Grief & Resilience or: How Heartbreak Led Me Back to the Music Industry

26th August 2014 30 comments

I readily talk about the death of my fiancé, but I’ve never written about it. I don’t really have an outlet to do so as I’m not someone who could (or would necessarily want to) write a book, and, as a music industry writer, none of the outlets that publish my work would be particularly […]

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If Linda Chorney isn’t Your Hero, She Should Be

14th October 2013 No comments

The name Linda Chorney probably seems familiar to those who closely follow the music industry and/or awards shows. Chorney’s nomination for Best Americana Album in the 54th GRAMMY Awards caused something of a frenzy. Her album, Emotional Jukebox, hadn’t sold millions of copies. She didn’t have a string of unavoidable singles getting constant radio play. […]

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Harvest Picnic: “Great organic foods and great organic music.”

4th July 2013 2 comments

One of the lesser spoken of but more talent filled festivals of summer is the Greenbelt Harvest Picnic in Dundas, Ontario. Now in its third year, the event hosts some of the most legendary artists the music world has known, in addition to showcasing artists you may not know yet. Not only does the event […]

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