Today, Nokia announced the launch of Nokia Music in Canada, allowing music fans to listen to more than 18 million licensed songs on their Nokia Lumia smartphone.
The Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund is hosting their sixth Music Therapy Night benefit concert at The Rivoli in Toronto on Sunday, May 19th, featuring music from Jessica Blake and The Dinner Club, Ron Davis, and Oui B. Jamon, and will feature special guest MC Errol Nazareth.
Barlow wraps up his experience at the 2013 JUNO Awards in his closing Notes From the Road entry, recapping the highlights from Regina!
On May 6th, 2013, join the Canada-wide celebration of music when schools and communities from coast to coast unite in singing and performing the Music Monday theme song, ‘ISS – Is Somebody Singing.’
Yesterday, singer-songwriter Tim Chaisson visited the Music Canada office, performing three songs from his new album, 'The Other Side.'
A new site called NeedHelpNow.ca has been launched to help youth cope with self/peer expoitation:
Tomorrow is Record Store Day, and stores from across Canada are celebrating the culture of the independent record store with special product, discounts, and live in-store performances.
Today, Music Canada had the pleasure of donating $10,000 worth of musical instruments to Parkdale Junior and Senior Public School in Toronto, Ontario, as part of our partnership with MusiCounts.
Last month during Canadian Music Week, Music Canada was pleased to bring two of today’s foremost advocates for artist rights together for a discussion on brand-sponsored piracy. This year, we were honoured to have two keynote speakers who have emerged as essential voices for musicians and creators in David Lowery and Chris Ruen.
The Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund is hosting their fifth Music Therapy Night benefit concert at The Rivoli in Toronto on Sunday, April 21st.
'Sounds Like Spring!' is the theme of the show, with a bluegrass and uprooted roots sound, featuring performances by Trish Macaulay, Cadre, Erik Bleich, and The Hand Me Downs, with special guest and MC Dr. David Alter.
The event kicks off at 8pm at The Rivoli at 334 Queen Street West, Toronto. Tickets are $10, with all proceeds benefitting the Canadian Music Therapy Trust.
On his way to JUNOFest, Barlow thanks his fans for their support in his third entry in our Notes from the Road series.
In his latest feature column, Larry LeBlanc recaps the fifty year career of Leonard Cohen, who is nominated for three JUNO Awards later this month, including Artist of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, and Juno Fan Choice Award.
In the first video version of The Rambler, Music Canada President sits down with Colin James as he celebrates 25 years in the music business.
Barlow has just received his third Juno nomination with 'Burning Days', competing for the inaugural 'Adult Contemporary Album of the Year' award at the 2013 Juno Awards in Regina. In his second entry in our Notes from the Road series, Tom lays out his schedule for JUNO Week.
The Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund is hosting their monthly Music Therapy Night at The Rivoli in Toronto on Sunday, March 17th, featuring performances by Mike Evin, Amanda Mabro, Chis Assaad, Don Keer, with special guest Rachel Sermanni.
Barlow has just received his third Juno nomination with 'Burning Days', competing for the inaugural 'Adult Contemporary Album of the Year' award at the 2013 Juno Awards in Regina. In his first entry in our Notes from the Road series, Tom discusses his nomination and what it means to him.
On Friday, March 22nd, Canadian Music Week's Global Forum will address the issue of brand sponsored piracy - Fortune 500 companies that purchase advertising inventory from illegal sites. Keynote speakers David Lowery and Chris Ruen will inform on this 'in plain sight' operation that damages creators every day.
On Friday March 1st, Music Canada President Graham Henderson addressed a sold out crowd at the Canadian Club of Toronto, bringing the message that ‘music can help’ in creating jobs and economic stimulus, developing young minds, and creating export-ready talent that will promote the Canadian brand to the world.
The Chicago Tribune reports that the City of Chicago is set to open a music office, which aims to help the city promote Chicago’s music scene as an economic resource.
Creating a music industry office is one of the recommendations for Toronto outlined in the Accelerating Toronto’s Music Industry Growth – Leveraging Best Practices from Austin, Texas report, commissioned by Music Canada
In the latest edition of The Rambler, Graham Henderson shines a light on the problem of ad-supported piracy, an issue that is generating increased attention thanks to passionate advocates: