Patricia Cano was born in Sudbury, where she began her career on stage as a young dancer, and later, as a community theatre player.
Meshell Ndegeocello's music incorporates a wide variety of influences, including funk, soul, hip hop, reggae, R&B, rock, and jazz.
After winning numerous awards for playing, singing and writing the blues, Suzie Vinnick has finally put out a blues album under her own name.
Once pronounced by Bob Dylan as America’s “greatest living poet,” acclaimed singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson’s career spans over 4 decades of hits.
Aline Morales’ days of being Toronto’s best kept secret are over.
In our world of “flash-in-the-pan” singers and “here today, gone tomorrow” pop stars, it is a deserved treat to hear a beautiful tune rendered soulfully and with an authentic depth of emotion that onl
Erin Costelo has found her voice. She overthrows genre on her latest album, We Can Get Over, and her unmistakable vocals take centre stage.
Rita Chiarelli, Canada's most highly acclaimed female roots and blues artist, has just released the soundtrack for her award winning documentary, Music From The Big House, her 9th recording.
Best known for his work as a top shelf session trombone player -- having appeared everyone from the NOJO big band to salsa band CACHE -- Don Laws is also a highly regarded vocalist of the Bobby McFerr
Jazz vocalist Shannon Butcher connects with her audience not just with her outstanding voice, but also with her self-composed songs and her re-imagined jazz arrangements of contemporary pop hits.