Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber

May 27, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Justin Bieber (pictured) will play the Junos, The Weeknd and Drake score at the Billboard Music Awards, and an anti-racism pledge for the Canadian music industry. Also making news are Chi Pig, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, CIMA, Music Publishers Canada, Joe Coughlin, Elliott BROOD, Discogs, Reid Zoé, and farewell Kathryn Moses, Frank Wright, James Harman, and Roger Hawkins.

Kardinal Offishall  Facebook photo
April 11, 2021
by Kerry Doole

The Phoenix Concert Theatre hangs tough, Kardinal Offishall (pictured) pays homage to his roots, and Toronto concerts are announced. Others in the headlines include Justin Bieber, The Damn Truth, jooj, Garth Richardson, NFTs, Skratch Bastid, Soundcloud, Larry Mercey, Patreon, Margaret Atwood, Influence Media Partners, Eric Bloom, Merry Clayton, Taylor Swift, Dave Grohl, Prince, Pearl Jam, and Matt Gudinski.

Justin Bieber, Twitter pic.
April 7, 2021
by Karen Bliss

To coincide with the release of his new album, Justice, Justin Bieber is

Justin Bieber  Facebook photo
April 7, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Ontario locks live-streams down again, Justin Bieber (pictured) delivers an Easter surprise, and D.O.A. reflects upon touring life. Others in the headlines include Kim Harris, the ACM Awards, BMG, KKR, Tina Turner, Linda Dawe, dancehall, Anghami, Amoeba Music, Cathal Coughlan, DMX, Paul Simon, Keith Urban, John Lennon, Ryley Walker, Richard Thompson, and Pino Palladino.

Moist
April 5, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Moist (pictured) announce a new album, The Weeknd boards the NFT bandwagon, and Justin Bieber delivers an Easter surprise. Also in the news are Bonsound, Great Lake Swimmers, Soundscapes, Global Music Match, Horseshoe Hootenanny, Dave Gunning and J.P. Cormier, Madison Violet, Chris Murphy, Over the Bridge, Barrie’s Live Music Show, Genevieve Fisher, and François Bourassa.

Justin Bieber, Instagram.
March 29, 2021
by External Source

Justin Bieber and Lana Del Rey have the week's top album debuts; meantime, Morgan Wallen stubbornly remains a success, with his album staying in 2nd place.

Justin Bieber  album graphic
March 22, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Justin Bieber releases a new album (pictured) but runs into legal trouble, Music Canada announces new gold and platinum certifications, and Brett Kissel’s hit now has a video. Others in the news include Just John, Gig Life Pro, Andy Maize and Michael Timmins, Willie Dunn, Small Sins, Teddy Hawkins, Linda Maruta Kronbergs, Holly Cole, and farewell James Levine.

March 7, 2021
by FYI Staff

The following are tracks delivered to radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in Canada and broken down into three categories.

February 15, 2021
by Kerry Doole

The CLMA launches the #ForTheLoveOfLIVE campaign (pictured), Warner Music Canada dumps Matthew Good, and BC Entertainment Hall of Fame inductees are named. Also making news are Folk Unlocked, Laila Biali, Justin Bieber, Winterfolk, Miesha and The Spanks, MusicNL, Swagger Rite and Roy Woods, Haviah Mighty, HRL, and Wavelength, and farewell Denny Christianson, Skippy Snair, Louis Clark, Chick Corea, Rupert Neve, and Russ Thyret.

YouTube screen shot of Justin Bieber.
January 10, 2021
by FYI Staff

The following are tracks delivered to radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in Canada and broken down into three categories.

Justin Bieber  Facebook graphic
January 3, 2021
by Kerry Doole

The Open Waters Festival begins this week, Justin Bieber (pictured) goes tats-less in his new video, and Tenille Arts wins for best Saskatchewan album. Also in the news are Indigenous Music,  the Bovine Sex Club, Music PEI Awards, David Browning, and farewell to Gerry Marsden, MF DOOM, Claude Bolling, and Alto Reed.

Catherine MacLellan  Photo: Dave Brosha
December 28, 2020
by Kerry Doole

The nominees list for the 2021 Music PEI Awards is headed by Catherine MacLellan (pictured), Justin Bieber performs on New Year’s Eve, and Harmonium quickly goes gold. Also in the news are Jani Lauzon, Canadian Music Week, Side Door Access, MusicNL, Tara Jamieson, Markham Jazz Festival, The Drake, Odario Williams, Cherry Cola’s, Gum Country, and Tim Edey.