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Re:Wind 2022 – Back to Live

This year marks the 10th Anniversary of Re:Sound’s annual fundraising concert: “Re:Wind 2022: Back To Live”. This year’s show will take place at Toronto’s Lee’s Palace on Thursday, September 29, 2022 at 6:30 p.m., and will once again feature musical performances from our very own Re:Sound and Entandem colleagues, industry professionals, as well as some […]

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Fairness for Music Creators: Re:Sound calls for urgent changes to the Copyright Act

Fairness for Music Creators: Re:Sound calls for urgent changes to the Copyright Act Updated Legislation is critical lifeline for Canadian music creators   Toronto, ON, April 28, 2022 – Ahead of the National Summit on the Future of the Arts, Culture and Heritage Sectors on May 2 to 4, Re:Sound and its members are urging […]

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Re:Wind 2021 raises $40,000 for charity

On September 16, Re:Sound and Entandem hosted their annual Re:Wind fundraising concert, “Re:Wind 2021: The Virtual Prom”. This year’s virtual concert featured standout performances by Re:Sound and Entandem staff, as well as our friends a CMRRA, SOCAN and Music Canada. It also featured a special guest appearance by Jazz duo sensation Dizzy and Fay. You […]

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Denis Dinsmore joins Re:Sound as Vice President, Finance & Administration

TORONTO, Canada, May 3, 2021 – Today, Re:Sound welcomes Denis Dinsmore as its new Vice President, Finance & Administration. “Denis joins Re:Sound at an exciting time – we launched a new strategic plan earlier this year, and the organization is in the midst of several significant enterprise wide projects,” said Lou Ragagnin, Re:Sound’s CEO and […]

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Jess Knights: Pandemics and perseverance

Calgary soul-roots singer-songwriter Jess Knights played her last gig on March 13th. She’d spent the first few months of 2020 gearing up for the release of her first feature length album, Best Kind of Light. The release strategy included that mid-March show to debut some of her new material.

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Re:Sound statement on The Speech From the Throne

In yesterday’s Speech from the Throne, the federal government reaffirmed its commitment to Canadian culture. Re:Sound supports this focus on ensuring creators and the businesses that support them will remain sustainable through the pandemic and beyond. View The Speech from the Throne here.

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The show must go on: Re:Sound’s Re:Wind event raises more than $28,000 for charity

The show must go on: Re:Sound’s Re:Wind event raises more than $28,000 for charity TORONTO – July 23, 2020 – Re:Sound’s 8th annual Re:Wind benefit concert raised more than $28,000 in support of Unison Benevolent Fund and the Alzheimer Society Music Project. While the pandemic may have put a hold on many events in the […]

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Lou Ragagnin named Re:Sound President and CEO

Today, Re:Sound’s Board of Directors are pleased to announce Lou Ragagnin as the organization’s incoming President and CEO. Ragagnin joins Re:Sound from Chartered Professional Accountants Canada, where he served as Senior Vice President of Operations, overseeing strategic planning and related processes, as well as overall business operations. His experience includes ole Media Management (now Anthem […]

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Canada’s 43rd Parliament

Re:Sound would like to congratulate The Honourable Navdeep Bains, on his return to Cabinet as Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, and The Honourable Steven Guilbeault, on his appointment as Minister of Canadian Heritage. Re:Sound looks forward to building on our relationships with these Ministries, working together to support Canadian music creators to ensure they […]

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Entandem has simplified music licensing for thousands of Canadian businesses since July launch

Canadian businesses are responding positively to a new company created to make the music licensing process more convenient. Since its launch in July 2019, Entandem, a joint venture between RE:SOUND and SOCAN, has simplified the music licensing process for a growing number of Canadian businesses – to date, a remarkable 3,300 – that use live […]

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