The "nasty" news that darkened the US election and emboldened hidden prejudices in American society continue to resonate, and now they are spilling into corporate life.
Sam Feldman has held a commanding presence over the west-coast music scene for near half a century, and helped put more food on the table for Canada's touring musicians than most anyone else in the country--and yet, for all his success, he probably has the most under-stated profile of any of the nation’s music moguls.
The "Rainshowers" singer has been a star in Quebec for decades. Now Pag is making a rare showing beyond la Belle Province, at the Phoenix, in Toronto, on Sept. 29.
There was no one else quite like him in Canada. A superstar in his day. Somehow overlooked in the pantheon of time--but his fans and those who remember the "Bobby" era are holding a commemoration of his life at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto this evening.
Massey Hall has some competition with approval given for an off-track teletheatre to be converted into a 2,700 capacity concert venue in the city's east-end Beaches district.
Formerly with Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment, she has held executive posts with Barclays Center, Madison Square Garden, Nederlander Concerts and House of Blues.
Erik Hoffman is named President of the Toronto division, and John May is upped to President of Media & Corporate Partnerships.
The new agency represents top online personalities and social media influencers in the categories of fashion, beauty, food, home, tech, lifestyle and travel.
More than four decades in, Sam Feldman maintains a professional and personal relationship with Trooper's Ra McGuire and Brian Smith. The trio celebrated the fact earlier this month.
Times are changing and The Feldman Agency is sharpening its tools to help today's artists become tomorrow's stars. It's not an easy path, but the agency topper says his team is more than ready for the task.
Major acts are missing out on billions of dollars by under pricing tickets that end up in the hands of re-sellers.
The world's largest concert firm reports revenues exceeding US$7B last year, and expands its footprint in Western Canada.