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Friday Special Blend

Friday Special Blend
Friday November 10th, 2017 with Bob LeDrew
Music and Remembrance with the Capital Voices and Lois Moody

War Stories
Tony Quarrington - The Day We Took the Ridge Canadian New
Tabatha Southey is the newest addition to Maclean's magazine's stable of columnists, after writing a column for the Globe and Mail for a number of years. She's collected her recent columns in the new book "Collected Tarts and Other Indelicacies" and
Mélanie Brulée - Débridée Canadian
Cornwall born and raised Mélanie Brulée is our Fuzzy Slipper Dance Party track
Wish You Well
Séan McCann - Help Your Self Canadian
Séan McCann is one of four performers taking the stage tonight for the "Guitars for Vets: Play Your Part" concert at Algonquin Commons Theatre, with his guests Jeremy Fisher, Sarah Harmer, and Joel Plaskett. The ticket price of $100 includes a charitable receipt, and each ticket sold will provide a guitar and ten lessons to a veteran in need of some support and assistance.
Love in a Moving Van
Shawna Caspi - Forest Fire Canadian New
Shawna Caspi holds an album release concert for her new CD Forest Fire at All Saints events space on November 24.
Jon Brooks - Ours and the Shepherds Canadian
His Father's House
Garnet Rogers - Small Victories Canadian
Hey Hey Hey
Lee Harvey Osmond - Beautiful Scars Canadian
Tom Wilson of Junkhouse, Blackie and The Rodeo Kings, and Lee Harvey Osmond will join us next week on the show to talk about his new memoir, Beautiful Scars. Tune in for that conversation in hour one.
Barbara Gray joins us with her arts listings. And don't forget: Barb is now adding her listings to CKCU's web listings. Just go to for theatre, visual arts, and musical events.
Talk to me
Joni Mitchell - The Essential Jaco Pastorius
Marc Decho and the Warp'tet are doing a tribute show to legendary bassist Jaco Pastorius at Irene's November 12.
Kayla Spag is one of Ottawa's "Feminist Twins", and they've organized the fourth annual Feminist Fair. This event is a vendor's craft market, fundraiser, and showcase for several non-profit organizations. It is ALL AGES, pay what you can (no one turned away for lack of funds!), with proceeds going to Voice Found. You can also bring accepting toiletries donations for STORM and Building Purple Bridges programs, which support sex trade workers and women at risk.
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