Music Notes

The Vancouver-based singer-songwriter is a huge star in Asia, but in Canada and the U.S., she's still relatively unknown.
This November, environmentalist David Suzuki will share a Vancouver stage with singer-songwriter Neil Young.
Founder Adam Rayburn was eager to explain that he’s really “not as big a douche” as he might sound, having named the event after himself.
Sinoia Caves’ soundtrack to the 2010 movie Beyond the Black Rainbow gets a long-awaited release on September 2.
The incredible 20,000 Days on Earth screens for one night at the Vancity.
The removal of a regulation requiring international musicians to obtain work permits for some venues has been met with “a big sigh of relief” from B.C.’s music industry association.
Michael Bublé may travel the world, singing to sold-out crowds of hundreds in places like London, Sydney, and L
If there’s a distinct lack of français in Make Music Vancouver, the same can’t be said about the Festival d’Été Francophone de Vancouver.
Make Music Vancouver returns to Water Street for its fourth year running.
The sixth annual PEAK Performance Project kicked off at Fortune Sound Club this evening with the announcement of the top 12 B.C. artists.