Alessia Cara (pictured) performs at the CSHF Gala and is joining the Mississauga Music Walk of Fame, Canadian Country Music Week announces lineups, and Drake keeps breaking records. Also in the news are Olivia Rodrigo, Alanis Morissette, POP Montreal, Muskoka Music Festival, Havelock Country Jamboree, Canadian Heritage, Oscar Peterson, Contact East, NSMW Bursary, Rush, bbno$, Julian Taylor, Sloan, Universal Honey, and Silverstein.
After a 50-year career, Bruce Cockburn is still going strong, Drake’s Grammy snub reflects the times, and Colter Wall turns down a big name. Others in the headlines include Andy Kim, the Beatles, Jason Blaine, Neil Young, ARC Ensemble, UMG, Michael Nesmith, Thundercat, Geoffrey Himes, Vicente Fernández, and Slim 400.
Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever debuts at No.
Faith, Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album, debuts at No.
Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour holds at No.
Ontario looks at reopening music venues, a profile of Mother Mother (pictured), and new ticket-buying rules in BC. Also in the headlines are RSD, Shaela Miller, Sunfest, Mission Folk Music Festival, Tom Werman, Olivia Rodrigo, Justin Bieber, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the Velvet Underground, Queen, Marilyn Manson, Adam Driver, and Jakob Dylan.
In a very quiet week for new releases, Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour remains No.
Following last week when four new releases entered the top ten, it is a light week for new entries.
Despite major competition with four new albums debut in the top ten this week, American cross-over actress Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour remains