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Live from Lyndon Fishing Pond sponsoring Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Waterloo Region Saturday June 3 11 AM

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Lyndon Fish Pond is sponsoring an event for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Waterloo Region. Join us Saturday June 3 at 11 AM for this event as we live stream on the FM band and from our website.

Lyndon Fishing Pond is proud to be sponsoring Big Brothers Big Sisters of Waterloo Region this Saturday, June 3 from 9:30 to 12:30. Bigs and Littles will be joining us for a “Kids Workshop” to learn how to fish along with a cooking demonstration by Chef Justin Bronson. The Fishing Pond will be open to customers our regular hours of 9 am to 6 pm. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a leading child and youth mentoring charity that facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential.

MyAudioFace – The Metal Covers Edition Podcast – 5-3-17

Here it is folks: The 1st podcast from MyAudioFace.

Our special show featuring metal covers, recorded on May 3rd 2017, gets the distinction of being our 1st podcast.

Featured in this podcast Judas Priest covers Joan Baez, Disturbed covers Simon & Garfunkel, Avenged Sevenfold covers Pantera, and Halestorm totally rocks a Skid Row classic.  Oh and there’s more, much more, including a Britney Spears song!

Give your ears a treat… And click below.

The CKMS Sound FM Holiday Fundraiser at the Order Waterloo!

Join us this coming Friday, December 9th, 2016 for our next upcoming fundraiser at “the Order” Waterloo! (Right behind Night School on King St.)

Cover ranges from $5 basic entry to $15 cover with a CKMS 2017 membership included ! Come support Sound FM and come out to the Order Waterloo on Friday, December 9th!!!

Hope to see you there!

The Sonic Tapestries of The Alpacas

This podcast and video have been a long time in the making. This was filmed as Radio Waterloo was leaving the 108 King Street Studio Location. Because of that the audio is a bit glitchy in the podcast but as you can tell in the video above the harmonies provided by the Alpacas were unwavering.

Check out this amazing band in the video above and podcast below.