From FYI Music News Tom Cochrane’s career includes writing theme music for the movie My Pleasure Is My Business, the Xaviera Hollander story, working on cruise ships and driving taxi. Of course, most know him for his extraordinary song folio that individually have touched so many of us in one fashion or another. After…Details
Sunday Afternoon Hang Video
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- New album should be out in the fall
- The record was recorded at Tom’s studio and at Metalworks Studios
- Produced by Bill Bell & Tom?
July 17th 2014 – FYI Music News Tom Cochrane tells FYI that his forthcoming album featuring the single “Sunday Afternoon Hang,” – is about a “mythical hobo musician’s journey” and incorporates blues, country, rock n’ roll with a few “epic ballads” like “Pink Time”, “The One That I Have Known” and “A Prayer For Hope.”…Details
By Steve Newton – Straight.com Twenty-five years ago today—on July 16, 1989—Rod Stewart played to a crowd of 21,000 at B.C. Place Stadium, with backup from Tom Cochrane and Jeff Healey. Rod the Mod was touring behind his 1988 Out of Order album, which spawned four singles—”Lost In You”, “Forever Young”, “My Heart Can’t Tell…Details
The Canadian music industry gathered last night at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto to honour Canada’s most successful songwriters, composers, lyricists and music publishers at the 25th anniversary SOCAN Awards, the country’s largest annual celebration specifically for music creators.Details
Thomas William Cochrane, the small town boy from Lynn Lake, MB has given us a legacy of songs and recordings that live on, sounding as vital and often times poignant as when we first heard them. Tonight Tom is to be inducted into Canada’s Music Industry Hall of Fame—but don’t be thinking it’s the end of the highway. Call tonight’s tribute a bookend to a chapter, and the next one is well underway.Details