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New Music Nation Lives!

New Music Nation will premiere online today at Noon eastern. And it will feature independent artists and their music videos, with emphasis on the Canadian industry, so don’t forget to tune in.

Released 35 Year Ago, Today

The Glass Tiger debut release that resulted in Canadian chart-topper and international hit “Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone)” was released today, 35 years ago.

It remained in the Canadian album charts for 37 weeks, peaking at the 4th position, reaching Quadruple Platinum status in Canada (400,000 physical copies sold) by May 13th, 1987.

“Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone)” has also been certified Platinum in Canada with 80,000 Physical Units sold by July 23, 1986 whilst the second best selling single from that album, “Someday”, had been certified Gold on February 1, 1987, remaining in the charts for 19 weeks and topping at the 11th slot.

A special 180 gram stripped vinyl version of this album is available from Amazon.ca, Amazon.com and Amazon U.K.

Record Store Day Canada Releases

A list of releases for June 12th and July 17th are available by clicking here. Enjoy.

Ed The Sock Returns With New Channel

Great News For Newfoundland Collectors

Record Fair NL has been scheduled for May 16th, 2021. Click here for details.

Virtual Canada Day

Multiple online, television and radio broadcasts will be made available today, many of which are listed on the Canadian Heritage web site.

You can also listen to the Top 100 Canadian Songs of All Time on Boom 97.3 starting at 10 AM Eastern. These will also air on local Boom affiliates through-out Canada.

Enjoy. And Stay safe.