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The Tenors' Great Big July 1 Message From Canadians For Canadians

The Tenors and JL Entertainment funded this extraordinary music video that has a cast of many notable Canadians who, individually, express a sentiment about what this country means to them.

The Tenors' Great Big July 1 Message From Canadians For Canadians

By FYI Staff

Canada's celebrated trio The Tenors team up with a cast of many friends to celebrate Canada Day in song. Included in this influential choir: Walk of Fame honourees, Olympians, CFL champions, authors, thespians, frontline workers, marquee singers' Tyler Shaw, Nikki Yanofsky, Brett Kissel and Measha Brueggergosman, one Humbolt Bronco, Dragon Arlene Dickinson, and the Latimer family: Jeffrey, Madeleine Tobin-Latimer and Larry Tobin.


It should be noted that The Tenors and their management arm, JL Entertainment, footed the bill for this as a "thank you" to Canada and, as an added 'thanks', the three lads are making a contribution to the music industry charity MusiCounts with Armani Canada adding some bucks too.

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A special note of recognition goes to Jeffrey Latimer, business partner Laura van Leest and the lads for providing the materials for this in advance. A scroll at the back end of the video details the entire cast in this oversized project.

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Linkin Park Debuts at No. 1 on Rock & Alternative Airplay Chart With ‘Friendly Fire’
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Linkin Park Debuts at No. 1 on Rock & Alternative Airplay Chart With ‘Friendly Fire’

It's the band's third leading entrance.

The fifth No. 1 debut in the history of Billboard’s Rock & Alternative Airplay chart belongs to Linkin Park, whose “Friendly Fire” premieres atop the March 9-dated tally.

“Friendly Fire” bows with 7.9 million radio audience impressions earned Feb. 23-29, according to Luminate.

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