Tagged: air traffic control

April 16th and 23rd Episodes

Catching up with the last 2 episodes, lots of new music on these ones.  People still finding the blog from looking up news on Toni Marie in the last week.  Maybe people visiting St. John’s for the Junos and catching her on the news.  She’s on vacation this week for those wondering where she is on the news.

Bruins pulled off an upset, I picked Buffalo in 7.  Glad Boston won.  If you’re wondering Bruins-Habs can’t happen till the Conference finals.  Boston gets either the Flyers or Penguins in Round 2.  Either way not much traveling for the Bruins.  Both teams in Pennsylvania.

Back to the music.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicApril16th2010Hour1

Joel Plaskett solo CD from a few years back before he opened for Barenaked Ladies that Tuesday in Kingston.

More music from Price Edward Island. First time on the show for The Danks, Carmen Townshend, The Cashmere Disciples and Racoon Bandit. Meaghan Blanchard to end the first hour.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicApril16th2010Hour2

Open up with a band from PEI, Haunted Hearts. Instrumental track called “The GST Cheques are here” which I had to play just for the title.

Followed by Juno nominee, and eventual winner Amelia Curran from Newfoundland. Stay with the Rock with Chris Picco.

End the show with Nathan Wiley, an unreleased Hey Rosetta! song and Teresa Ennis.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicApril23rd2010Hour1

Open the show with brand the new CD from Air Traffic Control. Then back to the mid 90’s with a Greg Keelor solo effort. More new music to end the first hour with a duo from out east called Lazy Bones. Couple of tracks from Allison Crowe too.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicApril23rd2010Hour2

Allison Crowe to start the hour then back to a Joel Plaskett CD from a few years back. New music from a female duo, Madison Violet along with some blues from New Brunswick with Ross Neilsen. End the show with Hey Rosetta! who are in the midst of putting together a new album.

August 14th Show

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicAug14th2009Hour1

DAWG FM finally was approved a few days before this episode. With that news I kicked off the show with some blues from the East Coast with GlamourPuss and John Campbelljohn.

Move on to brand new music from Teresa Ennis. Ahead of her new CD “Stars” which is coming out this fall.

Then a couple of tracks from Nova Scotia’s Emmy Alcorn’s CD “Unveil”.

End the hour with 3 covers from Allison Crowe’s CD “Tidings”. Which is primarily a Christmas CD but these are covers of The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Sarah Maclachlin.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicAug14thHour2

Traditional music from Newfoundland starts the second hour with Jim Payne and Fergus O’Byrne.

Move over to rock/pop side of things with two bands I’ve had a chance to chat with.  Talked to one member of each band on the phone for interviews last year.  Grand Theft Bus and Air Traffic Control.

End the hour with Ian Foster as he was doing his last tour date in New Brunswick that night.  After that back on the way to St. John’s.  His cross country tour has come to an end for this summer.  Mix of stuff from some of his MySpace page to end the show.

Jan. 30th Show

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicJan30th2009Hour1

Funding drive episode with interview clips from previous interviews. This hour Ian Foster and Teresa Ennis. With a request for Jeff Healey in between.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicJan30th2009Hour2

Second hour of this funding drive show. Interview clips and music of Kirk Comstock from Air Traffic Control, Graeme Walker Grand Theft Bus and Alex Foster of Your Favorite Enemies.

Then a clip of my chat with Krissy Holmes of Out of the Fog in St. John’s. Followed that with a brand new song Ian Foster performed recently on Out of the Fog.

End the show with Allison Crowe, I added a song we didn’t have time for at the end as a bonus.

Jan. 16th Show

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicJan16th2009Hour1

Start off with the music of Teresa Ennis on her birthday. Then new artists for the rest of the hour.

Sam Ryan, a duo based in Halifax. Blues from the Eileen Joyce Band. More blues from John Campbelljohn’s live CD recorded in Germany. End the hour with some rock/blues from Mike Richey.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicJan16th2009Hour2

Start off Hour 2 with music from The Subtitles. Band from St. John’s named one to watch in 2009 by the Newfoundland Herald. Then over to Nova Scotia with more rock from Air Traffic Control.

Couple of new artists to the show with Lisa Birt and Mary Stewart, a track from Grand Theft Bus in between those two.

End the show with a demo track from Teresa Ennis and Great Big Sea’s cover of Gallow’s Pole.

October 3rd Show

Quick this week on the upload.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicOctober32008Hour1

Air Traffic Control, Mark Bragg, Chillin Room, Christa Borden, The Idlers and Ian Foster.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicOctober32008Hour2

Catherine MacLellan, Allison Crowe, The Fables and Don Brownrigg.

Sept 12th Show

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicSept122008Hour1

Busy first hour of music. 5 songs from Andrea Wittgens’ brand new CD. Also first time playing music by Colette Cheverie and at the end of the hour Abby Pond. Other songs by Great Big Sea, Natalie MacMaster, Shanneyganock, The Fables and Ron Hynes

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicSept122008Hour2

End of the first hour as I made some NFL picks. Was eating up some time till the top of the hour. Listen as I talk about my sister beating me in Week 1. 🙂

Then back to music with Sherry Ryan, Trish Kerr, Holly Larocque, Drumlin, Grand Theft Bus, Air Traffic Control and The Angelshakes.