My guests today are Tim Fox (DOCTalks) and Edee Klee (NBCHG) to talk about the choice of NBCHG for the next Open Your Eyes documentary.
Bondo picks Free To Grow’s new album Time To Rise for this week’s listen!
Bondo brings us the album to bring us summer: Belated Love by Tampa.
My guests today are Shawn William Clarke and his friend Don. Shawn is on tour through the Maritimes.
Johnny James joins me to share a preview and overview of this year’s ECMA event coming up Halifax next week.
We reflect on the debut of The Capital Project and performances from Flourish Fest on the weekend.
Bondo brings us “Another Bridge Burned” by Towanda from the new EP release Freak of Nurture.
Jared Durelle attended the recent UNB Board of Directors meeting and brings an update on the changing tuition decisions.
Emma shares her experiences at shows over the last two weeks, and her anticipation of Flourish Fest this weekend.
Bondo picks Royal Wood’s new album, Ever After The Farewell!
My guest today is Remy MacFarlane of Freddy Bean Roasters.
My guest today is Bruce Gray, a “wood artist”. His exhibit, Origin, opens this Friday at the UNB Art Centre.
This final episode is all about building a music community… and making a few bucks along the way.
My guest today is Eddie Young, organizer of the Living Roots Music Festival returning May 24-28.
Bondo brings in Ryan Cook’s album, Having a Great Time.
Today, Jakob and Daniel discuss Africa as a vibrant culture and an emerging continent.
The NCRA has gained the support of the CRFC to help participants attend the NCRC!
Registration is now open! Find that link and related information (such as accommodation) here.
My guests today are Kyra, Liam and Len Falkenstein. Len is the Director of Drama at UNB, and Kyra and Liam are two of the lead actors characters involved in the upcoming Theatre UNB production of A Patriot For Me.
Today, Natalie and Jonathan are discussing the rapid change in transportation, from electric cars, self-driving cars, Über and other apps.
This week, Bondo tells us all about the upcoming release by the mysterious The Submissives. We present one of the weird and wonderful songs off the upcoming release Pining For The Boy called Don’t Worry.
This week, Emma and Mark talk about the growing interconnectedness of the music scene in the Maritimes, as well as cast an eye forward at the upcoming Brent Mason show in the new venue, York County Cider.
The session proposal form is now live! Please fill out a separate proposal for each session you’d like to host or see.
My guests today are Mary, Veronica and Devon, three of the student behind multiple elements of Theatre UNB’s new production, A Patriot For Me.