There's nothing manufactured about this all-female country quartet from Alberta. They defy genre stereotypes by writing their songs and playing their instruments, and the results are quickly getting the band noticed.
The MuchMusic VJ turned author has just published his second memoir, Skinheads, Fur Traders and DJs. It is full of fascinating stories of his adventures in the '70s.
This Edmonton-based roots duo is in full creative bloom on their third album, The Great Unknown. Kasha Anne and Mitch Smith explain that their differences provide a source of strength.
Pink, Our Lady Peace and Bobby Wills are among the top new songs added by Canada's commercial broadcasters in the past week.
The oft overlooked tragic consequence that comes with company buyouts.
Country-folk songsmith and Allan Slaight Juno Master Class graduate Grant Davidson is about to release a self-produced album, Enough About Me.
PhemPhat Entertainment Group was formed in 1995 to educate and promote women in the music business and establish a presence for them in areas traditionally seen as “boyz clubs."
The Edmonton-based country singer/songwriter grew up listening to the likes of Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn. Her songs similarly display a strong social conscience, with one tune helping inspire a new charity campaign.
This project is the brainchild of Ontario singer/songwriter Tom Meikle. He explains that the evolution of the avant-folk sound of his debut album came from his experiments with lyricism.
The ever-busy musical renaissance woman discusses her new Sawdust City Music Festival, a triumphant run with Soulpepper in NYC, her advocacy for artist rights, and more.
Hard work has earned the songsmith local hero status in Edmonton. His eloquent charting new album Better Than Brand-New is now bringing him a national audience.