Five Questions With Jason Maxwell

Cover Photo Credit: Cassy Jade Back in June 2016, at the start of Summer Festival Season, I attended a Cabin Media show at The Kee To Bala. It was Chad Brownlee, along with Ty Baynton, and another opening act, an artist new to the music scene named Jason Maxwell. There was something about him that […]

Friday Playlist – De-Stress Playlist

Got a lot on your plate and are a bit overwhelmed? Need some time to relax and listen to music? We have the playlist for you. This is a compilation of the songs our writers feel can sooth the stress and make us the most relax. Have an amazing and relaxing weekend readers! Jordyn Meade-Baxter […]

Friday Playlist – Old School

Want a flashback? Here’s some “old school” songs our writers have come up with. We have writers of a range of ages, so some of these can be more old school than the other. This playlist may even remind you of the good ol’ days. Whatever the reaction, we hope you enjoy it. Jordyn Meade-Baxter […]

Friday Playlist- Songs to get you through winter

It’s no secret that most of Canada, especially the East Coast, has been hit with a massive amount of snow this past week. If you’re as tired of it as we are, you will appreciate this playlist. It’s packed full of songs that will get you through until this snow melts… so for some of […]

Friday Playlist – Lyrics to live by

We all have those songs where the lyrics just speak to us. So we decided it would be a great idea for a playlist. The team at Canadian Beats put our heads together and came up with all of these great songs that feature “Lyrics to live by”. Enjoy! Jenna Melanson I’m Jenna, and I […]

Year In Review – Best Tour of 2016 nominees

2016 is one for the record books but not before we reflect on the amazing accomplishments of some of our Canadian artists who happened to be nominated this year and our Canadian Beats awards. There were some pretty amazing tours that took place this year, and these five were among our favourites at Canadian Beats. […]

What’s the Big Deal Anyway? – Why The Tragically Hip’s Last Concert Closed a Country

Photo credit: Darren Eagles (Image is from The Tragically Hip’s concert at Casino Rama in September, 2015) Today should be a big day for me, I’m scheduled to shoot Blue Rodeo, icons of the Canadian music world, in the biggest non-festival venue I’ve ever shot in. Yet as I sit here in a Starbucks a few […]