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Gregory Hoskins
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New Country Rehab
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Ondine Chorus
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Fred Eaglesmith
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Joni Nehrita
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Ondine Chorus
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Episode 141
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Fearing & White
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Singalong With Sam & Jane
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Kev Morse
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Guelph Celtic Orchestra
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Gathering Sparks
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Fiona McCairley & Bob MacLean
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Langhorne Slim
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Kev Morse
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De Temps Antan
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De Temps Antan
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Celebrate St Patrick
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Episode 140
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The O’Schraves

Gregory Hoskins

Guelph-based singer-songwriter Gregory Hoskins joined us in the studio in <strong>November 2013</strong> to chat about his latest project, a collaboration with drummer/percussionist Gary Craig, The Map of Above – The Map of Below (2013), an album with a wonderful sensual feel and stripped down rootsy groove.

Fore more information about Gregory Hoskins, visit www.gregoryhoskins.com.

New Country Rehab

New Country Rehab are about to kick off the prairie leg of their North American tour. To celebrate, they are releasing “Lost Highway”, a free EP available for download now via Bandcamp.

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Ondine Chorus

Ondine Chorus “Into The Dark” from the “Towards A Little Light” E.P . Sue Smith and Shannon Kingsbury from Ondine Chorus will join us on Folk Roots Radio on CFRU 93.3fm on March 22 2014.

Fred Eaglesmith

Fred Eaglesmith is heading back on to the road with his travelling show this spring to celebrate the launch of his latest album (number twenty, for those counting), the AM (and FM) radio friendly “Tambourine”.

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Joni Nehrita

Joni Nehrita will be celebrating the launch of her latest E.P., the jazz-styled “Beginnings”, with a show at the Guelph Black Heritage Society, 88 Essex St., Guelph on Saturday March 29 at 8:00 p.m.

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Ondine Chorus

Guelph based Ondine Chorus are releasing their first EP, “Towards a Little Light”. The E.P. features two original compositions and three stunning arrangements of traditional tunes. The CD release party will take place at the Macdonald Stewart Art Centre on Saturday March 29 2014 at 2:30 p.m. (Doors at 2:00 p.m.)

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Episode 141

Folk Roots Radio on CFRU 93.fm on March 15 2014 (Episode 141)

Mystery Theme: “Growing Old”

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Fearing & White

Fearing & White release their second album, Tea and Consequences on March 4 2014.

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Singalong With Sam & Jane

Join Sam Turton and Jane Lewis for their monthly singalong at Magnolia Café in Guelph. The next session takes place on April 7 2014.

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Kev Morse

“Kev Morse – Smile”
Singer/Songwriter Kev Morse will be live in the studio with us on Folk Roots Radio on CFRU 93.3fm on March 15. Kev will be previewing songs from his second solo album “In The Blood”. You won’t want to miss it!

Guelph Celtic Orchestra

“Guelph Celtic Orchestra – Always Welcome”
The Guelph Celtic Orchestra will be celebrating the life of St. Patrick with a performance and ceilidh dance at the Royal Canadian Legion, 57 Watson Parkway South, Guelph on March 15 2014 at 7:00 pm.
Tickets: Adults $15 advance/$20 at the door; Children under 12 $10 advance /door
Advanced tickets available at Janus Books, 10 Paisley St., Guelph and through the Guelph Celtic Orchestra website, www.guelphceltic.ca.

Gathering Sparks

Gathering Sparks will be celebrating the first day of Spring in Guelph with a special show at Magnolia Café on March 21 2014.

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Fiona McCairley & Bob MacLean

Fiddler and guitar duo Fiona McCairley & Bob MacLean take over Van Gogh’s Ear, Guelph on Sunday March 16 from 2-4 p.m. This pay what you can show promises to be energetic and engaging, and lots of fun. Fiona McCairley is an award-winning fiddler and Director of the Guelph Celtic Orchestra. Bob MacLean is founder of the Waterloo-Wellington Guitar Summit. The afternoon will also feature step-dancing from the McCairley sisters.

“If folk music means music for the people, and playing music to entertain them and share different messages, then sure, I’d like to think that I’m part folk singer.”
Langhorne Slim

Kev Morse

The Great Wooden Trio’s Kev Morse will be releasing his second solo album, “In The Blood” in May . He’ll be playing a couple of ‘sneak peek’ pre-release shows locally over the coming weeks. On March 15 2014 Kev will be at The Ark Coffee House and March 21 at The Roxy in Acton. Kev will also be live in the studio with us on Folk Roots Radio on CFRU 93.3fm on March 15. You won’t want to miss it!

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De Temps Antan

Traditional Quebec music is coming to Guelph in the shape of De Temps Antan. Éric Beaudry, André Brunet and Pierre-Luc Dupuis have been exploring and performing time-honoured melodies from the stomping grounds of Quebec’s musical past since 2003. Using fiddle, accordion, harmonica, guitar, bouzouki and a number of other instruments, the three virtuosos blend boundless energy with the unmistakable joie de vivre found only in traditional Quebec music.

The show takes place at Royal Canadian Legion, 57 Watson Parkway South, Guelph on March 17 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $25 and can be ordered online here.

For more on De Temps Antan, visit detempsantan.qc.ca.

De Temps Antan

“De Temps Antan – Buvons, mes chers amis, Buvons!”
Trad. Quebecois band De Temps Antan are in Guelph for a very special St. Patrick’s Day show at the Royal Canadian Legion, 57 Watson Parkway South on March 17 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 and can be ordered online.

Celebrate St Patrick

The Guelph Celtic Orchestra will be celebrating the life of St. Patrick with a performance and ceilidh dance at the Royal Canadian Legion on March 15 2014 at 7:00 pm.

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Episode 140

Folk Roots Radio on CFRU 93.fm on March 8 2014 (Episode 140)

Mystery Theme: “Time Changes”

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The O’Schraves

The O’Schraves (The O’Gorman/Schryer/Lefebvre Family) play music that is joyous, skillful, inspiring, and fun. They are in Guelph on March 3 2014 for a special show at St. David and St. Patrick Church.

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