EP 160 | Terry Wickham-Producer Edmonton Folk Music Festival-Taking It To The Streets

This week’s guest is Terry Wickham. The hard-working and much-admired Producer of the Edmonton Folk Music Festival. Thing is – there is no Festival this year. However, after much discussion, they have come up with a Plan B. To quote The Doobie Brothers they’re Taking...

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EP 159 | Bruce Cockburn – Celebrating 50 Years of The Junos.

Canada’s Music Awards – The Junos – take place Sunday night. 50 years ago,  the first-ever Folksinger of the Year Juno Award went to Bruce Cockburn. Also nominated were Joni Mitchell and Great Speckled Bird (featuring Ian and Sylvia)  Bruce Cockburn won 12 more...

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EP 158 | Daniel Lanois Revisited (and Recut)

We first interviewed singer/player/producer/writer Daniel Lanois last November. (7 Grammy Awards. Juno Winner. Order of Canada) At that time he had recorded his next album Heavy Sun but only the first single (Under a)  Heavy Sun had been released. That was  all the new music we...

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EP 157 | Dylan Turns 80

Bob Dylan turns 80 on Monday the 24th. As part of our coverage at CKUA, I started digging into old interviews looking for comments on Bob’s music, influence, and legacy. I’m delighted to bring you a select group of artists who bring insight into...

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EP 156 | Holger Petersen – Doctor of Blues

Our CKUA Radio Network Neighbour has always been Holger Petersen’s Natch’l  Blues. It’s the greatest lead-in any show could have. Two hours of blues. Holger celebrated 50 years of Hosting Natch’l Blues in 2019 But that’s not all Holger has accomplished. He co-founded Edmonton...

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EP 155 | Jordan Hart

Jordan Hart tells the story of discovering  CKUA Radio.  He asked, “what album am I listening to?”  Told it was a radio station.  CKUA! His reply was  “There’s no radio station that cool”  With this podcast Jordan has come full circle. Back to CKUA Radio....

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