Trying to recover from being awake for 23 hours yesterday.
Up at 5:30am for work, then go to CFRC around 5pm. Radio show over at 8pm.
Met some of the band while doing sound check at 8:30. Got bite to eat then back to Grad Club. Show started little after 10:30pm and finished up after 1am.
Walked for about 15 minutes to a coffee shop to call a cab and got home 1:45am. Watched last half of the new episode of “Out There” on CITYTV Vancouver.
Get some food and it’s 2:30 am. But if you’ve worked nights or anything you know you still need time to wind down. So I watched Russell Crowe on Letterman, CBS Seattle.
At almost 4am and decided to put on the radio. CFRC programming from 2-7am are rebroadcasts from the previous day. So for example Offsides which airs at 4pm, comes on again at 4am. Sure enough, heard Tyler again at 4am.
So I think I would’ve come on again at 6am with the hour of Hey Rosetta!, but thankfully I was asleep by then.
Onto last night’s program.
Interview with Tim Baker of Hey Rosetta!, and songs from their CD which I’ll give the entire title here. “Into Your Lungs (and around in your heart and on through your blood)” for the entire hour.
Start off the hour with Jenn Grant, from her new CD ‘Echoes’. Then 20 minutes of live music from Teresa Ennis. She performed live on the radio during ECMA weekend. More live tracks from Blue Rodeo’s Daze in America EP.
End the hour with one more song from Hey Rosetta! who played Kingston later that night. Great concert. Opening act had to cancel so the band opened for themselves doing a 45 minute acoustic set. Still got their full set after a 10 minute break.