To celebrate Canada Day, we’ve assembled a list of the country’s greatest musicians that cross all genres, eras, and provinces.
From awards-laden lyricists to those whose creativity has reached new heights of expression, these musicians could – and should – be considered poets.
The legendary jazz saxophonist shares the second track from his upcoming album Tone Poem, out March 12.
A look at some of the classic music inspired by the famous New York landmark.
A celebration of the best tracks that contain the human voice in narrative, rather than rhyming form.
It was the first Fairport album to feature Sandy Denny's unforgettable vocals and her addition to their songwriting talent pool.
The world-famous singer-songwriter had already taken part in many vocal pairings on disc by the time the 'Duets' album arrived in 1993.
The success of his seventh studio album was fuelled by the powerful hit single 'I Am...I Said.'
The Argentinian duo shared a captivating cover of ‘Treaty’ on the fourth anniversary of Cohen’s death.
Still known at this time by the name she came to dislike, Mama Cass, she released her debut solo album in October 1968.
Felix was an important figure on the folk scene from the 1960s onwards and a familiar face on British TV.
The new clip was directed by the band's frequent collaborator, Paul Thomas Anderson.
Hailing from the Queensland capital, Brisbane, the acclaimed quartet have made inroads into the mainstream over the past few years.
After Bob Dylan won the Nobel and pop songs are the new poetry, what other songwriters and artists are worthy of the award?
The “consciously not too preachy” songs, fuse Peyroux’s, at times political outlook, with glimpses into her personal world.