Month: March 2017

Patrick Norman: Beyond The Obvious

Peerless guitarist shares his creative pleasures, song by so...

Port Cities: Song camp meeting creates lasting bonds

Solo singer-songwriters combine forces in new trio

2017 JUNO Award Nominee Interview: Graham Walsh of Holy F__k

Sound Advice: How SOCAN facilitates songwriting

SOCAN Houses, Song Camps, Sound Lounge Writing Room

Leif Vollebekk: Spontaneous Generation

Vast majority of Twin Solitude recorded live, with his band

CSAs 2017 #ComposersWhoScore Interview: Matthew Schellenberg

2017 JUNO Award Nominee Interview: Heather Bambrick

CSAs 2017 #ComposersWhoScore: Michael White

Michel Robidoux: A Pro’s Pro

Legendary 73-year-old guitarist finally launches debut album

Urvah Khan: “The First of Something”

Pakistani-Canadian blends punk, rap, rock, world music

CSAs 2017 #ComposersWhoScore Interviews: Jeff Toyne

Kid Koala: Charting The Course

Turntable prodigy presents “utilitarian” album

Ian Janes: Yes Man

Husband and father returns to music, full-time

CSAs 2017 #ComposersWhoScore Interview: Geoff Bennet & André Hirz

CSAs 2017 #ComposersWhoScore Interview: Peter Chapman (a.k.a. Coins)

CSAs 2017 #ComposersWhoScore Interview: Steve London

Paul Piché: 40 Years in 10 Songs

Stories of the songs from the man and his collaborators

Jenson Vaughan: Just Getting Started

Late-blooming pro songwriter has co-written for Madonna, Bri...

Vincent Vallières: Time for Living

His musical legacy springs forward on accomplished, serene n...

2017 JUNO Award Nominee Interview: Coleman Hell