The Juno Awards are postponed to June 6, Fraser MacKenzie (pictured) is promoted at UMC, BreakOut West festival and conference details are announced, and more summer festivals are covid casualties. Also in the news are The Weeknd, the ECMAs, Earth Day, Alex Henry Foster, Michael Perlmutter, Toronto’s Royal Conservatory and Koerner Hall, Honey Jam Sessions, MNB Awards, Downtown Yonge BIA, Cathy Young, Something Else, André Ethier, APA, and the Betty Webster Award.
This week's profiled Juno nominee is Attlas, a contender in the Electronic Album of the year category.
From now until the 2021 Juno Awards are presented on May 16, we will offer this weekly column to help you get to know some of the nominees in a
From now until the 2021 Juno Awards are presented on May 16, we will offer this weekly column to help you get to know some of the nominees in all categories a little better. Here's a look at a Hamilton metal duo.
A diverse and well-curated group of nominees participated in a two hour session of Zoom interviews last week. Their fascinating observations revealed the deep impact the pandemic lockdown has had on their art and their approaches to it.
From now until the 2021 Juno Awards are presented on May 16, we will offer this weekly column to help you get to find out more about a few of t
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has announced that The Tragically Hip will be honoured with the Humanitarian Award, presented b
This year's 50th-anniversary edition of the Juno Awards starts pumping up the hype and anticipation today with the announcement th
The 50th annual Juno Awards is to be staged in Toronto in May. The CARAS team under Allan Reid released some detail about the gold anniversary event in an online media event on Tuesday morning.
Nav (pictured) delivers a new mixtape tomorrow, a Stones exhibit will roll into Kitchener, and Radio Starmaker launches a new program. Also in the news are AmericanaFest UK, Music PEI, CMW's Virtual Voices, Mariposa, CIMA, Tom Wilson, Tucker Lane, Universal Honey, Brayden Alexander, Mario Romano, Al Qahwa Ensemble, Sacha, and farewell Peter Erdmann and Baron Wolman.
“It’s been an interesting few months, to say the least.”
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.