Tell the Band to Go Home/Steel Belted Radio Podcasts
April 30, 2006 - part 4
April 30, 2006 - part 3
April 30, 2006 - part 2 (Andy Sheppard)
April 30, 2006 - part 1

April 30, 2006 - part 1

April 30, 2006

Featuring a phone interview with the great Andy Sheppard, and we celebrate the return of the Shrine Circus and we pay tribute to Bruce Springsteen and his fantastic new tribute record.

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Steel Belted Radio, April 27, 2006 - part 3
Steel Belted Radio, April 27, 2006 - part 2
Steel Belted Radio, April 27, 2006 - part 1

Steel Belted Radio, April 27, 2006 - part 1

April 27, 2006

Thursday, April 27, 2006
with
Kristi Kolbauer, Jeff Robson & Terry Wilson

Mike Plume Band Steel Belted Radio   CDN
Feist Inside + Out   CDN
Bruce Springsteen Old Dan Tucker    
Stephen Fearing When my work is done   CDN
Ridley Bent Rattlesnake Moonshine   CDN
Teddy Thompson & Rufus Wainwright King of the Road    
Jackie Greene I'm so gone    
Allison Moorer Baby Dreamer    
Ann Vriend Same Thing for You    
Chris Brown & Kate Fenner Margaret   CDN
Kent McAlister Things you say    
Leeroy Stagger Bloody Guitars   CDN
Ox LA City   CDN
Rae Spoon Keep the engine running   CDN
Steve Schellenberg These Old Boys   CDN
Todd Hunter Band Now I Know   CDN
Jesse DeNatale The Dreamers Holiday    
April 23, 2006 - part 4
April 23, 2006 - part 3 (Todd Hunter Band)

April 23, 2006 - part 3 (Todd Hunter Band)

April 23, 2006

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This segment includes an interview with and live performances from Todd Hunter, along with Jeff Derksen of The Todd Hunter Band.

April 23, 2006 - part 2
April 23, 2006 - part 1

April 23, 2006 - part 1

April 23, 2006

For some odd reason, we took a trip to the barnyard, with songs about chickens, ponies, and even some monkeys. Don’t ask.

In between all of that silliness, we had a visit from Todd Hunter & Jeff Derksen, who are about to release a new Todd Hunter Band disc, called “Life Is Good.” Todd is good, and so is the record. He’s not very silly though, and doesn’t know any songs about chickens, ponies, or monkeys. Oh well.

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April 16, 2006 - part 4
April 16, 2006 - part 3
April 16, 2006 - part 2
April 16, 2006 - part 1

April 16, 2006 - part 1

April 16, 2006

It's Easter Sunday. We try really hard not to delve into politics or religion on this show; we're non-judgmental listening at its finest. But I have noticed that a lot of my favourite singer/songwriters have name-checked the man upstairs in songs that aren't exactly religious. So, because I'm never one to pass up a fun and easy theme, we heard some songs for Jesus, and then some songs just for us down here.

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April 9, 2006 - part 4
April 9, 2006 - part 3
April 9, 2006 - part 2
April 9, 2006 - part 1

April 9, 2006 - part 1

April 9, 2006

A bit of a mixed bag as usual. Some new releases and plenty of excitement about the release of the lineup for the Winnipeg Folk Festival.

Then, a compilation of compilations, as I pulled a bunch of great compilation discs off the shelf and dug up some gems.

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April 2, 2006 - part 4
April 2, 2006 - part 3
April 2, 2006 - part 2

April 2, 2006 - part 2

April 2, 2006

Today a 2-hour celebration of great Canadian music. The Junos are especially silly this year, so it’s hard to consider winning or even being nominated a huge honour, but any celebration of great Canadian music is ok by me. With that in mind, this show looked at some of the better music being nominated, as well as some of the winners from the non-televised awards (which are always more important anyway).

Also, a listen to some of the great music put out by Sarah Harmer, who is in town this week. Not only does she put out great music on her own, but Harmer has been on more great Canadian albums than anyone I can think of, so we heard some of her contributions to others’ albums.

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April 2, 2006 - part 1

April 2, 2006 - part 1

April 2, 2006

Today a 2-hour celebration of great Canadian music. The Junos are especially silly this year, so it’s hard to consider winning or even being nominated a huge honour, but any celebration of great Canadian music is ok by me. With that in mind, this show looked at some of the better music being nominated, as well as some of the winners from the non-televised awards (which are always more important anyway).

Also, a listen to some of the great music put out by Sarah Harmer, who is in town this week. Not only does she put out great music on her own, but Harmer has been on more great Canadian albums than anyone I can think of, so we heard some of her contributions to others’ albums.

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