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Links to all interviews from 2009

Time for a blog entry with all the interviews from 2009.  One of those things where I knew there was a few but once I added them up it got to be a longer list than I though. [Added Allison Crowe which got lost in all the copy and paste I was doing]

Thanks to all those who gave time to be interviewed for the show in 2009. Time to go “Romper Room” and say thanks to Sora, Fergus, Ray, Andrea, Melanie, Tim, Melissa, Bryan, Ian, Toni Marie, Robin, Allison, Neate, Laurie, Gerry and Kirsten.  Whew.  Close to 18 hours of radio here so many weeks worth of listening if you missed some of them.

Sora on her latest CD and her music for this episode.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicFeb20th2009SoraInterview

Fergus O’Byrne from the legendary Newfoundland group Ryan’s Fancy joins the show.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicMar6th2009Hour1

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicMar6th2009Hour2

Ray Johnson from Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers before their tour stop in Kingston.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicMarch13th2009Hour2

Andrea Wittgens, the first Queen’s graduate to join the show.  Originally from Antigonish, NS and currently living in Seattle.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicMar20th2009Hour1

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicMar20th2009Hour2

Melanie Samson a singer/songwriter from Newfoundland who sings in English and French.  And she’s also a schoolteacher and we discuss that and her experience at the ECMA’s.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicMarch27th2009Hour1

Tim Baker from Hey Rosetta! in an interview where he was walking around Toronto on a day off on his cellphone.  Put together at the last minute before they came to Kingston last spring but it worked out well.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicApril17th2009Hour1

Melissa DiMarco from Out There before an episode where she visited Nova Scotia.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicMay1st2009Hour1

Bryan Page from Faded Blue on the 2 year anniversary show of the radio show.  Interview was done live during the show as opposed to the usual taped scenario.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicMay15th2009Hour1

Ian Foster joined the program for the 3rd time before his 2009 tour.  This time he drove from Newfoundland to Ontario, then flew to British Columbia for some dates.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicJuly3rd2009Hour1IanFoster

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicJuly3rd2009Hour2IanFoster

Toni-Marie Wiseman from NTV who interviewed me for the Newfoundland Herald and helped get the Fergus O’Byrne interview.  We talk about how she started out in radio and then moved to TV.  Cover a lot of topics including her favorite songs.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicJuly10th2009Hour1

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicJuly10th2009Hour2

Allison Crowe and her music for 2 hours.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicSept25th2009AllisonCrowe

Neate Sager on the Queen’s Golden Gaels Vanier Cup run.

http://www.archive.org/details/CfrcInterviewWithNeateSagerDec2nd2009

Robin Meade from HLN’s Morning Express joined the show during her book tour.  Day we taped it she was doing a book signing that night in her native Ohio.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicOct9th2009Hour2

Two Olympic torchbearers from the Kingston area, Laurie Walker and Rev. Gerry Moore. Then with Kirsten Mihailides from the Coca-Cola side of the Torch relay organizers.

http://www.archive.org/details/SaltWaterMusicDec11thHour2

Thanks again to all those who joined the show during 2009.  Going to be hard to top that list of guests in 2010, but I’ll see who I can bring to the airwaves.

Queen’s Hockey tonight at 7:30pm against RMC.  Friday the show will be a bit shorter due to another hockey game at 7:30pm followed by Queen’s Basketball Saturday at 8pm.  Busy week of University sports on the station.

Winter 2010 CFRC Sports Schedule

Back on air Friday with the first show of 2010.  Plan to do a bit of a year in review for 2009 but not completely sure.  Worked over Christmas so this is my 4 day stretch of not working.  So trying to relax and do as little as possible.  I said on Christmas that I thought I had too many interviews to cram into 2 hours and that’s true.  I’ll write a long blog post later in the week with links to the interviews from 2009.  Lot of them.

Christmas went well when I had some time off.  Working Christmas Night a bit longer than usual from 10pm-7am.  Which messed up the holiday more than I thought.  You have to get some sleep on the 25th and then on Boxing Day you’re too tired to go out and do anything.  Oh well.  But I have New Year’s Eve off.  Whew.

Just got the revised 2010 CFRC Queen’s Hockey/Basketball schedule.  Going to have a couple of busy weeks ahead of me in the new year.

Hockey
Queen’s Vs. RMC. Wednesday January 6th, Kingston Memorial Centre @ 7:30pm

Queen’s Vs. U of T. Friday January 8th, Kingston Memorial Centre @ 7:30pm

Queen’s Vs. Nipissing. Friday January 15th, Kingston Memorial Centre @ 7:30pm

Queen’s Vs. RMC. Wednesday January 20th, Constantine Arena @ 7:30pm

Queen’s Vs. RMC. Thursday February 4th, Kingston Memorial Centre @ 7:30pm

Queen’s Vs. Ryerson. Wednesday February 10th, Kingston Memorial Centre @ 7:30pm

Basketball
Queen’s Vs. Ryerson. Saturday January 9th, Kingston PEC @ 8:00 PM

Queen’s Vs. Carleton. Friday January 22nd, Ottawa @ 8:00 PM

Queen’s Vs. Ottawa. Saturday January 23rd, Ottawa @ 8:00 PM

Queen’s Vs. York. Saturday January 30th, Kingston PEC @ 8:00 PM

With the hockey and basketball broadcasts this Friday will be the last full 2 hour episode till January 29th.