The Ruckus

#15 - Saskatchewhat?!: The Music of Saskatchewan (Part 1)

| April 10, 2009

Podcast




Artist: www.kevinmcgowan.ca
Title: The Ruckus Episode 15
Album: Part of the Rabble Podcast Network (www.rabble.ca)
Genre: Other
Length: 0:23:33
Format: 44.1kHz, 256Kbps

Show Notes:

#15 - Saskatchewhat?!: The Music of Saskatchewan (Part 1)

Part 1 of 3 in our series about the great music of Saskatchewan.

(0:00 - 3:19) Introduction, Lorena Kelly from Sask Music shows us some Saskatchewan 'tude.

(3:20 - 6:31) Arms Up - Anna Please (single, released in 2007)

(6:32 - 16:10) I chat with Lorena Kelly from Sask Music about how they try to promote their province's art and music across Canada and around the world.

(16:11 - 19:41) Volcanoless in Canada - Drown With The Rest of Them (single, from 2007)

(19:42 - 21:04) Kevin chats about Stu Davis (1921 - 2007)

(21:05 - 23:33) Stu Davis - I Still do (from his 1956 album, Stu Davis Invites You to Saddle Your Worries to a Song)

Sask Music: http://www.saskrecording.ca/

Lorena Kelly: http://www.saskrecording.ca/artists/lorenakelly/

Arms Up: http://www.myspace.com/armsup

Volcanoless in Canada: http://www.volcanolessincanada.com/

Stu Davis: http://www.itcamefromcanada.com/post/2008/11/21/Stu-Davis.aspx

The Ruckus: http://www.kevinmcgowan.ca

Now, onward to part 2!!

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