New additions to the Canadian Music Week lineup announced

Canadian Music Week just keeps getting bigger and better with every announcement including Detroit M.C and G.O.O.D. Music, Gold selling artist BIG SEAN, indie rockers and JUNO Award winners THE STRUMBELLAS, Inuk throat singer, JUNO Award and Polaris Prize winner TANYA TAGAQ, Juno Award winning alt-folk duo WHITEHORSE, Canadian rock veterans 54•40, two-time JUNO Award winner DAN MANGAN, Toronto punk favourites TEENANGER, Ottawa pop-rockers NEW SWEARS, Montreal experimental collective YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN, Australian punks DUNE RATS, psych-pop duo TASSEOMANCY, Fillipina / Canadian rapper HAN HAN and more join an already extensive roster of acts.

Between April 18-23 CMW will take over downtown Toronto with over thirty official venues hosting the extensive array of musical talent.

New additions to the lineup include:
54•40
A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE
AMELIA CURAN
BOB MOULD
COMMON DEER
DAN MANGAN
DANIEL ROMANO
DUNE RATS
EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY
EYEBALLS
GENERATIONALS
HAN HAN
KASADOR
MATT MAYS
MIA MARTINA
NEW SWEARS
NQ ARBUCKLE
PAPA ROACH
PARTNER
THE STRUMBELLAS
SHOTGUN JIMMIE
SONDRE LERCHE
TANYA TAGAQ
TASSEOMANCY
TEENANGER
WEIGHT
WHITEHORSE
WILDLIFE
YAMANTAKA//SONIC TITAN

CMW TICKET INFO:
Festival Passes now on sale on cmw.net/music and Ticketweb.

Now in its 35th year, Canadian Music Week is recognized as one of the premiere entertainment events in North America focusing on the business of music. The Canadian Music Week festival spans 6 nights of performances, with hundreds of showcasing artists at more than 30 live music venues across downtown Toronto. All convention functions take place at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, 123 Queen Street West, Toronto.

I shoot live music performances and concerts. I love the excitement of entering a venue, knowing that I’ll be photographing a concert and enjoying the energy of the crowd. There’s nothing like being in a venue and looking at the expressions on the faces of people who are all transfixed by the talent onstage. I shoot about 120 shows each year, averaging 2 bands per show, as well as several all-day and weekend festivals in and around Southern Ontario. From the large venues to very small ones, bright lights or barely lit stages, I hope that my photos capture the enjoyment the artists have in doing what they love to do.