There was nothing in yesterday’s Throne Speech that addresses the government’s action plan and commitments to Arts & Culture.
The wild ride of Hugh Dillon (pictured), the return of Patrick Watson, and an honour for Domenic Troiano. Others in the headlines include Celine Dion, Gord Downie, TikTok, Spotify, Cameron Crowe, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, NMC, and Miles Davis.
Scooter Braun (pictured) opens up, the beauty of the Red Rocks venue, and an essential look back at Devo. Others in the headlines include Neko Case, Drake, North Carolina musicians, summer hits, Boots Riley, the Hunter Brothers, feminist pop anthems, Foo Fighters, Raffi, Chastity, and Karimah.
The effect of legal pot on music, the obstacles placed upon black genius, and sexual harassment at Coachella. Also making headlines are Buffy Sainte-Marie, Compact Music, 4/20, Memphis music, The Damned, J Cole, The Olympic Symphonium, Tess Roby, and Ford Pier.
Canadian country group Hunter Brothers, comprised of Luke, J.J., Ty, Brock and Dusty Hunter, have this week’s Most Active track at radio–and 3rd most downloaded song, following Pearl Jam and Bon Jovi.
These five Saskatchewan siblings were raised on farming, hockey and music. The latter is now their focus, as J.J. and Ty Hunter explain in this interview.