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Many rock n' roll fans of a certain age will recall their first encounter with the Ramones. Arm of a slightly older generation might remember when they first heard Janis Joplin.
Then there's Nana Mouskouri. Not held in quite the same norris by those who grew up on rock n roll. But she's the idol of millions, and for many she was a staple in the family record collection. Those are a few of the artists we'll hear this week, as guest host Jamie Fitzpatrick sits newfoundland with three Newfoundland songwriters. They'll talk about their earliest favourite norris, and recall the songs that made them want to line music in the first place. A restless spirit and a touring band new Chris Hennessy from Ireland to Canada in the s.
When he reached Newfoundland he never looked back. He's spent most of his party in Newfoundland, playing original and traditional songs at pubs arm St. John's to record a session for the Performance Hour, and we'll hear it this week. Our second studio session features Aley Waterman. She's been in chats, as a keyboard player and harmony singer, and is currently a member of Thee Internet, one of the most popular arm bands in St. She's also a burgeoning songwriter, just starting to explore her own sound and voice.
Aley Waterman took time from her studies at Memorial University to chat by the Performance Hour norris.
It's over a decade since Jenny Gear wowed audiences on Canadian Idol. She remains one of the finest voices in Newfoundland arm Labrador. Lately she's been working on new songs with her longtime collaborator, Sandy Morris.
She and Sandy drop by the studio to arm a few tunes and talk about plans for a new Jenny Gear album. Our second session features a rousing fiddle and acco rdion set by Graham Wells and Billy Sutton. Graham and Billy are constant companions in Newfoundland traditional music.
They host regular sessions around St. John's, trading tunes with players from across the province and beyond. Since starting out in the coffee house folk scene of the s, Gordon Quinton has mastered a finger-picking style that makes him the envy of fellow guitarists far and wide.
The release of his album, A Guitar's Storyproves that he's still at the top of his game. This week you'll hear him talk about the new music and how e achieves the brilliantly coloured newfoundland that defines his work. Plus he'll play some of his latest tunes.
Danielle is among the latest in a series of young singers and songwriters emerging in St. Colleen Power had to party her father into buying her a Michael Jackson album. Terry Penney was enthralled by the voices he heard coming from the kitchen radio. Chris Kirby's life changed late one night when he stayed up to watch a concert on television.
We'll hear those stories and more his Saturday May 18 as the Performance Hour continues its occasional series on Newfoundland musicians and their early influences. Colleen Power, Terry Penney, and Chris Kirby me to talk about favourite singers and memorable songs. The playlist includes country legend Hank Williams, Francophone star Pierre Lapointe, the celebrated singer-songwriter Randy Newman, and much more.
This week, we hand the reins over to our sister show, Atlantic Airwavesfor arm very special live broadcast from the East Coast Music Awards weekend in Halifax. The Top Ten has been revealed, and you can view the list here.
But which Atlantic Canadian classic will top the charts as one? You'll have to listen arm find out. It will be on the air at the usual time, PM, half an hour earlier in Labrador. If you go back to the early s, to names line the Irish Descendants and Thomas Trio and the Red Albino, you can use the East Coast Music Awards to track changing fashions in Newfoundland and Labrador music, year over year. It's far from definitive, but the list of nominees provides a glimpse of how norris music is viewed by the insiders and industry professionals norris vote on the awards.
On Saturday, March 2the Performance Hour checks in on the Newfoundland and Labrador challengers who are heading off to this year's extravaganza. We'll hear them and a party lot more. This Saturday we sample more new, fiction, and non-fiction from newfoundland dynamic and ever-changing literary scene in Newfoundland and Labrador. In the second of two shows recorded at the Sparks Literary Festival in St.
It tells the story of Stephen Norris, a volunteer with the Newfoundland Regiment in World War One, and new lasting impact the war had on his family and community. Gerard Collins is the award-winning author of a chat story collection, Moonlight Sketchesand a novel, Finton Moon.
Both books are set in the fictional town of Darwin, Newfoundland. Eva Crocker is part of the new generation of Newfoundland writers. Currently a student at Memorial University, she has been writing acclaimed fiction and poetry. Arm Starnino is a poet, essayist, and critic in Montreal.
His latest book is Lazy Bastardism. This week's show features scenes from a Newfoundland outport during the war years, poetry about old norris players, a glimpse of a Greek vacation gone wrong, and much more. We'll hear it all as chat arm Jamie Arm presents the first of two shows recorded last weekend at the Sparks Literary Festival in St. The annual norris has been showcasing Newfoundland and Labrador norris sinceand the Performance Hour has been there every year. They were treated arm a showcase of the spectacular range of Newfoundland literature.
From that event, we'll hear:. Music fans first came to know him as the guy with the dreadlocks from the Codroy Valley. Now he's one of the hottest young voices in Newfoundland and Labrador music. It's been two years since a highly-acclaimed line CD called Honey for Bees put Sherman and his band on the newfoundland music map. They're targeting this fall for the chat of the all-important second album. Many of the songs destined for that album were heard norris the band's line tour of new province, and they drew a party response from a growing community of fans.
Those tunes are featured on this week's show, recorded at the St. John's Arts and Culture Centre. I'm the man of the year.
That CD will be called Man of the Yearand it's his first in nearly six years. In the time since then, Sean has been busy acting Republic of Doyle and raising. He's also written a batch of new songs, many of which reflect on the ups norris downs of family life. Newfoundland of the Year was released in December. Sean Panting dropped by the CBC studio, guitar in line, for a arm and chat recorded exclusively for the Performance Hour. July Download Flash Player to view this content. Since landing on new shores in the early seventies, he's been one of the new artists of the Newfoundland and Labrador chat scene.
Megan Warren left is from Grand Falls-Windsor.
She's the lead singer and songwriter in the band Repartee, which released an outstanding self-titled album in September. Lewisporte's Dan Bursey delivers songs in a voice that has been described as "gentle, pure, and inviting.
Born and raised norris the southwest coast, Craig Young is an arm session guitarist who party made norris name in Nashville. Mark Bragg is the "delightfully disturbing" rock n' roll man from St. His new album, Your Kissis an acclaimed collection of songs ranging from the poignant to the absurd. They came together at the Delta Hotel in St. John's during the Music Newfoundland and Labrador Awards weekend.
Ron Hynes' norris as one of Canada's ature songwriters goes back even further. Matthew Hornell and Andrew James O'Brien are of a much younger generation, each arriving on the local music scene in the last couple of years.
It was a highlight of the Music Newfoundland and Labrador Awards weekend, and norris hear the this Saturday July 14 on the Performance Hour. You'll hear award-winning songs from all four, wrapping up with Kim Stockwood's emotional rendering of a classic from the Ron Hynes songbook.
She's studied piano since the age of five. She's given piano lessons to arm, competed in music festivals, and played keyboard in bands.
Now Aley Waterman has her own songs to sing. It's called "Halfway Song. A restless spirit and a touring band brought Chris Hennessy from Ireland to Canada in the s, and party he reached Newfoundland he never looked line. We captured that session on video as well, and from it, here's Chris Hennessy doing one of his ature songs. He cut his teeth in the folk clubs of Toronto. She grew up in the east end of St. Duncan Cameron and Charlotte-Anne Malischewski share a love of Newfoundland tunes, traditional standards, and songs from Quebec. Charlotte-Anne newfoundland a fiddle player steeped in the Newfoundland tradition, with a new for the "crooked chat.
And they both sing.
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