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Scott Bradshaw
May 20, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Veteran roots-rocker Scott Bradshaw (pictured) draws fresh attention, Renforshort is breaking the mould, and a look back at country music on Queen Street. Others in the headlines include Jake Gold, Manila Grey, Twin Flames, Ruel James, Sony Music, Tencent, UMG, Au Pairs, The Chills, Demi Lovato, Alan Jackson, Madonna, Irving Plaza, Jim Steinman, Alan Jackson, Jayne County, Avicii, and John Hiatt.

Paul Brandt Facebook photo
April 5, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Paul Brandt (pictured) fights human trafficking, baseball nut Geddy Lee speaks out, and Holly Cole discusses her new album. Also in the headlines are The Weeknd, Patti Smith, Soundgarden, Jess Moskaluke, Against the Grain, Scooter Braun, Justin Bieber, Som Livre, Kanye West, Brit Awards, Lorde, Britfunk, Malcolm Cecil, Bhad Bhabie, and Amy Winehouse.

The Weather Station  Photo: Daniel Dorsa
February 3, 2021
by Kerry Doole

A rave review for The Weather Station (pictured), a new memoir from Greg Godovitz, and Chris Houston’s partnership with Michael Fonfara. Also in the headlines are Neil Peart, podcasts, Mozart, Neil Young, Morgan Wallen, Marilyn Manson, Sony Music, Kobalt, WMG, Hipgnosis, Clubhouse, Eric Church, Trackd, Dolly Parton, Kris Kristofferson, Tony Bennett, Dusty Springfield, and Cheap Trick.

Cory Marks  Facebook photo
October 29, 2020
by FYI Staff

Cory Marks (pictured) has a big hit on his hands, Glenn Gould disses Mozart, and a crop of Canadian guitar heroes. Also in the headlines are Neil and Bob Young, Halifax Pop Explosion, Spotify, Amanda Parris, Harm Franklin, Sony, BMG, Tencent, Marc Geiger,, Kanye, NZ concerts, Billie Eilish, Offset, Tool, Shane MacGowan, Danny Elfman, and Brian May.

The Wu-Tang Clan  Facebook photo
May 22, 2020
by FYI Staff

The Wu-Tang Clan (pictured) boosts Ottawa charities, Justin and Ariana fight back, and the plight of live music. Others in the headlines include Sony Music, Band Ladies, Cirkut, Goldman Sachs, Spotify, David Byrne, drive-in shows, Nine Inch Nails, Robert Johnson, Sparks, Bruce Springsteen, and Charlie Minor.

Meghan Patrick
July 31, 2019
by FYI Staff

Sheila E. excels at Interstellar, The Ensemble Made in Canada features star composers, and Meghan Patrick (pictured) takes no prisoners. Others in the headlines include Cosmo Sheldrake, Maggie Rogers, Suzanne Vega, Kirk Hammett, Loreena McKennitt, Lil Nas X, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Live Nation.

The Matador
May 21, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Famed honkytonk The Matador (pictured)  is sold, Dan Boeckner is a true rocker, and a new report on Canadian copyright. Others in the headlines include Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Chris Taylor, Alessia Cara, Lizzo, Gordon Lightfoot, The Persuasions, Eurovision, Don Was, John Prine, and Whitney Houston.

Cold Specks   Facebook photo
December 12, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Cold Specks (pictured) gets confessional, Yannick Nézet-Séguin shines, and Toronto's best albums. Also in the headlines are Bison, Stompin' Tom, Childish Gambino, Indarra, YouTube, Spotify, Sony Music, #MeToo, Grammys, Fillmore West, Monterey Pop, Iggy Pop, female rap, Johnny Marr, The Pogues and Aretha Franklin.

Jenie Thai website photo
October 31, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Jenie Thai (pictured) finds her sound, rap battle etiquette is explored, and Nick Cave dazzles in Toronto. Others in the headlines include Alicia Hansen, Windhand, Murray McLauchlan, Reuben Bullock, Sony Music, Pharrell Williams, Guy Oseary, Bob Dylan, Candi Staton, John Deacon, and the Rockettes.

The Eagles  Photo: Billboard
August 22, 2018
by Kerry Doole

The Eagles (pictured) now have the best-selling album ever, Drake's legacy explored, and Kim Cooke discusses his hit Aretha compilation. Also in the headlines are Sony Music, Spotify, VMAs, Madonna, Sinead O'Connor, Tom Waits, Patti Smith, Liam Gallagher, 604 Records, Lil Wayne, Wordburglar, Soft Cell, AC/DC, Musical Youth, Chamberfest, Katy Perry, Fake Shark, Nico, and Def Jam.

January 17, 2018
by FYI Staff

Canada's reigning king of country has announced a 29-city tour in support of his next album that has its release through Sony this Friday.

Glenn Gould kicks back with Bach
August 15, 2017
by David Farrell

The Canadian pianist is being honoured with a series of special publications this year, marking what would have been his 85th anniversary.