CIMA will be returning to Tokyo for its 4th mission to Japan in October and plans on participating in the Tokyo Internatio
Music News Digest
Music News Digest
News, chuckles and plenty of videos to entertain, amuse and inform in one quick glance.
The latest, the greatest highlights from across Canada's diverse and popular music scene delivered to you cost-free on this Friday a.m.
Today's edition includes surprising news from Bryan Adams, BSS in concert performing new material, Neon Dreams debut a new song video, Pag goes to Ottawa with a trunkload of his possessions, Blair Packham returns with a new album, Diana Krall discusses her creative process, plus a bundle more wit, wonderment and a spool of videos.
In today’s edition, the first ever iHeart Radio WestFest announces its lineup, as does Interstellar Rodeo Edmonton, Bestival takes a year off, Drake and Gord Downie cheer on the Raptors, and Reuben Bullock wins a SOCAN No. 1 Song Award.
In today’s edition, the Prism Prize honours Revolver Films, CIMA Award recipients are announced, Manitoba Music heads to UK, Hollerado hit the road, Alanis’ former manager gets six years, the mystery of Muscle Shoals, and farewell to Juan Formell and Kevin Garcia.
Come From Away has won kudos on Broadway and now has earned its creators and cast seven Tony Award nominations.
Shania comes clean about the much ballyhooed next album, Rush and Triumph get skewered by The Onion, Trump advisers caution Canada's net neutrality regs, Babs laments a lack of due recognition, Mary Ann Farrell gets what Babs wants, plus a bundle of other news, views served with a lashing of balderdash.
A summary of music news from inside and outside Canada, plus some videos to entertain.
El Mocambo owner Michael Wekerle loves R&R and loves to jam on occasion. He's just created El Mocambo Records and signed 54.40
We asked Indie Week's Cameron Carpenter to take notes on the goings on around and about at the convention site and in the clubs and, knowing as we do his facility for connections, he's turned in a report brimming with names of the famous, almost famous, infamous and just generally good people.
Raine Maida has launched a ‘counter-culture’ video app, a new series celebrates the history of recordings in the US, Say Yes debuts a single tied to a new round of tour dates, The Chainsmokers’ smoke in Canada, Brit Phil Cooper celebrates his first tour here with a song, Jason Blaine makes hometown headlines and a farewell to Motown songwriter Sylvia Moy.