Cory Marks (pictured) has a big hit on his hands, Glenn Gould disses Mozart, and a crop of Canadian guitar heroes. Also in the headlines are Neil and Bob Young, Halifax Pop Explosion, Spotify, Amanda Parris, Harm Franklin, Sony, BMG, Tencent, Marc Geiger,, Kanye, NZ concerts, Billie Eilish, Offset, Tool, Shane MacGowan, Danny Elfman, and Brian May.
Scott Nolan (pictured) is amongst those offering musical condolences to Nova Scotia, The Hideout is remembered, and Glenn Gould still resonates. Others in the headlines include Jason McCoy, Philip Rambow, UMG, Taylor Swift, Steve Stoute. Mark Ronson, Hipgnosis, X, Fiona Apple, online DJ sets, New Jersey benefit, Richard Branson, Marianne Faithfull, Tones & I, and Talking Heads.
The US-based entertainment rights colossus has acquired a treasure chest of rights and song catalogues that include some of the most revered names in popular music. Among them Bob Marley, Smokey Robinson, Kurt Cobain, Lamont Dozier, Glenn Gould, Paul Anka, and now a considerable blue-chip list featuring Bob Ezrin's credits.
The famous pianos of Glenn Gould, more Rock Hall ceremony highlights, (pictured) Mick Jagger takes a pause, plus updates about Devours, IMAs, Ontario fests, IFPI, Phil Lynott, Spotify, Billie Eilish, Eric Clapton, Mott The Hoople, and Wanda Jackson.
Veteran recording engineer/music producer Kevin Doyle's recent efforts could soon be helping a number of young people in Nicaragua learn English la
Glorious Sons (pictured) earn success without hype, Celine's clothing line is criticised, and Ryan Guldemond opens his fridge. Also in the headlines are Donovan Woods, The Guess Who, Kate Bush, Ethan Ardelli, Lalo Schifrin, Melanie Brulee, music schools, Queen, Rolling Stones, Glenn Gould, and Katy Perry.
Tory Lanez (pictured) finds his groove, Ottawa rallies for tornado relief, and Said The Whale's new video dazzles. Also making headlines are CPO, Stiff Little Fingers, The Sadies, TSO, Carly Rae Jepsen, Francesco Yates, election pop culture, Spotify, YouTube, Glenn Gould, Moby, Sinead O'Connor, Giles Martin, Grimes, Joni Mitchell, Jack White, and Frank Zappa.
The classical world is about to be turned on its head with Primary Wave Publishing announcing plans to return the late Canadian classical pianist to the stage using hologram technology. Dates and cities TBA.
The celebrated Canadian pianist, who died in 1982 and famously detested live performances, is destined to join an elite group of deceased musical performers who are being returned to the stage using holographic technology.
Dundurn has just published the slim volume that offers a wealth of well documented facts about the legendary Canadian, and a few ripping good stories as well.
A collection of entertaining news and videos for your enjoyment.