Join me this Saturday night at 8pm on CHSR 97.9 FM’s Rosie’s Juke Joint to hear my conversation with Blues Artist David Vest. He is performing at this years Harvest Jazz and Blues Fest and has just released a brand new self titled Blues Recording. We talk about his long career and experiences such as
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A short white haired terrier looking dog that goes by the name of Skampy was lost near the Fredericton Regional Landfill area at around 3pm this afternoon. If someone should see this dog, the owner would really appreciate a call. You can reach the owner at one of these numbers; 454-6362, 455-2624, 261-2623. Please share!
Playlist: The Downtown Blues Band Soul Man Terry Whalen Blues Gets In Your Blood John Richard All the Proof I Need Second Line Parade Ways Around You Downchild Into the Fire Dawn Tyler Watson Can’t Nobody Steve Kozak Stranger In My Hometown Matt Patershuk Music Sometimes You’ve Got to do Bad to do Good Matt Patershuk Hot Knuckle Blues Matt Patershuk Gypsy Fred
Tammie and I had the pleasure to talk to Pierre from Pony Rouge during our Fundrive. Check it out here! Check them out on Bandcamp https://ponyrouge.bandcamp.com/ and come see them live in Fredericton at Grimross Brewing on Feb 23rd! https://www.facebook.com/events/899762250178966/ Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS | More
Join Tammie and I (Roger), this Saturday at 5pm atl. as we welcome Peter Hicks and John Heinstein of Sleepy Driver to the studio! We will be discussing their new album Suger Skull, as well as the two big shows at the Carleton Street Art Center coming up on Nov 24th and 25th! …and oh
This evening, still riding the high from last night, we say goodbye to the 27th Harvest Jazz and Blues festival. Two powerhouses of music, Steve Earle, and Colin James played to jam-packed venues in well above historical temperatures for our neck of the woods. Steve Earle Shares his Message Steve Earle hit the stage,
Every year, the Harvest gets bigger and better. The acts may change, but one thing remains the same – good old Eastcoast hospitality and a love for Jazz and Blues which was self evident during opening night of the 2017 Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival! Earthbound delight with fusion at Free Festival Kickoff Patrons who