Randy Lennox, photo provided.
June 27, 2021
by David Farrell

The renowned and charismatic music executive turned broadcast chief is starting a new career chapter and shares a few of his next steps, telling us that he has accepted the position of Executive Chairman with Elevate, the not-for-profit Canadian company best known for its annual Innovation, Tech & Media festival, and filling us in on several music projects that he has in production and ready for delivery in 2022.

March 18, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Ottawa’s The Long Road Back concert features a covid test requirement, The Slaight Music Residency announces its new class, and Triumph is named Record Store Day Ambassador (pictured). Also in the news are Drake, CIMA, Scott B. Sympathy, Bandzoogle, Pan-Am Indie Summit, Sauga City Music Conference, Oshawa Music Awards, Laila Biali, Eve Egoyan, WOTE, and Bobby Bazini.

Neil Peart w/Rush - Power Windows tour March 1986. Photographs: Patrick Harbron
January 12, 2020
by External Source

For a period in time drummers Neil Peart and Gil Moore in their respectively celebrated Canadian power-rock trios, Rush and Triumph, went toe-t

 Rosie & Mike Levine, Jeannette & Rik Emmett, and Sunny with Gil Moore. Pic: George Pimentel
November 25, 2019
by David Farrell

Alessia Cara, Bayla and Triumph were the three musical acts to receive notable distinctions at Canada’s Walk of Fame 21st annual gala st

Duncan Sinclair, head of Jazz Yukon Photo: Peter Long
September 25, 2019
by Kerry Doole

Duncan Sinclair (pictured) and Hank Karr are honoured by the WCMA, the Junos head home to Toronto in 2021, and the YYC Music Awards are handed out. Also in the news are the NMC, Canadian Music Therapy Fund, Berry Gordy, music memoirs, Triumph, Concord, Dan Pitt, Dear Youth, Searson, and farewell Robert Hunter.

May 10, 2019
by Nick Krewen

Triumph being feted with the "lifetime" Legends Of Live Award and Erin Benjamin's speech were the highlights of the 2019 Live Music Industry Awards, held Friday night at the Sheraton Centre in Toronto.

November 9, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Andy Kim's fun-filled Xmas fundraiser returns (pictured), and submissions are now open for Junofest. Also in the news are Schmoozefest, After The Storm, Music PEI, Triumph, indie101, This Ain't Hollywood, Liam Russell, Jim Cuddy Band,  France Joli, Folly and the Hunter, Audra Santa, ole, and Scott Stevens. Videos added for your enjoyment.