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Saturday April 15th, 2017 with Bob Nesbitt and Chris White
Anique Granger, Mélanie Brulée, Rebecca Campbell, Kevin Harvey (Durham County Poets), Ken Whiteley, Jill Zmud

Bob Nesbitt is the Producer and Artistic Director of the 6th annual Ottawa Grassroots Festival which will run from April 20-23 at Southminster United Church ( Today's guests Anique Granger, Mélanie Brulée, Kevin Harvey (Durham County Poets), Ken Whiteley and Jill Zmud are all participating in the festival. We also chat with Rebecca Campbell who is in Ottawa to participate in a multi-performer tribute to Jesse Winchester at Irene's Pub this evening.
I Am Willing
Paugan Dames - demo Canadian
Can't Be Satisfied
Vince Halfhide & Larry ("The Bird") Mootham - Cottage Music Canadian
The Shores of Black Lake
Maple Hill - Back To You Canadian
Julie Corrigan - The Language Canadian
Matin Bleu
Cindy Doire - Chapeau de pluie Canadian
Antidote du doute
Melanie Brulée with Anique Granger - live performance Canadian
Anique Granger - Aimer comme une émeute Canadian
Rebecca Campbell - live in the studio Canadian
That's What Makes You Strong
Rebecca Campbell - live performance Canadian
Chikkaboodah Stew
Durham County Poets - Chikkaboodah Stew Canadian
That's When I Need a Song
Ken Whiteley - One World Dance Canadian
Lonesome Town
Jill Zmud - live in the studio Canadian
East of the Line
Jill Zmud - live in the studio Canadian
Jill Zmud - live in the studio Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Randy mac neil
Go grass roots festival go!Way to go Bob and the great folks that surround you!

10:42 AM, April 15th, 2017
Mike Regenstreif
I tuned just in time to hear Rebecca sing "Sham-A-Ling-Dong-Ding" -- a lovely, lovely version. BTW, I'll be speaking about Jesse tonight at the Irene's concert.

10:59 AM, April 15th, 2017