The Junos celebrate their 45th year honoring the best in Canadian music this weekend, with performances from Canadian music legends Bryan Adams and Buffy Sainte-Marie, as well as rising stars Shawn Mendes, The Weeknd, and returning favourite, Lights.
LCD Soundsystem, Arcade Fire, The Killers, Major Lazer, M83, HAIM, Chvrches and sixty other artists will hit the stage this summer in Ontario, from July 22 to 24, as WayHome Music and Arts festival returns to Burl’s Creek Event Grounds for a second year.
With just over a month left until the new James Bond film, Spectre, is released, Sony has confirmed rumours that the title song of the film will be sung by Grammy- award winning artist, Sam Smith.
Music drifted across the sun-drenched grounds at WayHome Music Festival when I sat down to speak with Josh Ward and Phil Maloney of Hey Rosetta! earlier this summer. The crowds were building as some of the festival’s big acts prepared to perform, and ahead of the band’s own performance, Ward and Maloney sat down at the Samsung Canada pop-up to speak about Hey Rosetta!’s long tour schedule, coffee, and what Newfoundland means to them.
Neil Young, Hozier, Alt-J, The Decemberists, Hey Rosetta!, and Bear Mountain: that’s just a few favorites from the first day of WayHome Music and Arts Festival, one of the biggest music events to hit Canada this year, and all in the unassuming township of Oro-Medonte, just north of Barrie.
You can save your screams for Sunday night, when the 2015 Much Music Video Awards hit downtown Toronto, but until then Twitter Canada is ranking your favorite artists based on tweets. If you’re wondering how Justin Bieber stands up to Shawn Mendes, look no further than Twitter’s MMVA infographic.
Listen to the full album stream for Josh Groban’s Stages a week before the record debuts. The pre-release stream includes …
The 2015 Juno Awards celebrated the best in Canadian music with the big live telecast on Sunday, March 15, and CTV busted out the red carpet outside Hamilton’s FirstOntario Centre to give the celebrities VIP treatment.
Fred Penner is a music legend, and today I finally got to see him perform as the Junior Junos brought the 2015 Children’s Album of the Year nominees at the Juno Awards to the Hamilton Public Library for a 2-hour concert.
Hamilton’s Young Rival dropped by The GATE’s 14th Anniversary Concert at The Great Hall in Toronto on Thursday, June 26, and during the show they performed a new track, “Elevator”.