Sorrey lead the pack at the 2020 Music PEI Awards, Whitehorse (pictured) was amongst those celebrating the life of Jon Box, and Corb Lund announces a new album and tour. Also in the news are Tenille Townes, Junofest, G-Eazy, MMF Canada, Cheapies, Elton John, Chin Injeti, Noah Reid, and farewell John Burke.
Bayla (pictured) wins a Canada’s Walk of Fame contest, The Weeknd has a legal setback, and Junofest submissions open. Also in the news are the Manitoba Country Music Awards, Fleetwood Mac, Rob Bowman, Joel Plaskett, Lemon Bucket Orkestra, Jackie Washington, Young Spirit, and Saskatchewan Music Awards. With video.
The two-day event in London, ON, March 15 and 16, features over 100 artists in a wide range of genres, including some Juno Award winners. Pictured: Prog rock veterans Voivod.
Andy Kim's fun-filled Xmas fundraiser returns (pictured), and submissions are now open for Junofest. Also in the news are Schmoozefest, After The Storm, Music PEI, Triumph, indie101, This Ain't Hollywood, Liam Russell, Jim Cuddy Band, France Joli, Folly and the Hunter, Audra Santa, ole, and Scott Stevens. Videos added for your enjoyment.
The artist development program provides three emerging Canadian artists with a suite of tools necessary to enhance their careers.
From Jim Cuddy, Whitehorse and Terra Lightfoot to Maestro Fresh Wes, Jan Lisiecki, and Kellylee Evans, the lineup for the two-day fest is both impressive and eclectic. At $30, a wristband to catch all the action is a serious bargain.