In the final instalment of our four-part series on HoF inductees, we talk to guitarist and producer Michael Timmins about the group's long career, his approach to recording, the halcyon days of Toronto's club scene, and his ongoing love of vinyl.
The Toronto singer/songwriter has impressed both solo and as one half of Scarlett Jane. Her new album is an homage to Leonard Cohen, and here she discusses her love of his work and her use of heartbreak as creative fuel.
The Toronto singer/songwriter collaborated with Cowboy Junkies co-founder Michael Timmins on a poetic new album coming out today. Here he describes the making of the record, reminisces about Foghat, and explains his beef with streaming.
The leader of the Toronto folk-rock veterans discusses the group's first album in six years, their influence on younger artists, and a wish that the US made touring there easier.
The fertile underground music scene of Toronto in the '80s is the focus of a new project from the publishing company. CCS is looking to unearth more gems from the period.