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

You Oughta Know: an oral history of Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill

'[The label was] afraid of how intense it was, to be honest. And I said, 'Well, I'm 19 and I'm intense.'' — Alanis Morissette

New East Coast music industry survey on mental health reveals 'a lot of people are struggling'

The first of its kind in Canada, the East Coast Music Association survey reveals 40 per cent of East Coast musicians report being diagnosed with a mental health disorder; one-fifth report having suicidal thoughts.

All the best, weirdest, wildest, funniest things we overheard at the 2018 Junos

"I laugh at the colonizer! Buckle up!" — JB the First Lady

Juno Awards 2018: all the best moments

We hit up as many events as we could at the Junos so you don't miss a thing.

Barenaked Ladies to be inducted into Canadian Hall of Fame at 2018 Junos

(Now) it’s all been done.
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10 Canadian artists who shaped 2017

10 Canadian artists who shaped 2017

Junos 2017: all the best moments

We hit up as many events as we could at the 2017 Junos so you don't miss out on a thing.

Junos 2017: the complete list of winners

The awards have been announced —find out who won!

Alessia Cara, Drake, the Weeknd among 2017 Juno nominees

Tegan and Sara, Céline Dion and Leonard Cohen also on the list for the April 2 awards.

October preview: 5 albums you need to listen to this month

Gord Downie, the Barr Brothers, Weaves and more.

Margaret Atwood's Handmaid's Tale cameo is literally a slap in the face

The author’s few seconds onscreen with Elisabeth Moss aren’t in focus, but they’re impossible to miss.

'It's not magical': Peabo Bryson on new 'Beauty and the Beast' song

The singer, who duetted with Céline Dion on the original hit single, weighs in on the revamped Ariana Grande and John Legend track

Inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq on reclaiming Nanook of the North

A modern Inuk woman reclaims a 1922 silent film that depicts the Inuit and the land with an outdated, stereotypical lens.