The artist born Jordan Ostrom is poised to be one of Canada’s breakout country music stars of 2018. Her songs are being placed on TV and a new EP, Self + Medicine, is coming out today. Learn more here from this interview.
A tale of lunacy, drunks, guns, rip-off artists and jack-asses that think they can spin an audience and get paid for it. Wild Bill King rides shotgun for these third-rate actors and not only lives to tell the story but has fourty bucks to show for it. Cool or what?
Still fondly remembered for his work in Bourbon Tabernacle Choir, he is now an in-demand producer and sideman. In this interview, Brown discusses his new solo album and the music workshops he runs for prison inmates.
In 1968, Bill King left his job as MD with Janis Joplin's band to serve ten months in a military uniform, then hitchhiked to Canada with partner Kris to find refuge from the American War. Part two of his epic story.
Cities that want to attract diverse, thriving populations should look at creative musical culture in new ways and take steps to create conditions for live music to continue and thrive.
The following are the most popular tracks delivered to Canadian radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in 2017 .
After being immersed in the creation of Rising Tide, I’m excited about getting the songs out in live performance, creating those genuine moments–like the magical resonance when you’re tuning two strings on the violin and find that sweet spot where the air seems to change.
It’s Christmas time, and the bells are ringing, so don’t be surprised to hear some of the old with the new. Take the Chairman of the Board. He’s teamed up with Seal, if you can believe it. There's a stocking full of music videos here for your enjoyment.
The rapper/poet born Rollie Pemberton is returning to the spotlight with an imminent new album. He is also partnering in a socially conscious clothing line for Frank and Oak. Learn more about that in this interview.
I left behind the music director seat with Janis Joplin in late 1968, served ten months in a military uniform, then hitchhiked the interstates and backroads of New York state in the dead of fall, endured uncertainty, and eventually found refuge in Canada.
A new double LP collection aptly entitled Fun Comes Fast confirms Teenage Head's unique place in Canadian rock history. The band's bassist looks back on their legacy.
It's Christmas time and Walk Off The Earth leads the pack with a spirited in-flight performance of "Deck the Halls," followed by a mix of originals and standards performed by Jess Moskaluke, Tyler Shaw, Madeline Merlo, and Emma-Lee (videos included).