1. Ottawa Life journalist Andre Gagne talks about about his recent interview with Garnet Rogers who will be at Southminster United Church next Saturday, Dec. 10, for a book launch at 1:00 pm and a concert at 3:00 pm -- see www.ochsfest.ca and www.folkzone.ca for more information. The book launch, which is free, celebrates Garnet's new "Night Drive", a memoir about touring and recording for 10 years with his now-legendary brother, the late Stan Rogers. 2. Ken Shipley performs Gordon Lightfoot's "Song for a Winter's Night" live in the studio. 2. Phone interview with Abigail Lapell and Dana Sipos (a conference call from two locations in Montreal). They're on the bill with Moonfruits at Bar Robo in Ottawa this evening. 4. Phone interview with Kim Lymburner. The organization he founded – Folkrum – is presenting a free "Young Performers Concert" at the Black Irish Pub in Vanier this afternoon and evening. 5. Jillian Kerr drops by the studio to chat and perform. A graduate of Carleton University's Music program, she will be performing at 6:30 pm today as part of the Folkrum "Young Performers Concert" at the Black Irish Pub. 6. Ally Snedker and Jensen Grant from the band Old Man Grant drop by the studio to chat about – and play – their recent music video. They're also performing in today's "Young Performers Concert" at the Black Irish Pub. 7. Lynn Miles in the studio to chat and perform. She's performing at Irene's Pub on Fri. Dec. 16 (8 pm), Sat. Dec. 17 (8 pm) and Sun. Dec. 18 (3 pm). Presenting songs from Lynn's "Winter" album, these concerts will feature Keith Glass, a string quartet and some surprise guests! 8. Phone interview with Stephen Richer. This is Part 2 of his report about his recent Pete Seeger "pilgrimage" to Beacon, NY.
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