Tuesday April 26, 2011: Kitchener, ON – Centre in the Square (Tickets)

Wednesday April 27, 2011: Oakville, ON – Oakville Centre (Tickets)

Thursday April 28, 2011: North Bay, ON – Capitol Centre (Tickets)

Friday April 29, 2011: Guelph, ON – River Run Centre (Tickets)

Saturday April 30, 2011: Meaford, ON – Meaford Hall (Tickets)

Hawksley was among several talented musicians to perform on this all-Canadian recording.  He sang “I loved You Too Much” on the album, which was released on November 16, 2010. Partial proceeds from the record will support The Hospital for Sick Children.

Check in while you check out the brand new video for Hawksley’s “Chemical” from Hawksley’s Album “Milk” just released on Six Shooter Records. Directed by Senior Kindergarten.

Hear Milk, the Euro pop cousin of the Polaris Long Listed album Meat. at a Free In-Store Performance @ Chapters in Toronto (Richmon/John) – Friday, August 13 @ 7pm.

MILK available August 10th 2010. Purchase HERE.

CBC Radio 3 debuted the new video for Hawksley’s (The Happiest Day I Know Is A) Tokyo Bicycle, by Oscar nominated NFB animator Chris Hinton. Hawksley sat down and answered some questions for the occasion:

“I think conceptually, animation is still something that appeals to the child in a person… it allows us to access that place of imagination and pretend that I think still tickles us…”

A Hockey Musical, directed by Michael McGowen, co-starring Olivia Newton-John and featuring a cameo and musical contributions by Hawksley (along with other Canadian musicians), will open the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) this year–marking the first time a musical film has opened the festival.

Hawksley stops by the TORO Garage for an acoustic performance of “Devastating” off his new album ‘Milk’.

This Thursday & Friday July 8th-9th, enter the promo code “MILK” to receive $10 off the ticket price for Hawksley’s upcoming show at the Old Roxy Theatre in Mount Forest, ON.  Follow this link

The Globe’s Brad Wheeler lists Hawksley’s song, “Not Your Parents’ Music” in his Essential Tracks for June 22nd, 2010.

Hawksley’s Meat made the Long List for the 2010 Polaris Music Prize along with 39 other impressive albums from Canadian artists.  The Short List will be announced on July 6th, 2010.