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Our post-Thanksgiving program (Canadian Thanksgiving, that is) features two great Canadian acts from different ends of the stylistic spectrum.
Victoria Banks is fresh off the release of Indigo, her third studio album, a collection of songs stemming from bare-bones midnight recording sessions in her attic. In addition to her own multi-award-nominated releases, Banks is a staff songwriter at Nashville’s RareSpark Media Group with a catalogue that includes hits for the likes of Sara Evans, Jessica Simpson, One More Girl, Doc Walker, and Johnny Reid
As for The Meds, the PEI-based rock outfit has been touring the country on the back of their debut full-length, South America. Theirs is a sound that blends easily-accessible mainstream rock with a folky, poetic vocal style and plenty of substance. The album was co-produced by Matt Mays and Colin MacDonald of The Trews.
Glory Under Dangerous Skies is the brand new record from Moist - their first together since 1999's Mercedes 5 and Dime, and man, is it ever good. We catch up with the band and talk about their decision to reunite, some of the new elements they've incorporated into their sound, and how they're going to win new fans while appeasing those that followed them religiously during their hayday.
Then, we'll have Toronto's Ben Stevenson, whose debut EP, Dirty Laundry, drops Nov. 4th. While it may be Stevenson's first self-branded release, he's no stranger to the scene and has collaborated on productions with the likes of Boi-1da and Vinylz. We'll speak about his new release and the aspiration he has for his new solo venture.
This week, we're bringing you a special roundtable interview with the artists on the upcoming Bands On The Run Tour - Doc Walker, The Road Hammers, and Blackjack Billy.
Doc Walker is dropping their eighth studio album - appropriately titled The 8th - on Oct. 21st, featuring the already-hit singles "That's How I Like It" and "Shake It Like It's Saturday Night." It's the band's first full-length without longtime member Murray Pulver, so we'll talk about readjusting to life on the road and how the new material will take shape on the stage.
As for the Road Hammers, their record Wheels has been doing well since dropping earlier this year. Frontman Jason McCoy talks about some of the differences between performing as a member of the trio vs. his solo tours and a lot more. Noll Billings, vocalist with Blackjack Billy, also weighs in on the band's experiences in Canada thus far and what they're anticipating for this upcoming run with their friends.
Finally, in CM Academy, we speak with James Boyle, the current executive director of the Halifax Pop Explosoin, who's getting ready for his first run at the helm. The lineup this year features acts like Against Me!, Danny Brown, and our Nov/Dec 2014 cover artists, Zeds Dead. We'll chat about what's going on leading up to this edition and what fans should be looking forward to.
Welcome to the *BRAND New Canadian Moto Show with the voice of BC Motocross and Arenacross Brent 'Airmail' Worrall. We discuss everything relevant to the world of dirt bike racing and catch up with a Broad and all Inclusive cast of riders and experts involved with the sport of dirt bike racing in Canada.
This week on the show we chat with Canadian National number 3 Tyler Medaglia and get up to speed with the likeable top level ripper. Tyler represented Canada at the Motocross of Nations and repeated his top national placing of 3rd.
We will also continue our great Canadian Moto Show giveaways with Ryno Power nutrution supplements and a pair of smoking hot Novik' gloves compliments of PR-MX.CA the Canadian distribuitor of those. So have your phone ready to call in to win at 1-347-677-0979. The show is on the air at 6:00 pacific 9:00 eastern and can be found by clicking herehttp://www.canadianmotoshow.com
Round one of the Future West Moto Canadian Arenacross series is in the books and Armstrong was a huge success. Tonight on the show we will look back at that action and talk with many that were on the track and some of those behind the scenes. Ryan Gauld, Ryan Lockhart, Adam Enticknap, Brad Nauditt and our own Thomas Kaizer who has been doing an awesome job of Oh' Canada at the Canadian Arenacross Series.
So please log in hit up the chat board and join in the conversation as we go bench racing here on the fast and furious ever expanding movement that is the Canadian Moto Show.
Welcome to the *BRAND New Canadian Moto Show with the voice of BC Motocross and Arenacross Brent "Airmail" Worrall. We discuss everything relevant to the world of dirt bike racing and catch up with a Broad and all Inclusive cast of riders and experts involved with the sport of dirt bike racing in Canada.
Tonight our final Parts Canada Walton Trans Can amateur profile of the year with young Ayrton Pomeroy also fresh off his MEC success Casey Keast checks in with the show!
This is it the Future West Moto Canadian Arenacross series kicks off friday night in Armstrong B.C. and the show is amped up as we will be there broadcasting all the live action, so make sure you tune in right here for tonights show and all the upcoming weeekend action http://www.canadianmotoshow.com Tonight on the show we will talk some moto with Brock Hoyer and youngster Mitchell Bradbury who will both be competing this weekends in Armstrong. As well as many others who will be lined up and on the scene at RD-1 and throughout the series.
This week we will also chat with Chris Pomeroy from MXP mag about MEC upcoing Arenacross and more. Aslo Jared Stock who is on his way to the 6 day ISDE in Argentina on Friday will check in with the show!
Also this week we continue our popular Moto Show giveaways where tonight we will give away an Atlas Brace Technologies brace compliments of Motocross Perfrormance Magazine so have your phone ready and be ready to call in to win when the gate drops on giveaways 1-347-677-0979
We would love to have you join as we get set ready to go bench racing so tune in at 6:00 pacific 9:00 east.
This week's show is a bit of a stylistic roller coaster, featuring performer/songwriter John Southworth, Quebec-based hardcore outfit Obey the Brave, and Kingston rock quintet The Glorious Sons.
Southworth is set to drop his latest LP, a double album called Niagara that's divided into a Canadian and American side, at the end of September. We speak about how the album took shape as well as some of his other artistic endavours and how they correlate.
Obey The Brave, comprised of ex members of Blind Witness and Despised Icon, released their second full-length effort Salvation mid-September. We speak with vocalist Alex Erian about the band's progress since their debut, Young Blood, as well as the current state of the hardcore scene.
Finally, the boys of Glorious Sons are fresh off the release of their debut full-length The Union, produced in tandem with John-Angus MacDonald of The Trews and the one and only Gavin Brown (Billy Talent, Three Days Grace). We get the scoop on the band's success thus far and some of their upcoming plans.
We're going international this week on Canadian Musician Radio, and who better to have on our first such program than the almighty Slash. With his single "World on Fire" setting rock charts ablaze, the iconic guitarist speaks with Andrew just one day following the release of the album of the same name - his latest solo offering with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators. We'll talk about the record, his trademark guitar sound, and why Canada is so significant to his music career
Also on the show is American folk/rock outfit Trampled by Turtles, who speak with Mike fresh off of the release of Wild Animals, their seventh studio offering. With traditional instrumentation and a fresh ear for contemporary melodies and hooks, the band has been racking up high-profile festival billings and plenty of industry attention in recent years.
Welcome to the *BRAND New Canadian Moto Show with the voice of BC Motocross and Arenacross Brent "Airmail" Worrall. We discuss everything relevant to the world of dirt bike racing and catch up with a Broad and all Inclusive cast of riders and experts in the sport of dirt bike racing in Canada.
We are full speed ahead into the upcoming Future West Canadian Arenacross series in 9 days and Saturdays Monster Energy Cup. Tonight on the show we set up both of those highly anticipated events with many involved on the track. Kiana Sache a young up and coming racer from Chilliwack B.C. will check in with show and get us up to speed on her progress with her passion for Moto. Also we will chat with many others who plan to make the trek West for this great Arenacross series including Chris Howell and Jake Anstett.
Cole Thompson will check in with the show and get us up to speed with his progress to get back aboard his bike and plans to get dialed in for the upcoming Supercross season and beyond. Cole is always up to chat some moto!
Tonight on the show we continue our great Moto Show giveaways teamed up with Motocross Performance Magazine we have some Atlas Brace apparell as well as a Brand New Atlas Brace Original' to give away so be sure to tune in at 6:00 pac 9:00 eastern at http://www.canadianmotoshow.com and be ready to call 1-347-677-0979 when the gate drops on giveaways!
We continue our Parts Canada Trans Can amateur national profile with this week so wherever you are please join us for another great episode of the always eventful Canadian Moto Show.
Lights is back with her third full-length offering, Little Machines - a gleaming, groundbreaking, generously tuneful slab of brightly hued 21st-century techno-pop brimming with songs so immediate and timelessly pure of heart that they feel like old friends on delivery. We catch up with the singer to talk about her latest release and some of the things she's got on the go surrounding its release.
We also have Amos the Transparent and the Luke Austin Band on the show. The former is dropping their LP, This Cold Escape, on Oct. 7th. The record is dubbed as a "loosely biographical rock opera" by the band, and it is one of the group’s most accessible and emotionally-bare releases to date. As for the Luke Austin Band, they've been earning accolades for their rowdy alt-rock sound with the kind of intensity and harmony that reminds people of musicians like Bruce Springsteen, Kings Of Leon, and The Killers. They've got an upcoming EP that will feature the hit "Long Road Home."
Join us as we braodcast from a VIP event on the evening beofre kicking off The Canadian Reptile and Exotic Pets Expo in Toronto!
We'll be joined by special guests like Shawn Heflick, Tom Crutchfield, Robert Sprackland, Brain Barczyk and even "Creeping Beauty", our first live Reptile Show Band!!! Then we'll keep you up to date over the weekend on what's happening at Croc U, the show, and the VI event beforehend. It's going to be a weekend of pure awesomeness so tune in live or be sure to download the episode!
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WACR: BlogTalkRadio. Wednesday, October 29th, 2014, 7:30 p.m. (EST). Join us for a special hour long discussion on Iran: its history, culture, politics. Our guest Shahla Butler (PhD) was raised in Iran under the Shah regime. After the Shah was exiled, Shahla lived in England and then came to the University of Chicago where she earned her PhD in Science. She also met her husband and has lived in the States ever since. They often visit Iran to this day. You'll find out what Iran is truly like as opposed to some of the myths heard about it through the news media. Feel free to call in and ask questions or give us your comments. Call TOLL-FREE (323) 792 2931. This program is sponsored by A Few Good Books Publishing.