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Bryan Adams will be honoured again for his charity work and social activism. At next year’s Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Awards in Toronto, the musician will receive the Allan...
Toronto singer-songwriter Hayden who released his latest album, Us Alone, in early 2013, finally has had time to put on his dream concert — a benefit for Beverley Street School designed for...
Bands and solo artists of all genres in Canada and the UK are now eligible to enter American online music talent competition Bands4Good Challenge for a chance to win studio sessions, vocal coaching,...
When long-dormant bands reform, they are typically motivated by cash or nostalgia, not altruism. But when righteous reggae combo Fujahtive ascends the stage at Toronto’s Tattoo Queen West...
When Jeff Healey was born in 1966 with eye cancer retinoblastoma that claimed his sight at age 1, the odds were against him at the time. The medical community had not advanced to the point that his...
“Education. It’s all about education. It’s a very sensitive issue for me,” Toronto-born music legend Robbie Robertson tells Samaritanmag when asked what causes he supports....
The charitable space surrounding breast cancer is noisy. But a Toronto-based non-profit hopes the presence (albeit distantly) of Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow will raise awareness...
Blur guitarist and solo artist Graham Coxon is putting seven of his prized motorcycles up for auction through Bonhams auctioneers with all the proceeds going to the UK children’s charity The...
Dave Navarro has put smiles on thousands of faces all over the world with his music, but now he’s permanently changing smiles.The Jane’s Addiction guitarist and Ink Master judge has just...
"The line I always tell people is that this album is a thousand years of American history, past, present and miserable sci-fi future." Joel Moss Levinson is laughing audibly on the other...

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