Quick blog post this week, with work I’m on a nine day stretch with 1 night off so in a bit of a rush. A proper post next week when I have more time.
Detroit over Atlanta, Miami over Denver, Tennessee over Houston, Tampa Bay over Chicago, Seattle over Cleveland, San Diego over NY Jets, Washington over Carolina, Pittsburgh over Arizona, Oakland over KC, Dallas over St. Louis, Green Bay over Minnesota, New Orleans over Indy, Baltimore over Jacksonville.
Here was the episode from October 14th which reran on Friday due to work this week.
Music of David Myles, Ian Sherwood with Matt Anderson, Andy Brown, Kim Wempe, Molly Thomason, Catherine Maclellan and Gypsophilia.
Interview with Sora as she’s coming to Toronto in November and some of her music.
Here is the full list of winners from the East Coast Music Awards. This year they gave them out during the entire 5 day event as opposed to holding them till the Sunday night gala. Last year’s telecast online ran over 4 hours. A bit on the long side as you can imagine. Kudos to them for trying new things. As a result the results trickled in over the last few days. Think I have them all together now.
David Myles who I’ve interviewed twice in the last year was an early winner for his CD ‘Turn Time Off’. Played here in Kingston with Joel Plaskett earlier in the month. Matt Anderson who has played Kingston twice in the last couple of years won for ‘Piggyback’. Also congratulation to Kimberly Sinclair. She won Industry Professional of the Year. Also Spincount won Independent Company of the year so congrats to Kim and Kevin for that. They’ve helped me out with my show in the last couple of years. Pointed me towards David Myles CD when it came out for example. Worked out well.
Full list of winners, both music and industry. This year I can look at the winners and say the show has played a vast majority of them.
Entertainer of the year: Chris Colepaugh and the Cosmic Crew
Recording of the year: Wintersleep, New Inheritors
Male solo recording: Matt Andersen, Piggyback
Female solo recording: Rose Cousins, The Send Off
Group recording: The Once, The Once
Rock recording: Chris Colepaugh and the Cosmic Crew, Missed a Page
Gospel recording: Chelsea Nisbett, Anchored Roots
Classical Recording: Measha Brueggergosman, Nights and Dreams
Folk recording: David Myles, Turn Time Off
Roots/traditional group: Ennis, Lessons Learned
Roots/traditional solo: Dave Gunning, A Tribute to John Allan Cameron
Instrumental recording: Gypsophilia, Sa-ba-daOw!
Loud recording: Fed Pennies, Brain Disaster
Rap/hip hop single: Gettosocks, Don’t Turn Around
Rock recording: Chris Colepaugh & The Cosmic Crew, Missed a Page
Alternative recording: Slowcoaster, The Darkest of Discos
Country recording: Meaghan Blanchard, Chasin’ Lonely Again
Jazz recording: Dwayne Côté & Duane Andrews, Dwayne Côté & Duane Andrews
Pop recording: Meaghan Smith, The Crickets Orchestra
Blues recording: Matt Andersen, Piggyback
Francophone recording: Lennie Gallant, Le Coeur Hanté
Stompin’ Tom Award: Elliot Wight
Musicians Achievement Award: Chas Guay
Blues Recording of the Year: Matt Andersen – Piggyback
DVD of the Year: The Trews – The Trews Acoustic – Friends & Total
R&B/Soul Single Track Recording of the Year presented by BMO: Chelsea Nisbett – Anchored Roots
World Recording of the Year: The Idlers – Keep Out
ECMA 2011 Industry Award Winners
Broadcast of the Year: Atlantic Airwaves
Event of the Year: Halifax Pop Explosion
Independent Company of the Year presented by Nessya’s Gems & Jewels: SpinCount
Industry Professional of the Year presented by Midland: Kimberly Sinclair
Live Sound Technician of the Year: Carl Gosine
Manager of the Year presented by Delta Hotels Atlantic: Shelley Chase
Media Person of the Year presented by Metro Credit Union: Doug Gallant
Producer of the Year presented by Shoppers Drug Mart – Dave Gunning
Radio Station of the Year: The Coast 89.7
Record Company/Distributor/ Independent Label of the Year: Sonic Records
Studio Engineer of the Year presented by OIART: Jamie Foulds
Venue of the Year: The Company House
Studio of the Year: The Sonic Temple
Visual Artist of the Year: Chr!s Sm!th
A few weeks from the 4th anniversary of the show as well. No plan as of yet. Maybe just cram as many artists into one show as I can.
Next week an interview with Allison Crowe will air. Just taped it last week. She’s doing some dates out east in the coming weeks. Hitting Fredericton, Halifax and St. John’s. As I spoke to her it was snowing in Corner Brook. The interview will air this Friday and I will replay it the following week. Main reason since it’s Good Friday coming up. So I’m sure some regular listeners will be away from the radios [or computers] and enjoying a long weekend. Therefore told Allison I would play it twice. Just made sense.
I will make a podcast episode out of the interview as well. Can pass along the stats I now can see from the Libsyn website about the podcast downloads. A big chunk of downloads lately in Texas of all places. Few transplanted Canadians there? That’s my guess.
Starting to catch up on episodes. If you’ve checked recently the CFRC website recently you’ll see the archive isn’t working. So right now this will be the only way to listen to shows. Catching up first with the most recent show from last Friday. Some more news about the show this week. But that will be saved for another post.
Start off the show with some blues from New Brunswick with tracks from ‘Piggyback’ a disc that has Matt Anderson teaming up with Mike Stevens.
Followed by The Irish Descendants who were in the news with a change in the band’s lineup.
End the first hour with Allison Crowe’s new CD ‘Spiral’ as I just got in the mail a few days earlier. Also throw in a live cover of a Jewel song she did a few years ago
Start off the second hour with some more from Allison Crowe’s CD ‘Spiral’. Also end the hour with what I believe is a fan recording of her doing Radiohead’s ‘Creep’ live in concert.
Some indie bands from PEI as well. One song each from English Words, Solid Gold Workout & Milks and Rectangles.
Continue with PEI artists with some tracks from Nathan Wiley. New CFRC volunteer Laura who was shadowing the broadcast enjoyed Nathan’s CD a lot. I think this hour you might hear a cell phone ring in the background. That was Laura’s but I made the same mistake starting off as well. 🙂
Mix of Ian Foster’s two releases from 2009 towards the end of the program this week.