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Could Anyone Do For the U.S. What The Tragically Hip Did For Canada?

21st August 2016 No comments

We may be coming off the heels of the Olympic games but The Tragically Hip’s farewell show brought Canada together far more than any athletic event ever could. After the band announced in May that lead singer Gord Downie had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, the band decided to embark on a final tour […]

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MTV Returning to Musical Roots

29th April 2016 No comments

When MTV launched in 1981 it revolutionized both television and music. By providing a visual outlet for what had previously only been an auditory form of expression, MTV became wildly influential and changed the way artists released music, how fans consumed it, and how industry-folk promoted it. Artists such as Madonna, Nirvana, Whitney Houston, and Michael Jackson were […]

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Tidal is Here…And It's More Of the Same

31st March 2015 4 comments

You may have heard that Jay-Z had a little gathering yesterday. There was some hoopla about it, and he invited some friends. While this event may have looked like an awards show red carpet, it was actually the launch event for Tidal, the superstar-funded streaming service headed by Mr. Z and supported by shareholders straight […]

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The Fabulous Vassy; You Know Her Better Than You Realize!

27th February 2014 1 comment

Vassy is one of those artists you don’t realize you know until you start doing a bit of researching into her career. She has had music featured in ad campaigns for some of the biggest companies in the world! Target, Chevrolet, Google, Nike, Sketchers, ESPN, VIctoria’s Secret, Virgin Mobile, Kohl’s, and Yoplait have all used […]

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Live Nation Continues World Dominiation, Buys U2 and Madonna

13th November 2013 No comments

Music industry Goliath and proponent of the monopoly and totalitarian business practices, Live Nation, is in the process of closing a deal which gives them ownership of U2’s Principle Management and Guy Oseary’s Maverick. According to this article in today’s Music Week, the acquisition would result in Oseary taking over management duties for U2. Neither […]

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