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By: Rebecca O.Tue, 01/14/2020
ESNS 2020: Highlights | Stingray

Stay on the pulse of the most recent news in music. Follow us on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter

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By: AmyTue, 01/07/2020
Bryce Vine | Interview | Stingray Rising Stars

Meet Bryce Vine, Stingray's Rising Star for January.

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By: RokasTue, 01/07/2020
5 Albums You Missed in 2019 | Stingray DJAZZ

We choose five albums that we consider 2019's top hidden gems.

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By: RokasMon, 01/06/2020
Top 10 Jazz Albums of 2019 | Stingray DJAZZ

Stingray DJAZZ selected ten jazz albums that in one way or another, represent the overall picture of jazz in 2019.

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By: Amanda S.Wed, 12/18/2019
Get in the Holiday Spirit | Top 10 Songs

Whether you’re getting ready for an insane Holiday TV binge (hibernation mode for the win) or quality time with the fam, here are our top 10 the go-to tracks guaranteed to bring Holiday cheer.

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By: Stingray CuratorsWed, 12/18/2019
TOP 30 | Best Songs of 2019

Discover our Music Curators' TOP 25 songs of the year!

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By: StingrayMon, 12/16/2019
St. Mary’s | Stingray Rising Stars | MusiCounts 2019

MusiCounts, Canada’s leading music education charity, welcomed Quebec’s queen of pop Marie Mai and Stingray for a celebration at St. Mary’s Elementary School in Longueuil, Quebec, on Monday, December 16.

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By: ZacWed, 04/29/2015
The Seasons | Stingray Pauseplay

The Seasons formed in Beauport, Quebec in the winter of 2011. The Chiasson brothers Hubert & Julien (vocals & guitars) had a desire to share the collection of hooks and melodies turning in their minds with the world, and so, Julien called up Rémi (drums & percussion) who brought along Sam (bass) and the band was formed.  The chemistry was instantaneous. After a few weeks in their parents' basement, a fully grown batch of original songs was brewed and they realized immediately that they were part of something bigger than themselves. 

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By: ZacMon, 01/27/2014
Serena Ryder | Stingray PausePlay

Females are strong as hell, and Serena Ryder is living proof. When the world seems to be going backward, the Canadian singer-songwriter always keeps us marching forward.

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