Celine Dion hits No. 1 on Billboard 200 after 17 years
Celine Dion’s album Courage is at the top of Billboard 200 in over 17 years. It marks a strong comeback for the artist as 113,000 copies of the album were sold within the first week of its release on Nov. 15.  Dion was last seen reaching number one album... Read more
blink 182’s impact on the Toronto music scene
From saving marriages to inspiring musicians, the SoCal pop-punk trio has left its stamp on the Toronto music scene. Blink 182 recently released their ninth studio album. The band decided to name it NINE. NINE shows a change in the band’s sound but sticks to its roots. The Rolling... Read more
Entertainment News – November 13
Lucas Laporta from Skedline brings you the top entertainment stories for November 13, 2018.   Read more
Local bands meet philanthropy to make music
From alternative rock to funk-influenced electronic music, March 2 The Funk IV is a six-night festival held across the GTA in six different venues featuring 25 local acts. Hosted by The Cosmic Circle, an Oakville-based event coordinating company, the festival wraps up on Sunday with a fundraiser for YMCA... Read more
DIY music venues in Toronto still facing uncertainty over closures
Countless music venues in Toronto have been announcing their closure recently forcing city councillors to take notice. In the last few weeks that list has been growing at an unnerving rate leaving musicians and fans wondering what’s being done to preserve these spaces. While city council is holding meetings... Read more
2017 JUNO Award nominees announced
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) announced today the nominees for the 46th Annual JUNO Awards during a press conference at REBEL Nightclub in Toronto. JUNO Week 2017 will take place in Ottawa from March 27 through April 2, 2017, and a live broadcast of The 2017 JUNO Awards... Read more
HMV stores close as music streaming sites grow
On Jan. 27 Canada lost one of its last retail music stores: HMV. The company had been bleeding money for years and owes its major suppliers, including music labels and media studios, $56 million as of Dec. 31. In an attempt to pay back some of their losses, the company... Read more
Humber alumnus releases debut EP
For a handful of years Honours Bachelor of Music graduate Milan Boronell has shared his voice and musical talents within the Humber College and Athletics communities at everything from banquets, competitions to national anthems. Now the singer/songwriter has reached a new octave in the music scene with his debut... Read more
Toronto Silent Film Festival speaks through music
The live music of silent films was the focus of a weekend festival in Toronto. The Toronto Silent Film Festival showed a collection of films from the early half of the 20th Century at the Royal Cinema on College Street on Saturday. The festival’s special guest was Ben Model, a film historian,... Read more
Skedline’s April live-music roundup
Now that spring is finally beginning to show its true colours, it’s the perfect time to head out and see some live music in the city. Skedline brings you event listings for 10 of the most popular venues in Toronto, along with some of our most anticipated shows. XXYYXX (April... Read more