A Farewell to Kings, the 1977 album arranged and produced by Rush and Terry Brown, has been remixed and remastered by Brown in anticipation of a deluxe re-release on Sept 1.
Justin Trudeau shouts out Canadian artists and all those that support them.
They won't exactly pose a threat to WayHome or Osheaga, but the arrival of two new artist-produced music festivals in Ontario next month is a welcome development.
The list includes an intriguing mix of beloved veterans, former winners, and relatively unknown emerging artists. The 2017 winner will be unveiled on Sept. 18.
The program aids in raising the profiles of musicians from multiple genres by underwriting a portion of costs incurred during festival appearances.
It is expected that a review of Canada's Copyright Act will be announced in the coming eight weeks and it is likely to generate strong debate.
The Toronto punk band wins the lucrative and prestigious Prize for their song "DVP." The French version was won by Klô Pelgag's "Les ferrofluides-fleurs."
It's gonna be a tight race to see who wins the most trophies at this year's event, but upstart indie outfit the James Barker Band is surely a top contender.
Who could have believed the lowly cassette tape would become a 'hip' item again? It has, and it's driving up the price of used tape decks.
Montreal's Stingray, founded by Eric Boyko, has enjoyed a record year and shows no signs of slowing down on the world domination front.
Here is this week's Nielsen Marketwatch report which features Canadian music stats for the current week and YTD with comparisons to last year. This chart is published every Tuesday.
Variety takes a look behind the scenes of how music charts are compiled and published.