A Conversation With…

A Conversation With…

January 31, 2020
by Bill King

When hang time with Robert (Bob) Segarini presents itself – get in line.

January 24, 2020
by Bill King

This creative renaissance man excels as a visual artist, musician, and singer/songwriter. In this far-reaching chat, he discusses his artistic approach, parenthood, Maestro Fresh-Wes, the Queen Street West scene, a fascination with Pierre Trudeau's love life, and much more.

January 17, 2020
by Bill King

In another age, CHUM Radio was godlike. Its contests brought jammed Bell phone lines and caused mayhem, its hit parade chart was practically a bible, its DJs were like demigods and its ringmaster was the legendary J. Robert Wood.

Photo: Lisa Mcintosh
January 9, 2020
by Bill King

Theresa Tova - Actress, activist, musician, singer, playwright, and the current president of the Toronto branch of ACTRA. 

Photo: Bill King
January 3, 2020
by Bill King

The Toronto music scribe turned photographer now does A-list set work in the US while also reprising his work from the glory days of the rock scene. This extensive interview chronicles his journey.

December 13, 2019
by Bill King

Some careers and lifetimes are exhausting.  How much can one cram into a day and walk away wearing a big smile?

Pic by Bill King
December 6, 2019
by Bill King

You’re standing in a hallway with musicians caught in three lanes of traffic – it’s an event, a seminar, an awards ceremony, a happening of note an

Matt Mays  Photo: Lisa Mcintosh
November 22, 2019
by Bill King

The beauty of photography as it relates to music is the many notes that are sounded in an image.

November 15, 2019
by Bill King

The award-winning veteran engineer looks back on favourite recording sessions, a novel concept for a Blue Rodeo hit album, the only time he missed a gig, his worst clients, and the joys of educating.

Chuck D (l) with Errol Nazareth
November 8, 2019
by Bill King

The veteran Toronto music journalist and radio host reflects upon a fascinating career, musically formative years in England, a long friendship with Chuck D (pictured), and the eclecticism of his CBC show.

Photo: Laura Bombier
October 4, 2019
by Bill King

Best known for his hit TV show Survivorman, he is also an accomplished singer/songwriter and harmonica player. In this wide-ranging chat, he talks about his new record, Mother Earth, jamming with James Cotton, his admiration for Greta Thunberg, environmental activism, and love of Bob Dylan and Joan Baez.

September 27, 2019
by Bill King

Before Alex Cuba arrived I recalled my first encounter nearly twenty years back with The Puentes Brothers.