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Content Made by Canadians. Anne Murray - Official Website > Home. Canada's Iconic Rock Band. Canada Jazz - Canada's Finest Jazz Artists. Rascalz Biography. Rascalz have returned - ready and refocused.

Rascalz Biography

Reloaded. Van City veterans (which now features MCs Red1, Fit, and DJ Kemo offer up their latest full length release "Reloaded", comprised of solid tracks that take Rascalz to a new level. Rascalz, first broke ground in 1993, with their debut album "Really Livin". The title track won Best Rap Video at The MuchMusic Video Awards, and put them on the map as major players in the world of Canadian hip hop. Their sophomore effort, Cash Crop, was released in 1997. Rascalz would break ground in Urban music again in 1998, when they publicly refused their Juno Award (Best Rap Recording for Cash Crop), in protest to the Juno award system, which had not yet acknowledged the Urban music categories in their televised broadcasts. "We’ve reloaded, but we’re still on our mission," says Red1. "It’s reality music," says Red1. "Honest, but still with a way of keeping a sense of imagination to it.

" Tears Are Not Enough. The song was issued as a single by CBS Records in March of that year, and quickly reached number one on the Canadian Top 40 chart.

Tears Are Not Enough

It also finished #1 on the year-end Canadian charts for 1985. The song's video also received extensive airplay on MuchMusic. By 1990, the project had raised $3.2 million for famine relief projects in Africa. Ten percent of the funds raised were kept in Canada to assist Canadian food banks. Performers[edit] Solo vocalists (in order)[edit] Heard in duos or trios[edit] Chorus members[edit] Chorus members included: Instrumentation and production[edit] Recording process[edit] Joni Mitchell later spoke to writer Iain Blair about the recording experience: "I know it sounds ridiculous, but I was literally starving when we did the session 'cause my yoga teacher had sent me to a psychic dietician who, while rubbing her chin and swinging her arm around in a circle, had diagnosed a lot of food allergies.

“O Canada” “O Canada” is Canada’s national anthem.

“O Canada”

Originally called “Chant national,” it was written in Québec City by Sir Adolphe-Basile Routhier (words in French) and composer Calixa Lavallée (music), and first performed there on 24 June 1880. O Canada First Edition Calixa Lavallée appeared on the cover of the first edition of the words and music to "O Canada" (courtesy Musée du Seminaire de Québec). o canada! The musical score to canada's national anthem, O Canada! "O Canada": Amabile Youth Singers O Canada, terre de nos aieux / Ton front est ceint de fleurons glorieux, / Car ton bras sait porter l'épée, / Il sait porter la croix! Lavallée, Calixa. CARAS » About CARAS. About The Canadian music industry continues to be shaped and influenced by the degree of energy and enthusiasm invested by those who participate in it.


The future looks brighter than ever for Canadian music; our star system more impressive than ever. CARAS relies on the active participation of industry professionals like you to uphold the fundamental JUNO process; created specifically and solely to enhance our music industry through an annual, nationally televised awards show — the JUNO Awards. History. Félix Awards. Félix Awards.

Félix Awards

Annual awards gala established in 1979 by ADISQ to promote the Quebec recording industry and its artists. Félix Awards Félix Awards. Annual awards gala established in 1979 by ADISQ to promote the Quebec recording industry and its artists. The first president of ADISQ, Gilles Talbot, launched the idea of an annual gala because many Quebecois artists were dissatisfied that they were nominated only rarely to compete in the annual Juno Awards. The first Félix gala was held on 23 Sep 1979, at Montreal's Expo-Theatre. The annual gala grew rapidly in popularity and with television ratings reaching approximately two million viewers, the Gala de l'ADISQ-Prix Félix has become one of the most widely viewed special televised events in Quebec. The number and categories of awards have evolved over the years. Many other Félix trophies are awarded at a special non-televised ceremony preceding the gala.

Juno Awards. The Juno Awards are Canada’s music recording industry awards.

Juno Awards

They have been administered by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) since 1975. The Juno Awards are Canada’s music recording industry awards. They have been administered by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) since 1975, when the awards ceremony was first telecast. The popularity of the awards ceremony has grown significantly since 1995 when it was transformed from an industry function into a public event at an arena concert venue. In the early 2000s, the “Juno Week” ceremony was expanded to include public entertainment events such as the Songwriters' Circle, JunoFest, Juno Fan Fare and the Juno Cup charity hockey game. Origins. Joni Mitchell - Songwriter, Singer. Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, responsible for hits such as "Both Sides Now" and "Big Yellow Taxi," is widely considered 1960s and '70s folk royalty.

Joni Mitchell - Songwriter, Singer

Synopsis Joni Mitchell was born on November 7, 1943, in Fort Macleod, Canada. In 1968, she recorded her first, self-titled album. Other highly successful albums followed. Mitchell won her first Grammy Award (best folk performance) for her 1969 album, Clouds.