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.
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.
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.
My guest today is Ysabelle Vautour, an enthusiastic member of Fredericton Swing Dance, who joins me to talk about their upcoming weekend event April 6-8: Swingin’ to Spring.
This episode major in botany to talk about the upcoming marijuana legalization and a minor in (pool) politics.
My guests today are Christopher & Julian, two of the actors in Theatre UNB’s last production of the term, A Patriot For Me.
My guest today is Lucas Hicks, who is performing a tribute performance to Jason Molina.
This episode of RadioU majors in sports marketing and minors in sports journalism.
My guests today are Tyson and Andrea, two of the students and actors involved in Theatre UNB’s upcoming last play of the season, A Patriot For Me.
Emma Chevarie joins me to reminisce about some of the great shows she’s enjoyed over the last fortnight, as well as look forward to Brent Mason at York County Cider.
Bondo returns to pick another great track: “Tear It Down” from the self-titled EP by Major Love.
My guests today are Hannah, Robbie and Kat from the upcoming NFTC production, “Songs of the Seer”.
On this particular Monday, Bondo brings us the song “Roots” from the recent release Speak in Rhythms by Carmanah.
My guest today is Aiden Pluta, garden coordinator for the UNB Campus Community Garden.
My guest today is Maria Maltais, director of the UNB Art Centre. She drops by to talk about the upcoming openings of the Edward Burtynsky exhibit, “A Terrible Beauty” and the launch of the new music series, FLOW.
Today, St. Thomas radio journalism class majors in gender studies and questions why “the customer is always right” often ends up with the women being wronged. We’re also minoring in Science and Technology Studies by talking to New Brunswick women who are slowly changing the “boys club culture” of the tech world.
This week, Emma tells us about upcoming shows with Alexis P Suter, Brent Mason, Mike Biggar and shows featuring the music of legends like Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan.
On this particular Monday, Bondo brings us the song “Never Knowing” from the upcoming release She Wonders by Ladd & Lasses.
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