Hollerado (pictured) goes out in grand style, Royal Mountain signs Shady Nasty, and Billie Eilish dominates LyricFind. Others in the news include Jennah Barry, The Julian Taylor Band, Killboys, CIMA, Maestro Fresh Wes, James Bryan, Josie Dye, and farewell Marie Fredriksson.
Alanis Morissette set to tour Jagged Little Pill (pictured), Six Shooter shutters Interstellar Rodeo, and the return of Sarah Harmer. Also making news are the Apple Music Awards, Genius, LyricFind, Winterruption YEG, Walk Off the Earth, and farewells to Joe Smith and Greedy Smith.
The takeover of Big Machine Label Group by Ithaca Holdings LLC., a media holding company, led by SB Projects founder and artist ma
Canadian company LyricFind has opened offices in Morocco and Vietnam.
Indie rock favourite Hollerado (pictured) is calling it a day, NXNE dates are set, and the Junos showcase art in London. Also in the news are Matt Andersen, Kim Clarke Champniss, IDMA, Zaki Ibrahim, Ron Sexsmith, Kyp Harness, Phil Nimmons, LyricFind, Jack Pine and The Fire, Amanda Rheaume, and farewell Kofi Burbridge. Videos added for your enjoyment.
The Toronto-based lyric licensing platform has signed a blanket deal for 38 African markets with the South African mechanical rights organization. CEO Darryl Ballantyne (pictured) explains the partnership.
The Reklaws (pictured) announce a headlining tour, the Taverne Tour fest sports a strong lineup, and Tom Cochrane boosts Halifax's CFL bid. Others making news include Bruce Springsteen, Creative Manitoba, LyricFind, Taylor Swift, Unity Charity, Allan Rayman, 21C fest, Music Nova Scotia, the Niagara Jazz Festival, The Del Fi's, Buddy Guy, Friar’s Music Museum, Music PEI, ECMA, and farewell Pete Shelley.
Darryl Ballantyne, the man behind LyricFind, the global leader in lyrics licensing, has now spearheaded a new venture that places your favourite lines on T-shirts, shower curtains, mugs and more. He explains his approach in this interview.