Jazz star Ranee Lee (pictured) launches her debut art exhibition, The Weeknd wins a BET Award, and Boris Brott is honoured by Hamilton. Also in the news are the Forest City London Music Awards, Harvest Home Festival, Nick Nurse, TBS Talent Search, Festival of Friends, Searchlight, Chad Price, Women in the Studio National Accelerator, Mundial Montreal, OHSOTO’KINO Music Incubator, Mauvey, Ori Dagan, Julian Taylor, The Heavyweights Brass Band, The Kliffs, and Big Rude Jake.
Included in the CARAS mandate is promoting diversity, equity, inclusion and combating r
Indie rockers The Elwins (pictured) are breaking up, Block Heater returns to Calgary, and Winterfolk will proceed virtually. Also in the news are The HP’s, SOCAN Foundation, Her Music Awards, Haviah Mighty, Juno noms, Julian Taylor, SaskMusic, Church of Trees, CMW, and farewell Bob Yeomans and Dick Halligan.
Local hero Julian Taylor has reconnected with Warner Music Canada after two decades with the signing of a creative distribution deal that enables h
The charismatic multi-genre musician appears to be on the cusp of newfound success with songs that are autobiographical and aspirational and flavoured with a musical potpourri that helped shape his heroic roots.
Black Out Tuesday arrives tomorrow, Selina Martin (pictured) spearheads #BuyMusicFriday, and Dean Brody gets his own beer. Also making news are Gord Downie, the Allan Slaight Juno Master Class, Juno TV, Björn Ulvaeus, CISAC, Julian Taylor, Orville Peck, Together We’re Strong, The Damn Truth, and The Perms.
Unlike some artists who have pushed their spring and summer album releases to later this year, Toronto singer/songwriter Julian Taylor has gone in
A star in Asia, the soulful Singaporean singer now resides in the northern town of Toronto. Aided by an ace local cast, she puts a fresh spin on The Dream Academy hit, and Unison benefits from the project.
Shania Twain shone in the snow with her half-time show at a memorable Grey Cup in Ottawa last night. Also in the news is a US startup, United Masters, out to take on the major labels, and we farewell Patrick Bourgeois, John Francis Coates Jr, and Tommy Keene.