Tag - The Marrieds

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Folk Roots Radio Episode 330: Home County 2017
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Episode 158: The Marrieds, Young Novelists & Elephant Revival
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Home County Folk Festival 2014
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The Marrieds – Folk Roots Radio Interview
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The Marrieds

Folk Roots Radio Episode 330: Home County 2017

We’re all about the 2017 Home County Music & Art Festival on Episode 330 of Folk Roots Radio. The 44th edition of the festival takes place July 14 – 16, 2017 in Victoria Park, London ON. Admission is by donation, and because the festival is held in a downtown London park, it is, also, totally accessible. Alongside a fabulous musical line-up, the festival also features some great art and craft vendors. To learn more about the festival and its 2017 line-up we talk to artistic director Darin Addison. We also check out music from artists heading to London this time around. Check out the full playlist below.

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Episode 158: The Marrieds, Young Novelists & Elephant Revival

Folk Roots Radio on July 12 2014 (Episode 158) featured interviews with The Marrieds, Graydon James and Elephant Revival. Fortunately we found time to squeeze in a new mystery theme and guilty pleasure, and, of course, lots of great music.

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Home County Folk Festival 2014

The Home County Music & Art Festival takes place from July 18 – 20, 2014 in Victoria Park, London ON. Now in its 41st year, the festival is an important part of the southern Ontario folk calendar.

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The Marrieds – Folk Roots Radio Interview

Jane Carmichael and Kevin Kennedy are The Marrieds. They’ll be bringing their beautiful melodies and sweet harmonies to Guelph in July for a Thursday night residency at Magnolia Café. Sharing the stage with them will be Shannon Kingsbury (July 10), Vanessa Tignanelli (July 17), Ian Reid (July 24) and Peter Light (July 31). All the shows are Pay What You Can events and they start at 8:00 p.m. We caught up with Jane Carmichael and Kevin Kennedy at home in London ON. For more information visit www.themarrieds.ca. Music: “Come To Bed” and “The Rest Of My Days” from The Marrieds’ 2013 album “Saving Hope”.

The Marrieds

London, ON duo Jane Carmichael and Kevin Kennedy officially became The Marrieds in 2010 when they posted three snow day songs on YouTube during London’s “Snowmageddon”, an act which while garnering tens of thousands views a day, also caught the imagination of Canada’s national broadcaster CBC who named them the ‘Sound of The Day’. Known for their beautiful melodies, sweet harmonies and clever lyrics alongside their charming husband & wife stage banter they will be in Guelph in July for a Thursday night residency at Magnolia Café. Sharing the stage with them will be Shannon Kingsbury (July 10), Vanessa Tiganelli (July 17), Ian Reid (July 24) and Peter Light (July 31). All the shows are Pay What You Can events and they start at 8:00 p.m. Due to the intimate size of the venue, reservations are recommended. Magnolia Café is also a great place to have supper before the show. Call 519-766-4663 to reserve.

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