The Venue - Sunday mornings in The Green Room
By Rick Brown
The Venue - Sunday mornings in The Green RoomNov 09, 2019
The New Customs
The New Customs are an incredible duo out of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Their music is the ultimate in the tradition of the story telling minstrels of old. Their folk style music creates an enjoyable platform with which to deliver their socially significant lyrics and view points. Make sure you visit their website and pick up their latest two albums All Walls Fall and Selling Religion On Government Street.
Perception of Pain
Today we interview Tanessa and Colleen the ladies behind Perception of Pain the 'Metalesque' female duo that is a big hit at Metal Shows out here in western Canada.
The Midnight Echo
Today we interview The Midnight Echo from Whitby, Ontario.
Donnie Clark is as famous as a brass player can be. He's played with the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole and Tony Bennett to name just a few.
Carl Erickson and The Carltones
J.P. Mortier - Nation of Iron - Album release tour
I'm joined today by Rudy Sager and Warren Bruns at The Iron Kettle restaurant in Creston, B.C. as we interview J.P. Mortier, singer/songwriter from Montreal. J.P. is 1/2 way through his western tour promoting is 6th album, Nation of Iron. This album is somewhat a departure from his previous works in that it is more socially conscious dealing with political, equality, oppression and climate change issues. His percussive guitar style (heavy Latin influence) and socially conscious and poignant lyrics will stir the inner anarchist in you and awaken your sense of equality for all - not just the rich and privileged.
C-Flats - Post Studio Concert
C-Flats just finished a 21 song recording session at OCLStudios and they're back to where they played one of their first gigs as C-Flats, The Venue in Creston, B.C.
Kurt Loewen - Heavy & Low Album Release Tour
Today we interview Kurt Loewen from The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra. He's on his first solo tour promoting his debut album Heavy & Low. He's chosen The Venue as his first stop on his tour.