Holly Gordon

Producer, CBC Music

Holly Gordon is a Halifax-based journalist and digital producer for CBC Music. She can be found on Twitter @hollygowritely or email holly.gordon@cbc.ca

Latest from Holly Gordon

'He was a real class act': the legacy of groundbreaking folk musician Shingoose

Producer and artist manager Elaine Bomberry remembers a friend and musician who was ahead of his time.

21 songs turning 20 this year, from Glenn Lewis, Nelly Furtado, Nickelback, and more

'The Hamster Dance' to 'Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk': let's travel back to 2001

How the film Promising Young Woman landed its pop-perfect soundtrack

Emmy-winning music supervisor Susan Jacobs teamed up with first-time filmmaker Emerald Fennell for an almost all-women roster.

Why William Prince turned to his gospel roots during the pandemic

Gospel First Nation is a collection of original songs, as well as covers of Prince's father's music and foundational songs — including one from the late Charley Pride.

How Vince the Messenger is helping build Charlottetown's hip-hop scene

CBC Music’s Beyond the 6 series takes a closer look at burgeoning hip-hop scenes across Canada.

Arcade Fire debuted new song 'Generation A' during U.S. election night

The band performed its first new song since 2017 on Stephen Colbert's Democracy's Last Stand special.

'Don't waste your mic': Jessie Reyez's advice on mentorship and using your platform for justice

During the pandemic, the Grammy nominee and 2-time Polaris Music Prize shortlister has been focusing on how to pay her power forward.

Odie, Maylee Todd, DillanPonders feat. Ruby Waters and more: songs you need to hear this week

6 fresh Canadian tracks to add to your playlist right now.

Shawn Mendes, Tobi, T. Thomason feat. Sarah McLachlan and more: songs you need to hear this week

6 fresh Canadian tracks to add to your playlist right now.

How the documentary No Ordinary Man reframes the story of trans jazz musician Billy Tipton

Through performances and interviews with trans artists, the collaborative Canadian film adds rich context to a story that's never felt fully told.