I got to thinking about how civil this break from live playing has been - just you, your home studio, a guitar, Garage Band, a few ideas, and no pl
There's no doubt radio, and companion television, have been severely impacted by the Covid-19 virus.
It's not often I've engaged in philosophical exchanges during the era of Trump.
During this period of adjustment and homestay, I thought I'd survey the music landscape and peer into the lives of fellow musicians and industry stalwarts. The responses of these Toronto male artists and biz players are compelling. Pictured: Orin Isaacs
During this period of adjustment and homestay, I thought I'd survey the music landscape and peer into the lives of fellow musicians and industry stalwarts. The responses of these Toronto female artists and biz players are compelling.
Legendary jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, a longtime member of John Coltrane’s quartet, died on March 6, at 81. Here's an interview conducted by FYI's Bill King in 1992.
One of the glorious pleasures of writing for FYI is the people I get to speak to.
In this wide-ranging chat, the veteran broadcaster, record label head, and roots music authority reflects upon the fascinating career spawned by his passion for music.
“I'm in town and I'm just putting together my 15th annual Andy Kim Christmas [on December 4 at Queen Elizabeth Theatre at Exhibition Place in Toron
Bobby Curtola’s career began at age 15 with Bobby and The Bobcats in Port Arthur, Ontario.
From the archives comes this revealing interview with the great jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader who passed away last year. Photo: Bill King
From the vaults, here is a fascinating interview with one of jazz's most eloquent and elegant pianists.