwē fest, Francois Bourassa, Patrik, Stalone, and David Myles. Videos added for your enjoyment.