We've given the world Leonard Cohen and the Tragically Hip. But also B4-4.
In 2013, more than ever before, Canadian music didn't just follow what was going on in the rest of the world — a world where
You could call it the Canadian musician's equivalent of a double double: a hit song getting placed in a Tim Hortons ad. Classified's
File this under "things you won't see at most music festivals": a white rapper from the East Coast performing a song called
A couple months ago after a Classified show in Edmonton, I ran into a fan. He looked at me, amazed, and said: "Hey, aren't you the guy who plays the nerd in the video?" I sure am. I don't play the nerd, I AM the nerd. I'm now living a bit of a double life.
The televised Michael Bublé-hosted portion of the 2013 Juno Awards in Regina may be The Big Show, but Saturday's non-televised
According to Tom Cochrane, life is a highway we need to ride all night long. But when you throw a pile of Canadian musicians