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James Blunt. (Jimmy Fontaine Photo)

24 Minutes with James Blunt

Taking radio by storm in 2004 with the song You’re Beautiful, James Blunt has since gone on to sell millions of albums worldwide.

Charlie Puth. (Submitted Photo)

24 Minutes with Charlie Puth

With his hit song See You Again featuring Wiz Khalifa having recently overtaken Psy's Gangnam Style as the most-viewed YouTube video of all-time with over 2.9 billion views, Charlie Puth is a serious musical force. Joe Leary recently spent 24 Minutes with the singer/songwriter/producer.

Beach Fossils. (Kohel Kawashima Photo)

24 Minutes with Beach Fossils

An indie rock band from Brooklyn, N.Y., Beach Fossils long-awaited Somersault album has them charting new musical territory with “a refined songwriting style.” Prior to their July 10 appearance at the Biltmore, Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with vocalist Dustin Payseur.

Jay Z speaks onstage during the Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year Ceremony 2016 at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on December 12, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Sports Illustrated)

Jay-Z’s 4:44 ditches clichés and bares all

Rap king Jay-Z’s new album 4:44 has officially been declared a hit after going platinum in five days. Released exclusively on Tidal last Friday, 4:44 is the album that’s got everyone talking. From the confessions of cheating on his wife Beyoncé to addressing his failed friendship with Kanye West, 4:44 is about baring it all and sharing wisdom.

Songbird Joss Stone loves visiting Canada and says the UK will be just fine, thank you. POSTMEDIA

Joss is a rolling Stone

Joss Stone says England, which has been taking a pounding of late between multiple terrorist attacks and the deadly Grenfell Tower apartment fire, will prevail.

Postmodern Jukebox will perform at the Orpheum Theatre as part of the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival. (Braverijah Gregg Photo)

Jazz festival returns for city-wide celebration

The TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival returns to the city next Thursday, kicking off a city-wide celebration of music’s endless capacity to inspire and enliven. During 11 dazzling days, the festival will light up Vancouver venues and public spaces with 300 performances that represent a kaleidoscopic spectrum of styles: jazz, reggae, folk, hi