Another week of chart releases at CFUR! This week, Kate is joined by new volunteers and radio naturals, Moyo and Saleh. Check it out!
The saga continues with more from Niteworks, Maeve Mackinnon, and Greentrax’s Clo Dubh Clo Donn….tune in for Sunrise Not Secular, Teresa Doyle, Sonic Impulse, and more!
In this instalment of GP Does PG Podcast, I take a chance and paint live on the radio! Luckily the event was filmed so the peeps with a desktop computer could experience the magic.
2 old PG friends that have made their own success in the music business are coming back to Nancy O's Stage for 1 great night.
"There aren’t many things in the world Jimmy Baldwin would rather do than grab one of his guitars and hit the stage in front of a bunch of smiling, singing faces. Whether as leader of his own Jimmy Baldwin Band, co-founding member of 10-piece Afro-beat funk juggernaut Camaro 67, or as hot Tele-picker with Warner country artists the Washboard Union among many others, Jimmy is always playing. Look for new Jimmy Baldwin music to be released in the coming year as well as lots of exciting performances with the various projects he is currently involved with."
Jer Breaks spent his formative years staring up at the guitars adorning the walls of the music store owned by his father, a seasoned musician, in Northern BC. Break’s first solo effort (releasing fall 2013) showcases his soft and innocent voice, honest lyrics and atmospheric guitar style. Jer may be better known for his work as half of Vancouver folk duo Redgy Blackout, releasing three albums, placed among the top 20 bands in the Peak Performance Project and toured across Canada. Breaks started to work as a TV and Film composer in early 2017 and has 3 credits to his name including a "Stephen King" Dollar Babies project called “The Doctor’s Case and a web series out of Vancouver, BC called “Last Chance”.
Another week of CFUR charts! With help from new volunteers. Email email@example.com to become a volunteer also.
Two host of the radio program RIP Radio come on my show to talk dead artist for the first half followed by talk about The John Howard Society and we touch on mental health too. It is one for the ages to say the least.
On tonight’s show, more from Niteworks and Maeve Mackinnon. Tune is as well for great tunes from The Wheat In The Barley, Trail West, Tartanic, and Tide Lines!
The show that sounds like knitted sweaters feel. Feel good meditative rainy day anythings from any genre featuring mostly Canadian artists and many locals. Created by Kyle Rowell and made possible by the many friendly peeps at CFUR radio.