Podcast: September 17, 2017 w/Mayhemingways

Episode #708

Today we’ve got another pile of great new music, as well as a look at some amazing upcoming shows, including the return of our pals Josh Fewings & Benj Rowland, aka Mayhemingways, who are headed to town for their first headlining show at the West End Cultural Centre on Sept. 18! Josh gave us a call to chat after a nasty tire blowout in Saskatchewan.

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Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB = Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Mayhemingways – End Up this Way – Hunter St. Blues – CDN
Geoff Berner – Phony Drawl – Canadiana Grotesquica – CDN
Matt Patershuk – Blank Pages and Lost Wages – Same as I Ever Have Been – CDN
Rob Lutes – Rocky Mountain Time – Walk in the Dark – CDN
Melissa Payne – Strong Heart – single – CDN
Sean McConnell – Nothing on You (featuring Lori McKenna) – Undone: Acoustic Recordings

2:30 – 3:00 pm

Anthony da Costa – Go Steady (acoustic version) – da Costa Deluxe
Anthony da Costa – Talking to You (acoustic version) – da Costa Deluxe
Radney Foster – Raining on Sunday – For You to See the Stars
The Sweetback Sisters – I Got Lucky with You – King of Killing Time
Eilen Jewell – It’s your Voodoo Working – Down Hearted Blues

3:00 – 3:30 pm

Carolyn Mark – In Another Time – Come! Back! Special! – CDN
Carolyn Mark – The Queen of Vancouver Island – The Queen of Vancouver Island – CDN
D. Rangers – Tryin’ to Start Out Clean – Barbaric Cultural Practices – CDN – WPG
The Cave Singers – Lost in the Tide – Banshee
The Cave Singers – Hen of the Woods – Welcome Joy
Elliott BROOD – Write It all Down for You – Mountain Meadows – CDN

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Andrew Neville & the Poor Choices – Nick Hill – Winnipeg: The High & Lonesome Years [Vol. IV] – CDN – WPG
Adrien Sala – Andrew Neville – Winnipeg: The High & Lonesome Years [Vol. IV] – CDN – WPG
Corin Raymond – Brand New Song – Paper Nickels – CDN

Josh Fewings (Mayhemingways) interview

Mayhemingways – Hunter St. Blues – Hunter St. Blues – CDN

Playlist: Episode #708, September 17, 2017 – w/Mayhemingways

Today we’ve got another pile of great new music, as well as a look at some amazing upcoming shows, including the return of our pals Josh Fewings & Benj Rowland, aka Mayhemingways, who are headed to town for their first headlining show at the West End Cultural Centre on Sept. 18! Josh gave us a call to chat after a nasty tire blowout in Saskatchewan.

Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB = Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Mayhemingways – End Up this Way – Hunter St. Blues – CDN
Geoff Berner – Phony Drawl – Canadiana Grotesquica – CDN
Matt Patershuk – Blank Pages and Lost Wages – Same as I Ever Have Been – CDN
Rob Lutes – Rocky Mountain Time – Walk in the Dark – CDN
Melissa Payne – Strong Heart – single – CDN
Sean McConnell – Nothing on You (featuring Lori McKenna) – Undone: Acoustic Recordings

2:30 – 3:00 pm

Anthony da Costa – Go Steady (acoustic version) – da Costa Deluxe
Anthony da Costa – Talking to You (acoustic version) – da Costa Deluxe
Radney Foster – Raining on Sunday – For You to See the Stars
The Sweetback Sisters – I Got Lucky with You – King of Killing Time
Eilen Jewell – It’s your Voodoo Working – Down Hearted Blues

3:00 – 3:30 pm

Carolyn Mark – In Another Time – Come! Back! Special! – CDN
Carolyn Mark – The Queen of Vancouver Island – The Queen of Vancouver Island – CDN
D. Rangers – Tryin’ to Start Out Clean – Barbaric Cultural Practices – CDN – WPG
The Cave Singers – Lost in the Tide – Banshee
The Cave Singers – Hen of the Woods – Welcome Joy
Elliott BROOD – Write It all Down for You – Mountain Meadows – CDN

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Andrew Neville & the Poor Choices – Nick Hill – Winnipeg: The High & Lonesome Years [Vol. IV] – CDN – WPG
Adrien Sala – Andrew Neville – Winnipeg: The High & Lonesome Years [Vol. IV] – CDN – WPG
Corin Raymond – Brand New Song – Paper Nickels – CDN

Josh Fewings (Mayhemingways) interview

Mayhemingways – Hunter St. Blues – Hunter St. Blues – CDN

Podcast: September 10, 2017

Episode #707

On this week’s show, we’ve got some great upcoming show to talk about and a huge pile of new music, both new releases and new finds that I dug out of a couple of my favourite U.S. goldmines.

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Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB = Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Jim Bryson – The Depression Dance – Somewhere We Will Find Our Place – CDN
The Sadies – Loved on Look (w/Greg Keelor) – Tremendous Efforts – CDN
The Sadies – Tiger Tiger – Stories Often Told – CDN
Mayhemingways – Small Town Crush – Mayhemingways – CDN
Mayhemingways – Hunter St. Blues – Hunter St. Blues – CDN
Andrew Neville & The Poor Choices – Poor Choices Song – Winnipeg: The High & Lonesome Years [Vol. IV] – CDN – WPG
Whitney Rose – Tied to the Wheel – Rule 62 – CDN

2:30 – 3:00 pm

Whitney Rose – Trucker’s Funeral – Rule 62 – CDN
Romantica – St. Paul City Lights – Shadowlands
Slaid Cleaves – Still Be Mine – Ghost on the Car Radio
Blaze Foley – Girl Scout Cookies – The Lost Muscle Shoals Recordings
The Deep Dark Woods – Fallen Leaves – Yarrow – CDN
Shuyler Jansen – Don’t Ask Why – Today’s Remains – CDN

3:00 – 3:30 pm

Buick 6 – Righteously – Plays Well with Others
John Fullbright – Write a Song – Songs
The Bottle Rockets – Welfare Music – The Brooklyn Side
Danny Barnes – Angel – Rocket
Waltons – Wascana – Cock’s Crow – CDN
Ha Ha Tonka – Everything – Heart-Shaped Mountain
The Rave-Ups – She Says (Come Around) – Chance

3:30 – 4:00 pm

T. Hardy Morris – Quieter (When I Leave Town) – Hardy & The Hardknocks: Drownin on a Mountaintop
Butch Hancock – Tell Me What You Want To Know – Own & Own
The Push Stars – Keg On My Coffin – Paint The Town
Chip Taylor – I’ll Only Be Me Once (w/Lucinda Williams) – The Little Prayers Trilogy
Chip Taylor – One Hell of a Guy (w/Guy Clark) – 16 Angels Dancing ‘cross the Moon
Townes Van Zandt – Shrimp Song – Austin City Limits 1976

Playlist: Episode #707, September 10, 2017

On this week’s show, we’ve got some great upcoming show to talk about and a huge pile of new music, both new releases and new finds that I dug out of a couple of my favourite U.S. goldmines.

Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB = Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Jim Bryson – The Depression Dance – Somewhere We Will Find Our Place – CDN
The Sadies – Loved on Look (w/Greg Keelor) – Tremendous Efforts – CDN
The Sadies – Tiger Tiger – Stories Often Told – CDN
Mayhemingways – Small Town Crush – Mayhemingways – CDN
Mayhemingways – Hunter St. Blues – Hunter St. Blues – CDN
Andrew Neville & The Poor Choices – Poor Choices Song – Winnipeg: The High & Lonesome Years [Vol. IV] – CDN – WPG
Whitney Rose – Tied to the Wheel – Rule 62 – CDN

2:30 – 3:00 pm

Whitney Rose – Trucker’s Funeral – Rule 62 – CDN
Romantica – St. Paul City Lights – Shadowlands
Slaid Cleaves – Still Be Mine – Ghost on the Car Radio
Blaze Foley – Girl Scout Cookies – The Lost Muscle Shoals Recordings
The Deep Dark Woods – Fallen Leaves – Yarrow – CDN
Shuyler Jansen – Don’t Ask Why – Today’s Remains – CDN

3:00 – 3:30 pm

Buick 6 – Righteously – Plays Well with Others
John Fullbright – Write a Song – Songs
The Bottle Rockets – Welfare Music – The Brooklyn Side
Danny Barnes – Angel – Rocket
Waltons – Wascana – Cock’s Crow – CDN
Ha Ha Tonka – Everything – Heart-Shaped Mountain
The Rave-Ups – She Says (Come Around) – Chance

3:30 – 4:00 pm

T. Hardy Morris – Quieter (When I Leave Town) – Hardy & The Hardknocks: Drownin on a Mountaintop
Butch Hancock – Tell Me What You Want To Know – Own & Own
The Push Stars – Keg On My Coffin – Paint The Town
Chip Taylor – I’ll Only Be Me Once (w/Lucinda Williams) – The Little Prayers Trilogy
Chip Taylor – One Hell of a Guy (w/Guy Clark) – 16 Angels Dancing ‘cross the Moon
Townes Van Zandt – Shrimp Song – Austin City Limits 1976

Lynne Hanson at The Sunset Saloon, Saturday, October 7, 2017!

Tell the Band to Go Home  proudly presents:

Lynne Hanson
at The Sunset Saloon (house concert in Westwood)
Saturday, October 7, 2017
8:00
Suggested donation $15-20 (price flexible, all proceeds to the artist)

If you wish, bring a drink for yourself, and/or a snack to share, but we’ve always got plenty of all of those on hand!

All are welcome (bring the kids, friends, family, people off the street, whatever)! Our house is family friendly (we’ve got 3 kids, a trampoline, and plenty of room, so feel free to bring the family), easy-going, friendly, and open to all! If you don’t know us yet, come on down and make some new friends!

The Sunset Saloon is a house concert venue in Westwood (near the YMCA on Portage.) We’re open to all. Feel free to pass along the event info, bring friends, bring your kids (our kids will thank you), or just come by yourself and make some new friends! Admission is by donation, which goes directly to the artists. Most folks pay $20, but any hard working musician wouldn’t turn down more, and will take whatever is comfortable for you to give.

Please RSVP for the address and more information!

Questions? RSVP? Fill out the contact form below! Forward this to a friend!

Somewhere in the heartlands, in a town called ‘Americana USA,’ nestles a particular variety of singer-songwriter. Someone who views a melodic sensibility through the bottom of a whiskey glass. Canadian songstress Lynne Hanson could run for mayor of that town.”
— Trevor Raggatt – R2 Magazine (5 stars)

We all carry a little bit of weight on our shoulders, but being compelled toward songwriting is a welcome burden for Lynne Hanson. At first listen, her warm, gritty, boot stompin’ music leads you through the southern USA, though Hanson hails from Ottawa, Canada. Her sound is born honestly through a lifetime of experience and influence, expressed through the rock, blues and roots that bleeds from her very being. With a liberal amount of Texas grit and a polished Nashville sensibility, Lynne’s songs are familiar and comfortable, yet fearless and strong. She likes things a little rough around the edges, but her deep bluesy croon is pure and full of fortitude. No matter what the song, there’s a weight and a warmth to her expression.

[Lynne] seems headed for that revered territory inhabited by seasoned songwriters such as Nancy Griffith, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Mary Gauthier or Lucinda Williams.” – Barry Hammond – Penguin Eggs

In her brand new release Uneven Ground (April 2017), produced by Winnipeg’s Scott Nolan, Hanson explores the realm of giving sound advice through songwriting, and fighting back against the devil within us. Permeating the recording is a restrained intensity, elevated with a finger picked beat, beautiful piano accompaniments, dobro and wind instruments. The album leads out with the lush electricity of “Carry Me Home,” winding into down-home roots ballads like “Stronger” and “Just For Now”. The title track “Uneven Ground” is a full-on blues assault, conjuring images a glamorous chanteuse stretched out in front of a baby grand in a smoky nightclub. “Counting Heartbeats” and “Every Honest Misstep” each have a unique, driving, rain-on-the-windshield quality; with a pace that leans in on the gas just a bit. Altogether, Uneven Ground is an authentic expression of Hanson’s rustic style, brimming over with imagery and cleverly penned lyrics, and a crystal clear production. It steps proudly into the next generation of roots and blues music, while still respecting traditions.

Growing up in Ottawa, Canada, Hanson started playing guitar as a teenager, eventually working her way to her award-winning debut, Things I Miss in 2006. Two more albums quickly followed, Eleven Months (2008) and Once the Sun Goes Down (2010). Each new release garnered critical praise, earning Hanson a Canadian Folk Music Award nomination in 2009, an invitation to the Kerrville Folk Festival, and the prestigious Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award, administered by the Ontario Arts Council. After a few years hiatus, Lynne Hanson returned with a new approach to songwriting, releasing her fourth studio album River of Sand in 2014 with producer Lynn Miles; a JUNO-award winning artist in her own career. River of Sand stands out as the creative output of the personal journey endured over her four-year break, and saw her writing mature into a more intuitive and visceral style.

Lynne Hanson has toured across Canada, the US, Europe and the UK, either solo or with her band The Good Intentions. She’s showcased in Austin, Phoenix, and Memphis, toured in support of Grammy nominated artist Gretchen Peters and Steve Forbert, and performed at the legendary 100 Club in London England and the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville to name a few. She continues to tour throughout her established areas and expand into new realms with tours across Canada and Europe planned for 2017.

We are very pleased to welcome Lynne for her first visit to the Sunset Saloon. We truly hope you’ll join us for a wonderful evening of songs and stories!

Feel free to fill out the contact form below if you have any questions or if you want to reserve your seat (your details aren’t public, just emailed directly to me.)

Podcast: September 3, 2017

Episode #706

Summer’s over, Lindsay’s here, amazing upcoming shows, and a great Cheapo find. How’s that sound?

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Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB = Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Blackie & the Rodeo Kings – Summertime’s Over – South – CDN
Big Star – September Gurls – Radio City
Paolo Nutini – Autumn – These Streets
Ben Arnold – Fine September – Solo
Jonathan Byrd – Golden Glow of Autumn – Wildflowers
Joe Nolan – Autumn Sky – Tornado – CDN
David Francey – Far End of Summer – Far End of Summer – CDN

2:30 – 3:00 pm

NQ Arbuckle – The Autumn Leaves – The Last Supper in a Cheap Town – CDN
Matthew Ryan – Me & My Lover – East Autumn Grin
Elliott BROOD – Lindsay – Days Into Years – CDN
Lindsay Ferguson – Apologies – Chameleon – CDN
Lindsay Buckingham – Never Going Back Again – Rare on Air Volume 1
Frank Turner – Plea from a Cat Named Virtute – Polaroid Picture EP
Art of Time Ensemble – Virtute the Cat Explains her Departure (w/Steven Page) – A Singer Must Die – CDN

3:00 – 3:30 pm

John K Samson – Virtute at Rest – Winter Wheat – CDN – WPG
Washboard Hank – Friendly Little Cat – Human Beans – CDN
Jack Off Jill – My Cat – Sexless Demons and Scars
Tracy McNeil & The GoodLife – Wildcats – Nobody Ever Leaves
Luke Doucet and the White Falcon – The Lovecats – Blood’s Too Rich – CDN
Rheostatics – Introducing Happiness – Introducing Happiness – CDN
Mayhemingways – Oldest Home Bum – Hunter St. Blues – CDN
Mayhemingways – CDs I Didn’t Sell – Mayhemingways – CDN

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Three O’Clock Train – The Devil Likes Me – Wig Wam Beach – CDN
Three O’Clock Train – Train of Dreams – Train of Dreams – CDN
Garnet Rogers – All That Is – All That Is: The Songs of – CDN
Lynne Hanson – Every Honest Misstep – Uneven Ground – CDN
Vika and Linda – I Didn’t Know Love Could Be Mine – Vika and Linda
Vika and Linda – I Know Where to Go to Feel Good – Vika and Linda

Playlist: Episode #706, September 3, 2017

Summer’s over, Lindsay’s here, amazing upcoming shows, and a great Cheapo find. How’s that sound?

Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB = Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Blackie & the Rodeo Kings – Summertime’s Over – South – CDN
Big Star – September Gurls – Radio City
Paolo Nutini – Autumn – These Streets
Ben Arnold – Fine September – Solo
Jonathan Byrd – Golden Glow of Autumn – Wildflowers
Joe Nolan – Autumn Sky – Tornado – CDN
David Francey – Far End of Summer – Far End of Summer – CDN

2:30 – 3:00 pm

NQ Arbuckle – The Autumn Leaves – The Last Supper in a Cheap Town – CDN
Matthew Ryan – Me & My Lover – East Autumn Grin
Elliott BROOD – Lindsay – Days Into Years – CDN
Lindsay Ferguson – Apologies – Chameleon – CDN
Lindsay Buckingham – Never Going Back Again – Rare on Air Volume 1
Frank Turner – Plea from a Cat Named Virtute – Polaroid Picture EP
Art of Time Ensemble – Virtute the Cat Explains her Departure (w/Steven Page) – A Singer Must Die – CDN

3:00 – 3:30 pm

John K Samson – Virtute at Rest – Winter Wheat – CDN – WPG
Washboard Hank – Friendly Little Cat – Human Beans – CDN
Jack Off Jill – My Cat – Sexless Demons and Scars
Tracy McNeil & The GoodLife – Wildcats – Nobody Ever Leaves
Luke Doucet and the White Falcon – The Lovecats – Blood’s Too Rich – CDN
Rheostatics – Introducing Happiness – Introducing Happiness – CDN
Mayhemingways – Oldest Home Bum – Hunter St. Blues – CDN
Mayhemingways – CDs I Didn’t Sell – Mayhemingways – CDN

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Three O’Clock Train – The Devil Likes Me – Wig Wam Beach – CDN
Three O’Clock Train – Train of Dreams – Train of Dreams – CDN
Garnet Rogers – All That Is – All That Is: The Songs of – CDN
Lynne Hanson – Every Honest Misstep – Uneven Ground – CDN
Vika and Linda – I Didn’t Know Love Could Be Mine – Vika and Linda
Vika and Linda – I Know Where to Go to Feel Good – Vika and Linda

Podcast: August 27, 2017 – Classics Uncovered

This is one of those “standby” episodes that you might hear again some day, but it’s so darn good that you surely won’t mind!

Hanging out at music festivals (especially smaller ones), you hear a lot of artists covering other artists. This episode is full to the brim with classic songs that have been covered by others in my recent travels.

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Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB = Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Guy Clark – Dublin Blues – Dublin Blues
Townes Van Zandt – Rex’s Blues – Flyin’ Shoes
John Prine – Speed of the Sound of Loneliness – German Afternoons
Ian & Sylvia – Some Day Soon – Some Day Soon – CDN
Ian Tyson – M.C. Horses – Eighteen Inches of Rain – CDN
Willie P Bennett – Blackie and the Rodeo King – Blackie and the Rodeo King – CDN
Guy Clark – El Coyote – My Favorite Picture Of You

2:30 – 3:00 pm

Stan Rogers – Northwest Passage – Northwest Passage – CDN
David Francey – Red Winged Blackbird – Torn Screen Door – CDN
James Keelaghan – Cold Missouri Waters – A Recent Future – CDN
David Wiffen – Driving Wheel – David Wiffen – CDN
The Band – Chest Fever – Music From Big Pink – CDN
Bruce Springsteen – One Step Up – Tunnel of Love

3:00 – 3:30 pm

Blaze Foley – Cold, Cold World – Cold, Cold World
Waylon Jennings – Lonesome, On’ry and Mean – Lonesome, On’ry and Mean
Waylon Jennings – Waymore’s Blues – Dreaming My Dreams
Billy Joe Shaver – Willy the Wandering Gypsy and Me – Old Five and Dimers like Me
Billy Joe Shaver – Slow Rollin’ Low – Honky Tonk Heroes
Sturgill Simpson – You Can Have the Crown – High Top Mountain
The Marshall Tucker Band – Can’t You See – Marshall Tucker Band
Richard Inman – Sunday Morning – Richard Inman – CDN – WPG

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Hank Williams – Your Cheatin’ Heart (single version) (feat. The Drifting Cowboys) – 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection, Vol.2
Elvis Presley – That’s Alright Mama – Sun Records Greatest Hits
Johnny Cash – The Streets of Laredo – The Legend
The Band – Long Black Veil – Music from Big Pink – CDN
Sam Cooke – Bring It on Home to Me – The Best of
Al Green – Love and Happiness – Greatest Hits
Solomon Burke – That’s How I Got to Memphis – Nashville

Playlist: Episode #705, August 27, 2017 – Classics Uncovered

This is one of those “standby” episodes that you might hear again some day, but it’s so darn good that you surely won’t mind!

Hanging out at music festivals (especially smaller ones), you hear a lot of artists covering other artists. This episode is full to the brim with classic songs that have been covered by others in my recent travels.

Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB = Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Guy Clark – Dublin Blues – Dublin Blues
Townes Van Zandt – Rex’s Blues – Flyin’ Shoes
John Prine – Speed of the Sound of Loneliness – German Afternoons
Ian & Sylvia – Some Day Soon – Some Day Soon – CDN
Ian Tyson – M.C. Horses – Eighteen Inches of Rain – CDN
Willie P Bennett – Blackie and the Rodeo King – Blackie and the Rodeo King – CDN
Guy Clark – El Coyote – My Favorite Picture Of You

2:30 – 3:00 pm

Stan Rogers – Northwest Passage – Northwest Passage – CDN
David Francey – Red Winged Blackbird – Torn Screen Door – CDN
James Keelaghan – Cold Missouri Waters – A Recent Future – CDN
David Wiffen – Driving Wheel – David Wiffen – CDN
The Band – Chest Fever – Music From Big Pink – CDN
Bruce Springsteen – One Step Up – Tunnel of Love

3:00 – 3:30 pm

Blaze Foley – Cold, Cold World – Cold, Cold World
Waylon Jennings – Lonesome, On’ry and Mean – Lonesome, On’ry and Mean
Waylon Jennings – Waymore’s Blues – Dreaming My Dreams
Billy Joe Shaver – Willy the Wandering Gypsy and Me – Old Five and Dimers like Me
Billy Joe Shaver – Slow Rollin’ Low – Honky Tonk Heroes
Sturgill Simpson – You Can Have the Crown – High Top Mountain
The Marshall Tucker Band – Can’t You See – Marshall Tucker Band
Richard Inman – Sunday Morning – Richard Inman – CDN – WPG

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Hank Williams – Your Cheatin’ Heart (single version) (feat. The Drifting Cowboys) – 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection, Vol.2
Elvis Presley – That’s Alright Mama – Sun Records Greatest Hits
Johnny Cash – The Streets of Laredo – The Legend
The Band – Long Black Veil – Music from Big Pink – CDN
Sam Cooke – Bring It on Home to Me – The Best of
Al Green – Love and Happiness – Greatest Hits
Solomon Burke – That’s How I Got to Memphis – Nashville

Podcast: August 20, 2017

Episode #704

As the leaves start to drop (boo!), so do the new releases, and we’ve got a big ol’ pile of exciting new records to share today! We’ve also got some memories of the amazing Trout Forest Music festival, and more!

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Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB = Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Paul Kelly – Rock out on the Sea – Life Is Fine
Paul Kelly – My Man’s Got a Cold (feat. Vika Bull) – Life Is Fine
Eric Westbury – My Kind of People (Are Getting hard to Find) – Atomic Wilderness – CDN
Murder Murder – Goodnight, Irene – Wicked Lines & Veins – CDN
Rod Melancon – Praying for Light – Southern Gothic
Shannon Lyon – Olde Freightliner – Patreon – CDN

2:30 – 3:00 pm

Jonathan Byrd – That’s Right Jack – demos
Tom Russell – Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues (with Joe Ely) (bonus track) – Folk Hotel
Terra Lightfoot – Paradise – New Mistakes – CDN
Mayhemingways – Blackie & the Rodeo King (w/The Weber Brothers) – live recording – CDN
King Creosote & the Earlies – Cod Liver Oil & the Orange Juice – live recording

3:00 – 3:30 pm

David Myles – Cry, Cry, Cry – Real Love – CDN
Slaid Cleaves – Already Gone – Ghost on the Radio
Bruce Cockburn – States I’m In – Bone on Bone – CDN
Susto – Diamonds Icaro – Jam in the Van
Will Hoge – Through Missing You – Anchors
Courtney Marie Andrews – Near You – single
Erin Rae – Wild Blue Wind – single

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Ray Wylie Hubbard – Tell the Devil I’m Gettin’ There as Fast as I Can (w/Lucinda Williams & Eric Church) – Tell the Devil I’m Gettin’ There as Fast as I Can
Lucinda Williams – Six Blocks Away – This Sweet Old World
Del Barber – Someday Soon – live recording – CDN – WPG
Del Barber & The Honky Tonk Heartbreakers – Heartland Heartbreak – live recording – CDN – WPG
Ridley Bent – Nine Inch Nails – Buckles & Boots – CDN – WPG