Cheyenne Rae is the leader of Miss Rae & The Midnight Ramblers. Based in Winnipeg, MB, she is also a photographer and videographer specializing in musical artists.
In 2012, she won the Harvest Moon Songwriting Contest and then performed on their festival stage. She has recently put together The Midnight Ramblers consisting of Vince Andrushko on Guitar, Tom “Twisty” Fodey on Bass and Dan Levasseur on Drums.
I will chat with Cheyenne and we will listen to tunes from their just released album, Big Boned Woman.
Then Philip Sayce will join me. Philip grew up in a home where classic rock & blues ruled. By the time he was 16 he was sneaking into bars to hear various bands including Jeff Healey.
For four years Sayce played with Healey, traveling the world and learning to play the big stage. He also spent time in Uncle Kracker’s Band before joining Melissa Etheridge for four years.
He just released his fourth album Steamroller and it proves again that Sayce can work an axe.
I will chat with Philip about his career and we will listen to tunes.
Holland K Smith comes from the state of Texas where guitar players are born. His fourth album Cobalt was just released and Anson Funderburgh is in the Producers chair again.
I will sit with him and discuss his live, career and music as we listen to cuts from Cobalt.
Finally ‘Couch Kid’ Shaun Murphy returns with her brand new album, Cry of Love.
I was totally stoked when I heard Shaun would be here the night before the album actually drops and the, last week, she went and took home the top honors at The Blues Blast Awards for Best Female Blues Artist and Best Contemporary Blues Album…double score for this incredible woman with a voice that melts steel.