Happy Valentines Day ❤️ This year we put together a playlist of Re:Sound staff picks! Featuring both love songs and… https://t.co/b1QAppkABx
The correct answer is... C! Despite an 8.1% growth, the total music industry revenues for 2017 were only 68% of th… https://t.co/CA0JMGOil3
Submissions for Showcase PEI 2019 are now open. The showcase runs from September 30th - October 3rd but you only ha… https://t.co/8AfPUviRZ5
Happy February! To get ready for Valentine's Day, we dressed up our logo. What do you think? ❤️ https://t.co/cg0tuEmfk5
Are you an artist or industry pro in need of help creating a career plan? Learn how to set & achieve your goals and… https://t.co/baW9dGsTPb
And the answer is... C! About 70% of music listeners use the radio while at home. Surprised? Learn more music stati… https://t.co/yfwhLwMNCX
The Indigenous Resilience in Music group launched the Isitsiipotaako music and art program last week at the… https://t.co/ONFrZYQ06w
We are thrilled to be attending the 2019 Juno’s Nominations Announcement today! Tune in live at… https://t.co/0W8HmxTxQp
The January Music Meeting conference ends today! For six years JMM has been providing Manitoba’s music community wi… https://t.co/KzrAJ9kanw
Are you an Alberta musician who would like information and education on artist development strategies? Rob Lanni, c… https://t.co/zBsxJGgOXo
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