Jerry Leger

Jerry Leger

Charlotte Day Wilson  Facebook photo
March 27, 2022
by Kerry Doole

Charlotte Day Wilson (pictured) will perform at  the Juno Songwriters Circle, the Stones will release Live At The El Mocambo in May, and Roberto Occhipinti launches The Next Step. Others in the news include Tami Neilson, Banx & Ranx, Art d‘Ecco, Jerry Leger, Shaela Miller, Charlotte Cornfield, Aviv, Theo Tams, Maria Muldaur, Heavyweights Brass Band, Danny Michel, and farewell Jeff Carson and Taylor Hawkins.

Yonge St.  Artist rendering by Norm Li
January 25, 2021
by Kerry Doole

YongeTOmorrow aims to reimagine Yonge Street (pictured), South African Music Week has a strong Canadian presence, and Bandzoogle merch helps Unison. Also in the news are Drake, Be Kind Festival, SOCAN Foundation, Saskatchewan Music Awards, Ralph Alfonso, Kaytranada, Jerry Leger, Bob Rock, LB SPIFFY, Markham Jazz Festival, and farewell James Purify and Jimmie Rodgers.

Jerry Leger and Don Stevenson  Photo: Laura Proctor
August 10, 2020
by Kerry Doole

Two acclaimed roots rockers team up on a melancholy track featuring sweet vocal harmonies.

Jerry Leger   Photo: LP Photographs
March 23, 2020
by FYI Staff

Jerry Leger (pictured) is amongst the Toronto artists harmed by COVID-19, online concerts multiply, and the Calgary Philharmonic lays off the entire orchestra. Also in the headlines are Paradigm, Rihanna, Aerosmith, Stratford, SXSW, Ben Gibbard, John Loeffler, Tony Allen, Elvis, and Toots and The Maytals.

 Justin Bieber Facebook photo
December 2, 2019
by FYI Staff

Scooter Braun hints at new music from Justin Bieber (pictured), Gowan discusses Styx, and the Women's Blues Revue is a hit. Also in the news are Rosemary Siemens, Tones and I, Kurt Swinghammer, Creative BC, Jerry Leger, Lindy Vopnfjord, Genevieve Marentette, Don Francks, and farewell Irving Burgie.

Photo: LP Photographs
November 6, 2019
by Jason Schneider

The prolific roots troubadour discusses the making of new album Time Out For Tomorrow, his best touring stories, fond early musical memories, and his public performance debut.

April 2, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Arcade Fire complains about the misunderstanding of their satire, and soul diva Sade makes a welcome return. Others in the headlines include Tami Neilson, Spin, Lorde, Lil Peep, Handsome Dick Manitoba, Annie Lennox, Kacey Musgraves, Jerry Leger, grebo, and Superorganism.

Geddy Lee
March 23, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Celebrity presenters at The Junos will include Geddy Lee, the Polaris Music Prize announces its key dates, and Jessica Mitchell releases new material. Those also making news include CIMA, Coastal Jazz, Roger Daltrey, Patrik, Jerry Leger, Jess Moskaluke, Common Deer, Les Poules a Colin, and a farewell to Jason Buie and Paul Cram. Videos added for your enjoyment.