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Today we feature little dogs who have the heart, soul, and tenacity of a big dog!
First you will meet Norbert, a 7" tall three pound mixed breed registered Pet Partners® therapy dog & star of a children's picture book series who loves making people smile.
Next you will meet Juno, a little Chihuahua with a big heart and attitude to match! Juno speaks out against animal abuse, neglect and abandonment, and provides comfort to humans who need a little loving.
Also joining us is dog trainer Colleen Demling of Pawtopia
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Linda Rez from Talk About Radio and music reviewer Dan Davis from Street Rock Review catch up with 2014 Juno Winner Helen Austin and review her latest project with the Big Little Lions. They also speak to Jarrod Pedone from Ninth Floor Mannequin, Frankie Colt, and singer/songwriter Emma Hallows. They'll play their music and have conversations with all four artists.
Helen Austin is just coming off a win for the2014 Juno Awards and The John Lennon Songwriting Contest! We'll play her just-released song from The Big Little Lions' album, Paper Cage, as heard on MTV.
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Pat Webb of Wheels 4 Paws provides emergency transport for shelters across the country and has been instrumental in getting the Olympica Animal Sanctuary survivors from Arizona to their new homes. We will hear all about the wonderful work she does. Also joining us is Traci Fortin of Arizona Great Dane Alliance who is providing care for OAS survivor Juno, the Great Dane. We wil learn some surprising news about Juno, his health, and all the good work that this organization does. We will be taking questions from our audience.
This will be the last show in our series relating to the dogs of Olympic Animal Sanctuary.
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Linda Rez from RST Radio and music reviewer Dan Davis from Street Rock Review introduce and interview four hot new musicians and play their new songs: Helen Austin and her latest project with the Big Little Lions, Jarrod Pedone and Ninth Floor Mannequin, Frankie Colt, and Emma Hallows.
We'll play their music and have conversations with all four artists. We'll even find out which food they'd save if it were the end of the world.
Helen Austin is just coming off a win for The John Lennon Songwriting Contest and is also nominated for a Juno Award, the American equivalent of the Grammys. We'll play her yet-to-be-released song from The Big Little Lions' album, Paper Cage, as heard on MTV.
We'll also talk to Florida's Frankie Colt and play some of her latest music with The Sweet Tease.
You won't want to miss Ninth Floor Mannequin's latest release, Green and Blue for Blackness: Amazing, unique and layer after layer of surprises.
And the UK's Emma Hallows--starkly honest and heart-wrenching music that's taking the whole world by storm.
They talk about their songs AND the food and drink they'd save if it were the end of the world!
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Tune in as Alanis Morissette joins Sister Jenna on the America Meditating Radio Program for a heartfelt and fun conversation on her journey, spirituality and lots more!
Alanis Morissette is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, record producer, and actress. She has won 16 Juno Awards and seven Grammy Awards and was nominated for two Golden Globe Awards. She began her career in Canada, and as a teenager recorded two dance-pop albums, "Alanis" and "Now Is the Time." Her first international album was the rock-influenced "Jagged Little Pill," released in 1995. It established her as one of alternative rock's foremost female vocalists of the 1990s. It has sold more than 33 million units globally. Alanis has sold more than 60 million albums worldwide. She is known for her powerful and emotive mezzo-soprano voice.
Alanis continues to write, sing and perform, and also appears onstage to support a wide breadth of charities. The Grammy winner's devotion to emotional honesty, as well as her belief in vulnerability as an essential part of the human condition, comes through in each of her ventures. Visit her website at www.alanis.com and check out her "Intimate and Acoustic" Shows coming to a city near you!
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Another Wednesday, another edition of Canadian Musician Radio. With all of these great summer festivals and tours, we've been able to deliver a heap of artist interviews, and this week is no different.
Join us as we catch up with Juno-winning six-piece "folk popgrass" outfit The Strumbellas, singer-songwriter Astrid Young (also the half-sister of the one and only Neil), and Ryan McCambridge.
The Strumbellas are playing summer festivals across Canada and the U.S. this summer, continuing to promote the sophomore album, We Still Move Dance Floors. While its predecessor, My Father and the Hunter, was nominated for a Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year in 2013,We Still Move Dance Floors actually took the trophy earlier in 2014 and was recently long-listed for the 2014 Polaris Music Prize. They're more focused than ever now, and we'll find out why.
Musician, composer, actor, author screenwriter, and sommelier Astrid Young released her fourth solo record, One Night at Giant Rock, at the end of June. In a special performance, Young is kicking off her "psychedelic acid folk" tour in southern Ontario in late July and will work her way west. The album, featuring Victor DeLorenzo of the Violent Femmes is a collection of songs that reflect her personal discovery of the karmic meaning of all her relationships. She speaks about the long gaps between records, some of her other musical endeavors, and more.
Finally, in addition to being a studio engineer who's been the right hand man of producer/engineer David Bottrill (Peter Gabriel, Tool, Dream Theater), Ryan McCambridge has been making music under the moniker of A Calmer Collision. We talk about the sonic balance he's struck between modern rock and electronica as well as how his experience in the studio informs his work as a musician and more.
In 2012 Steve Hill 2012 released Solo Recordings – Volume 1, which won Best Self-Produced CD at the IBC, 5 trophies at the 11th annual Lys Blues gala – including Blues Album of the Year – and a Juno nomination for Blues Album of the Year.
He just released Solo Recordings - Volume 2 and will be joining me to talk about his life and career, as we listen to the tunes.
The Oxford Blues Fest takes place on July 17, 18 & 19. I will chat with Darryl Parker about how the festival came to be and we will hear about the acts who will grace their stage.
The Cazanovas come from Atlanta, Georgia and bring their own incomparable "Kick Ass Blues" for each and every show, melding timeless blues style that every audience relates to with a fresh energy that keeps them hungry for more.
I speak with the band about their music and their album, Just Gettin' By
Couch Kid New Music features Too Slim & The Taildraggers new release Anthology. I will speak with Slim aboout the album and what the band is up to.
Chefjimi comes by with the Blues411 Report for July
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.
This week on Canadian Musician Radio, we're very excited to chat with Serena Ryder, whose career has exploded in the last year and a half following the release of her mega-selling fifth LP, Harmony. The album went platinum in Canada and spawned two massive singles in "Stompa" and "What I Wouldn't Do." Earlier this year, Serena earned Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year honours at the JUNO Awards, which she also co-hosted. Talking to Mike, Serena looks back on the whirlwind year she just had, how expanding her sound beyond to her folk roots led to her success, and what she has in the works as a follow-up to Harmony.
Meanwhile, Andrew caught up with Paul Luftenegger, who has finished recording a huge project and album titled Diamond Light with Arun Chaturvedi. Paul uses his music to promote peace, love, and harmony and has worked very closely and continues to be a guest speaker and volunteer/contributor with the 'Canadian Mental Health Association' (CMHA). Paul has been a featured singer/songwriter by Songwriters Association of Canada for his work with Suicide Awareness and Social Change Songwriting. His career also includes partnering with international charities to advance social awareness issues advancing equality and human rights for all people of our World. Paul has also been honoured by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne for his work with Suicide Awareness.
Finally, while at the Sound of Music Festival in Burlington, ON, Mike spoke with the girls in The Beaches. Despite just getting out of high school, The Beaches of been generating some huge review and industry buzz for their brand of no-holds-barred garage rock. The Beaches have charged into 2014 all guitars blazing with a three week tour of the UK supporting ex Distillers front woman Brody Dalle, and the release of their second EP, Heights, which was released on May 5th.
D-Day: Honoring the men who saved the World.
Seventy years ago today, the United States, UK and Canada embarked on the largest amphibious operation in the History of the World. The Normandy Landings (codenamed Operation Neptune) consisted of 24k Allied troops landing in airborne assaults and 136k troops storming the beaches of Northern France. Join us tonight for the Backstory on D-Day. You will hear the accounts of some heroes who survived and we will discuss D-Day's role in defeating the German War Machine.
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Millennial Women: Future Code Crackers and Shape Shifters!
Millennial women and girls around the world are dreaming of, creating, and forging a *new normal* for living a more integrated, freer and eclectic lifestyle compared to their mothers… who perpetrated the myth that women are super heroes who were not allowed to be vulnerable.
Join Chloé Taylor Brown and Jade Cherell, hosts of The Chloé Show… The new *triple-hot* radio show aimed at celebrating and mentoring women and girls around the world. Connect with Juno Brown, a single millennial woman and bona-fide fashion trendsetter and artist who’s shinning her light on humanity with inter-dimensional artistic sensibilities and music. They’re also connecting with Kandis Wood Jackson, a married millennial woman, attorney and modern-day feminist, outspoken advocate for women’s rights, gender equality and reproductive justice. Kandis is also a published author on the issues of race, gender, reproduction, and domestic violence.
Chloé Taylor Brown is the author of Girl-Swag! A Global Girl’s Curriculum for Personal Development & Lifestyle Enhancement, a transformational training curriculum and workbook for young women and girls. Available at Amazon.com and everywhere books are sold.
I met the lovely Christine Bode on Twitter (@ScullyLovePromo) on Twitter, and just fell in love with her kindness, social media prowess, writing ability and so much more. Find out more about her truly amazing accomplishments below!
Following two college diplomas and a 25 year career in Administration (at the peak of which she worked for Canada’s leading entertainment lawyer, Michael A. Levine, at Goodmans LLP in Toronto) Christine Bode – a lifelong music super fan – turned her passion for music into her dream job.
In March 2008, Christine founded Scully Love Promo, offering social media marketing and management, virtual assistance, proofreading, editing & copywriting services. She works primarily with touring musicians and singer-songwriters and is proud to count Grammy winners, Juno winners and Canadian Folk Music Award winners among her clientele. She has also worked with bestselling authors.
Christine utilizes Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, WordPress and LinkedIn to increase her clients’ publicity and expand their audience. She also uses CD Baby, Sonicbids, ReverbNation, CBC Music, SOCAN and Radio Airplay among other music oriented sites. You’ll be hard pressed to find someone more efficient or passionate about helping your music get noticed!
Christine has also spent many years promoting actors, authors & musicians through her review writing and she currently writes book reviews for HarperCollins Canada and Simon & Schuster and contributes book, CD, DVD and live performance reviews to her blog.
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