eOne signs Canadian country star Jason Blaine (pictured), CIMA launches a COVID-19 survey, and Neil Young turns to live streaming. Others in the news include Project WILD, Music Alberta, Kristen Olson, Bob Ezrin, Deep Purple, and The Sadies.
The extraordinary story of Storry (pictured), Facebook gets musical, and the Junos get delicious. Also in the headlines are Bobby Breeze, P-2 visas, violence in hip-hop, Allie X, Quique Escamilla, Dean Brody, new venues, Post Malone, Berlin clubs, Neil Young, Son Little, and Britney.
Canadian composer Jocelyn Morlock (pictured) creates an inspirational piece, Kevin Hearn probes an art fraud, and Vegas loves Shania. Others in the headlines include Destroyer, Neil Young, Ben Caplan, Juno noms, a streaming revolt, the Grateful Dead, Boston Symphony, Huey Lewis, MIA, Finneas O'Connell, Andy Gill, and Elon Musk.
SOCAN members (pictured) and Grammy Award nominees party in LA, Gordon Lightfoot goes solo on a new album, and Neil Young gets his US citizenship. Others in the news include Joel Plaskett, the Up Sh*t Creek fundraiser, Mariposa, Burlington PAC, Music BC, Matt Zaddy, Folk on the Rocks, and farewell Norm Amadio and Ken Pernokis.
The limited edition apparel line supports two causes close to the heart of the rock legend.
Oscar Peterson (pictured) and D.O.A. earn the Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize designation, ren signs to Geffen, and Johnny Orlando and Shawn Mendes earn EMAs. Also making news are CMTF, Bill King, SATE, Brad Machry, Neil Young, Indie Week, Gord Bamford, Aphrose, Hilario Duran, and farewell Kelley Looney. With video.
Kathleen Edwards (pictured) makes a comeback, D.O.A. makes history, and Radiohead makes a plea. Others in the headlines include Neil Young, Alestorm, Baby Shark, Spinal Tap, funk, Jeff Lynne, Apple Music, Iggy Pop, Trent Reznor, MTN Nigeria, Ernest Hood, and Playfre.
Shawn Mendes (pictured) and Drake earn multiple AMA noms, Neil Young set to become American, and Eurythmics to reunite for Sting. Also in the news: Indie Week, Reykjavik Calling, CIMA, Prairie Sound Records, Edmonton Music Prize, and farewell Paul Barrere and Ted Triebner. With video.
An archive of Toronto concert flyers is published (pictured), Neil Young talks about his new album and film, and Chuck D is honoured. Others in the headlines include Elton John, Amazon, Drake, Black Mastiff, Haviah Mighty, Triller, Max Martin, Stop Making Sense, Kanye, Tool, and Prince.
Neil Young is on a lonely crusade, Bryan Adams teases new music, and Nettwerk’s Terry McBride (pictured) talks content quotas. Others in the headlines include the Edmonton Folk Festival, Devours, Tom Macdonald, HMV, Spotify, Bruce Springsteen, Woodstock 50, Katy Perry, Blockchain, RIAA, Slayer, Q&A, Elvis, Shaggy, $not, and earbuds.
Toronto's Danforth Music Hall (pictured) turns 100, Drakes new tat arouses ire, and a brace of Woodstock stories. Others in the headlines include Neil Young, A Tribe Called Red, ASAP Rocky, Peaches, Taylor Swift, Mick Jagger, Jay-Z, Tencent, music films, Yola Día, Lil Nas X, HMV, Red Kross, and Peter Murphy.
A profile of hitmaker Frank Dukes (pictured), the fallout from Roxodus, and Damhnait Doyle advocates for sober musicians. Others in the headlines include PUP, Kelis, Adam Lambert, Orville Peck, Nico, The Clash, Céline Dion, k.d. lang, Ed Sheeran, Sandy Denny, Thom Yorke, Carly Rae Jepsen, Kylie Minogue, Sharon Osbourne, Drake, and Nicki Minaj.