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With a music career that has spanned 40 years, Murray McLauchlan writes and performs songs that capture slices of life and the human experience in his songs. From "Farmer's Song" to "Down By The Henry Moore" to "Whispering Rain", you'll find yourself transported into the scenes he's capturing with his voice, melodies and lyrics. Each of those songs has received a SOCAN Classic Music Award.
Born in Scotland, Murray came to Canada when he was five years old. At 17, he began playing at coffeehouses in Toronto's Yorkville area and later attended Central Tech as an art student before deciding to become a full-time musician.
Murray has eighteen albums of songs to his credit and has won eleven JUNO awards as well as RPM Big Country and Toronto Music awards. In 1993, he received The Order Of Canada. He was the host of the national CBC radio program Swinging on a Star for five years. With over a quarter of a million listeners every Saturday, this show focused attention on the artistry of distinguished and famous writers as well as the new and upcoming.
Tune in to hear this Canadian music legend talk about his songs and share them with us.
In The Country with Dave Woods is all about Country music & conversations with Country artists. The show has been broadcasting online since 2009. On this episode: Julian Austin, John Landry & Stacey Lee, Lindsay Broughton, Victoria Banks, Neal McCoy, Kira Isabella, Matt Williams and Tia McGraff. All of them have great songs and stories to share.
You'll hear about artists' influences, their approach to songwriting, who they'd love to work with & more! Dave loves to bring his listeners up close & personal interviews with Country legends and the latest voices on the radio. Several episodes air live every week. Stay tuned!
For more In The Country interviews, be sure to visit www.inthecountryinterviews.com
WELCOME to THE KAP & DAVE SHOW for SEPTEMBER 10th 2014:
All episodes are also available on our YouTube chanel.
Topics will include, but not be limited to:
September 11th & the new iPhone!!! We'll also tie those topics together nicely, and sprinkle in some dick jokes for flavor. Mm mmm, dick seasoning.
"Faceted Gems" is a monthly program hosted by Diane Murray Ward. Each month her guests describe their road towrads careers sometimes imagined and oftentimes surprising!
We are all "faceted gems"! We each have strengths and skills sets. Sometimes these gifts require additional tweaking and encouragement. Once we acknowledge that we don't know everything, and allow ourselves to remain open to learning and discovering the world from each other, growth occurs.
Join Diane Murray Ward.
Born and raised on the farmlands of rural Ontario, Murray Williams released his debut single “Thank a Farmer” in 2006. A self-taught multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, piano, bass and banjo, Murray began performing at the age of 14 when he formed a band called Harley Express with classmates. After that came Night Shift, which hit the Ontario circuit on weekends for about 10 years. After a short break, Murray played in a duo, which eventuallyy grew into a four-piece called Common Thread. Country fans are loving his current album Goin' Nowhere Fast which showcases traditional country music - a great collection of originals like the heartfelt "Daddy's Little Girl" and covers like Murray McLauchlan's "Farmer's Song" and Kenny Chesney's "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy." Murray's latest single is the moving "Love Song For My Father."
Tami J. Wilde is a singer/guitar player/songwriter on a music mission. She hails from the Peterborough area. Tami has proudly released her self-titled debut album featuring her songwriting on every track. The CD was recorded by James McKenty from The Spades.Tom Street played drums. Ken Tizzard played steel on many of the songs. From the opening track "Me And My Ole Guitar" through to the closing track "Redneck Ramble", Tami takes you on a musical journey full of characters you'll recognize and experiences you'll want to relive. It's country meets rock meets high energy performances.
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Author Angela Murray
She is a 50year old author, entrepreneur, motivational speaker, mother of three children and a grand-daughter. She's the self published author of 'Lies and Deceit' under her publishing company Grand Royale Publishing and her book can be found on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles. She's currently working on 'To The One I Gave My Heart To' and 'You Can't Raise A Man' both to be released by the end of 2014. She's also working on a children series 'The Adventures of Ivy' scheduled to release early 2015. She's the founder of Mislabeled (I got your B.A.C.--Bullying Ain't Cool) an organization to educate on bullying and autism. Also to empower and inspire youth to pursue their passion and purpose.
Angela worked for a major insurance company for 27yrs and decided June 2014 to step out on faith and pursue her passion focus solely on her writing and motivational speaking. In her spare time she enjoy traveling, reading, writing, helping the less fortunate and spending time with family.
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In 1970 Albert Murray proclaimed, US culture was "incontestably mulatto." In 1973, Murray wrote about "The Dynamics of Heroic Action" and in 1974, with the introduction of Scooter (the protagonist of Train Whistle Guitar), Murray gave readers the blues-based adventures of a brown-faced hero. In August 2013, Albert Murray joined the celestial ensemble. On today's Trading Fours, former Murray students: Paul Devlin, Roberta Maguire, Greg Thomas, Lauren Walsh and Jackie Modeste re-member Murray and his legacy. Join us for an historic gathering of Murrayites and "Get in on the rhythm."
Trading Fours: a Tribute to Albert Murray
Tune in Rated G Radio tonight when you'll meet Murray Kaufman, MA.LMFT.NBCFCH, Marriage and Family Counselor, and Clinical Hypnotherapist!
With nearly 30 years of expertise in counseling & therapy, including 19 years as a Marriage and Family Therapist, Murray specializes in helping people with Depression, Anxiety, Relationship Issues, LGBT Issues and Life Transitions!
If you'd like to ask a question - call 323 657-1493!
Check out Murray Kaufman's website by clicking here!
Call to schedule an appointment at 714 418-7454!
Live 10pE/7pW for 1 hour every Monday-Thursday, with the special 2 hour Friday Night Dance Party every week!
Join Marcus Blake and Brendan Smith and Guest Hosts for That Nerd Show as we discuss Why Bill Murray is the Man and just might be the coolest man alive! We will discuss his film career including his latest film St. Vincent. We will also be doing fact and fiction when it comes to Bill Murray Sightings! Listen to the show at 10pm cst @ thatnerdshow.co
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