Jann Arden

Jann Arden

Tegan and Sara  Facebook photo
May 5, 2021
by Kerry Doole

The memoir of Tegan and Sara (pictured) heads to TV, the CCMA has reasons for Pride, and Global Toronto is set for June. Others in the news include Jann Arden, ISC, Radio Starmaker, Art of Time, Leonard Cohen, Flaming Lips, Russell Louder, Kenny Kirkwood, Sidewalk Sounds, and farewell Phil Naro, Ed Ward, and Tommy West.

Jann Arden  Facebook graphic
September 24, 2020
by FYI Staff

Jann Arden (pictured) is on a roll, a look at Gord Downie’s posthumous solo album, and Dayna Manning offers a tribute to Stratford. Others in the headlines include Bruce Cockburn, London Music Week, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Terry Fox, Dakota Tavern, TikTok, Bandcamp, Greg Marella, Joni Mitchell, Kanye West, Jimi Hendrix, Miley Cyrus, karaoke moments, Fred Schneider, and This Heat.

Jann Arden  website photo
September 17, 2020
by Kerry Doole

Jann Arden (pictured) returns to TV and releases another album, a Tragically Hip doco double bill hits screens, and bluesman Steve Strongman signs with Linus. Also in the news are the Jim Beam National Talent Search, BPAC, the SOCAN Foundation, The Chefs Table, Remember The Music, drive-in shows, John Lennon, Sing Leaf, Alec Fraser Jr, Elliott BROOD, Manitoba Music, Roveena, Terra Lightfoot, Discogs, Keith Brown, Andrea Morris, and farewell Bruce Murray.

DJ Khaled and Drake  Facebook photo
September 8, 2020
by Kerry Doole

Justin Bieber stars in a video for a hit by DJ Khaled and Drake (pictured), a rooftop concert series comes to The Hammer, and Jann Arden’s hit show returns. Also making news are George Canyon and Aaron Pritchett, HUFF, Dean Brody, Evangeline Gentle, Corb Lund, Half Moon Run, The Rex, Alan Doyle, Melanie Brulée, Kaytranada, The Darcys, URGNT, and farewell Lucille Starr and Gary Peacock.

Uschool students in class  Facebook photo
April 10, 2020
by External Source

The Canadian star joins Melanie Doane and her ukulele students (pictured) in Toronto on a track and video that benefit a great cause in these pandemic days.

Jann Arden
March 18, 2020
by Kerry Doole

Jann Arden (pictured) gets confessional, the Elmo’s opening is delayed, and COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc. Others in the headlines include R Grunwald, Fiona Apple, Tencent, NAC Orchestra, FLOW 93-5, Shania Twain, War Baby, and Dixie Chicks.

March 11, 2020
by Kerry Doole

More presenters for the Junos are announced, Burton and Randy (pictured) add US dates, and Dan Mangan headlines the Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival free concert series. Also in the news are Music Publishers Canada, Pearl Jam, Music March for Music Therapy, Shirley Gnome, Split Enz, Nas, Festival of Beer, Coachella, The Treble, and farewell Keith Olsen and Charlie Baty.

February 5, 2020
by Nick Krewen

In the wake of her Canadian Music Hall of Fame induction, Jann Arden will be releasing a new anthology called Hits & Other Gems on May 1, and embarking on the 19-date Live Nation-promoted cross-Canada tour on May 7.

On set with JANN. Pic: Instagram
January 15, 2020
by David Farrell

Jann Arden, the prolific Alberta-born singer-songwriter, memoirist, satirist, actress and television star, is named Canada’s 57th Canadian Hall of Fame inductee and the 11th woman to receive the honour.

August 21, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Honey Jam (pictured) showcases Canadian female talent, The Offspring and Sum 41 announce a cross-country tour and Calgary's NMC connects with a new Polaris Prize project. Also making news are Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Kiefer Sutherland, Jann Arden, Hunter Hayes, Banff Centre, Hipgnosis Songs Fund, LyricFind, Sam Kirmayer, and farewell Larry Taylor. Video added.

April 24, 2019
by FYI Staff

If you want to talk Canadian culture, Jann Arden has it nailed down.

April 15, 2019
by FYI Staff

The Live Music Industry Awards move from the El Mocambo (pictured), Jann is a legit hit, and The Hunter Brothers score at the SCMAs. Also making news: Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, CMW's Pitch & Get Paid, Halifax Jazz Festival, CFMU, Americana fest, Creative Manitoba, Morrissey, TJFF, Montreal metal, and farewells to Gary Stewart and Paul Raymond.