Eric Schenkman became famous with the Spin Doctors, as the band’s guitarist and a vocalist, but for close to 10 years now he’s been playing the blues in Toronto, and his latest single, “Salvation (Lincoln’s Feat)”, feels like it comes right from the streets that inspired the track.
There are miles and miles behind Danny Laj and The Looks’ new album, Everything New is New Again, and while the album is rooted in a tour last year, the full journey started in Northern Ontario, where Laj grew up, on route to Montreal, by way of stops in Sudbury, North Bay, Toronto, and everywhere in between.
Alt pop singer and songwriter Little Coyote puts her heart on her sleeve for her latest single, and opens up in the moving, inspiring video for “Dig Up My Grave”.
Singer and songwriter Glen Foster is a Canadian music veteran, working alongside music greats, at iconic venues across the country. Hoping to bring some light to the world, he’s channeling good vibes all the way, including on his feel-good new single, “Rockabilly Fever”.
The legendary Bob Dylan continues to inspire, and Jessica Rhaye & The Ramshackle Parade’s “Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands” captures a fresh, rich, and lively new take on the classic, lesser-known ballad.
Danny Blueberry has a heart that’s filled with old school rock ‘n’ roll, and “Undress Me With Your Eyes” is the culmination of years of devotion to music that he was forbidden to enjoy for most of his life.
Innovative Canadian director and creator Director X was at the Samsung Experience Store in Toronto last week, sharing details about his work, how he’s collaborating with Samsung Canada, and more.
iskw? is one of my favourite Indigenous pop artists working in Canada today, and her new single “Breaking Down” is a testament to what makes her, and her art, so compelling.
Canadian legend and icon Bruce Cockburn has released his latest single and video, “April In Memphis,” ahead of his new album Crowing Ignites on September 20, and it’s a mesmerizing, moving piece of art that celebrates, and mourns, the great Martin Luther King Jr.
Grammy Award-winning Canadian singer, songwriter, and Canadian Music Hall Of Fame inductee David Clayton-Thomas, the lead singer of Blood, Sweat & Tears, has an important message with his new single, “Never Again” and it’s time a lot of people started listening.