February 11, 2007 – Matt Epp & Jesse DeNatale

Episode #197

First up some great new music.

Then, another fabulous in-studio session, this time featuring Winnipeg’s own Matt Epp, and all the way from San Francisco, the amazing Jesse DeNatale.

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Episode #197
Sunday, February 11, 2007
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

JP Hoe & the Truly Richards – Sing Me a Song – The Live Beta Project – CDN – WPG
The Lowest of the Low – Under the Carlaw Bridge – Shakespeare My Butt – CDN
Michelle Shocked – Hardcore Hornography – digital single
Mary Gauthier – Wheel Inside the Wheel – Mercy Now
Tom Russell – The Eyes of Roberto Duran – The Long Way Around
Paul Thorn – I’d Rather Be a Hammer than a Nail – So Far So Good Live

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Jesse DeNatale – The Bell – Soul Parade
Slaid Cleaves – Tiger Tom Dixon’s Blues – Wishbones
The Western States – Valemont – The Western States – CDN – WPG
Sarah Borges – Daniel Lee – Silver City
Indigo Girls – Least Complicated – Swamp Ophelia
Julie Miller – All My Tears – Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture Songcatcher
Gillian Welch – My First Lover – Time (the Revelator)

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Nathan – Scarecrow – Key Principles – CDN – WPG
Skydiggers – Tom Dooley – www.skydiggers.com – CDN
Jesse DeNatale – Children of the Sun – Soul Parade

Matt Epp & Jesse Denatale interview

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Jesse DeNatale – As Far as We Go – live performance
Jesse DeNatale – Soul Parade – live performance (also on Soul Parade)
Matt Epp – End of the World – live performance – CDN – WPG
Matt Epp – She’s High Water – live performance – CDN – WPG
Matt Epp – Hard to Believe – Love in Such Strong Words – CDN – WPG

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