She is named as the primary talent buyer for Burl's Creek Event Grounds and the Boots and Hearts Music Festival, which hosts 40,000 festival-goers and campers annually at the 600-acre site located north of Toronto.
Two new studies plan to convince governments that the music scene produces a big economic benefit to the province, and the music org also has plans to create synergies with other Pacific coastline music hubs in the US.
Four concert firms and two Canadians ranked high in the trade magazine's annual ranking of box-office grosses and ticket sales.
The celebrated Canadian pianist, who died in 1982 and famously detested live performances, is destined to join an elite group of deceased musical performers who are being returned to the stage using holographic technology.
Holographic technology that allows people, places and things to appear in three dimensions is changing the way our armed forces operate, the way people elect their leaders, and the way entertainers - alive and dead - bring us joy.
City politicians know that live music supports local economies by bringing tourists and attracting young people to settle and gentrify neighbourhoods, but there needs to be greater forethought given by planners in town halls across the country.
Ticketmaster Canada COO Patti-Anne Tarlton is the latest inductee into the Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held on May 10 at Toronto's Rebel during Canadian Music Week.
A tale of lunacy, drunks, guns, rip-off artists and jack-asses that think they can spin an audience and get paid for it. Wild Bill King rides shotgun for these third-rate actors and not only lives to tell the story but has fourty bucks to show for it. Cool or what?
With the Feldman organization for almost 30 years, he was named President of the agency in March 2013 and has been instrumental in the expansion of the firm’s talent portfolio and helping shape career strategies for a wide range of Canadian acts that have transformed themselves from club to theatre and arena marquee draws.
Cities that want to attract diverse, thriving populations should look at creative musical culture in new ways and take steps to create conditions for live music to continue and thrive.
Following Wednesday's passage of the Ontario Ticket Sales Act, Jeff Poirier, GM, Concerts and Theatre – North America at StubHub wrote the following letter to fans of live events in Ontario outlining the company's reaction to the legislation and it's worth a read.