Kathleen Edwards

Kathleen Edwards

The Weeknd   Facebook graphic
November 15, 2020
by Kerry Doole

The Weeknd (pictured) is set to play the Super Bowl halftime show next year, Johnny Orlando wins a  MTV Europe Music Award, and Justin Bieber gets festive for Amazon Music. Others in the news include Kathleen Edwards, CIMA, Crown Lands, FACTOR, &C Record Club, Grimes, Dan Fortin, Tami Neilson, Sheenah Ko, and farewell Des O’Connor and Doug Supernaw.

Kathleen Edwards' album jacket artwork
August 24, 2020
by FYI Staff

Pop Smoke’s Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon returns to No.

The Dead South  Facebook photo
August 13, 2020
by Kerry Doole

The Dead South (pictured) celebrates a major milestone, the Jim Beam National Talent Search goes virtual, and CMAO resets its performance series. Also making news are Lindsay Ell, Oh Susanna, Kathleen Edwards, Jay Douglas, Bryce Clifford, Metallica, Mississauga Music Walk of Fame, Patti Jannetta, The Weeknd, Adrian Sutherland, NOW, The Georgia Straight, MMF, Southern Supper, Regina Folk Festival, Samantha Martin, and farewell Trini Lopez.

Kathleen Edwards expresses Total Freedom photo: Remi Theriault
August 12, 2020
by Nick Krewen

Eight years after she released her Voyageur album, Ottawa singer and songwriter Kathleen Edwards is back.

Kathleen Edwards  Facebook photo
August 9, 2020
by FYI Staff

Kathleen Edwards (pictured)  returns to the fray, Merck Mercuriadis assesses the value of songs, and four recommended music docs. Others in the headlines include Nap Eyes, Fast Romantics, Paul Reddick, Global Toronto, Tegan and Sara, TikTok, Live Nation, Simon Fuller, Roc Nation, the Go-Go’s, Midnight Oil, Prince, Perry Farrell, Garth Brooks, protest songs, and Beyoncé.

May 20, 2020
by Kerry Doole

The acclaimed roots rocker’s welcome return features her signature clear vocals, ringing guitar, and a reflective outlook.

Kathleen Edwards  Facebook photo
November 6, 2019
by FYI Staff

Kathleen Edwards (pictured) makes a comeback, D.O.A. makes history, and Radiohead makes a plea. Others in the headlines include Neil Young, Alestorm, Baby Shark, Spinal Tap, funk, Jeff Lynne, Apple Music, Iggy Pop, Trent Reznor, MTN Nigeria, Ernest Hood, and Playfre.