Musicians

The Recording Academy has donated $150,000 (all dollar figures are U.S.) to GLAAD, the world's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) media advocacy organization, to...
Bret Michaels, best known as the lead singer of rock band Poison, is also a philanthropist who launched the non-profit Bret Michaels Life Rocks Foundation. Michaels will put his moonbeam...
Toronto singer/songwriter Rufus John has created The Freedom Marching Project, a musical, multimedia and fundraising initiative inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and civil rights...
Hyghly Allenye, The Weeknd’s official tour photographer and co-founder of the XO label, has made some of his never-before-seen Super Bowl LV photos of the international music star available...
The premiere of Theo Tams: One Last Chance will stream for free on the Hot Docs web site Jan. 20, in advance of Bell Let’s Talk Day, the communication giant’s campaign to raise funds and...
With the live music industry still not up-and-running due to covid-19 and its latest aggressive variant, demand for the financial and mental health services offered by Canadian music industry charity...
Musician turned politician Joe Keithley initiated the Harmony for All musical instrument lending program in Burnaby, B.C. in 2019, but it will kick into a higher gear in April. Keithley said...
American folk singer/songwriter Michael Johnathon, host of the WoodSongs Old Time Radio Hour, has launched the WoodSongs Tornado Relief Effort to replace damaged or lost musical instruments for...
Polaris Music Prize recipient Haviah Mighty, whose latest release is a mixtape called Stock Exchange, has launched a Black-owned business giveway, Dragon’s Den style. The Canadian rapper is...
Singer, songwriter, musician and producer Joe Walsh is inviting people to his basement Dec. 18 for a virtual fundraising concert, with lots of extras, to support his VetsAid non-profit organization...

Pages