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Below the Canadian radar

GUEST,Charley Noble 27 Feb 05 - 12:52 PM
JudyB 27 Feb 05 - 07:10 PM
Bob the Postman 27 Feb 05 - 09:56 PM
GUEST,Arnie 28 Feb 05 - 02:23 PM
Metchosin 28 Feb 05 - 02:58 PM
Devilmaster 28 Feb 05 - 03:31 PM
Charlie Baum 28 Feb 05 - 04:03 PM
Steve Latimer 28 Feb 05 - 08:03 PM
Bob the Postman 28 Feb 05 - 09:36 PM
Bob the Postman 28 Feb 05 - 09:41 PM
42 01 Mar 05 - 06:36 AM
GUEST,Digger 05 Mar 05 - 12:37 AM
hesperis 05 Mar 05 - 02:39 PM
Bob the Postman 16 Mar 05 - 06:36 PM
42 16 Mar 05 - 11:13 PM
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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: GUEST,Charley Noble
Date: 27 Feb 05 - 12:52 PM

I would second Willie P Bennett whose song "Country Squall" still rattles around my brain.

There's also Finest Kind, composed of Ian Robb, Shelly Posen and Ann Downey.

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: JudyB
Date: 27 Feb 05 - 07:10 PM

Well, I don't know about average age, but I'm quite sure I'm older than Keelaghan, and probably am older than any two members of Tanglefoot combined (current members, assuming they're not bringing back any of the earlier members). :)


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: Bob the Postman
Date: 27 Feb 05 - 09:56 PM

Hey 42
The Crackercats out of Saskatoon are young and still kinda discoverable. They'll get better and better if they can keep the group going, which is probably very difficult for the young and still-discoverable.


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: GUEST,Arnie
Date: 28 Feb 05 - 02:23 PM

42- I don't know who you are or what your folk club is called - perhaps you could give us some real names? If you want some quality banjo music you could try The Banjo Special, or old time and original banjo songs and tunes Arnie Naiman and Chris Coole, or Old time fiddle and banjo Erynn Marshall and Chris Coole, or Bluegrass Music The Foggy Hogtown Boys, or high quality Celtic virtuosos Brian Taheny and Loretto Reid, or Old Time songs with variety Ragged But Right. Of course the above are all musicians I'm personally connected with that are locally available. A starter website for the above is www.merriweather.ca and look for artist links. Shameless me.
Arnie Naiman


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: Metchosin
Date: 28 Feb 05 - 02:58 PM

well gee, my daughter and her group are going on tour back east during the summer. I think they have a gig lined up in Montreal and they are playing the band on the McGill radio station, but I'm assuming you want Folkies.

If not.........Here's..........Semi-Louise! ........and here.


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: Devilmaster
Date: 28 Feb 05 - 03:31 PM

Clinton Hammond - who doesn't give himself as much credit as he deserves....

Steve


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: Charlie Baum
Date: 28 Feb 05 - 04:03 PM

If you like April Verch, you will LOVE Ivonne Hernandez (of Victoria, BC).

--Charlie Baum


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: Steve Latimer
Date: 28 Feb 05 - 08:03 PM

I'll second Arnie's ideas. The Banjo Special is great, I haven't heard the Foggyhogtownboys, but I have heard most of their members in other groups and they are really top notch.


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: Bob the Postman
Date: 28 Feb 05 - 09:36 PM

Jeeze, Arnie, you and Chris are dead centre on this Canadian's radar. But I forgot to mention Petunia: http://www.herenb.com/fredericton/issues/0207/echoes.html

And here is some info on Stompin' Tim: http://www.timhus.ca/

Well, I never tried making a blue clicky before, so here goes nothing (as I click Submit).


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: Bob the Postman
Date: 28 Feb 05 - 09:41 PM

Okay, I score 50% on the clicky making. But if you paste that address for Petunia into a browser your efforts will not be in vain.


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: 42
Date: 01 Mar 05 - 06:36 AM

Hi Arnie,

well the website is blue clicky'ed earlier in the thread but how many H2G2 fanatics do you know?

Jen


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: GUEST,Digger
Date: 05 Mar 05 - 12:37 AM

There's a young Metis guy out of Toronto who is the real deal
Shane Anthony and in case the blue clicky thinger didn't work... that's Shane Anthony.
Check him out:)


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: hesperis
Date: 05 Mar 05 - 02:39 PM

The jazz guys I was thinking of are the Blue Monks. I know the piano player and he's really good, and although I haven't heard the full trio I'd expect them to be really good too. They do gig in the area, but haven't gone national or anything. So I'd say they're definitely below the Canadian Radar. :)

Jen - you can reach the piano player, Will Davis, at 326-8676, tell him Chagall sent you.


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: Bob the Postman
Date: 16 Mar 05 - 06:36 PM

42, I hope you notice this. Starting Friday and running for about a week is a series of broadcasts of emerging Canadian acoustic acts on campus/community radio stations and also streaming live on the Web. More info here
At this link you can hear the demos of one hundred Canadian acoustic acts


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Subject: RE: Below the Canadian radar
From: 42
Date: 16 Mar 05 - 11:13 PM

Thanks bob...I did notice! The sheer volume of Canadian talent stuns me...without a doubt.

I met the D Rangers when one of them fell asleep under my car many moons ago. What amazing potential. Thanks for the links.., makes me want to make a gutbucket!

jen


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