After an early start as a promoter, Amber Grimes is executive vice president and general manager of the music label and management company Love Renaissance.
TheGrio is celebrating Black Music Month with “High Frequency,” our celebration of trailblazing Black Women
There are so many summer moods that finding the perfect song for the season is a big ask, but we love a challenge. Luckily, there are plenty of Canadian contenders to choose from, including a dance-club hit from Nelly Furtado,
New Music Friday–the day when most new releases magically appear online and in-store–has arrived once again. While not quite as busy as last week with big names, this gives a chance to dig a little deeper.
1. The Glorious
Story of 6 high school girls coming of age through a cappella music
“UtaMilu Event Vol. 1 ~happy to sing~,” the first in-person event of the music project Utagoe wa Mille-Feuille (A Singing Voice Is a Mille-Feuille Pastry), announced on
A charity that offers music and art instruction to children from low-income neighborhoods in Toronto is in danger of closing because of a drop in donations and a hike in rent following the pandemic.
The Cabbagetown Community Arts Center has
Caley & The Cadillacs will get the August long weekend rolling with a show on Friday night while a full Saturday of entertainment will include headliners The County. Admission is free. Parking is free. Bring your lawn chair.
This is the sixteenth song in the Play It Again Mayhem series which began back in 2020. Check out the previous entries along with this new one in the Play It Again Mayhem Spotify Playlist, click here to take a
A teacher in McGill’s music department is suing the Montreal university for $300,000 claiming he was passed over for a prestigious job.
In the lawsuit filed on June 6 at Quebec Superior Court, conductor and instructor Jonathan Dagenais alleges several