Breakout loud/hard band Spiritbox and instrumental group Intervals played a show at History nightclub in downtown Toronto on May 4, 2023. Check out our photos of their explosive performances, below! (Spiritbox photos are in colour; Intervals photos are in black and white.)

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SOCAN was pleased and proud to present SOCAN No. 1 Song Awards to Adam Shomer, Sara Diamond, Luca Mauti, and Nathan Ferraro, for their roles as co-writers and/or co-producers of four songs that topped various charts in 2022 – as follows:

SOCAN presented the No. 1 Award to Adam Shomer, for his contribution to “No Love For You,” performed by Regard and Drop-G, and published by Reliant 1 Music. The song topped the Mediabase U.S Dance Chart on Dec. 17, 2022.

Sara Diamond earned a No. 1 Song Award for her co-write of “Flowers Need Rain” performed by her co-writers Preston Pablo and Banx & Ranx, and published by Sony/ATV Allegro. The song reached No. 1 on both the CBC Music Top 20 on Oct. 3, 2022,  and the Billboard Canada Mainstream Adult Contemporary chart on Jan. 9, 2023.

We presented Luca Mauti with his No. 1 honour for his co-production on “Hurt Me So Good,” performed by Jazmine Sullivan, and co-published by Warner Chappell Music Publishing. The song reached the peak of the Billboard Adult R&B Airplay Chart on Dec. 10, 2022. Mauti’s SOCAN co-writers/producers DZL and Akeel Henry also received their plaques, in 2022.

Nathan Ferraro received his No. 1 plaque for co-writing “Revolver,” performed and co-written by bülow, that topped the CBC Music Top 20 on July 22, 2021. The song is co-published by Hyvetown Music Publishing, Arts & Crafts Music, and Universal Music Publishing Canada, and is co-written by SOCAN members Mike Wise and DCF (a.k.a. David Charles Fischer). Other SOCAN member stakeholders in “Revolver” will be awarded at a later date.

Québécoise singer-songwriter Diane Dufresne, jazz pianist and composer Dr. Oliver Jones, rock band Trooper, and country singer-songwriter Terri Clark were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame on May 18, 2023, at Studio Bell in Calgary.

Clark, Dufresne, and Trooper performed at the ceremony, CBC on-air personality Julie Nesrallah hosted the event, and Jann Arden and vocalist Ranee Lee were among the presenters. Lee and pianist Robi Botos performed a tribute to Jones, who was in the audience, and 2022 inductee Deborah Cox also made a special appearance.

We congratulate all of these SOCAN members on such great achievements!

Canadian Music Hall Of Fame, Inductions, 2023, Diane Dufresne, Oliver Jones, Terri Clark, Trooper
Click on the photo above to watch the entire induction ceremony on CBC Gem