Episode #411 Sunday, October 2, 2011

Although he’s always out playing his heart out, Dan Frechette hasn’t put out a CD in a long time, but he’s back with two new ones, so he dropped by the studio, after a similarly long absence, to chat and play a bunch of new songs. He even brought his friends Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, and Neil Young along (you have to hear it to believe it.) His former producer, Bill Bourne, is also back with a new blues record and visiting town, so we preview his show as well as some others.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Bill Bourne & The Free Radio Band – Who’s Knockin’ – Bluesland – CDN
Rambling Dan and the Dylanaires – Nobody Knows My Name – Deal with the Devil – CDN – WPG

Rambling Dan Frechette interview

Rambling Dan and the Dylanaires – Some Kind of Phantom – Deal with the Devil – CDN – WPG

2:30 – 3:00 pm

Rambling Dan Frechette – Internet County Jail – Nohthing to Lose but the Blues – CDN – WPG
Rambling Dan Frechette – They Call Me Mr. Wrong – live performance – CDN – WPG
Rambling Dan Frechette – Big Boots – live performance – CDN – WPG
Rambling Dan Frechette – Hey Hey – live performance – CDN – WPG

3:00 – 3:30 pm

Rambling Dan and the Dylanaires – Life Without Toys – Deal with the Devil – CDN – WPG
Rambling Dan and the Dylanaires – Gentler Days – Deal with the Devil – CDN – WPG
Rambling Dan Frechette – Hard Times You Must Have Had – Nothing to Lose But the Blues – CDN – WPG
Bill Bourne & the Free Radio Band – Forever Truly Bound – Bluesland – CDN
Bill Bourne – Voodoo King – Voodoo King – CDN

3:30 – 4:00 pm

David Francey – Wonder – Late Edition – CDN
Kim Wempe – Painting with Tides – Painting with Tides – CDN
Ron Hawkins – Waitin’ On Something That’s Already Here – Straightjacket Love – CDN
Matt Andersen – Coal Mining Blues – Coal Mining Blues – CDN
Vance Gilbert – Dragonfly Wings – Old White Men


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