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Hope to get musicians and heck even non musicians, to call in and tell us where your are going to be playing over the weekend. Don't have to stay on long if your nervous. Also come on to let us in on whats happening around the area. Want to keep this going mainly on Thursdays around 7pm. So come on and participate and support the local talent. Frank and Beth
We're back! After a bit of a hiatus for moving and getting my music room/studio set up the way I want. We plan on making this an open forum for talking music and whatever else comes to mind. If you would like to call in even for just a minute and let us know what's on your mind, then just do it! Frank and Beth 3/6/2014
It's Smith week on Canadian Musician Radio as we welcome two accomplished yet stylistically contrasting artists to the show. What's more, we also have a candid conversation with music publicist and Canadian industry icon Richard Flohil, plus some goodies from East Coast Music Week 2014 and more.
The founder of Richard Flohil & Associates has been an instrumental component to the careers of a plethora of successful artists, from k.d. lang and Colin James to Serena Ryder and Justin Rutledge and well beyond. He's received numerous awards and honours from the likes of SOCAN, the CASBYs, and was just named the recipient of the 2014 President's Choice Award from Folk Music Ontario. Join us as we take a look back at Richard's decades in the business.
Then, we'll catch up with Dallas Smith who, after 10 years fronting Canadian rock outfit Default, has released a solo country EP called "Tippin Point." We'll talk about the transition from one genre to the other and get some insight into his creative process, among other things.
We're also very pleased to have Maritimer Meaghan Smith on the program. After a JUNO win for her major label debut, The Cricket's Orchestra, Smith took a few years off to prepare her next release, Have A Heart, set to drop April 22nd. The single of the same name is out now and doing very well at radio. We'll get the scoop from Meaghan on her sonic shift, upcoming affairs, and a whole lot more.
We'll also have some news and updates from ECMW, plus a handful of interviews for later in April, so keep an eye on the page!
Yes indeed, we've got an interview with Ian Thorney of Big Wreck, speaking about the band's upcoming fourth studio album and second since they returned in 2012 with the mighty "Albatross" after a 10-year gap. We had a chance to catch up with Ian just prior to "Albatross" dropping, so we'll see what's been happning with the guys since then.
In CM Academy, we'll be speaking with Ebonnie Rowe, the founder of Toronto-based female talent showcase HoneyJam. Ebonnie and HoneyJam have been instrumental in propelling the careers of a number of female musicians, and has worked with the likes of Nelly Furtado, Jully Black, Michie Mee, and a host of other Canadian music stars.
As always, it's a pleasure having you listen.
A person who has the musical skills necessary to play one or more instruments may have the desire to become a professional musician or work in a related field. To night I will give you an insight into how you can achieve those goals and subsequently earn a comfortable living.
Devara ThunderBeat Devara ThunderBeat, author of Look Up is part native American of Choctaw and Shawnee heritage , an International multi – award winning musician / composer, author, teacher, speaker, 22 DNA facilitator, certified reiki master and a pioneer in sound healing. She studied at the prestigious Eastman School of Music in Rochester N. Y. ThunderBeat has composed seven solo CDs, and co-created ten CDs with several musical artists. She is an Author of three books. Chakra Journey
Girl George & The Gypsy Poet talk to Darrin Drda, artist, author, musician,designer. Gypsy Poet Radio show #52
Gordie Johnson of Big Sugar and Grady fame joins us on this week's show. Big Sugar is set to return to the spotlight with the release of "Yardstyle" - 13 tracks of languidly-paced, percussion-heavy acoustic reggae. The album is set to drop on April 15 thorugh eOne, and Gordie fills us in on the approach taken for this release and other things he and the band have going on for the first half of 2014.
Also, we're thrilled to bring you a CM Academy session with songwriter Ralph Murphy, who has penned hits with the likes of Ronnie Milsap, Randy Travis, and Shania Twain. He'll give us some tips taken from his songwriting bible, "Murphy's Laws of Songwriting" on what goes into writing a hit.
If you’re born into a family of musicians, you’re lucky. And chances are pretty good that you’ll be influenced by that musical vibe and become a musician too. This was the case with Jersey Shore musician Scott Elk. His dad was a lead singer and guitar player in a band and was instrumental (pun intended) in Scott getting involved. Scott started playing piano at 5 years and learned to play guitar at 19 after receiving one from his dad. He began playing piano in public talent sho
It's a pretty diverse trio of interviewees taking part in our Dec. 11, 2013 show. First, we'll speak with Kurt Dahl - a well-known entertainment lawyer and also the drummer for on-the-rise rock outfit One Bad Son. Dahl has launched an interesting website at LawyerDrummer.com, sharing valuable information from his perspective of being a working musician with an intimate knowledge with some legal issues faced by artists today. Pear is a country duo comprised of two major musical guns-for
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