The prolific writing team has just published a new book that features informative conversations with some pioneers of Canadian folk, pop and rock.
Contemporary music owes a huge debt to the visionary inventor. A new book looks at the man behind the sound, and Bill King interviews the co-authors here.
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!
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.
I feel fortunate to catch up with Ed Preston who many know as Mr RCA, but judging from this interview I think Ed would have loved to talk more about playing the drums.
In this very personal essay, Bill King reflects upon the insidious nature of racism in the South and the ways in which music can bridge the divide.
Now in its 15th year, this festival in a remote part of Quebec manages to attract high-calibre artists, including a noteworthy First Nations component.
Dexter co-managed Carly Rae Jepsen during the massively successful, “Call Me Maybe” single. He has bundled all of his experiences and successes and poured them into A&R Lab.
You can’t escape history when visiting the capital of Quebec; Quebec City.
In a year that’s seen several music festivals fold due to rising costs, a weak dollar and heavy competition for frontline acts, Beaches Internation
37 years on, it remains one of Canada’s major roots music fests. Its longtime head explores the reasons for its longevity and success.