Musicians

“I’m going to entertain for two more years. After that, I’m going to start doing some real goodness, real charity, real helping,” rapper Snow tells Samaritanmag. Having...
Baba Brinkman is a rapper with a twist, or perhaps a biological bent. He was born in a log cabin and spent much of his childhood in British Columbia’s remote Kootenay region, where he...
Solo artist and Broken Social Scene member Jason Collett is going against his tradition of not revealing the performers for his annual Basement Revue in an effort to get as many people out as...
Canadian singing legend Bobby Curtola’s biggest hit came out decades ago and until now he hadn’t released anything new in years, but he’s getting a positive response to his charity...
Singer Lights created a cool comic book style image for a charity T-shirt in partnership with Bluenotes clothing retailer. All proceeds go to Kids Help Phone, which provides round the clock...
The Andy Kim Christmas concert has become an annual thing in Toronto, selling out, attracting an assortment of Canadian talent to the stage and most importantly raising money for various charities....
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...

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