The biggest passion of the Manager of Artists Development & Music Repertoire at Slaight Music is helping artists fully realize their vision. In this far-reaching interview, Ali discusses that role, her early experience as a recording artist, a life-changing education at Berklee College of Music, and growing up in a famed music business family.
A star-studded cast of Ontario's top country artists will perform at a new looking live-version of the Awards in London on Oct. 4 with (picture) Jason McCoy hosting. The event is presented by Slaight Music with support from Ontario Creates.
After fronting Toronto rock bands, this popular Canadian music veteran switched to the business side, first in A&R, then marketing and promotion. Through stints at WEA and BMG, in both Toronto and NYC, he boosted the careers of dozens of acts, and he now continues that role at Slaight Music. Read more in Bill King’s profile.
A group of groundbreaking Canadians who have had a profound impact on the music video industry have already been named Award winners this week. The Grand Prize and Audience Award will be handed out at the virtual ceremony tonight.
The NYC-based music company has partnered with Slaight Music to become the global administrator of the latter’s diverse catalog of 800+ copyrights. The deal includes hit songs recorded by Lady A, Celine Dion, and Trisha Yearwood.
"Derrick Ross is a music man to the core. We've had a great run together building Slaight Music.
In support of the Facebook-National Arts Centre's Fund for Performing Artists, Slaight Music is adding $100K to the relief fund.
The winner of Slaight Music’s prestigious songwriting and artist development competition has been crowned. Worth over $100K, the prize includes recording, distribution, radio promo, publicity, and marketing support via 2019 label partner Black Box Music.
This year's four recipients (pictured) will take part in a customized week-long program hosted by Canada's Music Incubator at Coalition Music, receiving crucial tools to help them become Juno ready.
The six graduates of the 2018 program (pictured here with Lesley Barber and Derrick Ross) at the Canadian Film Centre took centre stage in Toronto on Monday night.
Canada’s premiere songwriting and artist development competition returns, with submissions now being accepted. The grand prize, valued at $100K, was won last year by Moscow Apartment (pictured).
The BC video and film director (pictured) took home the $15K Grand Prize in Toronto last night for his provocative clip for Belle Game's Low. Other winners were Johnny Jansen, Soleil Denault, Clairmont The Second, and Lacey Duke, while the evening showcased the serious creative talent working in Canadian music videos.