Photo by Andre Furtado on Pexels.com June 29,2020, the 2020 Juno Awards took place virtually last night, instead of in person. Congratulations to all the winners of this year's event. Performances The virtual performances were fantastic. The creativity was impressive to watch and hear. -The first one was Dead South performing their hit Diamond Ring in Saskatchewan, … Continue reading 2020 Junos Editorial
June 28, 2020, the 2020 BET Awards took place virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Amanda Seales hosted this year's edition. She gave a powerful monologue about the current issues. Besides musical performances, incredible moments honoured black people, such as the first Black Valedictorian of Princeton University. Roddy Ricch was the first performer of the … Continue reading 2020 BET Awards – Editorial
June 27, 2020, marks the 50th anniversary of Queen with the new name for the band. On this day in 1970 was the start of an incredible journey for this legendary group. Previously, the band's name used to be Smile. When Freddie Mercury joined the group, the name eventually became "Queen." Freddie Mercury designed the … Continue reading Queen: 50th Anniversary
Norwegian singer Ulrikke has a new single entitled What Would You Do For Love. It tells the story of how people behave when they start a new relationship, including the mixed emotions one feels. The music is Pop. The composition is fantastic and upbeat, full of cheer and joy. The rhythm is flowy and easy to follow, … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Ulrikke – What Would You Do For Love?
Canadian and Quebecois artist Patrice Michaud has released a new single entitled La Grande Évasion (the great escape). The song is about a journey through life, a metaphor for wanting to get away, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Patrice Michaud wrote and composed La Grande Évasion. The music is French Pop/Folk. The guitar and the piano complement the … Continue reading Single Saturdays: Patrice Michaud – La Grande Évasion