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Saturday March 22nd, 2014 with Arthur II and Chris White
Emm Gryner, Bill Woodley, Caroline Parry, Jamie Anderson

Interviews with Caroline Parry, Jamie Anderson, Bill Woodley and Emm Gryner. Caroline Parry and David Baril will perform traditional songs from both sides of the Atlantic at Abbotsford House on Friday, March 28. Also that evening, Jamie Anderson will perform live and screen her new music video, "Run", at the Richelieu-Vanier Community Center. Trent Severn (Emm Gryner, Dayna Manning and Laura Bate) will perform at the NAC Fourth Stage on Saturday, March 29th. Bill Woodley has a not-to-be-missed exhibit of photos from 60's and 70's folk festivals on display at Irene's Pub until the end of March.
Drifting Snow
Willie P. Bennett - Tryin' to Start Out Clean Canadian
White Line
Willie P. Bennett - Tryin' to Start Out Clean Canadian
Loon on the Lake
Ball & Chain - Bare Bones Canadian
Dance Hall GIrls
Fraser & Debolt - Fraser & Debolt Canadian
Big Black Ship
Drew Nelson - 30 Odd Years Canadian
Highway 105
Charles de Lint - Old Blue Truck Canadian
Mrs. Parker
Clear - Never Falling Again Canadian
Jolene
The Brothers Chaffey - Harbord Street Soul Canadian
Caney Fork River
Willie P. Bennett - Heartstrings Canadian
Drifting Snow reprise
Willie P. Bennett - Tryin' to Start Out Clean Canadian
For Love
Karen Savoca - All My Excuses
Free Fall
Shari Ulrich - Everywhere I Go Canadian New
Road Less Travelled
Trent Severn - Trent Severn Canadian
It Ain't Me Babe
Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits
Garnet's Homemade Beer
Ian Robb - From Different Angels Canadian
Run
Jamie Anderson - Dare
The Black Fly Song
Wade Hemsworth - Folk Songs of the Canadian North Woods
Interactive CKCU
Maryanne
Hey Guys I'm really enjoying the first twelve minutes of the forty!

10:14 AM, March 22nd, 2014
Pat Moore
This is a great song about HWY 105…can't wait to hear who it is. ! Very clever lyrics. Very Eaglesmith inspired. Love all the local mentions.

10:27 AM, March 22nd, 2014
Randy MacNeil
Hi to you both, Nice to hear your voice Arthur II:), nice to hear you too Chris. Love the HWY 105 song. Have a good weekend. Great tunes this morning.

10:30 AM, March 22nd, 2014
mikec
Charles de Lint for 105 song. Puzzled bout the one before too.

10:30 AM, March 22nd, 2014
Judy & Ross
Yes Hwy 105 is absorbing.....

10:30 AM, March 22nd, 2014
Pat Moore
Ah - Charles de Lint! Is this a newer CD? I see it's not a new release but perhaps in the last year?? Must look for it.

10:35 AM, March 22nd, 2014
Steve W.
Can you elaborate on the origins of the "Doc's Pick" segment, and tell us who "Doc" is. I don't think I ever recall "Doc's" identity revealed. Was it meant to be an enigma?

10:48 AM, March 22nd, 2014
Pat Moore
Hey, glad you had Chris on to talk about our show next Friday in support of the Little Sparrows Orphanage.

10:55 AM, March 22nd, 2014
Shelley Ann Morris (host)
Hi All, Really enjoying your show this morning--lots of variety, music, great hosts and interesting guests.

11:31 AM, March 22nd, 2014
Judy & Ross
And don't forget "Nesbitt's Volunteers" from the old Ottawa Folk Festival.

11:34 AM, March 22nd, 2014
Shelley Ann Morris (host)
I'm going for a 'run' on the treadmill--that's what you do on a day like today. Thanks for the inspiration

11:52 AM, March 22nd, 2014
Steve W.
Thanks Chris. I knew the basics that you covered on the today's show. I just thought I had always missed the one show where Doc's identity was revealed. From your carefully worded comments, I assume now that Doc was meant to remain a mystery. At least I wasn't the only one who didn't know. A multi-year mystery is now, more or less solved.

11:53 AM, March 22nd, 2014
RICHARD SMITH
NICE TO HEAR YOU GUYS, GREAT SHOW MAKES ME HOMESICK,PLAY ON

12:05 PM, March 22nd, 2014
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