Elton John (pictured) is loyal to his label, Paul Simon's swansong tour ends, and SiriusXM acquires Pandora. Also in the headlines are Neil Young, Spotify, Brodie West, MMA, 6lack, Kitty & The Rooster, “Joe Joe” Hoo Kim, Dr. Dre, Fred Eaglesmith, Grossman's Tavern, and Mandy Morris.
The third Kensington Market Jazz Festival starts today, Supercrawl (pictured) rocks Hamilton this weekend, and Jimmy Buffett goes to pot. Also in the news are Bob Moses, Voivod, The Reklaws, Matador Ballroom, Project Wild, Luminato, Kids Music Day, Tom Waits, Paul Simon, Creative Manitoba, Keith Richards, 604 Records, and a farewell to Rachid Taha. Videos added for your enjoyment.
Photos of T.O. hip-hop scene, EMI Publishing, Lyor Cohen, YouTube, and Paul Simon's farewell in Vancouver. Also in the headlines are Betty Davis, music videos, Jessie Reyez, Donald Whitton, The Last Poets, Ma Rainey, Rita Ora, and Blessed.
Fleetwood Mac's new guitar team at work, Jessica Mitchell opens up, and a ranking of all the artists in the Rock Hall of Fame. Also in the headlines are Feist, R Kelly, Grimes, Jay-Z, Ticketmaster, CMW, Paul Shaffer, Guns N' Roses, Paul Simon, music downloads, and the Canadian Opera Company.
Arkells, Death From Above synced in Super Bowl, quadruple Juno nominee Jessie Reyez (pictured) set to perform on the show, along with Hedley and Daniel Caesar. Also making the news are CMW Awards, Whitehorse, Erin Costelo, Paul Simon, Sasquatch! Festival, C'est What, With Love, Shy Kids, and Chromeo. Videos included for your enjoyment.
Paul Shaffer returns to host the Live Music Industry Awards at CMW, and CIMA will showcase at New Skool Rules. Those also in today's news include Mark Sakamoto, Paul Simon, Dan Davidson, Northern Beat, Peter Kater, The National, Hagersville Rocks, Robi Botos and Michael Wrycraft.