The Unison Benevolent Fund assistance program for the Canadian music industry is in the frontline when it comes to offering support for a sector th
Unison Benevolent Fund
Unison Benevolent Fund
Nick Nurse (pictured) boosts a school’s music program, Unison Benevolent Fund’s #WithoutMusic project grabs attention, and David Byrne’s American Utopia will open TIFF. Also making news are MusiCounts, Alex Henry Foster, the Banff Centre International String Quartet Festival, Shambhala Music Festival, Starlight Social Club, N'Awlins Jazz Bar, LyricFind, Anyway Gang, Array Space, and farewell Annie Ross.
Drake (pictured) leads the nominees for the 2020 BET Awards, Festival International de Jazz de Montréal goes virtual, and SaskMusic presents a National Indigenous Peoples Day Concert. Also in the news are Music Canada, ABACUS Data, a CBC hip-hop podcast, Canada Day House Party, Ruth B, Creative Manitoba, BTS, Americana Honors & Awards, Judy Collins, Protest the Hero Toronto Songwriting School, Linda McRae, TO Live, Shred Kelly, Supercrawl, and farewell Hugh Fraser and Keith Tippett.
Yowzers, there is a god in heaven!
And those in need can offer 'thanks' to Music Canada and the three major labels.
The world is facing one of its greatest challenges.
An elite list of country stars, including Shania Twain (pictured), come together for a five-night broadcast event to raise money for Food Banks Canada and the Unison Benevolent Fund.
Canadian rock band The Trews, all safely self-isolating “during this strange and unusual time,” released an at-home music video a week ahead of the
The Unison Benevolent Fund, an emergency relief charity that provides both financial and counselling services to members of the Canadian music indu
With the generous $250K donation from the Slaight Family Foundation, the Unison Benevolent Fund has announced the Unison COVID-19 Relief Program.
A fundraising event at Toronto's Opera House on Feb. 8 featuring top Canadian artists honours the memory of the popular Universal Music exec.
Drake partners with LeBron on a new venture (pictured), Polaris Prize performers are announced, and Mattyfest features music and food. Also in the news are LyricFind, Molly Johnson, Unison, CMAOntario, Sass Jordan, CD Baby, CIMA, Bruce Cockburn, Charlie Angus, Alberta Music, Laura Barrett, Rachel Cousins, Manitoba Music, and Alex Pangman. Videos added for your enjoyment.
The irrepressible impresario has created a novel night of musical fun to fundraise for the Canadian industry's favourite charity. Tom Cochrane, Andy Kim, Damhnait Doyle, and Mary Margaret O'Hara are joined by a coach-load full of A-list Toronto talent.