Tagged: john campbelljohn

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. 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.