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We have a double dose of artist interviews in this week's show, as Mike speaks with Jacquie Neville of Toronto-based rock trio The Balconies. The band has spend the lion's share of the last year on the road and are currently crossing Canada and the US with a string of shows.
Then, Andrew catches Jay Malinowski, frontman for the reggae rock trio Bedouin Soundclash, who's preparing for the release of the debut from Jay Malinowski & The Deadcost called "martel," based on the life of one of his actual ancestors.
We'll also speak with Cristina Fernandes, the founder of Listen Harder, a publicity company based in Toronto that's propelled the careers of artists like The Lumineers, Tokyo Police Club, Monster Truck, City & Colour, and a long list of others. She'll talk about effective publicity campaigns, how to recognize the need for a pro PR campaign, and more.
We had so much great content from Canadian Music Week that we figured we'd double down and bring you another best-of full of interviews from this year's showcasing artists.
This time around, we've got on-the-rise rock trio The Balconies, BC-based folkies Good for Grapes, country singer Jason Hastie, bouncy indie pop outfit BESTiE, and Toronto newcomers The Cruelty Party, featuring Alphonse Alixander Lanza III of Azari & III.
There's something for everyone, musically speaking, plus all the goods from around the industry - including more summer festival talk. (This summer is going to be an absolute blast for music fans.)
Join Candi and Teresa as they talk bout the basics of gardening. Teresa will be out in her garden broadcasting live. The idea of backyard gardening is nothing new, but people are finally getting back to the idea that we need to grow our own food. With GMO's and pesiticides running rampant across America people want a healthier choice in their food supply. One way is to grow your own. In the past people thought you had to have a lot of land to grow your own food.
Most families are smaller than they were a few decades ago and will be able to plant small gardens in their backyards, porches, or balconies. You can use boxes, large pots, old barrels and many other containers to grow a garden. You can also grow gardens using tubing, and water, no soil needed. Sustainable gardening is possible for everyone.
Beekeeping and the rewards!!
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WeGrowOurs is dedicating this show to the furry little flying critters that allow all of us to grow our own food! Bees are an amazing super-organism that not only provide the nectar of the gods, but allow us to grow our food! These little guys are in some big trouble as well, and backyard beekeeping may be one of the answers to saving them, and us! Take a listen and learn about these amazing creatures! Did you know that bees are in rapid decline and that we all will suffer if they disappear? Not only will we discuss this with Charley of beepod.com, but we learn a lot about the behavior of the bee. Did you know that a single bee produces only a few drop of honey in its life? You will after listening! How about that honey has no expiration date? This episode is not to be missed! Charley invented a “backyard” bee keeping method and system that changes the game and allows people to keep bees in just about any size lot of are. They have people doing this in the city on balconies!
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Happy New Year and welcome to 2014! This special episode will feature some of the interviews from our first year of CM Radio with on-the-rise artists that we think have big things in store for 2014.
Tune in for snippets of our chats with artists like July Talk, Metz, The Balconies, Paper Lions, David Myles, Lindi Ortega, Pear, A Tribe Called Red, and a bunch more.
Let's start the new year off right.
More music, more fun. Mike checks in from NXNE 2013 with Jose Contreras, the longtime frontman of By Divine Right, while Andrew chats with Audio Blood Media founder Sari Delmar.
With a slew of heralded albums like Mutant Message, Bless This Mess, and Good Morning Beautiful to his name, Jose has also shared the prestibious BDR moniker with the likes of Brendan Canning (Broken Social Scene), Brian Borcherdt (Holy F*ck) and even Leslie Feist.
Sari, on the other hand, is the publicity princess who propels acts like The Balconies, Paper Lions, Raine Maida, and Wildlife onto the national stage.
We'll also discuss the 2013 Polaris Music Prize long list and have plenty of other goodies on offer.
Charlotte View interview with photographer Deborah Triplett (Deborah Triplett Studio and Photography) founder of the citywide project "Yard Art Day" in Charlotte, NC on Sept 3. This exhibition welcomes everyone to celebrate their creative spirit by displaying or performing their works of art for 24 hours in their front yards or balconies for the public. “Yard Art Day is a grass roots exhibition, created by the community for the community” to show the city's creative side during the DNC
You can register until August 25th to be included on the online map (displaying artists information and work) and get a Yard Art Day sign for easier recognition.
The exhibition is being organized by the Yard Art Day team -Deborah Triplett, Sharon Dowell, Candice Langston, Colleen Taylor, Greggory Bradford, Susan Walker, Katie Culclasure, Mike Watson and Teri Garner and the generous donations of individuals and local organizations (Common Market, ASC, Charlotte View, etc). Yard Art can be anything—any artistic expression: read poetry in your yard, display a painting, wrap a tree in fabric, plant balloons like a field of flowers, build a totem, play an instrument … the possibilities are as endless as your imagination.
To register or support: email email@example.com
Website and map: www.yardartday.org
This interview is brought to you by Shaklee with the Dussingers
Sierra Farris is our guest tonight. This is a quote from her: Two weeks ago I attended a weekend meeting that was organized by several concerned KB Home owners in my community. I would estimate that close to 40 KB Home owners showed up and many were concerned about various unresolved issues with their KB Homes including water intrusion, unsafe balconies, mold, stucco problems, improperly installed hurricane straps, insulation issues, and more. I thought I was fortunate not to have any issues in my home until the group of neighbors taking action showed me how their problems started in their homes. If I did not witness their crumbling homes, I would not be aware that I too have my balconies collapsing and that there is mold in our master bedroom. From that point on I knew that I was onboard for whatever we needed to do. Our families have been deprived of the full enjoyment of our home. We can no longer afford to be subjected to the health risks and the uncertainties of paying for mistakes that KB Home and its engineers caused. The astounding number of homes in this community that are reporting continuous damage and weakened structures is shocking. We continue to work as a unified group. Our courage will carry forward our search for justice and we will prevail in getting our story out to the public. SQUEEZE THIS LEMON - YOU’LL GET MOLD! We need the support of our community, town, and nation to find justice! Help the Willowbrook community in Lakewood Ranch, FL get these lemon houses bought back; we’ve started a petition on ww.change.org against KB Homes for that purpose. Please join us in signing this petition on our website’s homepage www.thekbhome.com in the top right hand corner.
The motel is dedicated to providing a memorable experience in special overnight accommodations and attentive service. They treat their guests with professionalism and warm hospitality. When they say, “Welcome to the Fitzgeralds Motel”, it’s genuine and true. They ensure their guests satisfaction and are committed to making sure the motel is well-maintained. They offer a spectacular downtown, or pool view, from the balconies of the motel rooms. They also have adjoining rooms for flexible family accommodations, and a lending library, if one feels to curl up with a good book. Some of the rooms have kitchens and two-bedroom family units available, and there is also a heated outdoor pool.
http://www.TheRecipeBoxShow.com Treat your holiday guests (or yourself) with a luxurious gourmet breakfast that is easy and quick. One of my favorite B&B innkeepers returns to the show to share a few recipes with us. Strawberry Creek Inn is a 10-room B&B and an 18-room boutique motel (the Strawberry Creek Bunkhouse) in Idyllwild, California. A quaint art and nature haven in the scenic San Jacinto mountains of Southern California, Idyllwild is the perfect nature and wildlife destination in the middle of the San Bernardino National Forest, and it also features scores of art venues, including the world-renowned Idyllwild Arts performing arts boarding school. The B&B offers individually themed rooms that hearken to an earlier, simpler time, and the innkeepers--Rodney Wlliams and Ian Scott--continue that idea by keeping organic, free-range hens and honeybees on the property. The Inn is also known for its scrumptuous full gourmet breakfasts featuring local organic produce, along with fresh organic eggs and raw honey courtesy of the aforementioned hard-working mascots. The Strawberry Creek Bunkhouse features camping-themed rooms with knotty-pine interiors, private balconies overlooking the forest, and kitchenettes. The Bunkhouse offers a more family-friendly environment, and certain rooms are also designated as pet-friendly or allergy-friendly. A lovely gourmet continental breakfast basket is delivered to your room each morning at the Bunkhouse, complete with fresh-baked scones and lemon curd from the B&B kitchen, organic fruit, organic oatmeal, and fruit juice. The Memorable Mornings Cookbook is a collection of recipes and tips for breakfast and brunch entertaining, due out soon from the Strawberry Creek Inn.
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Join Cruise with Bruce Radio host Bruce Oliver and his guest from Holland America Line, Karen Seiler (Business Development Manager) on another program in the series about Holland America Line's: Ships, Itineraries & Specials. On this program Bruce and Karen will talk about the differences in cabins aboard the Holland America Line Ships. Get tips the best kept secrets regarding cabins and balconies. Karen gives some tips on booking groups of people in various types of cabins to get the most bang for the buck. They also talk about the Alaskan Cruise Tour itineraries that you can take advantage of. Find out the best time to visit to get the most for your money as well as what you can expect to see at the beginning of the cruise season in May verses the end of the season in September. Learn about the fleet of privately owned buses that have more space per passenger and Holland's hotels and private rail way cars.
During the last part of the interview, Bruce and Karen will talk about savings on various cruises to Alaska, the Carribean, Trans-Atlantic, Rome to Rome, etc sailings. Find out which trips you can book and 3/4th passengers can travel for dramatically reduced rates or feee. Get a preview of future progams.
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