At this years Junos it was also about recognizing musicians that made a social difference.Details
Can't Stay Here (Acoustic) - CBC's Studio Q (2015)
Canadian icon Tom Cochrane to release two albums in U.S. Tickets for fall U.S. club tour on sale nowDetails
The sun was making its descent over a glittering Okanagan Lake as the audience began to take their seats amongst the lush grape groves and pink roses of CedarCreek Estate Winery’s picturesque pavilion. Any haze from the wildfires had burned off, and just in time, as August 27 marked the vineyard’s last show of their TELUS Sunset Concerts at CedarCreek Estate Winery for the summer — Tom Cochrane and his band, Red Rider.Details
Canadian rock icon, Tom Cochrane, has never stopped creating or performing, but “Take It Home” is his first album of new material since 2006. “Take It Home” explores new lyrical and sonic terrain while remaining grounded in the values Cochrane is known for.Details
Lynn Lake-born Canadian rock icon Tom Cochrane is one of 12 Manitobans who will receive the province’s highest honour – the Order of Manitoba – at a ceremony in July, Lt.-Gov. Philip Lee announced on Manitoba Day May 12. The Order of Manitoba recognizes people who have demonstrated excellence and achievement in their field and improved the social, cultural or economic well-being of Manitoba and its residents.Details
Friends and family gathered recently to celebrate the career of World Vision Canada president and CEO Dave Toycen, who plans to retire from his position with the Mississauga-based organization shortly.Details
Tom will be performing songs from his new album No Stranger on the program Q (CBC radio) this Monday 16th March.
Q is on CBC Radio 1 at 10am and 10pm for one hour.
You are never to old for rock-and-roll and Tom Cochrane and the sold-out Massey Hall audience proved that last night for 115-minutes as the 61-year-old Canadian played 20-songs from the early Red Rider days to their new release titled Take It Home. The Canadian storyteller shared with the crowd his love for hockey and Bobby Orr, his adventures across Canada, and his huge love for the Muskoka’s and cottage life.Details