Toronto's Legendary Horseshoe Tavern is now turning 70, and this Canadian music scribe has written an authoritative history of the storied venue.
Even with unbridled talent and career success, Davis could never escape the color of his skin in a land preoccupied and plagued with burning prejudice. He was the first true black superstar!
Quebec-based rockers Your Favorite Enemies continue to expand their already impressive catalogue with a new massive project entitled A Journey Beyond Ourselves.
Sam Smith, Kelly Clarkson, Brett Kissel and Terra Lightfoot are among the sweepstake winners on the radio this week.
The rediscovery of old demo songs inspired the roots rockers to put a fresh spin on tunes close to their heart. The result is a sparkling sixth album, entitled Ghost Gardens.
He may have achieved guitar god status, but the English blues-rocker has stared down addictions and personal tragedy, as a new film documentary exposes.
It hasn't always been easy in the studio, but there's no holding back Will Whitwham's enthusiasm for the band's latest endeavour.
The fall season is heating up with a slew of big guns releasing singles promoting new and upcoming albums.
The veteran publisher of Music Express reflects on the highs and lows of the print magazine, its rebirth as a website, and his current activities booking festivals and concerts.
This multi-faceted talent is now in demand as a songwriter and producer for a wide array of artists. One recent project took him to the famed Abbey Road Studios in London.
On his new album Canadiana Grotesquica, the maverick klezmer meets punk songsmith is more earthbound and peppers his lyrics with references to prominent Canadians.
Rod Stewart updates "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy," Maroon 5 has another successful collaboration with Sza, Tim Hicks continues his streak of hits, and Danko Jones hits the jackpot with the 2nd Wild Cat single.