Murray McLauchlan

Murray McLauchlan

Murray McLauchlan Website photo
August 9, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Veteran troubadour Murray McLauchlan (pictured) reflects, The Weeknd delivers another winner, and the creative flexibility of Ralph. Also in the headlines are Michie Mee, dead celebs, Toronto venues, Dayna Manning, The Pumps, Regina Folk Festival, Dee Lippingwell, Martha Wainwright, Live Nation, HYBE, Rihanna, Blue Oyster Cult, and Lollapalooza.

July 8, 2021
by Bill King

On July 9, the much decorated veteran folk songsmith releases his 20th album, Hourglass. Learn more about it in this FYI podcast.

Murray McLauchlan website photo
October 19, 2020
by David Farrell

Earlier today I suggested that the iconic Canadian singer-songwriter had perhaps been coasting these past few years, but the release of a new s

October 19, 2018
by Kerry Doole

A playlist for potheads, Classified is curious about cannabis promotion, and Eminem shows a sense of humour. Others in the headlines include Troye Sivan, Art d'Ecco, Murray McLauchlan, consumer tech spending, Spotify, MMA, Sony's blockchain, Grammy picks, Drake, Elle King, K-pop, Kanye West, Disturbed, and Avril Lavigne.

June 4, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Casting has begun for the second season of The Launch, Trent Severn attracts stars to a Toronto show, and Drake is urged to stand down on his feud with Pusha-T. Those also making news include MusiCares, Canadian Blast in Australia, Danielle Bourjeaurd, Upper Canada Choristers, Kalle Mattson, Pierre-Philippe Côté, Murray McLauchlan, Kris the $pirit, and a farewell to Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater. Videos added for your enjoyment.

Sisters Tegan and Sara. Photo: Pamela Littky
March 8, 2018
by FYI Staff

The pop duo receives the National Arts Centre Award and the veteran songsmith joins Angela Hewitt in being honoured with a lifetime artistic achievement award. All will be celebrated at an Ottawa gala on June 2.

November 26, 2017
by External Source

Making albums was once a pathway to success, but today the process is more about the love of the craft than making a buck. It's sad but true, and nothin' but nothin's gonna change that fact.