Author: Howard Druckman


In the Spotlight: Ebhoni

Vulnerable songwriter takes control of her craft

Apply now for new SOCAN Foundation career development grant program

Open to eligible SOCAN member music creators and publishers

Black Canadian music creators can apply now for #YouTubeBlack Voices Fund

Program expands to various countries around the world in 202...

Mother Mother: Seasoned band explodes on TikTok

While new album documents life “Inside”

SOCAN members elect Board of Directors for 2021-’24 term

Nine writer members, nine publisher members

Delachute: The Masked Singer

Montréal’s indie-pop mystery artist intrigues and impress...

Jennifer Brown Appointed SOCAN CEO

First woman to lead Canada's largest music and visual arts r...

SOCAN Satellite Sessions: Allison Russell

Fourth of four exclusive weekly videos for Black Music Month

Only Québec music to be used in Québec government buildings from now on

And $1,115,000 earmarked for promotional campaign, “Écout...

Register now for SOCAN Foundation / TuneCore Creative Entrepreneur Summit for Emerging Music Creators

L’événement inaugural offre un apprentissage par l’exp...

Trille Or Awards 2021 honour French Canadian music

Mehdi Cayenne wins three more, including Best Songwriter

SOCAN Classics: “Le Train” – Vilain Pingouin (1990)

The band’s best-known song has stood the test of time

Leonard Sumner earns 2021 Indigenous Songwriter Award

With $10,000 prize, as part of the Indigenous Music Awards

SOCAN Satellite Sessions: BOYFRN

Third of four exclusive weekly videos for Black Music Month

Vote now for SOCAN Songwriting Prize 2021 finalists!

Brilliant Canadian songwriting didn't miss a beat last year

Video Interview: Staying Home with renforshort

We chat with rising pop star on release of sophomore off sai...

Poesy: The Launch, Lipson, and a little luck

Constant co-writing “has made me a way more outgoing perso...

Noé Talbot: Creativity born of constraints

“I’m thankful for all the bumps in the road”

Two of Cano’s classics inducted to the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame

"Dimanche après-midi" and "Baie Sainte-Marie"

Video: JUNOs 2021 – Kaytranada

Virtual press room interview with winner of Dance Recording ...

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