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  • 01:51

    Front Center Musician Live!

    in Radio

    Back in my new studio. Julie Lair and Tom Hall will be my first guests. Looking forward to tonight.

  • 00:57

    Front Center Musician. Live internet radio tonight.

    in Radio

    Finally back at it live. Open lines if you want to call in. We could be talking about you. HA Har.


     

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  • 01:22

    CM Radio - Mar 25, 2015 - Thomas D'Arcy, Rebel Hero, Luke Nicholson

    in Music

    Lots to talk about in this episode, with four - yep, four - interviewees.


    Thomas D'Arcy's latest full-length, Fooled You Twice, dropped in early March and since, it's been getting a lot of positive attention. New Canadian Music, for example, said, "Pop craftsman Thomas D'Arcy is at his melodic and catchy best on second solo record Fooled You Twice." Mike chats with Thomas about the album and a lot more.


    Luke Nicholson's Frantic City is his most poignant album to date. Having written the majority of material for this record while touring away from his new born daughter, one can hear the love, and maturity in both his lyrics and delivery. He's also launched an interesting new contest we'll chat about.


    Mike also catches up with Toronto's Rebel Hero, a funk-rock trio with an impressive resume that's taking part in the April 4, 2015 edition of Generation Next Live at the Phoenix.


    Finally, we speak with musician, engineer, producer, and studio owner Mike Saracino about his new initiative, The Globe Series, which takes him around the world to record on-the-rise musicians and spawn international collaborations.

  • 01:05

    CM Radio - Mar 18, 2015 - Danko Jones, Faith Healer, The Globe Series

    in Music

    Eighteen years. Twelve albums. Two gold records. Thirty-plus transatlantic treks. Fifteen Top 40 singles. Arena tours across 11 countries with Guns N Roses. A video trilogy starring Elijah Wood and Ralph Macchio. A feature- length documentary. An oral-history biography. Personal invites from Lemmy to join Motörhead on the road (and on water, for the 2014 Motörboat cruise). For most bands, that would amount to a hell of a career. For Toronto trio Danko Jones, it’s called “warming up." The band is fresh from the release of Fire Music, produced by Eric Ratz (Billy Talent, Monster Truck, Metric) and featuring 11 fresh tracks, and is now amidst a slew of global dates.


    As for Faith Healer, led by principal songwriter Jessica Jalbert, following the success of 2011’s self-released solo debut, Brother Loyola, the introspective songwriter set to work on penning another collection of inward looking dream pop played with laid back bravado. Engineered under the masterful watch of whip-smart producer—and fellow Mintie—Renny Wilson, the two bonded over their mutual affection for dreamy ‘60s garage rock and swaggering ‘70s singles while in the studio. Hinting at a slightly spacier sound, Cosmic Troubles will arrive March 31st.


    Finally, CM contributor Michael Saracino speaks about his new initiative, The Globe Series, which finds the musician and producer travelling to different cities around the world - from Vancouver to Sydney, New York to London - filming local songwriters and aiding in their long-distance collaborations.

  • 00:45

    Front Center Musician Live!

    in Radio

    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

  • 00:31

    Front Center Musician Live!

    in Radio

    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

  • 01:35

    Goddess Alive Radio welcomes Flash Silvermoon, Priestess, Wise Woman, Musician

    in Spirituality

    Goddess Alive Radio is delighted to welcome Priestess and Wise Woman, Flash Silvermoon, to a special Sunday edition of the show! Flash is nationally known as a Priestess, Psychic, Teacher, Musician, Animal Communicator, and Radio Show Host - a true Spiritual Renaissance Woman!  She is the author and creator of The Wise Woman's Tarot book and deck and the Wise Woman's Festival. Read more about Flash Silvermoon and connect with her at FlashSilvermoon.com.


    Join us on Sunday, April 5 at 8pm eastern!


    Goddess Alive Radio is the weekly Blogtalk Radio show for the MotherHouse of the Goddess and is hosted by Kimberly F. Moore, Founder and Priestess of the MotherHouse of the Goddess. We focus on topics about Women’s Empowerment, Alternative Medicine, and Living Mythology – how the Goddess is moving through our lives today. Priestesses, Practitioners, Healers, and Shamans will be joining us to discuss their practices and experiences with the Goddess. Every month, we hold an online meditation to connect with Goddess energy just prior to the Full Moon and New Moon in our Goddess Moon Meditations.  See the Goddess Alive Radio Show page for archives and the upcoming schedule.

  • 00:44

    CM Radio - Jan 7, 2015 - Generation Next Live, Lost Cause, Blind Race

    in Music

    Happy New Year, everyone.


    Our first episode of 2015 is a special one, as we're bringing you all the details about a brand new initiatve from Canadian Musician in partnership with 94.9 The Rock and The Phoenix Concert Theatre.


    Generation Next Live is a unique concert series showcasing the best Canadian Indie bands. Each month, a team of industry experts will choose four new Indie acts to perform on the legendary Phoenix stage. Not only will this showcase give featured bands the chance to expand their following, connect with industry VIPs, and build a solid future for their talent, but it’s YOUR chance to support your favourite band as they build their groundwork in becoming the future of Canadian music. Get the details at http://generationnextlive.com.


    First, we'll chat with Redd from The Phoenix about the initiative itself and what people can expect from it over the course of 2015.


    Then, we'll have two of the four bands set to perform the inaugural show on January 23rd - Blind Race and Lost Cause.


     

  • 00:35

    CM Radio - Apr 22, 2015 - Joel Plaskett & More

    in Music

    Welcome! We're stoked to have Joel Plaskett back on the show, this time discussing his most recent release, Joel Plaskett & The Park Avenue Sobriety Test. It touches on his solo acoustic side, his guitar rock work with the Emergency, his happy-go-lucky rhyming talents, carefree memories of growing up in Nova Scotia, and a little bit of anger at the forces making life tougher these days. There are many moments that draw on previous classic Plaskett, from beloved albums such as Three and Ashtray Rock, right back to his Thrush Hermit days. And there are new sides to his sounds as well – Joel like you’ve never heard him.


    Of course, we'll also have our Canadian Spotlight Song of the Week, which comes to us courtesy of Kaylan Mackinnon. 

  • 00:30

    Anthony Rodriguez: Telly Award, Amazon Bestselling Author & Musician

    in Business

    Anthony Rodriguez is a Telly Award, Amazon Bestselling Author, Speaker, Pianist and Music Entrepreneur that has discovered his potential in music from a young age—to establishing his own business in the industry of entrepreneurship. 


    In 2013, Rodriguez wrote The Musician: Establishing Your Natural Abilities into a LifestyleAnthony.


    Rodriguez, a Best-Selling Latin Jazz Pianist, tells how anyone can become their own personal success in both business and life, using his own experiences as a self-made music entrepreneur.? 

    Getting back to basics, Rodriguez shares insights about his own path to his beginnings -- his work ethic, business strategies, and lessons learned competing on the field of vicious musicians and non-musicians. This Book offers a practical, step-by-step guide to climbing the success ladder from a nine to five job to living what you love. From valuable lessons learned as an innovating 12-year-old music entrepreneur finding ways to make music without nothing but a cheap keyboard; to playing for free so everyone can learn about him; to releasing two Independent Records, Music Producing; to opening his own music company in which -- Rodriguez proves you don't need to be a Harvard MBA to be a success in business and life.