Pop music has never been better – MacLeans, March 10th, 2014
Dan Hill shares his view on pop music of today and whether it’s the best generation ever.
Dan Hill tells all Maclean’s April 5, 2012 The singer-songwriter’s candid and moving account of prostate cancer, along with a video interview and new song—for your iPad
Raising the Power Bar: The Brian Maxwell Story Canadian Running September 21, 2010 Dan Hill recounts the final moments of runner Brian Maxwell.
Sometimes When We Punch – Maclean’s May 19, 2o11 Dan Hill on sing a duet with boxer Manny Pacquiao
Dan Hill: Why would anyone steal my Juno? Globe & Mail March 25, 2011 Intriguing and amusing story of the disappearance of Dan’s Juno phallic symbol.
Me and My Shrinks – Maclean’s October 14, 2010 Dan Hill on the craziness of family, fame and therapists
A novel about the family – The Globe and Mail, Friday July 2, 2010
Dan Hill writes about Harper Lee’s classic novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ and reflects on his own family life.
Paul and me and one last song. About dying. – Maclean’s, February 3, 2010
Singer-songwriter Dan Hill writes about an emotional and final collaboration with his lifelong friend, author-musician Paul Quarrington.
Listen the the track ‘Are You Ready?‘ on the Maclean’s website.
You’ll never guess what Dan Hill thinks of his own song – Maclean’s, January 14, 2010
The world won’t let this hugely successful singer-songwriter forget ‘Sometimes When We Touch
Dan Hill and Manny Pacquiao: How a knockout duet came to life – Globe and Mail November 3, 2009
Every Parent’s Nightmare McLeans Feb09 Dan Hill on being a father under difficult circumstances