Jacksoul

Can't Stop Loving You: A Celebration of The Life and Music of Haydain Neale

December 1, 2009 - 1:00am

Can't Stop Loving You: A Celebration of The Life and Music of Haydain Neale
Featuring Nelly Furtado, K-Os, Justin Nozuka, Divine Brown, Keshia Chante, Luke McMaster, and others.
Tickets on sale @ 10:00am Wednesday, December 2nd.
December 07, 2009
Starts at 09:00 PM

Phoenix Concert Theatre
410 Sherbourne Street
Toronto, Ontario M4X 1K2
Tickets
$20.00

Lead singer of jacksoul dies from lung cancer

November 23, 2009 - 9:10pm

CP24
Haydain Neale from Jacksoul is seen after winning the RandB / Soul Recording of the Year at the Juno Awards in Saskatoon, Sask. on April 1, 2007. (CP / Adrian Wyld)
 
The lead singer of Juno award-winning group jacksoul has died after a seven month battle with lung cancer.
 
Haydain Neale, 39, passed away at Mount Sinai Hospital on Sunday surrounded by family and friends.
 
In a statement from his wife Michaela she says Haydain’s sense of humour and love of music was “ever-present” through the challenges.
 
“He constantly brightened the room with his singing and his smile. His joyful presence and beautiful voice will be missed by us all," she says.
 
Neale also leaves behind daughter Yasmin. 
 
Over the course of his career, Haydain was awarded the SOCAN award for "R&B Song of the Year," a Canadian Urban Music award for "Songwriter of the Year," and two JUNO awards for "Best R&B/Soul Recording.”
 
The singer was from Hamilton, Ontario. In August 2007, Haydain was involved in a car accident in Toronto that left him in hospital in critical condition.
 
The group is set to release a new album called SOULmate on December 1.

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April 17, 2008 - 11:31pm
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2000
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Nov 21, 2001 :: Toronto --
The 12th annual SOCAN Awards, presented last night at Toronto's Art
Gallery of Ontario, recognizes artists who achieve the most airplay
on domestic radio.
JackSoul's Can't Stop was the most-played pop song on Canadian radio
in 2000, according to SOCAN, the Canadian copyright and licensing
collective.