Conveyor Canada released the infamous and celebrated Klaatu album 3:47 E.S.T. in Canada last Friday. Owner Peter Piasecki weighs in about his own love affair with the album, and plugs a few new releases he has licenced from the vaults.
Does it really matter when you add new music, or how much you play? Or is there something larger at play?
There is nothing simple about the Klaatu story, then or now as you will find in reading today's letters. Still unwritten is how Capitol in the UK intentionally ignored the first album, uncomfortable in the knowledge that the real Beatles were signed to the label.
Perry Goldberg writes in to set the record straight about Klaatu, John Parikhal suggests David Farrell's editorial about Adele and music streaming is all hooey, and Carol Ann Murray gives 'thumbs up' to the same story.
Aren’t listeners over 35 pretty much the only demos that are still into radio? Teens and 20’s checked out in mass years ago. Maybe it’s not so hard to grab older listeners, too...
Famed record producer Terry Brown talks about working with The Troggs, the Who, and other celebrity acts in the studio.
The election campaign and who won, the Blue Jays, terrorist attacks in Paris, and Syrian Refugees....These were hot, hot, hot button issues tailor made for talk radio...
Before Netflix, before Blockbuster, there were neighbourhood movie rental stores staffed by people who dazzled customers with newfound discoveries and undiscovered gems. Bill King walks down memory lane to the dinosaur days of VHS and the video disc.
The Daily Show's new host, Trevor Noah, on being black in America.
It has been a long and winding career path for former Staggered Crossing frontman Julian Taylor and he's learned a few important lessons along the way. He shares a few of them with Jason Schneider on the eve of launching his newest effort, Desert Star, at The Horseshoe Tavern on Saturday night.
Has popular music been co-opted by brands, sex and nihilism? Is there hope that a new generation of firecrackers will shake the populace from a state of torpid denial and make pop culture relevant again?
It has been 20 years since Colin and John-Angus MacDonald and Jack Syperek started playing together in Antigonish, NS. John-Angus looks back and into the future with Jason Schneider in today's feature.