CaneFire is a riot of music incorporating Carib and Latin rhytms that classically trained Ledbetter absorbed from his travels through Trinidad, Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Brazil.
A Conversation With…
A Conversation With…
Annually, 17,000 to 20,000 people attend at least one of Country Music Week’s twenty-five plus events, generating over 300 million media impressions.
Standard Broadcasting sold its radio and TV assets to Astral Media in 2007. Since then, Gary Slaight has divided his time between being a white knight through the family trust, sitting on various not-for-profit boards, and developing Canadian talent incubator, Slaight Music. He sat with Bill King recently to discuss a range of topics. It's a conversation peppered with candor and insights, and it illuminates a complex man with a heart full of soul.
Saidah Baba Talibah has a rep as being a tough act to follow on stage. The daughter of Salome Bey has changed her name, is involved in a new musical and talks about her past, her future and family roots with Bill King.
Bill King's longtime friend and bandstand partner drummer Archie Alleyne passed away earlier last month at age 82. It was his dream to have his own band playing his own music one day. That dream came true when Arch was 72 and it was then that the following Conversation took place.
Colina Phillips, Sharon Lee Williams and Shawne Jackson were 'The sound of Toronto' for a couple of decades. These three ladies sang both the leads and backgrounds on 90 percent of the commercials you heard on radio and television through the 70s, 80s and 90s. Bill King takes us back to yesterday in this week's featured 'A Conversation with...'
David Wilcox sits with Bill King for a wide ranging discussion about his life, his mentors and his love of guitars.
Richard Margison, Valerie Kuinka and Lauren Margison: A family with big music history and even greater talent.
Co-founder of Montreal's internationally renowned jazz festival shares some stories about the musicians that have performed over the years.
Pat Taylor is the face of the Toronto Jazz Festival. He has been running the show for 30 years and he tells some funny stories.
Bill King catches up with St. John's Kim Stockwood famously known for her hit song, "Jerk", and one of the East Coast Music Awards' most nominated artists. Once part of the radio morning show team on EZ Rock Toronto, she discusses life, her passions, and music.