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Monday, May 17, 2021: Jon Bon Jovi, Greta Van Fleet and more
Today on Q: musician Jon Bon Jovi, Q screen panel with Kathleen Newman-Bremang and John Semley, musician St. Vincent, Sam and Josh Kiszka of Greta Van Fleet.
Greta Van Fleet's Sam and Josh Kiszka on how the band is carving its own path
Brothers and bandmates Sam and Josh Kiszka of Greta Van Fleet talk about their second studio album, The Battle at Garden's Gate, Josh's high register vocals and what the record is really about.
Is this the end of the Golden Globes?
On this week's screen panel, Kathleen Newman-Bremang and John Semley talk about the collapse of the Golden Globes after NBC dropped the 2022 awards show over a lack of diversity.
St. Vincent's song Pay Your Way In Pain is about not having to choose between survival and dignity
In this unaired clip from Q's interview with St. Vincent, the Grammy-winning musician reveals how she conceived the song Pay Your Way In Pain off her new album, Daddy's Home.
Jon Bon Jovi talks 2020, finding hope, and why he regrets the key change in Livin' on a Prayer
The Bon Jovi frontman discusses the band's new album 2020, the state of the world, and why he thinks it's important that everyone works together to get through these challenging times.
Friday, May 14, 2021: St. Vincent, Sandra Oh and more
Today on Q: musician St. Vincent, actress Sandra Oh, violinist, solo artist and Arcade Fire member Sarah Neufeld, singer-songwriter Lowell with mom Wendy Hill-Tout.
St. Vincent opens up about her father's prison sentence on new album
Grammy-winning musician St. Vincent talks about her personal new album, Daddy's Home, and why she decided to reinvent herself with a '70s sound and aesthetic.
How Lowell's mom helped the pop singer turn her writer's block into a werewolf horror flick
Canadian singer-songwriter Lowell and her mom, producer Wendy Hill-Tout, talk about writing a horror film together called Bloodthirsty, which is now up for two Canadian Screen Awards.
Sarah Neufeld on her haunting new song Detritus
Acclaimed violinist, solo artist and Arcade Fire member Sarah Neufeld introduces us to her new track, Detritus, off her latest album of the same name.
Sandra Oh on the importance of 'being true to yourself' in Hollywood
Actress Sandra Oh joined q's Tom Power to talk about her role in Killing Eve, which is entering its second season.
Thursday, May 13, 2021: The Offspring, Altin Gün and more
Today on Q: Dexter Holland of The Offspring, musicians Jasper Verhulst and Merve Dasdemir of Altin Gün, Pose creator Steven Canals on Paris Is Burning, artist Rajni Perera.
The Offspring's Dexter Holland on Let the Bad Times Roll — and his other hobby, molecular biology
Punk rocker Dexter Holland of The Offspring discusses the band's 10th studio album, Let the Bad Times Roll, and fills us in on his other job as a doctorate-holding molecular biologist.
How Altin Gün is breathing new life into traditional Turkish folk songs
Musicians Jasper Verhulst and Merve Dasdemir of the Amsterdam-based rock band Altin Gün talk about fusing traditional Turkish folk songs with psychedelic and funk sounds.
The Tragically Hip set to perform with Feist at the 2021 Juno Awards
This will be the band’s first televised performance since the death of Gord Downie.
Pose creator Steven Canals on the lasting influence of Paris Is Burning
Steven Canals tells us how Jennie Livingston's 1990 documentary Paris Is Burning changed his life, and why the film still reverberates nearly 30 years later.
Canadian artist Rajni Perera on how science fiction influences her work
Perera discusses why depicting Black and brown women is so central to her practice, and why the Canadian art market can be a tough nut to crack.
Dave Grohl says the new Foo Fighters album will 'make you dance'
Dave Grohl joined q's Tom Power for a conversation about the new Foo Fighters album and sound, performing at Joe Biden's inaugural celebration, and why they miss touring.
New Tina Turner doc shows how the singer is still processing the trauma of her past
Directors T.J. Martin and Dan Lindsay talk about their triumphant new Tina Turner documentary, how they built a relationship with the iconic singer, and what it was like sharing her incredible life story.
Wednesday, May 12, 2021: Jake Tapper, Mosha Lundström Halbert and more
Today on Q: CNN news anchor Jake Tapper, Q fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert, Inuk curator and art historian Heather Igloliorte.
CNN's Jake Tapper on his new book, his Manitoban cousins and his tweets about Canada's slow vaccine rollout
CNN news anchor and novelist Jake Tapper joined Q’s Tom Power to talk about his new thriller, The Devil May Dance.
How TikTok has upended the fashion industry
Q fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert tells us why TikTok influencers are replacing the role of fashion editors and runway shows. She also talks about the death of skinny jeans.
How the Winnipeg Art Gallery is changing the conversation around Inuit art with its Qaumajuq art centre
Inuk curator and art historian Heather Igloliorte talks about her work as one of the main advisors to the Winnipeg Art Gallery's brand new Qaumajuq art centre — the largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art in the world.
New doc Fanny: The Right to Rock celebrates the history of the pioneering all-female band
Guitarist June Millington reflects on her time in the band Fanny — one of the first all-female rock groups to be signed to a major label — and how she feels about their story finally being told in the documentary, Fanny: The Right to Rock.
Tuesday, May 11, 2021: James Acaster, Aminder Dhaliwal and more
Today on Q: comedian James Acaster, actress Jayne Eastwood, cartoonist Aminder Dhaliwal.
How the worst year of James Acaster's life led to his new comedy special
British comedian James Acaster talks about his new comedy special, Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999, in which he opens up about his personal life, breakups and breakdowns.