Men Without Hats are back! Yes, you read that correctly. The "Safety Dance" creators are gradually returning to the spotlight
Nelly Furtado sits across from our Los Angeles AOL Sessions crew on a high stool, making bird noises.
We've seen Justin Bieber's meteoric rise to fame documented in his hit concert movie "Never Say Never" -- but what if the
To celebrate the launch of HuffPost Canada's sparkling new music site, we're flying a lucky winner and their even luckier
Nowhere are the contradictions of Uganda more readily apparent than in the nightclubs on any given evening. Uganda is a fairly conservative society; public displays of affection are frowned upon in public, and women often wear modest clothing. When the clubs open, the rules change. The hemlines become shorter and shirts a bit tighter.
Jorn Weisbrodt, the new artistic director for Luminato, which runs from June 8 until June 17, sat down with me for lunch. As a new Torontonian, Jorn had almost as many questions for me as I did for him, but somehow, I left wondering more and more about this great city we live in, and what will happen when Luminato opens its doors this month...
Not only is the Canadian digital market far larger than virtually every European market, it continues to grow faster than the U.S. digital music market as well. In fact, the Canadian digital music market has grown faster than the U.S. market for the past six consecutive years. Yet, Canadian artist revenue from Canadian sales is lower than most other countries.
The famed Nylon magazine has skyrocketed in popularity since its humble beginnings with the American inaugural issue in April 1999. Now, the magazine has taken the world by storm, spreading its reach from New York, to Mexico and finally, here in the sunny island of Singapore.
The 12th annual SiriusXM Indie Awards marked the end of another year of Canadian Music Week (CMW) in Toronto last night. Saskatoon's
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