Playlists: Tell the Band to Go Home – March 2005

98 Sunday, March 6, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

Artist – Song title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Scott Nolan Band – Guns, guns, guns – Guess Who’s Home – CDN – WPG
Matt Mays & El Torpedo – Travellin’ – Matt Mays & El Torpedo – CDN
Matt Mays – Where am I going? – Matt Mays – CDN
The Guthries – Better part of an hour – Off Windmill – CDN
Matt Mays & El Torpedo – The plan – Matt Mays & El Torpedo – CDN
Chuck Prophet – You did (bomp shooby dooby bomp) – Age of Miracles
Ray Lamontagne – How come – Trouble

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Ryan Adams – New York, New York – Gold
Colin Linden – Hook’s in the water – Southern Jumbo – CDN
Ben Arnold – Zig zag – Calico
Jack Johnson – Good people – In Between Dreams
Keller Williams – Love handles – Home
Josh Rouse – Comeback (light therapy) – 1972

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Kathleen Edwards – In state – Back to Me – CDN
Kathleen Edwards – 12 Bellevue – Failer – CDN
Kathleen Edwards – Big star – Building 55 – CDN
Scott Nolan – Rosie – headinthesandrecordsandfriends – CDN – WPG
Scott Nolan – Settled down – recorded live on UMFM – CDN – WPG
Josh Ritter – Bright smile – Hello Starling
Mark Geary – Ghosts – Ghosts

3:30pm – 4:00pm

John Gorka – Always going home – Out of the Valley
James Talley – Sometimes I think about Suzanne – Journey
Iain Matthews – The dark ride – The Dark Ride
Jeffrey Gaines – A dark love song – Jeffrey Gaines
Slaid Cleaves – Lydia – Broke Down
Martin Sexton – Black sheep – Black Sheep
Bob Snider – Hurry up blues – Caterwaul & Doggerel – CDN

99 Sunday, March 13, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

Artist – Song title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Mary Gauthier – Mercy now – Mercy Now
Jerry Jeff Walker – Sangria wine – Great Gonzos
Guy Clark – LA freeway – Old No. 1
Lyle Lovett – Step inside this house – Step Inside this House
John Hiatt – Is anybody there – Slow Turning
Joe Ely – All just to get to you – The Best of Joe Ely

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Robert Earl Keen – The road goes on forever – The Party Never Ends: Songs you Know from the Times you Can’t Remember
Johnny Cash – The man comes around – American IV: The Man Comes Around
Billie Joe Shaver – Freedom’s child – Freedom’s Child
Merle Haggard – Mama tried – 16 Biggest Hits
Nancy Griffith – Listen to the radio – Country Gold
Valdy & Gary Fjellgaard – King of the road – Contenders – CDN

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Po’ Girl – Gone in pawn (shake shugaree) – Po’
– CDN
Bob Dylan – Po’ boy – Love and Theft
Night Sun – Going down the road feeling bad – Drive – CDN
Tannis Slimmon – Can’t see through – 60 Second Songs – CDN
Reid Jamieson – Shiny silver goodbye – 60 Second Songs – CDN
Michael Johnston – Bedbugs – 60 Second Songs – CDN
Michael Johnston – Katie – Curious Heart – CDN – WPG
Lori Cullen – Hot dog day – Uneven Hill – CDN
Serena Ryder – Hiding place – Groovy Mondays – CDN
Lori Cullen – Railroad – Uneven Hill – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Mia Sheard – Cover girl – Reptilian – CDN
Monica Schroeder – Jeremy – The Winter Sessions – CDN
Jeremy Fisher – Lemon meringue pie – Let It Shine – CDN
Josh Rouse – Carolina – Nashville
Andy Stochansky – Butterfly song – Shine EP – CDN
Matt Mays & el Torpedo – St. George’s lane – Matt Mays & el Torpedo – CDN

Episode 100
Sunday, March 20, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

Today marks my 100th episode hosting Tell the Band to Go Home since it officially kicked off in September of 2002. It’s been a fun and wild ride, and I’m looking forward to what the next 100 shows has to offer.
The first guest on Tell the Band to Go Home was Calgary singer/songwriter Kris Demeanor, who just happens to be heading back to town on March 28. He’ll be here with Geoff Berner, and when I look back at the first 100 episodes, Berner stands out as one of my favourite guests of all. There have been a lot of fun times on this show, but when Berner came into the studio in February 2003, it was something to remember. And so we did, by listening back to that interview.

Here’s hoping that the next 100 shows will be as memorable!

Artist – Song title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Just announced for the Winnipeg Folk Festival, 2005!:
Buddy Miller – Worry too much – Universal United House of Prayer
Emmylou Harris – Here I am – Stumble Into Grace
Emmylou Harris – Two more bottles of wine – Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town
Emmylou Harris – You’re gonna change – Roses in the Snow
Emmylou Harris and the Nash Ramblers – If I could be there – At the Ryman
Emmylou Harris – Deeper well – Wrecking Ball
Buddy & Julie Miller – Wallflower – Love Snuck Up

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Bob Brozman – Highway 49 – In Concert
Blackie & the Rodeo Kings – Water or gasoline – BARK – CDN
Upcoming shows:
Stephen Fearing – Black silk gown – That’s How I Walk – CDN
Andy White – Canadian greyhound – Boy 40
Dave Lang – 42 Below zero – Live & in Quonset – CDN
Dave Lang – The circus – recorded live on UMFM – CDN
Tolan McNeil – Oakland shuffle – There Will Always Be a Salesman – CDN

3:00pm – 3:30pm

The Corn Sisters – She’s leaving town – The Other Women – CDN
Kris Demeanor – Speed it up – recorded live on UMFM (also on Lark) – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Geoff Berner interview (taped Feb. 16, 2003)
Geoff Berner – Light enough to travel – live performance (also on We Shall Not Flag or Fail, We Shall Go On to the End) – CDN
Geoff Berner – That’s what keeps the rent down, baby – live performance – CDN

Episode #101
Sunday, March 27, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

After a brief set of exciting new music and previews of some upcoming shows, Juno fever kicked into high gear. This is the dream of a lifetime for this Canadian music nerd to be a part of the biggest event of the year, and I just have to spread the excitement around with a look at some of the nominees and performers headed to town in the next week. Also, a tribute to one of the greatest Canadian songwriters of all time, Neil Young, who’s headed home to take part in the telecast next Sunday.

Next Sunday on UMFM, TTBTGH is pre-empted (which is ok by me, since I’ll be at Juno events all weekend long) as the president of the UMFM Neil Young Fan Club, Joe Myles, spends a day celebrating 7 hours of Neil-ness from noon until 7.

Artist – Song title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Mary Gauthier – Wheel inside the wheel – Mercy Now
Jess Klein – Sink my teeth in – Strawberry Blonde
Peter Elkas – Party of one – Party of One – CDN
Joel Plaskett – Television set – La De Da – CDN
Jim Guthrie – So small – Now, More than Ever – CDN
Kris Demeanor – Extreme to me – Zed: Live off the Floor – CDN
Geoff Berner – Unlistenable song – Whiskey Rabbi – CDN

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Geoff Berner – Honey, I’m a big boy now – recorded live on UMFM – CDN
JP Hoe – Lady bliss – The Here in Review – CDN – WPG

Juno Fever!
Easily Amused – Colleen – Simple Stuff – CDN – WPG
The Wailin’ Jennys – Something to hold on to – 40 Days – CDN – WPG

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Feist – Inside and out – Let it Die – CDN
Feist – Gatekeeper – Let it Die – CDN
Radiogram – Love vigilantes – Unbetween – CDN
Radiogram – Lost in the park – All the Way Home – CDN
NQ Arbuckle – Cheap town – Last Supper in a Cheap Town – CDN
Nathan – Emalina – Jimson Weed – CDN
David Francey – Tonight in my dreams – The Waking Hour – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Nothin’ but Neil:
Neil Young – Don’t be denied – Time Fades Away – CDN
Neko Case – Dreaming man – Canadian Amp – CDN
Kathleen Edwards – Unknown legend – recorded live on KCRW – CDN
Stephen Fearing – Thrasher – Borrowed Tunes: A Tribute to Neil Young – CDN
Johnny Cash – Pocahontas – Unearthed

Matt Mays & el Torpedo – The plan – Matt Mays & el Torpedo – CDN


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