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Dallas Green and Sarah Harmer to honour Gord Downie at 2018 JUNO Awards

By: Staff – Canadian singer-songwriters Dallas Green andSarah Harmer are teaming up for a special tribute performance honouring Gord Downie at the 2018 JUNO Awards on March 25th at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. Two-time JUNO winner Harmer and four-time JUNO winner Green (also known as City and Colour and member of Alexisonfire) will pay homage … Continue reading

Hedley singer Jacob Hoggard accused of rape

By: Curtis Sindrey – In a new interview with CBC, an Ottawa woman has accused Hedley lead singer Jacob Hoggard of rape. The unnamed 24-year-old woman attended Algonquin College when she first connected with Hoggard in Nov. 2016. She served as a volunteer at the WE Day Concert in Ottawa, where Hedley were scheduled to perform. They … Continue reading

Hedley loses management team, tour opening band, radio support following sexual misconduct allegations

By: Curtis Sindrey – Juno Award-winning band Hedley has lost their Canadian tour opener, Neon Dreams, radio station support, and their management team, following sexual misconduct allegations that came to light earlier this week. Canadian four-piece EDM band, Neon Dreams, who was scheduled to open for Hedley on their ongoing “Cageless Tour”, posted a statement to their … Continue reading

Hedley Allegedly Investigated for Drugging Underage Fan in 2005

By: Curtis Sindrey – In a new interview with Exclaim, former general manager of London, ON music venue The Embassy, Rob Bazinet claims that Juno Award-winning band Hedley were allegedly investigated for drugging an underage fan after a performance in 2005. Bazinet recalls the concert took place on September 18th, 2005. “All day, they were jerks to everybody,” Bazinet recalls. … Continue reading

Hedley Responds to Sexual Misconduct Allegations

By: Curtis Sindrey – In a new statement posted to their official Facebook page, Juno Award-nominated band Hedley responded to several allegations of sexual misconduct after the hashtag #outHedley2k18 surfaced on Twitter. Read the full statement below. In addition, the Juno Awards announced via Twitter that the band would no longer be performing at the 2018 Juno Awards in … Continue reading

Hedley Accused of Sexual Misconduct

By: Curtis Sindrey – Juno Award-nominated band Hedley has been accused of sexual misconduct after the hashtag #outHedley2k18 surfaced on Twitter. Now fans are petitioning the Juno Awards to cancel the band’s performance at this year’s ceremony at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on March 25th. In a statement to ET Canada, Juno Awards President and CEO, Allan Reid offered this … Continue reading

Juno Awards Announce 2018 Nominees

By: Staff –   The nominees for the 47th Annual JUNO Awards were announced today by The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) at a press conference at The Great Hall in Toronto. Arcade Fire leads off with four nominations: Single of the Year*, Album of the Year*, Group of the Year* and … Continue reading

Juno Awards Announce 2019 Host City

By: Staff – The JUNO Awards will be heading to London, Ontario for The 2019 JUNO Awards along with all JUNO Week festivities, March 11 – March 17, 2019. The 48th Annual JUNO Awards will be broadcast live from Budweiser Gardens, on Sunday March 17, 2019. In support of the 2019 celebrations, the City of London has … Continue reading

Barenaked Ladies to be inducted into Canadian Music Hall of Fame

By: Staff –   The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) has announced the 2018 inductee into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame will be world-renowned rockers Barenaked Ladies – Ed Robertson, Jim Creeggan, Kevin Hearn and Tyler Stewart – alongside original member, co-founder and singer-songwriter Steven Page. The band celebrates their 30th anniversary this year, marking three decades as … Continue reading

2018 JUNO Master Class Winners Announced

By: Staff – The JUNO Awards announced today that Caveboy, Ivory Hours, and Quake Matthews have been selected as the 2018 JUNO Master Class winners. Chosen by a jury comprised of JUNO alumni (Lights, Kardinal Offishall, Arkells frontman Max Kerman, among others), this year’s winners will receive support from Canada’s premier artist development program to … Continue reading