Our studio guests today are Rob Miller www.agsolutions.ca and Alison Inglis http://oncommunication.ca/ We talk about modern agricultural practices, the successes and the challenges. Rob brought along some great C&W tunes to play.
In this newsletter:Upcoming Actions and Events: 1) Grassy Narrows Speaking Event 2) Grassy Narrows 2014 River Run 3) Gary McHale Sundays 4) Free Bus to the People’s Social Forum!News and Updates: 1) Line 9 Integrity Dig in Haudenosaunee Territory (North Dumfries) Shut Down 2) Line 9 “Integrity” Dig in Etobicoke Targeted 3) Chippewas of the Thames Appeal Line 9 Approval 4) Haldimand County Orders Removal of Blockade at Kanonhstaton 5) Tsilhqot’in …read more
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Welcome, I am your host Liam and you are listening to The Daily GRRR!Tuesday morning show on 100.3fm, CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario. Soundfm.ca on the web, today is July 22, 2014.
We are broadcasting from the centre of the Haldimand Tract, the occupied Grand River Territory of the Six Nations (Haudenosaunee).
The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective; and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS.
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set list for Monday, July 21/14 (band/artist, song)
1. Judas Priest, Dragonaut
2. Judas Priest, Metalizer
3. Judas Priest, Snakebite
4. Aerosmith, Seasons Of Wither
5. Motorhead, Cinnamon Girl (yeah, the Neil Young song)
6. Cream, Cat’s Squirrel
7. Dave Edmunds, Crawling From The Wreckage
8. Deep Purple, Walk On
9. Fu Manchu, Orbiter
10. Bob Dylan, Girl From The North Country
11. George Thorogood, Seventh Son
12-15. Groundhogs, Split Parts One through Four
16. Guns ‘N’ Roses, Better (from Chinese Democracy)
17. J.J. Cale, Boilin’ Pot
18. Jimi Hendrix, Ezy Rider
19. Jose Feliciano, Rain
20. Jose Feliciano, Light My Fire (Doors cover)
21. Link Wray, Jack The Ripper
22. Long John Baldry, Let’s Burn Down The Cornfield
23. Neil Young, The Old Laughing Lady
24. Nazareth, What’s In It For Me
25. Queen, The Prophet’s Song
26. Rory Gallagher, Out On The Western Plain
27. The Rolling Stones, Salt Of The Earth
28. The Beatles, You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)
Welcome back to SoundFM! You are now listening to The Daily GRRR! live on the airwaves at 100.3fm, CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and SoundFM.ca on the web. This is Kathryn and I’ll be your guest host on this Monday morning show for July 21, 2014.
As always, we are broadcasting from the centre of the Haldimand Tract, the occupied Grand River Territory of the Six Nations (Haudenosaunee).
The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of …read more
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DJ Adrock always talks about Frightened Rabbit. So there isn’t much more so say about this Rock Cut Feature band called “Owl John” other than it is great and it has members of Frightened Rabbit! Check it out!
#DailyGRRR! host Rachel Avery speaks with Stephane McLachlan, the lead researcher of a study released this week about the health and ecosystem impacts of the tar sands in Fort Chipewyan. An executive summary of this study is posted here. News about this study and related issues is being posted to http://onerivernews.ca/
Stephane can be reached for questions about the study by email: stephane DOT mclachlan AT umanitoba DOT ca.
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Four years after the cops kicked down his front and then bedroom doors, arresting all house occupants and throwing them into jail and the years long G20 conspiracy case fiasco, Alex Hundert maintains a dedicated resistance to colonial capitalism.
We speak to Alex about his current work with Grassy Narrows with the new Youth Group, the upcoming River Run highlighting continued mercury contamination of the watershed, and the ongoing logging blockade in the northern …read more
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Good Morning, and what a beautiful day for a blockade! I am your host Dan Kellar and you are listening to The Daily GRRR! Waves Through Walls: Prison Radio, on 100.3fm, CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario. Soundfm.ca on the web, today is Friday July 18th 2014.
We are broadcasting from the centre of the Haldimand Tract, the occupied Grand River Territory of the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations).
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About Jordan Patterson…
After spending nearly the last decade and a half forging a highly
successful career in artist tour management and concert & event promotion for artist Britney Spears, and as a Concert Production Manager/Promoter Representative for House of Blues Concerts Canada, renown Blues vocalist/harp player Jordan Patterson has returned to his first love and passion; playing and singing the blues.
Influenced by such blues harp legends as James Cotton, Paul Butterfield and Mark Wenner of The Nighthawks, Patterson’s incendiary live performances have led him and his band D.C. Hurricane to play at such premier festivals as the Tampa Bay Blues Festival (where he stole the show in 1996), Canada’s Tros Rivieres Blues Festival, the Montreal Jazz Festival, the UK’s Burnley National Blues Festival, the London Blues Festival, Helsinki, Finland’s April Jazz Festival and many more. Patterson has also performed at venues throughout North America and Europe with some of the music industry’s true legends, including James Brown, Barbara Morrison, Carlos Santana, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Mick Fleetwood, Robert Cray, Son Seals, Savoy Brown and Texas bluesman, U.P. Wilson, with whom he recorded the JSP Records released album, “Whirlwind.” Patterson subsequently toured Europe as a double bill in support of that release. In addition to his festival appearances, during his time in the U.K., Patterson and the D.C. Hurricane performed to sold-out crowds at famed London nightclubs Ronnie Scott’s and The 100 Club, and had the amazing opportunity to record sessions for the BBC Musical Archives, which were broadcast all throughout the European continents; amassing him many more fans in the process.
In 1996, Jordan released his debut album ‘Give Me a Chance’ on JSP Records with The D.C. Hurricane. The solid offering featured guest performances from blues legends Bobby Rush and Bobby Parker. It also garnered Patterson critical acclaim and worldwide press from notable publications as Living Blues Magazine (USA); Blueprint Magazine (UK); All Music Guide (USA); Juke Joint Magazine (UK), and countless newspapers throughout the globe. Blueprint Magazine was especially enthusiastic about Patterson’s live performance exclaiming, “Blessed with a voice that many performers would die for, Patterson has the wit and personality that guarantee him success. This man is a class performer and a major star in the making.” ‘Give Me a Chance’ also earned Patterson rotation on blues stations throughout the globe, including XM Radio and with Bill Wax, Program Director of B.B. King’s Bluesville, who still remains a fan to this day.
Patterson is currently in the studio with his fresh new Canadian line up; The Jordan Patterson Band. With Patterson on harp, the group features bass player Darius McKinley, drummer Benjamin Rollo, guitarist Darryl Romphf and Washington DC-based, guitarist Bobby Thompson. “The Back On Track” recording project has now been released as an EP; a 4-track tease to the full-length album set to debut this winter and available for listen at jordanpatterson.ca. Three of its songs were showcased via Youtube and garnished over an impressive 40,000 hits on Patterson’s various social pages. It is a welcome return for this most galvanizing, exciting songwriter and performer as he takes his rightful spot as one of the leading practitioners of blues harp on the scene today.
I cannot believe that these three talented musicians spent over an hour with me at the Sound FM studios. All of them are high calibre players able to play anywhere in the world. Jordan has quite a pedigee. His mother, Professor Nancy-Lou Patterson – published Author, Fine Arts Professor, is a renowned artist / art historian and founder of the Fine Arts department at the University of Waterloo. His father, Dr. E Palmer Patterson is a published Author and History Professor at the University of Waterloo, with a focus on the history of the First Nations People .
Jordan is the youngest of nine kids, and years back Emmanuel Patterson or Manny as I called him was one of my main media contacts for concerts in Waterloo Region. He is now Promoter/ Director of Festivals for Live Nation Canada. So this is one high achieving family!
I sat like a sponge taking in every word Jordan, Darryl, and Bobby said about “The Back on Track Recording Project ” from Jordan’s backstory behind the each of these vibrant songs on the EP, and their immediate musical chemistry, to the actual performance “shorthand” of the band… And Jordan’s special high five to The Ultimate KW Blues Concert Curator Glenn Smith!
So grab a drink, and a snack, and have a listen to three mega talented musicmen Jordan Patterson, (acclaimed producer/songwriter/ guitarist) Darryl Romphf, and Bobby Thompson as they talk about how this project came to be and the kick ass show that is happening tonight at Cork Hall.
KW is sooooo glad that Jordan is going to bring it on home with his special brand of high energy harp n blues – Electrified! Funkified! Rocked Out and Amplified. – Coral FM
Listen here for the interview witrh Jordan Petterson, Bobby Thompson and Daryl Romphf.