Musicians

“It’s about the homeless. Nothing more, nothing less.” That, in a nutshell, is the slogan and modus operandi behind Blank-Fest, a growing network of independent music festivals...
Sixteen-year-old rising hip hop artist Reema Major, currently working on her debut album for G7/Universal Music Canada and Cherrytree/Interscope in the U.S., doesn’t remember much about her...
After the release of Red Hot + Riot – The Music And Spirit Of Fela Kuti in 2002, John Carlin thought he was done. The co-founder of the not-for-profit New York-based Red Hot...
Lights, the Juno Award-winning electro pop artist whose 2009 debut album, The Listening, went gold in Canada, is an ideal voice to get behind a charity. The 24-year-old has 600,000 Facebook...
The Amy Winehouse Foundation, which will benefit various youth and children’s projects and charities throughout the world, is now active, but until it is fully up and...
There are so many large not-for-profit cancer organizations, but starting your own charity makes a personal mark, not only by impacting the beneficiaries but by giving friends and family a...
The specific Out of the Shadows campaign is over, but Evanescence singer-pianist Amy Lee won’t ever stop bringing to light the realities of epilepsy.  Her brother, Robby, had his first...
Who wants Nick Carter’s dirty shoes? How about his dirty shoes signed by every member of the Backstreet Boys and New Kids On The Block? The recent NKOTBSB tour of arenas proves there are still...
Artists United For Children and Youth Development (AUCAYD) in war-torn Sierra Leone has formed its own label, AUCAYD Records, and released its debut album, Give Some Little Love, available...
 Charitable creative arts training centre The Remix Project, open to youth from disadvantaged backgrounds in Toronto, has started a record label, Honest Music, and signed a deal with...

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