In a time of seemingly unending grim news, Wednesday’s announcement of Steve Kane returning to the music sphere was greeted by a long list of ‘cong
The career of departing Warner Music Canada head Steve Kane (pictured with colleague Steve Coady) was celebrated in fine style at The Horseshoe.
The first Police Picnic (pictured) turns 40, Sarah McLachlan sells her Whistler retreat, and a big honour for Joni Mitchell. Also in the headlines are Drake, Mirvish Productions, Aerosmith, Warner Music Group, TuneCore, mandatory vaccinations, the Rolling Stones, Sex Pistols, Sirius XM, Tom T. Hall, Holly Gleason, Pixies, Billie Eilish, Newport Jazz Festival, and Nirvana.
Local hero Julian Taylor has reconnected with Warner Music Canada after two decades with the signing of a creative distribution deal that enables h
Warner Music Canada has bolstered its A&R team with the addition of Jeffrey “LordQuest” Nuamah whose backstory includes 15 years of production,
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City and Colour (pictured) launches a live album, garage rockers U.I.C. partner with Warner Music, and Lost Cousins hit the road. Also making news are the Passport summit, HPO, Country Thunder, the Autumn Stones, Ron Davis, SOCAN, Valley, and a farewell to Nicolas Roeg. Videos added for your enjoyment.
The Toronto indie rockers package seven vinyl records and plenty of extras in Shakespeare My Box!!, put out in tandem with Warner Music Canada. Chief songwriter Ron Hawkins explains the project and reflects upon a fascinating career in this interview.
Halifax trio Neon Dreams has partnered with Warner Music Canada for the release of an EP, but there is also a development deal for the band's own imprint.
Music biz history is forever fascinating, chock full of oversized characters and extraordinary individuals. Here's our history of the Bunny company in Canada.