Canada's reigning king of country has announced a 29-city tour in support of his next album that has its release through Sony this Friday.
Elwood and Jake Blues plan on lifting the winter blues with a show at Toronto's Phoenix Theatre on Feb. 28 and the best part is that the proceeds are to go to the CAMH Gifts of Light program that offers support to people who truly have a bad case of the blues.
There isn't much going on that Nielsen Music Canada's in-house statistician doesn't spot early on. FYI caught up with Paul this week to dig between the pages of Canada's most recent music business report card and his insights offer an easy read on what's going on today
The blues-rock veteran was the only multiple victor on a night marked by stellar performances demonstrating that the blues are alive and well in the Great White North.
Here is this week's Nielsen Marketwatch report which features Canadian music stats for the current week and YTD with comparisons to last year.
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.
Since establishing itself in the late 1970s, the firm has gained respect as a piano service and restoration facility and Robert also went out of his way to help many Canadian musicians over the years.
A fundraising campaign for Spirit of the West singer John Mann is seeking an additional $5,000 to help pay for the musician’s medical and personal needs.
If we are to measure a person by their achievements, Harris Institute's founder and president has to be to be one of the Canadian music industry’s most underrated success stories ever.
We've created a list of new releases by homegrown stars, some instantly recognizable and a few on their way to becoming tomorrow's touring headliners, and, just for the fun of it, we've included a few retro and best-of collections that hit stores everywhere online and on main street in the next several months.
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.