Demo and live tracks from Ian Foster to open the show. Then some folk with a bluegrass flavour from The Strangeboys. Some songs from Jenn Grant’s new CD Echoes.
Then an interview I taped 30 minutes before the show started with Melissa DiMarco. East coast connection that night as on her show ‘Out There’ that night she traveled to Nova Scotia and met up with Bubbles of the Trailer Park Boys. We chatted for about 12 minutes.
At the end of the hour, Melissa’s song request. For David Baxter with his title track, ‘Day and Age’. He’s a musician from Toronto who contributes to the Degrassi soundtrack. A show Melissa will be working on as they start shooting soon.
Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers who were playing Kingston that following Tuesday.
Some sets of music from The Fables, Ron Hynes and Meghan Blanchard.
End the show with 3 live songs. Allison Crowe’s cover of ‘Who Will Save Your Soul’. Greg Keelor and Cuff The Duke with ‘Palace of Gold’. End with Jessica Rhaye, ‘Holding Out’. Jessica has a new CD that’s coming out soon which I’ll be getting my hands on.
Here is Melissa’s email address that she gave out during the show, fans of her show can contact it here. And the many places the show is online. Website, YouTube, MySpace and Facebook.
Lot of places online to follow the show, as many things as me. I don’t have a YouTube channel, but I’m on Twitter. Maybe that’s next up for them. 🙂
Since I was running on little sleep last night I mixed up the start times. The new Out There episode was at 10pm, then the episode from the previous week was 10:30pm. Oops. But at least the episode in Nova Scotia is on again next week if my mistake caused you to miss it.
Thanks to Melissa for the interview.
Time to check out Bulls-Celtics Game 7, hopefully a close game.
Mix of music this week. RA Lautenschlager, Greg Keelor performing with Cuff The Duke, Chillin Room and Maddison Avenue.
Local music of Craig McIntyre. Got a request from an online listener in Hawaii for a song by Green Light Go, a band from Honolulu. Finish off the show with music of Andrea Wittgens, Kevin Collins and Allison Crowe.