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Top albums: Apr 17 – Apr 23, 2023

Position  Artist  Album  Label   
1 The Ring Shepherds The Rage of Uncertainty   Canadian
2 Larry Sparks It's Just Me    
3 The Cash Box Kings Oscar's Motel Alligator Records, L.L.C.  
4 Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer All Wigged Out: Songs from the Musical Community Music  
5 Peter & The Wolves Worth The Trouble 2023 Self-released/Bandcamp Canadian
6 Kuné Universal Echoes Kuné Canadian
7 Les Royal Pickles Take 3   Canadian
8 100grandroyce Single    
9 Area Resident Phosphene   Canadian
10 Daniel Caesar NEVER ENOUGH   Canadian
11 Grafh & 38 Spesh Single    
12 Lynn Miles TumbleWeedyWorld True North Canadian
13 NapsNdreds Single    
14 Plena Libre Cuatro Esquinas GN Musica  
15 Royal Ottawa Carcosa   Canadian
16 The Bruce Katz Band Connections Dancing Rooster Records  
17 The Necks Travel Northern Spy - 2023  
18 The War and Treaty Lover's Game Mercury Nashville  
19 Vilivant Running On Empty   Canadian
20 YlangYlang Only by moonlight Personal Records Canadian
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Top 10 broadcasts heard on-demand

Position  Show  Host  Highlight 
1 Stranger Songs Mike Regenstreif The Philosophy of Modern Song, Part 1
2 Saturday Morning Mike Regenstreif "Though I know that evening’s empire has returned into sand"
3 Friday Drive Trevor Walker [Ivan Conti Mamão Tribute Mixtape]
4 Friday Nite Truck Stop Guest host: Rural Renny From Hillbilly Boogie to Alt. Country, it don't mean a thang, if it ain't got that twang! The music of Sanford Clark, country covers, thanks for the Hanks and some honky tonk from Eddie Noack.
5 The Deep Blue Jon Degan You want it Funky, do you?!
6 The Groove VH3 trance
8 Wednesday Special Blend tic # 961. COVID # 142. Royal Ottawa
9 Renny's Riot Remix Renny FUNKY, BUT....Music that's funkier than my armpit on a hot summer day, some covers of Bob Dylan songs, hot harmonica from Texas harp master Ted Roddy & a feature on Peter & The Wolves new rockabilly album, "Worth The Trouble".
10 The Wavelength Joe Reilly The Ring Shepherds album The Rage of Uncertainty and a lengthy interview with its creator, Mick Kern