In today's summary of headlines, Warner Music Canada exec Steve Coady (pictured with Brett Kissel) reflects on his career that started off in the Maritimes where his values were hewn in the bedrock of Atlantic Canada.
Country-rocker Cory Marks (pictured) signs a US deal, new Leonard Cohen material is on the way, and Music NL announces its Export Buyers Program lineup. Also making news are the Rolling Stones, Barbra Streisand, Saskatchewan Music Awards, Manitoba Music, Colyn Cameron, Lazy Ways, ECMA NYE bash, Music PEI Awards, Danger Grove and Awards. Videos added for your enjoyment.
Drake's beef with Pusha T escalates, Grammy chief under fire, and a look at Stones producer Jimmy Miller. Also in the headlines are Amazon, Kpop, SOCAN, Jennifer Castle, Shawn Mendes, Sherry Ryan, Big Shiny Tunes, Stratford musicals, Wynton Marsalis, and Great Escape.
Neko Case survives adversity, Taylor Swift battles scalpers, and Teenage Head gets a hometown honour. Also in the headlines are Spotify, Sony/ATV, Kardinal Offishall, Serge Fiori, Tanya Tagaq, Jennifer Castle, Ed Sheeran, the Stones, Amuse, Slayer, Rich Aucoin, Moogfest, Aaron Allen, Baptists, and Bush Tetras.
Hedley going on hiatus, the budget gets mixed reviews, Lights lights up Houston, Quincy apologizes, books to read, Elise LeGrow finds fandom in Paris, and Sarah Slean joins a Joni tribute – plus a whole lot more in the weekend read.
Neil Diamond leaves the tour road behind and a look into the chaos behind Exile On Main Street. Those also in the headlines today include Bob Dylan, A Tribe Called Red, Stanley Booth, Rigoletto, Justin Timberlake, female producers, and The Balconies.
Those making headlines today include Keith Richards, soft rock, Gord Downie, Sex Pistols, The BBC, Prince, Bootsy Collins, Jenny Mitchell, U.S. Girls, Halloween, Depeche Mode, Corb Lund, City Opera Vancouver, and Taylor Swift.
A fascination of headlines about the music biz and those who populate it.
Before the Rolling Stones bounced back they were withering from drug abuse, as the accompanying 1971 live performance video of "(Send Me) Dead Flowers" shows in the extreme. Mick Taylor is in the line-up at the Marquee Club in London