Tegan and Sara

Tegan and Sara

Daniel Lanois  Photo: Marthe Vannebo
July 6, 2022
by Kerry Doole

Sonic auteur Daniel Lanois (pictured) signs to BMG, Hamilton's Supercrawl sports a stellar lineup, and Graham Scott Fleming joins Open Road Recordings and RGK Ent. Also in the news are Jeremy Dutcher, Music Nova Scotia, Sunfest, the North Music Festival, Mixto Festival, NMC, CIMA, MMF, Jessica Sole, Tegan and Sara, Michael Boguski, Thomas Stajcer, Susan Aglukark, and Stephen Lambke. 

Tegan and Sara  Facebook photo
May 5, 2021
by Kerry Doole

The memoir of Tegan and Sara (pictured) heads to TV, the CCMA has reasons for Pride, and Global Toronto is set for June. Others in the news include Jann Arden, ISC, Radio Starmaker, Art of Time, Leonard Cohen, Flaming Lips, Russell Louder, Kenny Kirkwood, Sidewalk Sounds, and farewell Phil Naro, Ed Ward, and Tommy West.

April 1, 2021
by Kerry Doole

The Canadian Folk Music Awards (pictured) announce details of next week’s events, Blue Rodeo presents a live-stream on April 30, and a CMW session goes to pot. Also in the news are Radio Starmaker, Gene Champagne, Tim Westergren, Byron Bay Bluesfest, Creative Manitoba, Shambhala, Festival (506), Dean Brody and Mickey Guyton, Tegan and Sara, Dezza, Reid Jamieson, MMF, and Fresh AIR.

Tegan and Sara  Facebook photo
October 22, 2020
by FYI Staff

Tegan and Sara (pictured) feature at the Vancouver Writers Fest, SNL has a Canadian-themed sketch, and Joey Moi makes a noise in Nashville. Also in the headlines are The Weeknd, Keith Richards, Bob Dylan, Hamilton Music Collective, Jann Arden, Backxwash, Gord Downie, UMG, Apple Music TV, WMG, L.A. Reid, BMG, Mike Love, Beastie Boys, Bob Mould, and Steve Winwood.

Slaight Music Unsung Hero Award winner Donnie Campbell
March 13, 2020
by Kerry Doole

Donnie Campbell (pictured) receives the CFMAs Slaight Music Unsung Hero Award for the 2020 Canadian Folk Music Awards, Tegan and Sara announce an extensive tour, and Toronto’s Wheatsheaf is given new musical life. Others in the news include The Pack AD, TD Toronto Jazz Festival, Chris Birkett, and Chalk Circle. With video.

U.S. Girls - Meg Remy
December 13, 2019
by FYI Staff

A4A Records to host a vinyl pop-up event, U.S. Girls (pictured) announces a tour, and Drake surprises at a Dababy show. Others making news include Andy Kim, Jully Black, Mariposa, Tegan and Sara, Melanie Peterson, Creative Manitoba, Boreal, Toronto Jazz Festival, and farewell Simon Streatfeild. With video.

Jane Bunnett
September 30, 2019
by FYI Staff

Jane Bunnett (pictured) is Cuban music's Canadian connection, Endeavor Group postpones planned IPO, and Billboard's list of top young executives. Others in the headlines include Tegan and Sara, HMV, Begonia, Simply Saucer, Spotify, Bobby Curtola, 2 Chainz, Patti Smith, and Itzhak Perlman.

Carly Rae Jepsen  Facebook photo
September 18, 2019
by FYI Staff

Carly Rae Jepsen (pictured) charms in Toronto, Tegan and Sara return to their teen years, and Arcade Fre's Funeral turns 15. Also in the headlines are Mobina Galore, Sinzere, country music, Global Citizen, Ric Ocasek, Sony Walkman, Whitney Houston, Bob Lefsetz, and Lewis Capaldi

Amelia Artists management clients, Tegan & Sara (Instagram pic)
August 13, 2019
by David Farrell

Publicly traded Canadian multinational entertainment company eOne has expanded its artist management business with the addition of Amelia Artists,

May 18, 2018
by Aaron Brophy

Tegan and Sara are sending more than 100 young people to LGBTQ camp this summer in the U.S. and Canada for a total cost of about US$100,000 and have invited the public to help make that dream a reality.

Sisters Tegan and Sara. Photo: Pamela Littky
March 8, 2018
by FYI Staff

The pop duo receives the National Arts Centre Award and the veteran songsmith joins Angela Hewitt in being honoured with a lifetime artistic achievement award. All will be celebrated at an Ottawa gala on June 2.

October 25, 2017
by FYI Staff

In the news today, low album sales, Liona Boyd, Geddy Lee, hip-hop nihilism, Sheila E., Gord Downie, Justin Timberlake, Tegan and Sara, Bert Berns, Patti Smith, A$SAP, The Treble, Margaret Thatcher, Harry Styles and Joe Henry.