Canadian country music legend Hal Willis passed away September 4th, in hospital in Nashville, TN. He was 82.
Championed by The Beatles, managed by Brian Epstein, and signed to Parlophone Records by George Martin, Cilla Black died August 1st. She was 72.
Veteran Vancouver broadcaster Gordon Rose, dead at age 90.
British jazz pianist John Taylor died suddenly Friday night while performing in Stephane Kerecki's band, after suffering a heart attack while performing at the Saveurs Jazz Festival in Segré, France
Described as one of the great operatic tenors of the 20th century, Saskatchewan native Jonathan Stewart Vickers has died on Saturday, July 11th at the age of 88, London's Royal Opera House announced via his family.
Chris Squire — the c o-founder of the prog rock group Yes whose bass playing moulded their unique sound — died Saturday night at his home in Arizona (June 27). He was 67 years old.
One of Canada's oldest living radio veterans passed away at age 93 on Sunday night in Kamloops.
63 year-old entertainment czar is credited with having launched the careers of some of Quebec's biggest stars.
Friends and associates traveled from far and wide to attend a remembrance on Sunday. His legacy of kindness endures.
Orchestra leader and instrumentalist recorded nearly 200 albums and sold over 100-million copies.
Archie Alleyne, the much-loved senior figure on Toronto's jazz scene, died Monday. He was 81.