Matt Mays

Matt Mays

Triumph   band website photo
December 16, 2019
by Kerry Doole

The accolades flow for Triumph (pictured), Blowup turns 25, and a new song from Grimes. Others in the headlines include Tencent, Leonard Cohen, Matt Mays, Drake, green tours, Boney M, Taylor Swift, Billboard, music royalties, The Clash, Rod Stewart, Dr. Dre, CMJ, and Carol Kaye.

Rufus Wainwright, Facebook image
October 18, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Rufus Wainwright (pictured) lands a new record deal, pot plants get musical for the first time, and (Sandy) Alex G  covers Shania. Also in the news are Ronley Teper, We Were Sharks,  Anthem Entertainment, Diane Roblin, Matt Mays, London Music Census, and Canal Bank Shuffle. With video.

Rachel Beck
November 21, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Rachel Beck (pictured) heads nominees for the 2019 Music PEI Awards, Matt Mays gets intimate, and Taylor Swift signs to UMG. Also making news are Derek Andrews, Terra Lightfoot, the Junos, Barra MacNeils, CMTTF, Michael Buble, Sue Foley, Jason Aldean, Alan Cross, and farewell to Eddie Reeves and Scott English. Videos added for your enjoyment.

Vito and Don Ierullo and Greg Malta pose at the May 11 birthday bash.
May 30, 2018
by FYI Staff

Don Ierullo turns 70 in style, Drake returns to No. 1, and a BMG reunion is planned. Also in the news are SOCAN, Canadian Music Publishers Association, Matt Mays, Willie Nelson, Edmonton Blues Hall of Fame, Toronto Jazz Orchestra, Jennie Laws, TBS, Brave Shores, Andy Kim, The Ault Sisters, Animal Parts, The Tenors, Andre Rieu, Cutting Crew and Wang Chung, and a farewell to Stewart Lupton.

Apple's Tim Cook and Daniel Caesar at Revolution Recording in Toronto earlier this week
January 24, 2018
by FYI Staff

Apple CEO Tim Cook meets Daniel Caesar in Toronto, Drake delivers two new tracks, and Matt Mays headlines Massey Hall. Also making news are Allison Brock, Band Of Rascals, JJ Lin, Waterfront Fire, Jessica Mitchell, Johnny Reid, Matt Zimbel, Terra Lightfoot, Graffiti's, and a farewell to Lari White and Hugh Masekela.

Matt Mays
September 8, 2017
by Kerry Doole

It has been five long years between albums for the Maritimes rock hero, but this advance cut from his upcoming sixth album shows he hasn't lost a step.