Clive Davis offers insights into how he has dealt with various types of artists in his long and storied career. His observations are fascinating and well worth taking note of as he breaks the differing artists he has worked with into four distinct categories.
Reviews can be trite and they can be a godsend and trilingual Ribera's latest album has earned a rave in a Parisian publication that money can't buy. It's a classic that publicists and artists can only wish for.
Starving artists have been affected by more than just piracy and streaming royalties.
Mercer's looming exit offers a clear opportunity for all Canadian broadcasters, if they have the guts, Globe & Mail columnist Doyle waxes: "An opportunity to offer a platform for savage indignation..
Canadians have a right to know and influence what their government is negotiating for in NAFTA-- or more importantly, what their government is negotiating away -- allegedly on their behalf.
The tug and pull of pluralism versus identity of self is an absorption we are privileged to enjoy in this country. Here are a few thoughts on the subject from people who in part forged this identity.
Singer Lido Pimienta ripped into organizers of the Polaris Music Prize with an expletive-laden tirade that took the cake in bizarre behaviour at an event that has a legacy of bizarre moments.
In the 80s, musicians simply released charity singles in response to humanitarian crises. But today’s artists have been relatively quiet. Is there a reason?
Chris McKee, the former booking agent and tour manager for Brooklyn hip-hop group The Wu-Tang Clan, has some stories to tell.
Kid Rock, whose real name is Robert Ritchie, has hinted at a possible run for the US Senate as a Republican. Here's what he has to say.
The genre's clean-cut image has led big media outlets hungry for click-bait headlines to be wary of Canada's country music scene.
Naive or crazy, two Brit brothers came to Canada to record an album in the depth of winter at a cottage that was so cold the mice had vacated.