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  • 01:02

    Performing and Entertaining has been a life long achievement for Don Graham!

    in Music

    Don GrahamDon Graham is a Canadian singer/songwriter, tried and tested in the music industry, both as a performer and songwriter.


    The story has come full circle. In the late 1970’s, Don formed a trio called Country Fair that included guitarist Robbie MacNeill of Anne Murray and Singalong Jubilee fame. The band’s name was subsequently changed to Graham County and their first single, produced by Bill Hill (Producer of April Wine’s debut album) “Shelter In The Sky”, penned by Graham, was recorded at the legendary Andre Perry’s Studio,just after the remote of John Lennon’s “Give Peace A Chance” was recorded by Perry in a Montreal hotel room. This single was released on Gamma (London) Records in Canada and on Kapp/MCA in the U.S. and was a ‘pick hit’ in Cashbox Magazine.


    MacNeill left the band and was replaced by Bill Hill (JB & the Playboys) on guitar, Eddy Kaye (Freedom North) drums and Ron Dann (Jesse Winchester, Ian Tyson) on steel guitar. This lineup toured extensively promoting their records and got tight working the popular bar scenes in Canada, where the long hours resulted in six sets a nights, six nights a week. Through the years band members have included: George Bowser (Bowser and Blue), Bobby Cohen (Tim Hardin) Les Leroux and JayBees drummer Dougie West and Paul Lifsches on bass guitar to name a few.

  • 01:08

    TRICIA'S TRUE CRIME RADIO SUNDAY NIGHT 8 PM EASTERN

    in Current Events

    Email: triciastruecrimeradio@gmail.com
    ON THIS EDITION OF TRICIA'S TRUE CRIME RADIO WE LOOK AT THE END OF THE STATE OF UTAH VS MARTIN MACNEILL. MACNEILL WAS FOUND GUILTY OF KILLING HIS WIFE MICHELE IN ONE OF THE MOST FOLLOWED TRIALS OF THE YEAR. CATHY FROM COURTCHATTER.COM WILL JOIN US. SHE WAS IN THE COURTROOM WHEN THE VERDICT WAS READ. 
    ALSO WE WILL TELL YOU ABOUT SOME PEOPLE WHO HAVE SUNK TO A NEW LOW. ACCORDING TO A FAMILY THEY PURCHASED A SERVICE DOG FOR THEIR HANDICAPPED SON BUT THE DOG WASN'T TRAINED. NOW THE FAMILY HAS A 10 THOUSAND DOLLAR DOG THAT CAN'T HELP WITH THE BASIC NEEDS OF THEIR LOVED ONE. YOUR BLOOD WILL BOIL
     Host Tricia Griffith is a veteran radio disc jockey and co-owner of Websleuths.com and owner of Forums for Justice.org. She brings her unique brand of broadcasting, knowledge and (at times) humor her True Crime Radio. Tricia's True Crime Radio. True Crime, Current Events, Always Discussed with Common Sense!!! The opinions expressed on Tricia's True Crime Radio are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Websleuths.com, the website, which is a totally separate corporate entity or the opinions of Forums for Justice.org
     

  • 01:22

    TRICIA'S TRUE CRIME RADIO SUNDAY NIGHT 8 PM EASTERN

    in Current Events

    Email: triciastruecrimeradio@gmail.com
    ON THIS EDITION WE WELCOME JENNIFER DOBNER. MS. DOBNER IS REPORTING ON THE STRANGE MURDER TRIAL OF DR. MARTIN MACNEILL FOR THE DESERET NEWS.  SHE IS RIGHT IN THE THICK OF THINGS. HERE ARE A COUPLE OF MS. DOBNER'S STORIES ON THE TRIAL 
      http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865588595/Natural-death-or-murder-plot-Jurors-hear-2-views-as-Martin-MacNeill-trial-begins.html   http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865588499/Judge-determined-to-empanel-jury-in-MacNeill-trial-today.html?pg=all DON'T MISS THIS EPISODE OF TRICIA'S TRUE CRIME RADIO SUNDAY OCT 20 2013 AT 8 PM EASTERN Based on the wildly popular true crime forum Websleuths.com (www.websleuths.com/forums) and Forums for Justice.org (www.forumsforjustice.org/forums) this radio show is unlike any other show you have heard before.! The opinions expressed on Tricia's True Crime Radio are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Websleuths.com, the website, which is a totally separate corporate entity

  • 01:36

    TRICIA'S TRUE CRIME RADIO SUNDAY NIGHT 8 PM EASTERN

    in Current Events

    Email: triciastruecrimeradio@gmail.com
    WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE MURDER TRIAL OF MARTIN MACNEILL? IT IS ONE BIZARRE MURDER CASE BEING TRIED IN UTAH COUNTY AND JOINING US TO DISCUSS THE TWISTS AND TURNS IS FOX TV'S BEN WINSLOW. ALSO JOINING US THE INCREDIBLE WOMAN BEHIND COURT CHATTER.COM AND MORE
    Based on the wildly popular true crime forum Websleuths.com (www.websleuths.com/forums) and Forums for Justice.org (www.forumsforjustice.org/forums) this radio show is unlike any other show you have heard before. Each week Tricia's True Crime Radio features several intriguing true crime cases. Host Tricia Griffith is a veteran radio disc jockey and co-owner of Websleuths.com and owner of Forums for Justice.org. She brings her unique brand of broadcasting, knowledge and (at times) humor her True Crime Radio. Tricia's True Crime Radio. True Crime, Current Events, Always Discussed with Common Sense!!! The opinions expressed on Tricia's True Crime Radio are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Websleuths.com, the website, which is a totally separate corporate entity or the opinions of Forums for Justice.org
     

  • 00:30

    Interview with Don Graham

    in Country Music

    DON GRAHAM is a Canadian singer/songwriter, tried and tested in the music industry, both as a performer and songwriter. In the mid-1970s, Don formed a trio called Country Fair that included guitarist Robbie MacNeill of Anne Murray and Singalong Jubilee fame. The band’s name was subsequently changed to Graham County and their first single, produced by Bill Hill (producer of April Wine’s debut album) was called Shelter In The Sky, penned by Don, and recorded at the legendary Andre Perry’s Studio. He followed up his early success with more singles and songwriting and then became involved in producing. Fast forward to 2012: Don is proud to release his new CD A Willing Heart, a collection of 11 songs that form a tapestry of his life; good, bad, painful and hopeful. Tune in to hear this talented Canadian artist talk about his music career and share some of his songs.

  • Interview with Don Graham

    in Music

    DON GRAHAM is a Canadian singer/songwriter, tried and tested in the music industry, both as a performer and songwriter.


    In the late 1960’s, Don formed a trio called Country Fair that included guitarist Robbie MacNeill of Anne Murray and Singalong Jubilee fame. The band’s name was subsequently changed to Graham County and their first single, produced by Bill Hill (Producer of April Wine’s debut album) “Shelter In The Sky”, penned by Don, was recorded at the legendary Andre Perry’s Studio, just after the remote of John Lennon’s “Give Peace A Chance” was recorded by Perry in a Montreal hotel room. This single was released on Gamma (London) Records in Canada and on Kapp/MCA in the U.S. and was a ‘pick hit’ in Cashbox Magazine.


    MacNeill left the band and was replaced by Bill Hill (JB & the Playboys) on guitar, Eddy Kaye (Freedom North) drums and Ron Dann (Jesse Winchester, Ian Tyson) on steel guitar. This lineup toured extensively promoting their records and got tight working the popular bar scenes in Canada, where the long hours resulted in six sets a nights, six nights a week.Through the years band members have included: George Bowser (Bowser and Blue), Bobby Cohen (Tim Hardin) Les Leroux and JayBees drummer Dougie West and Paul Lifsches on bass guitar to name a few.


    Today, Don continues to write, record and perform his songs. His latest single is called Not Much Happening Place. In this song, Don takes you to a place where “time isn’t measured in hours, you know it’s morning when the sun comes up” to a place where nobody cares if you fall asleep in your chair and there are no deadlines. Some insiders have labeled the song “the summer hit of 2015” - “destined for play at the beach at the cottage in the middle of summer or on a tropical beach in the dead of winter."