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Interview: Dr. Chris Gibbs Talks Return of Live Music, Socially Distanced Concerts, & The Future of Entertainment

By: Sasha Lindsay – Dr. Chris Gibbs, Chair, School of Creative Industries, Faculty of Communication and Design at Ryerson University discusses the roadmap to recovery for live events, touches on nostalgia’s role in increased digital revenue, the theatrical side that is emerging in live events, how music and community will still thrive with safety measures being met … Continue reading

Dark Days for Toronto’s Live Music Venues: New Study Finds Venues at Risk of Closure

By: Staff – A new study measuring the economic and cultural impact of Toronto’s live music venues was released today at a virtual news conference by the City of Toronto and the Canadian Live Music Association. The long-awaited study entitled Re:Venues: A Case and Path Forward for Toronto’s Live Music Industry, outlines the contributions and status of … Continue reading

Year in Review: The Best Concerts of 2013

Of the hundreds of concerts (both good and bad) that we covered this year, we made some tough choices on what we think were the best live music this year had to offer. From R. Kelly’s smooth lyrical flow at Bonnaroo, Fucked Up’s wild as usual party at NXNE, Bjork’s on-stage eccentricity at both Bonnaroo and … Continue reading