The Vancouver dance music DJ and producer is up for two Junos this weekend and is the house DJ for the awards broadcast. In this interview, he discusses that honour, his upcoming album, and the joys of playing in Kenya.
New names added include Diana Krall, Shawn Hook, Felix Cartal, and The Jerry Cans, and it is confirmed that Steven Page will perform with his former Barenaked Ladies comrades on the big March 25 broadcast.
When Canuck media superstar Denise Donlon accepts the Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award in Vancouver next month during the Juno Awards festivities, there will be widespread (probably universal) acknowledgement that this one hit the bullseye.
Expect tears to flow at the broadcast from Vancouver on March 25 when the two stars pay tribute to their good friend Gord.
Every year we’ve looked to try to highlight opportunities for artists across all spectrums as far as the awards are concerned.
One of the most exciting live bands around, the Montreal ensemble is a front-runner at this year's annual and has an impressive list of nominations and wins in its history.
The media is barking up the wrong tree as fans continue to stand by their band. The verdict is until proven guilty this is a tour that is on a roll and thrilling fans.
The allegations first became public on Monday after a Twitter user who goes by the name of @_cndnpsycho began sharing screenshots of conversations with anonymous people who allege they are victims.
The Montreal art-rockers and the fast-rising Toronto singer lead with four nods apiece, closely followed by Arkells, Gord Downie, Hedley and Ruth B. We interviewed some of the nominees for their reactions.
For the first time ever, the Ontario city with a rich musical history gets to host Canada's premier music awards show. Juno Week 2019 runs March 11-17.
The maverick broadcaster and former music industry executive is to be celebrated in Vancouver at a March 24 gala the evening before the Juno Awards. Expect a royal court of well-wishers to tipple and offer tributes to a gal whose first taste of the high-life was road-managing the Headpins.
A trailblazer in the music and broadcast industries, Slaight's name has now become synonymous as an agent of change through multi-million dollar donations benefitting distressed communities at home and abroad, as well as creating opportunities for Canada's musicians.