Kitchener’s integrated music entertainment company RGK Entertainment straddles the border with offices in Toronto and Nashville.
An appearance on the hit network TV show is paying huge dividends for the Canadian country star, with a big assist from Lady Antebellum. We get the lowdown from her manager, Ron Kitchener.
Getting a slot on the Canadian star's current national tour is a great opportunity for the siblings from Saskatchewan (pictured). Manager Ron Kitchener explains they're making the most of it.
Ron Kitchener began his RGK Entertainment Group a quarter century ago to help manage the careers of up-and-coming Canadian acts, primarily in the c
The 2x Juno winner with 16 CCMA awards and 22 Top 10 hits in his hip pocket is heading out on a 35-show acoustic, low-fi tour that focuses on the stories behind some of his more poignant songs.
The 15-year anniversary milestone is notably marked with an impressive archive of more than 100 Top 10 hits over the years.
The 4th annual CIMA Celebration & Awards gala proved to be wildly successful, attracting a top-tier list of music biz entrepreneurs to the Phoenix Concert Theatre on June 11 where five of their own were recognized.
These five Saskatchewan siblings were raised on farming, hockey and music. The latter is now their focus, as J.J. and Ty Hunter explain in this interview.
After warming up for Dean Brody on Toronto's Budweiser Stage last week, double CCMA nominee Tim Hicks is ready for his own cross-Canada arena tour.
It was a big night for Ron Kitchener's RKG Entertainment team last night as star act Dean Brody headlined at the 16,000 seat amphitheatre in Toronto.
The closure affects a wide swath of Canadian acts, from the aforementioned Nickelback to Marianas Trench, Skydiggers, Bahamas, 54:40, Billy Talent, City and Colour, Alexisonfire, Sam Roberts Band, Doc Walker, Trailer Park Boys, and Walk Off The Earth.