Tag - Jan Hall

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Dennis Gaumond and Jennis
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Episode 151: Dennis Gaumond
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Episode 150: Sarah Jane Scouten / Craig Cardiff
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Folk Roots Radio
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The Bombadils – In The Studio
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Episode 149: The Bombadils
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April 26 Show – Part 1
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April 26 Show – Part 2
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Episode 147: Rick Avery
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Episode 143: Clela Errington & Fred Eaglesmith
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Joni Nehrita
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Episode 139
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Episode 138
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John Hall – In Memoriam Part 2
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John Hall – In Memoriam Part 1
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April Fool’s Day 2009

Dennis Gaumond and Jennis

Guelph-based blues musician Dennis Gaumond (Gomo) joined us on Folk Roots Radio on May 24 2014 to chat about Jennis, his new project with Toronto based multi-instrumentalist Jen Gillmor. Jennis release their first album, “The Current”, in Toronto on May 30 and in Guelph (Eden Mills) on June 6. For more information visit jennis.ca.

Episode 151: Dennis Gaumond

Folk Roots Radio on May 24 2014 (Episode 151) featured lots of great music and an in studio interview with Dennis Gaumond (Gomo) about his new project Jennis.

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Episode 150: Sarah Jane Scouten / Craig Cardiff

Folk Roots Radio on May 10 2014 (Episode 150) featured lots of great music and interviews with singer-songwriters Sarah Jane Scouten and Craig Cardiff.

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Folk Roots Radio

We’ve just completed 100 posts on our new website. We hope you are enjoying it. As always we’d love some feedback – whether it is a suggestion for music to play, artists to invite into the studio or a Guilty Pleasure – that song you still love although you think others will find it unfashionable. Take it from me, there are a lot of people out there who will enjoy hearing your Guilty Pleasure, and learning why you still like it. We’ll catch up with you on Saturday morning, bright and early with a new mystery theme, a couple of interesting interviews and lots of great music. You won’t want to miss it!

The Bombadils – In The Studio

Montreal-based progressive celtic/bluegrass band The Bombadils joined us in the studio on May 10 2014. Their music draws from Québecois, Irish, and bluegrass folk influences but as a whole it’s pure Bombadils; a decidedly contemporary sound that combines soaring melodic lines, tight rhythmic energy, and virtuosity.

Formed in 2009 at McGill University, the band has performed regularly since then around Montreal in pubs and cafés while completing their studies in jazz and classical music. They released their debut CD “Fill Your Boots!” in 2012 and will release their new album, tentatively called Grassy Roads, Wandering Feet (after a Yeats poem that forms that basis for a song on the new album) later this year.

For more information, visit thebombadils.com.

Episode 149: The Bombadils

Folk Roots Radio on May 10 2014 (Episode 149) featured an in studio appearance by Montreal-based progressive celtic/bluegrass band The Bombadils and lots of great new music.

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April 26 Show – Part 1

Due to a power outage at the University of Guelph on April 26 2014 we were unable to broadcast online. However you can listen to the show here. Because of the size of the file we’ve split it into two parts, Part One and Part Two. You can check out the playlist here. Enjoy.

April 26 Show – Part 2

Due to a power outage at the University of Guelph on April 26 2014 we were unable to broadcast online. However you can listen to the show here. Because of the size of the file we’ve split it into two parts, Part One and Part Two. You can check out the playlist here. Enjoy.

Episode 147: Rick Avery

Folk Roots Radio on April 26 2014 (Episode 147) featured an interview with Rick Avery (from local trad folk combo Relative Harmony) about the Brian Pickell Band‘s visit to Guelph and a welcomed replay of an in studio appearance by Crash Bamboo, feat. Ambre McLean and Preetam Sengupta.

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Episode 143: Clela Errington & Fred Eaglesmith

We had two interviews on Folk Roots Radio on March 29 (Episode 143). Toronto-based singer-songwriter Clela Errington joined us in the first hour, and Fred Eaglesmith after the break.

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Joni Nehrita

Joni Nehrita joined us in the studio for a chat about her new jazz-styled E.P. “Beginnings” on March 22 2014. Joni will be celebrating the launch of the E.P. with a show at the Guelph Black Heritage Society, 88 Essex St., Guelph on Saturday March 29 at 8:00 p.m. Joni’s band for the evening will feature Thomas Hammerton (Keys), Tyler Wagler (Bass), Jane Ellenton (Woodwind) and Mark Kelso (Drums). Tickets: $20. Expect a show that runs the gamut from soul, funk, pop to reggae. For more information visit www.joninehrita.com.

Episode 139

Folk Roots Radio on CFRU 93.fm on March 1 2014 (Episode 139)

Mystery Theme: “March”

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Episode 138

Folk Roots Radio on CFRU 93.3fm on February 22 2014 (Episode 138)

Mystery Theme: “Sparrows”

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John Hall – In Memoriam Part 2

My father, John, passed away on August 6 2011. In his memory, my mother Jean, and, Susan Wheeler, joined me for a very special show on November 5 2011, featuring a lot of the music my father loved and enjoyed. It was a great show and one that deserved to be repeated. We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you.

Listen to part 1 HERE.

John Hall – In Memoriam Part 1

My father, John, passed away on August 6 2011. In his memory, my mother Jean, and, Susan Wheeler, joined me for a very special show on November 5 2011, featuring a lot of the music my father loved and enjoyed. It was a great show and one that deserved to be repeated. We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you.

Listen to part 2 HERE.

April Fool’s Day 2009

On April 1 2009 to celebrate April Fool’s Day we were broadcasting live from an undisclosed Guelph location with storytellers Sya Van Guest and Brad Woods, and singer-songwriter Sam Turton. This was certainly one of our favourite shows. It’s definitely worth a listen!

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