Outdoor concerts and performing arts shows are reopening in Ontario, a tribute to Tafelmusik’s Jeanne Lamon (pictured), and news about Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart. Also in the headlines are Cirque de Soleil, Elton John, the Grammys, Backxwash, Siobhan Williams, Blue Frog Studios, radio royalties, Zoom, Snap, Philly soul, Britney Spears, and Peter Jackson.
A rave review for The Weather Station (pictured), a new memoir from Greg Godovitz, and Chris Houston’s partnership with Michael Fonfara. Also in the headlines are Neil Peart, podcasts, Mozart, Neil Young, Morgan Wallen, Marilyn Manson, Sony Music, Kobalt, WMG, Hipgnosis, Clubhouse, Eric Church, Trackd, Dolly Parton, Kris Kristofferson, Tony Bennett, Dusty Springfield, and Cheap Trick.
Celine Dion reschedules North American dates, a tribute to Neil Peart, and London Music Week is under way. Also in the news are Joni Mitchell, the Cobalt Prize, Ann Vriend, Buildings and Food, Johnny Orlando, CIMA, X Avant XV, Country Connections Live, Big Screen Harvest Party, and farewell Toots Hibbert (pictured).
Neil Peart (pictured) is to be honoured by a hometown pavilion, Amplify BC returns to boost the province’s music industry, and Dean Brody rides high with a new single. Also in the news are Alex Lifeson, Festival of Fathers, Bandcamp, Mint Records, Half Moon Run, Michael Kaeshammer, Hamilton Arts Week, TBS, Q107, and farewell Eddie Colero, Claude Heater, Rupert Hine, and Steve Priest.
The Prism Prize Top 20 list is announced, Gord Bamford (pictured) signs to Anthem, and a hometown tribute to Neil Peart is set. Also in the news are Thundermug, The Wheat Sheaf, D.O.A., Alexina Louie, Florent Vollant, Lindy Vopnfjord, Busty and the Bass, TBS, the RBCxMusic Concert Series, and farewell David Roback.
His imaginative lyrics and symphony of sound created on the drum stand captured audiences the world over. We have sifted through the 11M-plus references turned up in a Google News search to bring you links to a noteworthy ten.
For a period in time drummers Neil Peart and Gil Moore in their respectively celebrated Canadian power-rock trios, Rush and Triumph, went toe-t
Drummer Marty Morin first made his mark as a drummer in Canadian power-rock trio Goddo, toured for a brief time with Klaatu, and in recent year