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Our June guest is Digging Roots from Barrie, Ontario. In this special episode we discuss the First Nations concept of song lines, music as a universal language, truth and reconciliation in Canada, and the story behind their Cobalt Prize winning song “Hwy 17”. Tune in and enjoy two high energy song performances: "All Night" and "Hwy 17".
Our April guest is Vancouver Island artist Mark Crissinger. In this episode, we learn about Mark’s rock band background, moving from Quebec to BC, and he discusses his current album “Night Light”. Songs performed are "Shake a Leg" and "Holding My Heart".
Our March guest is Harpdog Brown and the Travelin’ Blues Show. In this episode Harpdog provides an entertaining and frank interview covering a range of topics from the story behind his name to his scotch preferences. Songs performed are "Home is where the Harp Is" and "Sacrifice".
This month our guest is Andre Bisson. You will hear rocking Blues infused with a Motown vibe. In the interview Andre talks about his musical influences and what drives his unique sound. Songs performed are "Borrowed Time" and "Daybreak".
Erin McCallum is a Blues artist known for her big voice and award-winning songwriting abilities. In this episode she discusses how much she treasures her fans, songwriting, and the unique place women hold in the Blues scene. Erin performs a powerful and intimate acoustic set which includes the songs “Trouble” and “Rolling with the Punches”.
Electric guitar sensation Toney Springer and his band Wild T & The Spirit join us this month where Toney does a show and tell on his guitars, discusses their new live album, and gets a little crazy performing two great songs. During the recording of this show they overloaded the microphones and even blew the power circuits in the building. You should not be surprised. Songs performed are “Mean Mean Mama” and “Every-Thang”.