So Old It’s New set list: Monday, Sept. 1, 2014

1. The Grass Roots, Midnight Confessions
2. The Troggs, Wild Thing
3. AC/DC, Evil Walks
4. America, Lonely People
5. Arc Angels, Sweet Nadine
6. Bachman-Turner Overdrive, She’s A Devil
7. Billy Joel, Scenes From An Italian Restaurant
8. Blood, Sweat And Tears, Hi-De-Ho
9. Bob Dylan, Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands
10. Bonnie Raitt, Nick Of Time
11. Boz Scaggs, Runnin’ Blue
12. Bruce Springsteen, It’s Hard To Be A Saint In The City
13. Jethro Tull, Occasional Demons
14. Cher, Half Breed
15. Cry Of Love, Bad Thing
16. David Bowie, Janine
17. Deep Purple, Gettin’ Tighter
18. Elton John, Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding
19. Emerson, Lake And Palmer, The Barbarian
20. Fight, Kill It
21. Foreigner, Women
22. Jim Croce, Workin’ At The Car Wash Blues
23. John Mellencamp, Last Chance
24. Judas Priest, Machine Man
25. Junkhouse, This Old Man’s (Too Drunk To Drive)
26. Led Zeppelin, How Many More Times (live BBC sessions)

Sound FM @ “Waterloo Open Streets Festival!” Sunday, September 14th, 2014!

Sound fm at Waterloo Open Streets 2014!

Come join us for our next public outreach event;  Waterloo Open Streets Festival! Sunday, September 14th, 2014!  from 1 pm – 5pm.

Come out and see our CKMS Sound FM booth, get some cool free promotional items, Find out How YOU can get involved with CKMS Radio Waterloo  and of course enjoy some Awesome Live music by Sound FM DJ’s!!!

Special appearances already confirmed by Sound FM programs and DJ’s;  Street Hop’s DJ Carmelo, Denim Entertainment Radio’s DJ Denim and SouljaH Sessions’ Mark Furious!!!

Make sure you come join us for Open Streets on the 14th!!!  Don’t miss all the excitement!

Check out the link to Waterloo Open Streets at:  http://openstreetsutw.ca/events/2014-2/

 

 

LINK PICNIC 2014

SoundFM had a presence at the LINK PICNIC on August 24, 2014. LINK is Kitchener’s premiere African and Caribbean culture festival. Thanks to LINK PICNIC and all our volunteers that came out to help.

SoundFM at the LINK PICNIC 2014
SoundFM at the LINK PICNIC 2014

Carmelo and Tierra

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Battle!

In the podcast we explore the origins of this ALS Ice bucket phenomena that is sweeping across social media. In addition to that we look at the rules and rock some great tracks.

I realize I was a few days late with completing the challenge. I wanted to look into this a bit further to make sure that it was a good cause. What I was worried about was that the time limit forced people to just mindlessly follow the pyramid scheme social media experiment without looking further into what it was about.

Check out our facebook page for my video!

I was nominated by DJ Jeff E Jeff. I nominated Brad Merritt, Lyle Bell and Parker Bossley.

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=715956105152054&set=vb.118718394875831&type=2&theater

The Space Committee Battle

The Space Committee joined the Mano A Mano show this past TDIT. There was a whole smattering of DJ royality in the station enjoying some fine Rock Cut Lake of Bays Brewing Company Beverages. We even turned on the mic’s unknowing on the meeting during some instrumental songs! It is radio gold! check it out above!

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Aug. 25, 2014

Can’t be in studio tonight – here’s tonight’s programmed set list for So Old It’s New classic rock and other stuff show 8-10 eastern time. all set lists at Bald Boy on Facebook

1. Aerosmith, Nobody’s Fault
2. Bad Company, Leaving You
3. Chicago, Loneliness Is Just A Word
4. Deep Purple, Any Fule Kno That
5. Elton John, Susie (Dramas)
6. Fleetwood Mac, Black Magic Woman
7. Scott McKenzie, San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair)
8. Gary Moore, Texas Strut
9. Genesis, Carpet Crawlers
10. George Harrison, It’s What You Value
11. Gov’t Mule, Soulshine (live)
12. Graham Parker, Protection
13. Grand Funk Railroad, Feelin’ Alright (Dave Mason/Traffic cover)
14. Gregg Allman Band, Before The Bullets Fly
15. Ian Dury, Sweet Gene Vincent
16. Iron Maiden, Tailgunner
17. Linda Ronstadt, Long, Long Time
18. Geils Band, Till The Walls Come Tumblin’ Down
19. James Gang, Midnight Man
20. Jimi Hendrix, Drifting
21. Joe Jackson, Wild West
22. Joe South, Rose Garden
23. John Mellencamp, Case 795 (The Family)
24. Johnny Cash, One (U2 cover)
25.  Leon Russell, A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (Bob Dylan cover)
26. Little Feat, Texas Rose Cafe
27. Melissa Etheridge, No Souvenirs
28. Lynyrd Skynyrd, All I Have Is A Song (post-plane crash band ‘unplugged’ version)
29. Neil Young, Eldorado

SoundFM Golden MP3 Awards!

You can hear the awards party above with some great tracks rocked out for each of the winners…But here is your list of winners:

Local Hero Award
2013 – DJ Zach – Highbrau Radio
2014 – Moses Bogart – Str8 outta the pit

Community Champion Award
2013 – Non-Toxic Airwaves
2014 – The Coral FM show with DJ Coral

SoundFM Soldier for behind the scenes work
2013 – Lieutenant Dang & The Nattyphysicist for the station move
2014 – Lieutenant Dang & Dr. Mark for renewing the CRTC liscense

The Most Dead Air Award
2013 – Megaseg
2014 – Airtime

The Best/Worst Teen Moustache Award
2013 – DJ JD
2014 – DJ Jeff E Jeff

The DJ AdRock memorial award for exceptional DJing
2012 – DJ Steel
2013 – DJ Saviour
2014 – The Nattyphysicist

The Freshest Beats Award for the best new program
2013 – Friday Night Rockabilly
2014 – The Electrifying Sessions with DJ Jeff E Jeff

The Best Classic Show
2013 – Mano A Mano
2014 – Mano A Mano

GoldenCDAward

YouthCanSlam! – Fight and Flourish Radio (formerly The Hump) Aug 20 2014 Podcast

Hello hello!

This is Janice Lee, reporting back from YouthCanSlam in Ottawa, the national festival for young spoken word poets. I was there all week reppin KW, and I facilitated a Safer Spaces and Anti-Oppression in Slam workshop at the festival. Youth poets ages 14-22 from across Turtle Island came together to participate in workshops, see feature performers and compete in the Canadian National Youth Poetry Slam Championships. For this show I interviewed a handful of youth poets, as well as some organizers from the national spoken word scene. It’s quite a patchwork of short interviews. Be sure to check out the podcast below, on air we only heard up to track 10.

Fight and Flourish Radio – YouthCanSlam Feature Podcast Stream:
Part 1 | Part 2

Poems on this podcast:
1) Andre Fenton – “Biracial Superman” (Halifax)
2) Ikenna Onyegbula, YouthCanSlam Founder and Organizer, 2014 World Poetry Slam Champion –  “The Superior”
3) Eva Rodriguez – “Madame B” (Winnipeg)
4) Isaac Bond, Spoken Word Canada National Director – “Old Friend” (Saskatoon)
5) Alyssa Ginsburg, Toronto organizer – interview
6) Sea Legs – “Somewhere New” (Saskatoon)
7) Melissa Illing – “Jill” (Vancouver)
8) Andrew Warner – “Languages”, “School Poem” (Vancouver)
9) Mariah Dear – “Untitled” (Vancouver)
10) Scout – “Letter to my future child”, “Untitled” (Vancouver)
11) Sebastien Wen – “Cruelty” (Vancouver)
12) Sebastien Wen and Jess Tollestrop – “Welcome to the Cosmos” (Vancouver)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Aug. 18, 2014

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Aug. 18/14 (band/artist, song)

1. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, Shadow People
2. Atomic Rooster, Black Snake
3. Steve Earle, Telephone Road
4. Johnny Winter, Prodigal Son
5. The Clash, Death Or Glory
6. Collective Soul, Love
7. Judas Priest, Before The Dawn
8. Metallica, Tuesday’s Gone (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)
9. Elton John, Screw You (Young Man’s Blues)
10. Link Wray And The Wraymen, The Shadow Knows
11. Rainbow, L.A. Connection
12. U2, Cedars Of Lebanon
13. Traveling Wilburys, Tweeter And The Monkey Man
14. Pete Townshend, Keep On Working
15. The Rolling Stones, I Don’t Know aka I Don’t Know Why I Love You (Stevie Wonder cover)
16. Ian Anderson, The Turnpike Inn
17. John McLaughlin, Spectrum
18. AC/DC, Nick Of Time
19. Jeff Beck Group, All Shook Up
20. Procol Harum, Whiskey Train
21. Vanilla Fudge, Take Me For A Little While
22. Pink Floyd, San Tropez
23. Canned Heat, Gotta Boogie