Andrea Warner

Associate Producer, CBC Music

Andrea Warner is the author of Buffy Sainte-Marie: The Authorized Biography (2018) and We Oughta Know: How Four Women Ruled the '90s and Changed Canadian Music (2015). She is an AP at CBC Music, music columnist for CBC Radio’s On the Coast and All Points West, and freelance writer. Andrea co-hosts the weekly podcast Pop This! and is a panelist on the weekly CBC pop culture podcast, Pop Chat. Andrea is a settler who was born and raised in Vancouver on the unceded traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. Pop culture, art, and feminism make her happy. She/her/hers. Find her on Twitter at @_AndreaWarner

Latest from Andrea Warner

Good vibes only: 6 songs for an instant mood boost

From Carly Rae Jepsen to k-os, a playlist to help you hit reset on your brain.

20 Canadian songs turning 20 this year

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In Memoriam: a tribute to the musicians who left us in 2021

To the remarkable artists who passed away this year, farewell and thank you.

The first-ever oral history of Christmas in the Stars: Star Wars Christmas Album

So many questions, but it all comes back to one: how did this get made?

Hot for Christmas: why are there so many sexy seasonal songs?

The hottest holiday songs for the longest, coldest night including Lil Nas X, Johnny Reid, Rufus Thomas, Dolly Parton, and more.

Why PIQSIQ wants a Juno nomination for best gospel album

'[Our album] Live from Christ Church demonstrates and questions a historical, forced inspiration in God,' the duo says.

An oral history of the Indigenous music Juno Award category

Almost 25 years ago, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Elaine Bomberry, and Shingoose helped prove that Indigenous artists deserved more, and ended up changing the national music scene forever.

Best new holiday music 2021: Molly Johnson, Tami Neilson, Tyler Shaw, more

Originals and covers by more than 20 artists including PIQSIQ, Tenille Townes and Kelly Clarkson

What ever happened to Geoff Hughes?

40 years ago, he had a hit song and then disappeared from the public eye. Until now.

The Canadian concert that kicked off Greenpeace

On Oct. 16, 1970, Joni Mitchell and James Taylor played a benefit in Vancouver — and helped make history.