So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 15/14 (band/artist, song)
1. The Rolling Stones, Crazy Mama
2. Robert Plant, Little Maggie
3. Robert Plant Rainbow
4. Big Sugar, Let It Ride
5. Rory Gallagher, Let Me In
6. Tracy Chapman, Telling Stories
7. Roxy Music, The Main Thing
8. Rush, For What It’s Worth (Buffalo Springfield cover)
9. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, American Dream Plan B
10. Townes Van Zandt, Don’t Let The Sunshine Fool You
11. Bob Dylan, Union Sundown
12. Steve Winwood, Spanish Dancer
13. Van Halen, Pleasure Dome
14. ZZ Top, Cover Your Rig
15. The Beatles, The Word
16. Joe Jackson, San Francisco Fan
17. Sex Pistols, Seventeen
18. Slim Harpo, I Got Love If You Want It
20. The Band, The Rumor (Live)
21. The Beach Boys, In My Room
22. The Black Crowes, Good Morning Captain
23. Savoy Brown, Double Lover
24. The Allman Brothers Band, Whipping Post (live at Fillmore East)
Last week Mano A Mano brought to you the exclusive interview with Paul Jago from the night of the Imbibe concert brought to you by SoundFM/Mano A Mano and Lake of Bays Brewing Company. Now we bring you the concert!
There are a few songs missing from the second set but just wait because Mano A Mano will be releasing video of some of these missing tracks soon! Also, check out the beer list below! Most notably the Mano A Mano Pomegranate Cerveza that was on tap that night and SOLD OUT!!!!
This Sunday from 1 – 5 pm! 100.3 Sound fm will have a booth in the #Waterloo “Open Streets Festival!”
Come out and check out our booth in Open Streets! Meet some of the current Sound FM team, sign up to our ‘New Programmers campaign’, go Live-to-Air on location with us and catch the live performances and DJ sets by some of our Sound FM DJ’s and programmers!
It’s going to be a Great afternoon! Check our event page for further details. We hope you can join us this Sunday!
Sunday, September 14, 2014. 1 – 5 pm. Waterloo Open Streets Festival – Fall 2014
1. Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band, Boomtown Blues
2. Otis Redding, Hard To Handle
3. Ten Years After, Sugar The Road
4. The Beatles, Think For Yourself
5. The Cars, All Mixed Up
6. The Pretenders, Boots Of Chinese Plastic
7. Thin Lizzy, Whiskey In The Jar
8. Tom Cochrane, Just Like Ali
9. Van Morrison, Crazy Love
10. Van Halen, Ice Cream Man
11. Chuck Berry, Run Around
12. Wolfmother, 10,000 Feet
13. Bad Company, Rhythm Machine
14. Blue Oyster Cult, Tattoo Vampire
15. Bruce Springsteen, Atlantic City
16. Buddy Guy, Somebody’s Sleeping In My Bed
17. Cactus, Long Tall Sally
18. Cat Stevens, The Wind
19. Chicken Shack, Midnight Hour
20. Cream, World Of Pain
21. David Bowie, Song For Bob Dylan
22. The Rolling Stones, Casino Boogie
23. J.J. Cale, One Step Ahead Of The Blues
24. Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels, Shake A Tail Feather
25. Neil Diamond, I’m A Believer
26. Queen, Seaside Rendezvous
27. Robin Trower, Day Of The Eagle
28. Robert Plant, Liars Dance
29. Rod Stewart, Mine For Me
30. Keith Richards, Locked Away
31. U2, Trip Through Your Wires
32. Deep Purple, Child In Time
An authenticity runs through Canadian singer-songwriter Lynn Jackson’s music that reflects a deep commitment to telling stories that ring true with listeners. Combine this with her gentle voice, rich instrumentation and sweet melodies and you get a sound that is roots-Americana with a hint of folk-pop.
Having shared stages with Ron Sexsmith, Fred Eaglesmith and Jay Semko (The Northern Pikes), Jackson just finished her 7th studio album. The Acoustic Sessions is a stripped-down rootsy retrospective of her writing since 2002 and follows up 2012’s critically acclaimed Down in the Dust (Busted Flat Records, Fall 2012). Jackson take her cues from Lucinda Williams, Kathleen Edwards and Eliza Gilkyson, using her ‘whiskey and honey’ voice to mix her timeless melodies while spinning tales about love, loss and everyday people. Having toured Down in the Dust through the dusty Prairies to Vancouver Island in 2013, Jackson is about to hit the road again with a coast-to-coast tour to support Acoustic Sessions. As audiences warm to her soulful storytelling style, Jackson is solidifying her place as one of the most original and compelling voices on the Canadian folk music scene.
I love the fact that the record showcases the powerhouse talents of Lynn and her good pal Chris Boyne, who is in the band Sexdwarf. Lynn and Chris share an aural intuition and together their voices create the perfect vocal meld. The Acoustic Sessions is another fine testament to Lynn’s strength as a songwriter. It matters not what music genre she chooses. And the reviews are just beginning to roll in …. Coral
The Acoustic Sessions” boasts a live, off-the-floor vibe and the vocals are front and centre. Jackson has never sounded stronger and more self-assured as a vocalist. Whether you call it folk, country, introspective songwriter or roots, “The Acoustic Sessions” is, hands down, my favourite of her albums.”- Robert Reid, Waterloo Region Record.
“The Acoustic Sessions” is perhaps the cleanest and sharpest representation of Jackson’s strengths as a singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Unencumbered by careful, dense arrangements and studio sheen, her listeners are provided with the chance to hear her words and melodies as if for the first time. It’s also her first record to share billing with her frequent collaborator, tour-mate, and pal, Chris Boyne.” – Patrick Finch – Nightlife, The Waterloo Region Record.
Co produced by Lynn Jackson and Chris Boyne, Acoustic Sessions also showcases the creme de la creme of local players from guitarists, Joe Dunn of Sexdrarf, Scott Fitzpatrick, and pedal steel master Steve Wood, plus violinist Wendy Wright, cellist Nick Storring and very special guest performer /co-producer Teenage Fanclub’s Norman Blake!
I am so proud of Lynn and it was an honour to have her as a guest. During the show Lynn premiered specially chosen tracks from the Acoustic Sessions including Mark The Spot, Maria, Wintersong, and Scarecrow. Lynn’s also played her favorite songs Ham and Eggs and Trans-Canada Highway Go! from her special guest Slo’ Tom – ex frontfunman from Ottawa’s ultimate alt punkrockster trinity Furnaceface!
Lynn Jackson is having a CD release party for her 7th studio album The Acoustic Sessions at the Jane Bond in uptown Waterloo – with special guests, Ottawa’s Slo’ Tom plus a lot of local talent, including: Chris Boyne, Joe Dunn, Scott Fitzpatrick, Andy Miller, Steve Wood, Wendy Wright!
The admission price is $10 for the show and the CD! And that CD price is One Night Only folks! Because it will only be available for $15 after the Jane Bond gig.
You know what’s really great? When your favourite musicians live in your city. Waterloo Region has so many incredible artists and Quiet in the Land, a guitar and fiddle folk duo, is one of my favourite bands in town.
Quiet in the Land is composed of Dan Root on voice, guitar and mandolin, and Laura Dyck on fiddle and voice. They have most recently released a 5 song EP called Songs to Set These Hills on Fire which you can enhance your life with greatly by buying on bandcamp at quietintheland.bandcamp.com
Original songs performed live in this podcast:
2) In the water, in the wine
3) Oh to be sifted
4) Sunny Shores
5) Nothing more to living
6) Times that we bide
Fight and Flourish Radio airs every Wednesday from 12noon-1pm EST hosted by Janice Lee. Tune in to hear a feature interview with an artist / activist who is engaging with the community by fighting the tide against oppression and/or doing their part to make this world flourish.
Richard Garvey is a folk musician, community organizer and grassroots music promoter and presenter based in Kitchener. He does so many amazing things for the music scene in KW including sharing his original, soulful folk music. Check out the podcast of the interview I did with Richard where we talk about how music and community are connected, and some of Richard’s ongoing projects like At The Root Festival and Music Series.
I have known Richard Garvey for about 8 years and was able to sit down with him for The Hump radio show. Back in 2009-2010 we co-wrote and produced a musical together called “Rooted”. Good times.
Just before the epic Paul Jago concert at Imbibe in Kitchener, where he unearthed the music of the Gandharvas, we were lucky enough to sit down with Paul and pick his brain about The Gandharvas, Said Dog, Balls Deluxe and more! Check it all out in the interview podcast!
The Gandharvas live concert will be aired over the next few weeks on the Mano A Mano show!
Not unlike the Perimeter Institute, just last night the Mano A Mano show witnessed the gathering of another local think tank group – The SoundFM Tech Committee. All the important people were here as we on the spot rocked out some “Tech Committee” themed songs and even infused some of the actual meeting! It is a podcast like no other! Please enjoy responsibly!
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)