Tune in for a Robbie Burn's theme tonight with some of his tunes sung by Eddi Reader, PUR, and Karen Matheson. Many more tunes as well! Tonight's back music is by Melody and Derrick Cameron from their album "Sincerely".
A good friend of mine Joel Stewart sits in the big guest seat this instalment. Stay to the end, there is an awesome doc of music photos and silly clips!
Studio 2880 celebrates 50 years of community building with the launch of a new survey to help inform planning of the new arts-based community centre funded by the City of Prince George. Visit princegeorgeculture.com to participate and enter to win some beautiful, locally made pottery.
More hits with Ethan the Intern.
Norrie Tago MacIver, Na h-Oganaich, and Na h-Eileanaich count among the singers that I’ll be playing tonight. Tune in!
Never a secret, pre-recorded right after the last GP Podcast, this instalment features the liknesses of Nolan Allan and Devon Kavanagh.
Another day another dollar. Tune in once again for a musical journey through CFUR's latest hits.
CFUR would like to wish everyone a prosperous 2019!
Is there such a thing as wishing a belated Happy New Year? In any case, this is the week that our staff is back in office and our beloved volunteers are well underway in their studies and daily schedules.
You can expect to be hearing some fresh Canadian content on our radio waves so be sure to tune in anew! If you don’t have a New Year’s resolution, you can make following us on Facebook an easily achieved goal.
Speaking of which, if you already follow us on FB you might have seen our photos from the Rachelle Van Zanten album release show with The Brain Porter at The Croft! If not, this post will serve as a retrospective for that glorious night in December 2018. That’s what the first month of the year is all about, isn’t it?
Thanks to everyone who came out that night to share in this amazing show! May 2019 bring more events like this one!
Happy New Year! Bliadhna mhath ur dhuibh! On tonight’s show: a brand new theme song and focus artist - Gillebride MacMillan and his new album Freumhan Falaichte. As well, more from my Trad focus: Clo dubh clo donn, and not to mention Dara Smith-MacDonald, Out of Alba, and The Paperboys. Tune in!