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Saturday February 20th, 2016 with Chris White
Kongero, Jabbour, Jack Hui Litster

Brand-new music from three-time Juno winner David Francey's latest album, "Empty Train". We chat with Lotta Andersson who is on tour in the area as part of the Swedish a cappella group, Kongero ( They perform at Dominion Chalmers Church this afternoon at 3:30 pm and at Les Brasseurs du Temps in Hull tomorrow at 7:30 pm. Montreal-based folk-roots band Jabbour drops by the studio to perform live and talk about their concert at Kaffe 1870 tonight at 9 pm. Their music blends influences from Louisiana, Americana, French "chanson" and Western Swing, with guitar, fiddle, double bass and great vocal harmonies (website Drummer/percussionist Jack Hui Litster talks about his musical projects, including the free family fun performance with Super-Pamplemousse taking place at the Wild Oat Bakery tomorrow afternoon at 3.
One Voice
The Wailin' Jennys - 40 Days Canadian
Carley's Song
The Bird Sisters - Different Stories Canadian
The Streetcars of the OER
Alex Sinclair - . Canadian
Just Waiting for a Train
Dave Clarke - Reunion Canadian
Big Texas Moon
David Francey - Empty Train Canadian New
A Game Goin' On
Dave Gunning - No More Pennies Canadian
Someday Soon
Judy Collins - Who Knows Where the Time Goes Canadian
Empty Train
David Francey - Empty Train Canadian New
Wedding Dress
Mary Gick - CKCU recording Canadian
Jimmy's Room
Melwood Cutlery - Campfire Canadian
Hockey Sweater
Dala - Who Do You Tthink You Are Canadian
How to Build a Fence
Bob Snider - Stealin' Home Canadian
Sans Secrets
Jabbour - live in the studio Canadian
Jabbour - live in the studio Canadian
20 Bucks
Jabbour - live in the studio Canadian
The Real Reel
Kongero - Bakvända världen Canadian
C'est Pas...
Jabbour - live in the studio Canadian
Things We Said Today
Bob Evans - 4 on 6 Canadian
Rain Comes Down
Joel Fafard - Fowl Play Canadian
She's a Funny One
Vince Halfhide - CKCU recording Canadian
Super-Pamplemousse - demo Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Awaiting the list of tunes played… Most interesting was the 'historial' ballad about Nepean lad on the streetcars to Britannia. Those were gone as of 1959…

10:41 AM, February 20th, 2016
Alex Sinclair moved to Toronto — now he's in a city that still has streetcars. Though no more Ottawa Electric Railway with the overhead wires… Are the new O-Trains in the tunnels all going to be electric?

10:43 AM, February 20th, 2016