October 17 marks one year since Gord Downie's death. It's time for tribute concerts honouring not only his work, but his hope for real strides toward reconciliation.
The good news is it'll be slightly more difficult to find Alex Jones online. The bad news is, he's already done the damage and others might step up to fill the void.
It might be of some comfort to learn there was no evidence of self-harm on Dolores O'Riordan's body when she died in January.
Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul and one of the most important women in music history, has lost her fight with pancreatic cancer.
We've lost other iconic music venues, but Seattle's Showbox doesn't have to be one of them. Some of the city's biggest names are working to prevent the theatre's destruction.
Social media and podcasting sites are taking a stand against a vile, soulless cretin who doesn't deserve any platforms at all. They should ban him altogether.
The Canadian music community is mourning the loss of longtime Big Sugar bassist Garry Lowe.
Sure, the U.S. might seem more sue-happy than Canada, but that doesn't mean the Great White North is without legal drama in the music world.
Everything you need to know but were afraid (or forgot) to ask about Canada's move to legalize recreational pot use.
It's finally here: YouTube's long-promised Music platform, promising streaming, exclusive music and multiple ways to hear the songs you love.
Host of an Emmy-winning show, vivid writer, renown chef Anthony Bourdain died Friday at age 61.
A fond farewell to the man who kept kids entertained on Saturday mornings and inspired millions more by bringing games into the family living room.
A song inspired by revolution and defiance became an anthem for individuality (and those who still don't get it).
The US FCC says it will begin its work to roll back net neutrality regulations on June 11. That date should be read with some skepticism.