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Saturday August 22nd, 2015 with Judy McEwen and Chris White
Maria Hawkins, Lindsay Ferguson

Maria Hawkins is in the studio to perform live and talk about her upcoming concert. We also have a musical visit with Lindsay Ferguson who has a brilliant, eclectic new CD called "Chameleon".
Life of a New Mother
Grit Laskin - Unmasked Canadian
Beiba Nuwari
Garifuna Collective - Ayo Canadian
Glory Road
Doug McArthur - Letters From The Coast Canadian
Tamarack
Sutherland Gordon Bird - Music of Canada Canadian
Travels of Marco Polo
Eric & Martha Nagler - A Right and Proper Dwelling Canadian
Hot Rocks
Valdy - Hot Rocks Canadian
Rivers of Babylon
Brent Titcomb - Time Traveller Canadian
The Idiot
Stan Rogers - Northwest Passage Canadian
Near My Beginnings
Bob Burchill - Cabin Fever Canadian
The Maple Leaf Dog
Stringband - The Maple Leaf Dog Canadian
Let the Rough Side Drag
Jesse Winchester - Let the Rough Side Drag Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Shelley Ann Morris
Hi All, Looking forward to hearing two of my favourite people in the same place! Chris, love that wedding song you are playing right now on the Saturday morning show!!!

9:50 AM, August 22nd, 2015
S.A.M.
More favourite people! Hi Ross! Can't wait to hear Maria Hawkins, too.

10:04 AM, August 22nd, 2015
S.A.M.
I was looking for this Maple Leaf Dog song the other day. Thanks for playing it!

10:35 AM, August 22nd, 2015
Ray Harris
Thanks for playing Jesse Winchester!

10:46 AM, August 22nd, 2015
Mary-Sue
Thanks for airing Maple Leaf Dog. Though the song is humorous, there's history behind it. Mr. King had Irish Terrier named Pat -- a succession of them, actually. In Dr. Stanley Coren's book "Pawprints of History" are documented incidents in which either a pet's relationship to historical figure, or a breed obeying its ancestral imperative, acted to influenced the course of events. Great book, confirming the validity of this folk classic.

11:06 AM, August 22nd, 2015
Ron Armstrong
Brock Zeman is playing tonight at Barnstorm tonight in Finch. Tic, CKCU's Wednesday morning host, puts this festival. Well worth attending as it is an event as much as an evening of music: camping, bonfires, trails to explore, light show, videos in the woods etc..http://barnstorm.ca/this-years-lineup/

11:42 AM, August 22nd, 2015
Debbie Rose
Great set of music, Judy and Ross. I love the the issues and the messages they contain. It was also a real treat to hear the crackle of the vinyl on the airwaves. There's nothing like it! It was also a great treat to hear you once again, Maria. Thank you for your beautiful voice and passion. I love the work you have done over the years, both as a performer and a recording artist, and as a teacher, sharing your passion for music with younger generations. You are an inspiration!

11:44 AM, August 22nd, 2015
Mary-Sue
The Naglers were not the only Cdn folkies to sing about Marco Polo. Back on her first album (vinyl, folk genre), Jane Siberry sang about how Marco's girlfriend might react to his travels and to his return... Maybe time to revisit her early work? Back then Chopper had commented about her deserving to be a star...

11:33 AM, August 24th, 2015