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Brad Wheeler is an arts reporter with The Globe and Mail.
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The Leonard Cohen exhibit at Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal is not meant to say goodbye
Four female Canadian music producers on their dream studio gigs, from Shawn Mendes to Cher
The pop doc Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry is a cry for help
Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen launch Renegades: Born in the USA podcast
Iconic Canadian singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie reminisces on an eventful eight decades
Wait just a minute: There’s no Oscar Peterson music in the jazz icon’s new Heritage Minute?
‘I was born intense’: Dan Hill wears his emotions on his guitar strap
Black Canadian musicians on the artists who inspired them, from Aretha Franklin to Salome Bey
The Band’s Robbie Robertson on stage fright, Stage Fright and a hypnotist’s advice
Saturday Night Live might not be prime time, but it’s prime real estate for music guests
The Weather Station’s Ignorance is 2021’s first need-to-know album
When it came to the Super Bowl vs. The Grammys, The Weeknd made the right call
Closer to the park: St. Catharines commissions artwork to honour Rush drummer Neil Peart
Olivia Rodrigo’s pop hit Drivers License passes every test on its road to historical chart success
Master keyboardist Michael Fonfara played with Lou Reed and Downchild
With its daring film version of Handel’s Messiah, a small Canadian theatre company defied the pandemic and thrived
That time Ron Sexsmith left Robert Plant dazed and confused, and other weird instances of Canadian musicians meeting their idols
Never mind a peaceful transfer of power – give us the loud, star-studded inaugural concerts of the past
Was Phil Spector a murderer who produced records or record producer who murdered?
Who is Merck Mercuriadis and why did he just pay $150 million for a half stake in Neil Young’s song catalogue?