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thatdanguy's Podcast

Feb 26, 2016

Banjoist, composer and instigator Jayme Stone threads together influences he has collected from around the globe to build another, even more vibrant musical world.

With his most current Lomax Project (nominated for a 2016 JUNO Award), he introduces world music into traditional folk songs that go deep -...

Feb 16, 2016

Mitch Dorge is connected to music in every fibre of his being. That is indisputable  - whether he is playing live, helping other musicians achieve their own dreams, writing for TV soundtracks, or by inspiring kids with his program in conjunction with The Co-Operators. He likely even snores in 4/4 time, when he does...

Feb 8, 2016

Bill Garrett & Sue Lothrop are another pair of accomplished Canadian folk artists that can trace their beginnings back to seminal coffee houses here, and in New York City.

Partnering after Bill's last solo album in 1999, the two have appeared all across the country and the U.S., in a wide variety of clubs, concerts,...

Feb 8, 2016

Laura Smith and Paul Mills have maintained an ongoing artistic connection for decades, starting back in Ontario coffee houses in the 1970's.  

Since then, that collaboration has continued and appeared on recordings, plus (at the time of this interview) live performances.

The conversation with these two musicians touched...

Feb 6, 2016

It's hard to imagine a more accomplished Canadian recording artist than Lennie Gallant. Over the length of his career to date he has either been nominated for, or won JUNOs, East Coast Music Awards, Canadian Folk Music Awards, AND, The Order Of Canada. His music has even gone into The International Space Station!