Sam Roberts’ timing is out of this world.
British singer Pete Burns has died after suffering a heart attack.
With a brand new album, ‘Beautiful Freakshow’ released Oct. 21, Dean Brody has ventured beyond the traditional parameters of country music. Joe Leary spent 24 Seconds with the two-time Juno Award winner and 13-time CCMA Award recipient.
Rapper Drake has set a new Spotify record after his One Dance hit became the music service’s most-streamed song ever.
Michael Buble plays three characters in the Dating Game-like video for the title track from his new album, Nobody But Me, out Friday.
Gord Downie has spent three decades chronicling and commemorating the history and mystery of Canada.
Paul McCartney surprised fans at the Desert Trip festival on Saturday by introducing Rihanna to the stage.
One-hit wonders come and go. Hell is in it for the long haul.
No, this is not a Rickroll: ‘80s sensation Rick Astley is back.
It’s good to be the Kings of Leon again.
ALBUMS OF THE WEEK
Having become favorites in their home base of Edmonton, indie-rock trio Scenic Route to Alaska are poised for greater international success as they embark on an international tour.
Norah Jones’ sixth studio album, Day Breaks, arrives Friday with the most mature jazz sound yet from the 37-year-old singer-songwriter pianist who’s now a married mother of two young children.
Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley is back from the brink of death.
Banks has Canadian R&B artist The Weeknd to thank for an early career boost.
St. Paul and the Broken Bones is a six-piece soul group formed in Birmingham, Ala., in 2012 now soaring to international fame and acclaim. Joe Leary spent 24 Seconds with bassist Jesse Phillips.
Three twenty-something musicians stroll down the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal, passing cafés and historic buildings before they duck into the Phi Centre, an arts and culture hub in the area. Inside, electronic beats buzz in the background as the young creative types hustle into a lecture hall and find a seat.
Country legend Kenny Rogers is retiring from music when he wraps up his current tour.
Spencer Elden, the baby on the cover of Nirvana’s Nevermind, has recreated his iconic swimming pool shot for the 25th anniversary of the album.