Drake

Drake

Grammy winner Brandi Carlile will speak at SXSW. Photo: Facebook
February 15, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Grammy winner Brandi Carlile (pictured) will speak at SXSW, Drake's victory is celebrated in the 6ix, and The Sakamoto Agency expands. Also making news are Roxodus Music Fest, Kasador, Music BC, RPM, Jillard Guitars, Sonic Unyon, and SATE. Videos added for your enjoyment.

Daniel Caesar  Facebook Photo
February 13, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Daniel Caesar (pictured) and Greg Wells win their first Grammys, Everest scales new heights, and Heart regroups. Also in the headlines are NOV3L, Harpdog Brown, Kaia Kater, Drake, Alex Chilton, Nicki Minaj, and Michael Lynton.

 

Drake   Photo: grammy.com
February 11, 2019
by FYI Staff

A surprise attendee, Drizzy (pictured) stirred controversy with his acceptance speech. Other Canadians sharing in the spoils include Daniel Caesar, James Ehnes, Greg Wells, Willo Perron, Lili Haydn, and Shawn Everett.

Tiny Record Shop, Toronto  Photo: Janet Kimber
February 6, 2019
by Kerry Doole

88 Glam  Facebook photo
January 30, 2019
by Kerry Doole

88Glam (pictured) making moves, Drake snubs the Junos, Bryan Adams is eternally young, and Paul Brandt gets reflective. Others in the headlines include Future, Kate Bush, Kurt Dahl, Raine and Chantal, Kristel Jax, Universal Music, streaming, John Martyn, Michael Jackson, Richey Edwards, and folk artists.

Justin and Hailey FB Photo
January 23, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Rumours of a Justin and Hailey (pictured) wedding event, the fallout from the demise of RPM distro, and the vocabulary of hip-hop make news headlines. Others in the headlines include James Blake, Lanco, The Lemon Twigs, Erin Wall, Drake, the ESO, Bravado, Roc Nation, Lady Gaga, HMV, Bandcamp, Voivod, Geddy Lee, Marty Stuart, the Beatles, Mott the Hoople, and Grimes.

Donna Grantis. Instagram
January 21, 2019
by FYI Staff

The hit Justin Bieber exhibit in Stratford inspires a book, R. Kelly is dropped by Sony, Ariana Grande sets a Spotify record, and Donna Grantis (pictured) goes solo. Also in the news are John and Yoko, The Dead South, APTN, Drake, Ian Blurton, Trille Or, Lenny Stoute, Verboden, Monster Truck, Music BC, and a farewell to Reggie Young. Videos added for your enjoyment.

Elizabeth Shepherd
January 21, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Elizabeth Shepherd (pictured) takes a musical tour of Montreal, the cassette revival continues, and Drake's new $2,2M car is on display. Also in the headlines are Toronto hip-hop artists, 21C Festival, Sharon Van Etten, The Jerry Cans, AGO, Spotify, music licenses, Liberty Media, Rumble, The Who, Alex Lifeson, Stephen King, Van Morrison, R. Kelly, and Bootsy Collins.

Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk
January 18, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Star couple Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk (pictured) are profiled in a new documentary, concern over Canada's new Minister of Justice's view of copyright, and Spotify's Preferred Distributors list. Also in the headlines are Dear Evan Hansen, John Werner, PUP, Duke Robillard, Call Me Mildy, Carl Morey, Cory Weeds, Putin, Bitfury, Country Music Critics’ Poll, Chris Cornell, Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Drake, Soulja Boy, and Jackie Shane.

Drake  Facebook photo
January 16, 2019
by FYI Staff

Drake (pictured) signs up for a Vegas residency, The Who returns with three Canadian concert dates, and MDM signs Don Amero. Others names in the news include Elton Rohn, Kelowna, A2IM,  Manitoba Film and Music, Vivek Shraya, Contact East, Gene MacLellan, Music BC, The PepTides, Jeremy Darby,  Brittany Lyseng, and farewells to Bonnie Guitar, Shirley Boone, and Carol Channing. Videos added for your enjoyment.

Drake is King of Pop in 2018. Pic: Instagram
January 9, 2019
by External Source

Drake rules in the 2018 Top 10 countdowns, and we have the facts to prove it.

Kinnie Starr   Photo: Robin Gartner
January 9, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Kinnie Starr (pictured) finds her way back through music, the High Performance Rodeo rounds up intriguing mash-ups, and a valuation of Universal Music Group. Also in the headlines are Amber Epp, Alicia Toner, record labels, streaming, CD Baby, Drake, music biz trends, Broadway box office, The Golden Globes, Charlie Watts, Chita Rivera, Britney Spears, Travis Scott, Chance the Rapper, the Austin scene, and Norman Gimbel.