• Alanis Morissette's Former Manager Admits To Stealing Almost $5M From Singer

    LOS ANGELES — The former business manager for Alanis Morissette admitted embezzling more than $7 million from the singer and other celebrities and agreed to plead guilty to federal charges, prosecutors said Wednesday.
    Jonathan Todd Schwartz, 48, of Los Angeles, was charged with wire fraud and filing a false tax return for failing to report the embezzled funds, prosecutors said.
    Schwartz admitted stealing nearly $5 million from Morissette between May 2010 and January 2014. He used the money
  • Céline Dion Shares Heartbreaking Tribute To René Angélil On Anniversary Of His Death

    Her heart won't go on.
    On Saturday, Céline Dion shared a heart-wrenching tribute to her late husband René Angélil on the first anniversary of his death.
    The "My Heart Will Go On" singer posted two Facebook videos on January 14, which included photos and clips of the iconic Canadian music producer.Celine Dion and husband Rene Angelil during "Celine Dion Performs on The Today Show Summer Concert Series," May 17, 2002.
    In one emotional scene, Céline is shown looking at f
  • Camila Cabello Says She Felt 'Sexualized' In Fifth Harmony

    As Fifth Harmony fans are still mourning Camila Cabillo's decision to leave the band, the songstress herself is getting candid about the ugly side of pop music.
    In a Lenny Letter interview with Lena Dunham, the 19-year-old discussed the pressure of appearing sexy in the public eye, and how she often felt objectified when she was in the group.
    "Especially with being in a girl group, there’s been a lot of times where people have tried to sexualize us to just get more attention," she said in
  • 5 Christmas Songs So Classic You Can Enjoy Them In January

    (Photo: Shutterstock)
    The holidays are behind us, but the chill in the air remains. For many people, the Christmas season is the best time of the year not only because of the festivities, but because of the holiday music that is only played for approximately six weeks every year. Well, before you put away your jingling bells for the year, here's a list of favourite Christmas songs that aren't Christmas songs at all. Here's some winter tunes you can enjoy right up until spring without feeling an
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  • Mariah Carey Says She's 'Mortified' Over New Year's Eve Performance

    Mimi's breaking her silence over the New Year's Eve performance seen 'round the world.
    It's been less than a week since Mariah Carey endured an embarrassing technical malfunction during what was supposed to be the highlight of "Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest" in New York City, but the legendary singer won't let a little thing like tech problems ruin her mojo even though she says she was "mortified."Mariah Carey performs during New Year's Eve 2017 in Time
  • 2016 Was So Bad, There Was A Horror Movie Trailer Made Out Of It

    From the loss of some of our most beloved icons like Prince, David Bowie and Carrie Fisher, to exploding cell phones and random clown attacks, 2016 could pretty much be summed up as one huge effing nightmare.In fact, 2016 was so bad, Friend Dog Studios decided to make an entire movie trailer out of it.
    And while the clip is likely meant to be satire, in reality, it's actually accurate AF.2017, for God's sake, please be good to us.
    Watch the full trailer above.
  • 16 Best Songs Of 2016: Music Was The Year's Only Saving Grace

    It's been an awful year in the music world just everywhere else. Bookended by the deaths of legends like David Bowie and George Michael, we also lost artists across the musical spectrum including Leonard Cohen, Phife Dawg, Glenn Frey, Merle Haggard, Maurice White, Sharon Jones and Prince.
    But as painful as it was to be a music fan in 2016, it's also been rewarding thanks to the great songs that came out this year—from Bowie's farewell address "Lazarus" which arrived three days before his d
  • 2016's Celebrity Deaths Should Make Us Smile With Gratitude

    I actually smiled when I read the headlines this morning: Debbie Reynolds dead at 84.How beautiful. A mother and daughter who were so close (soulmates, it seems) that Reynolds wanted to be "with Carrie" as soon as her daughter passed, to join her in the afterworld, in the light. I guess if one perceives death as a bad thing -- as many of the "2016 sucks" statements I'm reading online allude to -- then, yes, this is devastating.Why not turn it around to have a grateful heart which thanks these gr
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  • Why Saying Goodbye To Teenage Icons Makes Us So Sad

    His greatest hits on repeat this past Christmas night, George Michael sang me back to my youth, and as I lay eyes wide, staring at the ceiling, I was once again sprawled out on my twin bed, walls plastered with supermodels of the '90s where countless hours were spent daydreaming about boys and school, and contemplating the social devastation of a 10 p.m. curfew.
    The passing of childhood and adolescent idols seems to stir up memories that might otherwise stay forgotten; wrapped up in our adult li
  • Drake And J.Lo May Have Confirmed Dating Rumours On Instagram

    Oh love Gods of 2016, please let this be true.
    Canadian rapper Drake and superstar Jennifer Lopez may have just put those dating rumours to bed.The pair both posted the same cuddling picture on Instagram on Tuesday, and are possibly already finishing each other's sentences as well.The image, posted twice without a caption, shows the 30-year-old "Fake Love" rapper holding and snuggling with the 47-year-old singer. A photo posted by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on Dec 27, 2016 at 11:38pm PSTDati
  • In Memoriam: Notable Canadians We Lost In 2016

    Canada said goodbye to many notable Canadians this year — figures in politics, business and the arts who left their mark on many of us.
    We fired up the playlists to honour singer songwriter Leonard Cohen who passed away in November.And looked a little longer at the works of artists Daphne Odjig and Annie Pootoogook who both died this year.
    Politics is a divisive field but class and respect stood above all with the passing of politicians including MP Mauril Belanger and former Alberta premi
  • The Biggest Celebrity Divorces Of 2016

    Breakups are painful for pretty much everyone — even when your favourite celebrity duo calls it quits.
    From Hollywood's golden stars to music power couples to the twosome responsible for pretty much the entire "Underworld" series, we look at 24 couples who got divorced in 2016.While we only included married couples on our list, some of the most shocking splits of the year were between engaged couples like Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney, James Packer and Mariah Carey, and Ryan Phillippe and Pa
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  • Mariah Carey's Christmas Carpool Karaoke Is The Perfect Send-Off To 2016

    It's the perfect Carpool Karaoke to end 2016.
    In a special Christmas version of James Corden's popular TV segment that aired this week, Mariah Carey joins "The Late Late Show With James Corden" host to sing her holiday anthem, "All I Want for Christmas Is You."
    The twosome drive around Los Angeles in an SUV filled with presents in the backseat and a Christmas tree tied to the roof while singing Carey's classic 1994 song. For the occasion, the "Mariah's World" star dons a low-cut red leather jack
  • Bruno Mars And James Corden Are Perfect For Each Other On Carpool Karaoke

    Leave it to James Corden to end our year with the mostfun carpool karaoke yet.Bruno Mars joined the host of the "The Late Late Show with James Corden" on Tuesday for the latest edition of Corden's hit segment.The "24K Magic" singer talked to Corden about everything from Elvis to his new look to even his fake upcoming album, "Wine and Wet Wipes."
    And in true carpool karaoke fashion, the duo sing the 31-year-old's biggest hits like "Uptown Funk,""Locked Out Of Heaven" and "Grenade."Watch the full
  • Alan Thicke: Being Canadian Is A 'Unique Thing I Carry With Me'

    While Alan Thicke built a career in the U.S., he was born in Kirkland Lake, Ont., and loved to represent his Canadian roots and came up here whenever he could.
    Here are a few of Thicke's ties to his homeland:CANUCK TV: Thicke got his start on the small screen here, hosting the game show "First Impressions" in Montreal in the 1970s and his own talk show, "The Alan Thicke Show," in the early '80s.He also worked at the CBC, where his list of show credits included producing roles on "The Rene Simard
  • Alan Thicke Dead: Canadian Actor Passes Away At Age 69

    One of the most beloved TV dads, Alan Thicke, has died at the age of 69.
    A publicist for Thicke's son, singer Robin Thicke, said the actor died from a heart attack on Tuesday in Los Angeles. She had no further details.
    According to the Hollywood Reporter, Thicke had a heart attack while playing hockey with another son on Tuesday evening.
    Alan Thicke poses at the Daytime Emmy Awards in 2015. (Photo: Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)
    Born in Kirkland Lake, Ont., Thicke's most recognizable role was as
  • Cassettes Are Cool Again!

    Well let's face it -- cassettes were never actually cool. I remember as a teen flipping through CDs at the music store in the mall before settling for the cassette version of the album I wanted because I was a broke youth and tape was half the price. Compact Discs were awesome and I felt inadequate with my Walkman while the in-crowd had their anti-shock, mega bass Discmans. Damn those rich kids and their instant ability to choose which song to play...
    I was so cash-strapped that I'd often record
  • Syrian Refugee Children's Choir Charms Trudeau

    The House of Commons rotunda was alive with the sound of singing Syrian refugee children on Thursday.
    The kids, all between the ages of six and 13, performed classic and original songs before an audience that included Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Immigration Minister John McCallum and Liberal MP Arif Virani.Great voices & adorable kids. What a pleasure to hear the Syrian refugees of the @NaiKidsChoir perform today on the Hill. pic.twitter.com/T5QCv6Knhq— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudea
  • Céline Dion Opens Up About 'Bittersweet' Christmas Without René Angélil

    The holidays are often about family, and this year, Céline Dion is really missing her husband.
    The Quebec songstress recently spoke to Page Six about her holiday plans, as this year marks her first Christmas without René Angélil.
    As a family, the couple and their three sons would go to Montana for the holidays and this year, Dion plans on re-visiting the state as a way to remember her late husband.
    "I cannot just live on like, 'I lost my husband; my children have no father,'
  • Madonna's Carpool Karaoke Is Just As Entertaining As You'd Expect

    How has it taken this long for Madonna to appear on Carpool Karaoke?
    The singer appeared on the James Corden-hosted segment and it was just as entertaining as you'd expect from the legendary performer.
    The twosome drove around New York City and indulged in some twerking, tons of singing and even some rather candid conversations.
    After telling Corden she thinks "the best thing in the world is to be married to someone funny," she revealed she once "fully" French kissed Michael Jackson.
    Despite her
  • Naomi Judd Opens Up About Her Battle With Depression

    Naomi Judd has stepped back into the spotlight to discuss her battle with a mental illness.
    The country superstar revealed on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday that she has been diagnosed with severe depression.Naomi Judd attends the 2016 Pet Hero Awards at Gotham Hall on October 7, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Pont/Getty Images)
    “What I’ve been through is extreme. My final diagnosis was severe depression,” Judd told Robin Roberts during the interview.
    "Treatment resis
  • Gord Downie Weeps After Given Spirit Name 'Man Who Walks Among The Stars'

    Gord Downie closed his eyes and wept while indigenous leaders honoured him for his work bringing new national attention to Canada’s sordid legacy of residential schools.
    The Tragically Hip frontman was wrapped in a star blanket — representative of love, kindness, protection and warmth — during the Assembly of First Nations special chiefs meeting in Gatineau, Que. on Tuesday.
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau looks on as Gord Downie is honoured with a blanketing ceremony by Assembly
  • Grammy Nominations 2017: Beyoncé Leads The Pack

    NEW YORK — The Grammy Awards are sipping all of Beyoncé's lemonade.
    The pop star is the leader of the 2017 Grammys with nine nominations, including bids for album of the year with "Lemonade,'' and song and record of the year with "Formation.'' The singer, who already has 20 Grammys, is also the first artist to earn nominations in the pop, rock, R&B and rap categories in the same year.
    Behind Beyoncé are Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West, who scored eight nominations each.Beyo
  • Lady Gaga Reveals She Has PTSD: 'I Suffer From A Mental Illness'

    Pop icon Lady Gaga has revealed an ongoing battle with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), part of the emotional fallout from having been raped as a teenager.The singer-songwriter made the revelation during a television interview on Monday at a New York homeless shelter for gay and lesbian (LGBT) youth.
    "I told the kids today that I suffer from a mental illness — I suffer from PTSD," said Gaga, speaking to NBC television's "Today Show" program.Lady Gaga attends the British Fashion Award
  • Woman Calls Cops After Dude Keeps Whistling 'Closing Time'

    Is "Closing Time" by American band Semisonic a good song? Or is it actually a lullaby that garbage bags sing to their rubbish offspring every night?It's the latter. We might never know, but one thing is for sure: whistling the song repeatedly can apparently drive people crazy.
    Take the case of a woman in Oregon, who called the cops earlier this month to report a man "obnoxiously" whistling the '90s hit near her driveway.
    The woman told the whistler to "shut up" after he repeatedly pushed the sou
  • 500 Miles (From Donald Trump) Will Have You Humming For The Next 4 Years

    Disillusionment and anger over the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president has sparked protests, warnings, and concern. Well, now there's a damn catchy tune.Da da da (da da da)!
    John Johnston put his feelings about Trump to The Proclaimers' hit from the late '80s, "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)." He wrote the lyrics as part of an event called Weird Al Karaoke, which features people performing original parody songs.
    Da da da (da da da)!
    Johnson is a Brit originally from Shepherd's Bush in London, a
  • The Arts Make A Surprising Ally In Raising Climate Awareness

    When I was in school, my favourite subjects were math and the sciences -- fields well suited to a personality that thrived on facts, data and certainty.
    My least favourite subjects were humanities and the arts. They introduced vagueness, interpretation and other uncomfortable notions that challenged my neat black-and-white views of the world.
    But with the wisdom of a few years, I've come to appreciate that not everyone sees the world through the frank lens of science. That's partly why, despite
  • Restore The Rights Of Canada's Music Creators

    Graham Henderson is president and CEO of Music Canada.By Graham Henderson
    (Adapted from his Nov. 1, 2016 speech to The Economic Club of Canada)
    In 2003, the idea that creators were entering a new Golden Age was widely embraced by artists, the media, policymakers and others worldwide.Peer-to-peer file sharing had become the default way for people to access music for free, and the iPod had taken mobile digital music into the mainstream. The digital era, it was believed, would usher in a utopia fo
  • Make The Music Industry Fair Again For Canada's Creators

    Graham Henderson is president and CEO of Music Canada.By Graham Henderson
    (Adapted from his Nov. 1, 2016 speech to The Economic Club of Canada)
    In 2003, the idea that creators were entering a new Golden Age was widely embraced by artists, the media, policymakers and others worldwide.Peer-to-peer file sharing had become the default way for people to access music for free, and the iPod had taken mobile digital music into the mainstream. The digital era, it was believed, would usher in a utopia fo
  • Selena Gomez Gives Tearful AMAs 2016 Speech: 'I Was Absolutely Broken'

    LOS ANGELES — Selena Gomez told the American Music Awards audience that even though she had everything, "I was absolutely broken.''
    Gomez made the remarks Sunday as she accepted the award for favourite pop/rock female artist.
    In her first public appearance since taking time off to treat depression and anxiety, the 24-year-old singer acknowledged that the public knows "a lot of my life, whether I like it or not.''Selena Gomez accepts the award for Favorite Female Artist - Pop/Rock onstage d
  • Singing Leonard Cohen Songs Keeps The Darkness At Bay

    As a teenager growing up in Vancouver in the 70's, I was always enamoured of a tale my mother told that, if fate had dictated, could have made me Leonard Cohen's love child.
    It was 1966 and he was a young poet on tour. She was a 22-year-old half-Lebanese beauty, working my father through university. I was a good two years away from incarnation.
    They met at one of his readings on SFU campus, and she invited him for a dinner oftaboulehand svihah, giving him her number. A few hours later he rang, b
  • Michael J. Fox Strikes A Familiar Pose Rocking Out At Fundraiser For Parkinson's Disease Research

    He's still got it.
    Actor and activist Michael J. Fox rocked out on stage with Dave Matthews Band over the weekend, performing the classic song "All Along the Watchtower."
    It was part of the Michael J. Fox Foundation's annual gala in New York City, called "A Funny Thing Happened on The Way to Cure Parkinson's"The Canadian-born actor's performance was a sweet reminder of a certain high school dance in "Back To The Future," one of Fox's most famous films.
    Enchantment Under The Sea, anyone?
    Fox has
  • Leonard Cohen's Son, Adam, Shares Raw Tribute To Late Father

    Shortly after burying his father with close family and friends Saturday, Adam Cohen posted a touching tribute to his late dad, Leonard Cohen."There’s so much I wish I could thank him for, just one last time," the 44-year-old writes. "I’d thank him for the comfort he always provided, for the wisdom he dispensed, for the marathon conversations, for his dazzling wit and humor."
    Leonard Cohen, performs live onstage at De Doelen (Photo by Rob Verhorst/Redferns/Getty)
    The legendary Canadia
  • Kate McKinnon SNL Cold Opening Stuns With "Hallelujah"

    "Saturday Night Live" punctuated the U.S. election with sharp, funny, and ironic comedy sketches. It decided to take a more sombre turn in the first show since Donald Trump's presidential victory.
    Kate McKinnon reprised her Hillary Clinton character, dressed in a cream pantsuit, but this time seated at a piano.
    Then she put a voice to how millions of people have felt this week. (Watch video above.)
    In three minutes, McKinnon's "Hallelujah" brought into focus a broken nation, a search for answers
  • 22 Of The Coolest People From Mississauga

    A 30-minute commute from Toronto, Mississauga is Canada's sixth largest city.Home of the "The Marilyn Monroe Towers" and quaint neighbourhoods like Streetsville and Port Credit, the city actually has a larger population than Vancouver and Quebec City.
    And with so much history that goes back to the 1600s, Mississauga has developed quite the charm as well as an array of talent.
    Even Colonel Sanders, the man behind KFC, lived in the city between 1965 to 1980 when he launched his fast-food chain in
  • Here's Leonard Cohen's Version Of 'Hallelujah' To Listen To 100 Times Today

    Canadian music legend Leonard Cohen passed away on Thursday at the age of 82, and as a result, so many of us are going back to his 1984 hit, "Hallelujah."
    The song, which was written and originally released by Cohen on the album "Various Positions," has been covered by artists like Jeff Buckley,k.d. lang, John Cale and more, Billboard reports.
    It was even played at the 2011 state ceremony for NDP leader Jack Layton and also repeatedly on VH1 after the 9/11 attacks in New York City.
    According to
  • Here's Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' To Listen To 100 Times Today

    Canadian music legend Leonard Cohen passed away on Thursday at the age of 82, and as a result, so many of us are going back to his 1984 hit, "Hallelujah."
    The song, which was written and originally released by Cohen on the album "Various Positions," has been covered by artists like Jeff Buckley,k.d. lang, John Cale and more, Billboard reports.
    It was even played at the 2011 state ceremony for NDP leader Jack Layton and also repeatedly on VH1 after the 9/11 attacks in New York City.
    According to
  • Canadian Musicians Pay Tribute To Leonard Cohen

    TORONTO — For many Canadian musicians who grew up listening to and being inspired by Leonard Cohen, his death on Thursday hit the saddest of notes.
    "I was just surprised, you know?'' said singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith in an interview from his Toronto home, as a Cohen song played softly in the background.
    Sexsmith called him a man of wisdom and an artist who raised the bar "pretty high for all us mortals.''Leonard Cohen performs live for fans at Rod Laver Arena on November 20, 2013 in Melb
  • Leonard Cohen Was Our Heart Of Darkness

    Leave it to Leonard Cohen, popular music's prophet of dark poetics, to flee his mortal coil at the bleakest moment possible.
    In a world where hate now stalks the highest corridors of power and roams high school hallways and social media side streets we are left here alone to mourn the loss of our man, the fedora-adorned intoner of pop parables that warned us this would happen:
    Everybody knows that the dice are loadedEverybody rolls with their fingers crossedEverybody knows the war is overEveryb
  • Leonard Cohen Songs To Ease The Loss Of The Legendary Artist

    He brought heartbreak, love, and redemption to life. His poetry burned bright against the music of his songs.That was Leonard Cohen. And now he's gone.The beloved Canadian poet, author, artist and musician died Thursday at age 82. But the music — his iconic music — transcends.From the ubiquitous "Hallelujah" with its many covers by a multitude of adoring superstars to the tortured longing of "Suzanne" to the menacing "Everybody Knows," his artistry is woven into the fabric of Canadia
  • CMAs Deny Removing Beyoncé-Dixie Chicks Performance From Their Sites

    It was one of the most talked about performances of 2016: Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks teamed up at the 2016 CMAs on Nov. 2 to perform "Daddy Lessons" from Bey's hit album, "Lemonade."
    However, people soon noticed that the show-stopping performance was removed from the CMA website and their social media accounts..@CountryMusic, why did you delete your tweets referring to @Beyonce's performance at the #CMAawards50?— deray mckesson (@deray) November 3, 2016On Thursday, the CMAs regram
  • Taylor Swift Is 2016's Highest-Paid Woman In Music

    Presiding over Forbes' annual ranking of earnings for women in music is Taylor Swift, estimated to have accrued $170m USD in 2016 compared to next highest earner, Adele, at $80.5m.
    Swift's earning power comes from her global concert tour, the 1989 World Tour, an 85-show, eight-month event that pulled in over $250m.
    She has also sold 3 million albums or album equivalents and engaged in endorsements for Apple, Diet Coke, Keds and other branded commercial products.
    While concert tours and advertisi
  • Beyoncé Wows Country Stars With 2016 CMAs Performance Of 'Daddy Lessons'

    Beyoncé on Wednesday seized the spotlight at the Country Music Association Awards by cheerily performing a fusion song, in a powerful if unstated message on US race relations.
    The pop superstar, whose appearance at the awards in Nashville had not been previously announced, took the stage without an introduction and sang a track off her latest album with country veterans Dixie Chicks seamlessly joining in.
    The song, "Daddy Lessons," already had a country twang but the live version went ful
  • Céline Dion's Tribute To Late Husband René Angélil Will Warm Your Heart

    Let's make one thing clear: Céline Dion is still deeply in love with her late husband.The 48-year-old singer attended the Adisq Gala over the weekend in Montreal to accept an award on behalf of René Angélil.Angélil, who was Dion's manager for many years, was a big name in Quebec's music industry."Not only [was he] one of the greatest visionaries of the Quebec music industry. He was also one of the biggest fans of musical artists that ever existed," Dion said, accordin
  • Lady Gaga's 'Carpool Karaoke' Ride With James Corden Is The Best One Yet

    Holy vocals!
    Lady Gaga was the most recent guest on James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke" segment on Tuesday, and let's just say it is a performance that will go down in "Carpool Karaoke" history.
    The 30-year-old singer and the host of the "The Late Late Show with James Corden" drove down the busy streets of L.A. singing some of Gaga's biggest hits like, "Poker Face," "Bad Romance" and "Born This Way." The duo even threw in a version of O-Town's 2011 single, "Liquid Dreams."
    And in true Gaga fashion,
  • Dean Brody On Songwriting: 'My Failures Have Made Me Better'

    Canadian country star Dean Brody is a major success now, but when he was just starting out as a songwriter, he says there were a lot of failures.
    "I think of my early songwriting days, I wrote some terrible songs, like shitty songs," the 41-year-old "Upside down" singer told the Huffington Post Canada in the video above."So... you learn from your mistakes until you get better... certainly as a songwriter, my failures have made me better."
    The artist has certainly come a long way from performing
  • Literature Has Long Been Radicalized By Music

    Bob Dylan's recent win of the Nobel Prize in Literature has raised eyebrows and has come with mixed feelings within the literati community. There are persons who see the academy's decision to award Dylan this coveted prize as "misguided and questioned whether songwriting, however brilliant," deserves to be ranked at the same standard as literature.
    In The New York Times article, "Bob Dylan Wins Nobel Prize, Redefining Boundaries of Literature," the writers commented that the selection of Dylan t
  • Mike Downie: Let's Do More To Embrace Indigenous Canadians

    Mike Downie, second from left; Pearl Wenjack, third from left; and Gord Downie, fifth from left, participate in WE Day Toronto on Oct. 19, 2016 at the Air Canada Centre. (Photo: Vito Amati)
    Gord Downie was a special guest at WE Day Toronto. He wanted to be there to share his message with us. A few years ago Gord read an article that had been published in Macleans magazine in 1967, "The Lonely Death of Chanie Wenjack." Those of us at WE Day understood this and the call to action that comes with
  • The US Border Is Killing Canadian Bands

    On a map, Toronto looks like a great city for a band to be based in -- Detroit, Chicago, New York, Philly, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and Boston are all within a day's drive. Unfortunately though, thousands of dollars in fees and a quagmire of paperwork stand between Canadian bands and US audiences.Canadian groups headed to America have two choices: Stump up $2000-$5000 in border fees and union dues and wait weeks for a permit, or go without and risk a two to five year personal ban from
  • Details Of Taylor Swift's Alleged Groping Incident In 2013 Become Public

    New details of an alleged groping incident involving singer Taylor Swift and former DJ David Mueller have recently been made public by a judge.According to Billboard, last week a judge decided to seal a photo of the 26-year-old at a June 2013 meet-and-greet where the former DJ allegedly groped her.
    However, as the judge denied Swift's request to withhold other evidence in the case, the transcript of her July 26 deposition has been released.
    In the transcript, it notes the "Blank Space" singer's