Musicians’ FAQ

Hi! I’m Steve Todd, and you’re listening to show logoMusicians’ FAQ, a program focused on musicians entertaining you around Waterloo region. We’re featuring your favourite local singer, guitar player, or drummer, learning how they got started, influences, funny stories about the past gigs and upcoming performances. You’ll also hear some great recordings of their work. In addition, you’ll be learning about others in the music industry that are helping to maintain the vibrant music scene.

Musicians’ FAQ airs on Monday from 10:00am to 11:00am.

Check out my YouTube page with videos of past episodes.

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Oct. 14, 2019

  1. Led Zeppelin, Dancing Days
  2. Jethro Tull, Reasons For Waiting
  3. Bad Company, Evil Wind
  4. The Rolling Stones, Down In The Hole
  5. The Beatles, Fixing A Hole
  6. Deep Purple, Sun Goes Down
  7. Ian Hunter, We Gotta Get Out Of Here
  8. Black Sabbath, Warning
  9. The Who, Behind Blue Eyes
  10. Yes, Machine Messiah
  11. Tommy Bolin, Post Toastee
  12. David Bowie, Drive In Saturday
  13. AC/DC, If You Dare
  14. Blue Oyster Cult, Black Blade
  15. Thin Lizzy, The Rocker
  16. Traffic, Evening Blue
  17. U2, Bullet The Blue Sky
  18. UFO, Out In The Street
  19. Joe Cocker, Midnight Rider
  20. J. Geils Band, Till The Walls Come Tumblin’ Down
  21. Pink Floyd, Dogs

AW@L Radio – 2019-10-04 – Continued Violent Attacks on A Kitchener Tent City

This episode features a press release from the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs demanding a CGL stop work in their territory. The remainder of the show is a discussion with Julian Ichim and Jamie on the recent attacks on tent cities in Waterloo Region as well as the opioid poisoning epidemic.

To listen to the full episode click here.

 

Today’s show starts with a quick notice about the Friends of CKMS fundraiser (radiowaterloo.ca/give), then goes into a press release from the hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en who called for an immediate stop work order of for the coastal gas link project, due to the continued destruction of cultural heritage sites.

The rest of the episode is a discussion with Julian Ichim and Jamie on the epidemic of violence facing street involved folks ranging from the opioid and drug poising crisis and the links with homelessness and social based solutions.

Julian reports that the tent city they have been helping to organise was again attacked by reactionary hooligans on the night of October 2nd while a workshop was taking place at the site. Approximately 12 goons, armed with bats and knives destroyed several tents and assaulted many of the people living in the tent city, with 2 residents ending up in the hospital.  Since the assailants did not war masks, Julian was able to confirm the identity one of the attackers as local nationalist (nazi) party member gordon stewart (who is friends on facebook with white supremacist josh peyton of kitchener who is the legal surety of violent homophobe chris vanderwiede). This is the confluence of anti-anti poverty activists and anti-anti-fascists.

also noted in the show is that after years of activism from residents and Julian’s efforts, and years of delay from government, a safe consumption site will soon be open across from city hall in kitchener.
we also note that police budget goes up by millions every year (>160 million $ now) which has a significant negative impact on the ability to fund social issues.

Links:
Radio Waterloo Fundraising drive: http://radiowaterloo.ca/give

Links for Wet’suwet’en resistance:

Wet’suwet’en press release calling for stop work order against CGL: http://www.wetsuweten.com/media-centre/news/for-immediate-release-wetsuweten-hereditary-chiefs-demand-coastal-gaslink-cease-work

http://www.wetsuweten.com/files/Oct._4,_2019_CGL.pdf

Unist’ot’en resistance camp: http://unistoten.camp/

Links to Julian’s webpage:

https://julianichim.wordpress.com

Public meeting on lessons from Tent City and presentation to City Council a Success

Show Link: https://archive.org/download/unknown20191004julianichimupdatesonattacksonakitchenertentcity/unknown-2019-10-04-Julian%20Ichim%20updates%20on%20attacks%20on%20a%20Kitchener%20tent%20city-173kbps.mp3

The book about my idle plot on a vague anxiety – Toe

Last weekend on Mano A Mano – Concept Album we feature a few great albums. This album was suggested to us by Dylan Francis of 3 nines tape radio. We played the entire Toe debut album “The book about my idle plot on a vague anxiety”. If you haven’t heard this Japanese band before check them out at the podcast below!

If you have an album that you be added to the mosaic contact us on twitter or instagram: @mamradio

 

Into the Void – October 11th 2019

Tonight is the seventh show in a series that will focus on  specific instruments. This week will feature songs with moody Vibraphones!!!

My show also replays on Sundays at 6:30pm

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Check out my music at www.deafbydesign.ca

See you in the Void!

Denim Radio Episode 180! 2019 CKMS Funding Drive set! Guest DJ Hyper Kid and B2B DJ Denim!!!

Denim Radio Episode 180 LIVE in studio tonight!

Denim Radio Ep. 180

Ep. 180 features a local guest DJ Hyper Kid coming in to hold down a Hype set while we promote the CKMS 2019 Funding Drive!!! If you like the set and its’ getting you hype donate to community radio of Waterloo today!
100% of donations going to your non for profit community radio station!

Denim Radio 8-9 PM
DJ Hyper Kid 8-8:30 PM
Hyper Kid B2B Denim 8:30-9 PM

Requests tracks for any amount donation! 519-884-2567

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Oct. 7, 2019

1. Madness, One Step Beyond
2. Lou Reed, White Light/White Heat (live)
3. Stevie Wonder, Maybe Your Baby
4. Bonnie Raitt, Shadow Of Doubt
5. Spooky Tooth, Hangman Hang My Shell On A Tree
6. Rare Earth, Hey Big Brother
7. Electric Light Orchestra, Mr. Radio
8. Kris Kristofferson, To Beat The Devil
9. Ronnie Wood/Rod Stewart, You Strum And I’ll Sing
10. The Rolling Stones, Soul Survivor
11. The Outlaws, Green Grass And High Tides
12. Santana, Taboo
13. Rush, The Necromancer
14. Warren Zevon, Gorilla,You’re A Desperado
15. Janis Joplin, Half Moon
16. Black Sabbath, Junior’s Eyes
17. The Beatles, Good Morning Good Morning
18. MC5, The Human Being Lawnmower
19. Deep Purple, Flight Of The Rat
20. Bachman-Turner Overdrive, It’s Over

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Noctourniquet – The Mars Volta

Last night on Mano A Mano – Concept Album we feature a few great albums. The first of which is pure perfection in an album! Check out the podcast below for The Mars Volta’s Noctourniquet.

If you have an album that you be added to the mosaic contact us on twitter or instagram: @mamradio

 

Into the Void – October 4th 2019

Tonight is the sixth show in a series that will focus on  specific instruments. This week will feature songs with killer Strings!!!

My show also replays on Sundays at 6:30pm

All my past episodes available in Hi Fidelity

Past Episodes

or Subscribe to my podcast feed to receive my show as soon as I upload it!

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Check out my music at www.deafbydesign.ca

See you in the Void!

Rebel Time Radio – October 2, 2019

  1. Subhumans – Terrorist In Waiting
  2. Fea – Mujer Moderna
  3. Laager – Knife or Death
  4. Bad Egg – Gatecreep
  5. Broadcast Zero – Wake Me Up
  6. Broadcast Zero – Same Old Story
  7. Broadcast Zero – I Don’t Care
  8. Broadcast Zero – Personal Overload
  9. Broadcast Zero – Just Like Me
  10. Broadcast Zero – Battle On
  11. Maldita – Sonria
  12. Naked Aggression – Break Free
  13. Resist – Another Day in Paradise
  14. SHITRAT – Blackout
  15. The Adicts – Fucked Up World
  16. War on Women – Silence is the Gift
  17. T.S.O.L. – Abolish Government/Silent Majority
  18. The Selecter – Train to Skaville

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 30, 2019

1. Queen, We Will Rock You (fast version from Live Killers)
2. Paul McCartney/Wings, Rockestra Theme
3. Paul McCartney/Wings, Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five
4. Frank Zappa, The Torture Never Stops (not at all about hockey but dedicating it to the never-ending soap opera around who will be the Toronto Maple Leafs’ captain. Name one, or not, already – maybe they finally have?)
5. Led Zeppelin, The Rover
6. The Rolling Stones, Worried About You
7. Roger Waters, What God Wants, Part I
8. Klaatu, Anus Of Uranus
9. Tony Joe White, Rainy Night In Georgia
10. Deep Purple, Dealer
11. Blind Willie Johnson, Nobody’s Fault But Mine
12. The Who, Another Tricky Day
13. Billie Holiday, I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me
14. Joe Jackson, San Francisco Fan
15. Link Wray, The Shadow Knows
16. The Kingsmen, Killer Joe
17. Styx, Miss America
18. Elton John, Amy
19. Jethro Tull, Play In Time
20. Robert Plant, Hey Jayne
21. Jimi Hendrix, Killing Floor, (live at Monterey)
22. The Allman Brothers Band, High Cost Of Low Living
23. Tedeschi Trucks Band, Keep On Growing (live)

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Andrea Munk & Malcolm Smith

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Andrea Munk, originally from Toronto is a breast cancer survivor and the owner of Cedar Lily Bra Boutique @cedarlilybraboutique in Guelph, which is located inside a women’s clothing store, Yolanda’s Fashion Boutique.  Andrea shares her journey as a mother fighting Stage 3 breast cancer while staying focused on starting her own business. When Andrea first became a mother, she could not find the right bra no matter where she looked. So she came up with the idea of converting a regular bra into a nursing bra with easy-to-use magnetic clasps and began Simply Nursing Bras. Learning from the women that were coming to see her, she discovered that what they really needed was someone to help them find a comfortable bra that fit them well. So, that is when the idea of Cedar Lily Bra Boutique began. And, to be able to help more women, Andrea now does fittings for everyone and converts the bras into nursing bras and also mastectomy bras as needed.

Malcolm Smith is a letter-carrier delivering mail for Canada Post in Waterloo. At fifteen, in grade nine Malcolm was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. He has been living with this very manageable disease for the past twelve and a half years. It taxes his life at specific times, especially the mornings, but he also believes it has taught him a lot. He never pursued a job in the Health & Fitness, a diploma he completed in 2012. After graduating and receiving regular work at Canada Post, he landed a permanent part-time position, which meant decent health benefits. He now uses the knowledge and training he learned from the program to help him. As a letter-carrier he now walks many kilometers, takes the stairs, walks up hills and the occasional dog chase gets his heart racing. He even ran the Harvest Half Marathon this month which is the first time running more than 10KM

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Into the Void September 27th 2019

Tonight’s show will feature some of my favourite songs of all time, no particular theme. Just lay back and the ear worms do their thing!

My show also replays on Sundays at 6:30pm

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Check out my music at www.deafbydesign.ca

See you in the Void!

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 23, 2019

1. Eric Clapton, The Core
2. Chicago, Fancy Colours
3. Led Zeppelin, What Is And What Should Never Be
4. Jethro Tull, Back To The Family
5. The Doobie Brothers, I Cheat The Hangman
6. The Rolling Stones, Tops
7. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Was I Right Or Wrong?
8. Jimi Hendrix, Blue Suede Shoes (live from Hendrix In The West)
9. Donald Fagen, I.G.Y. (International Geophysical Year/What A Beautiful World)
10. The Monkees, Zilch/No Time
11. U2, The Electric Co.
12. The John Barry Orchestra, James Bond Theme
13. Johnny Rivers, Secret Agent Man
14. Shirley Bassey, Goldfinger
15. Rush, Virtuality
16. Steve Winwood, Spanish Dancer
17. Little Feat, The Blues Don’t Tell It All
18. Pat Benatar, Rated X
19. David Bowie, Fascination
20. The Band, Don’t Do It (live)
21. Taste, Catfish
22. Deep Purple, Lucille (live, from ‘The Encores’ bonus CD; reissue of Made In Japan)

Technetronic Tyranny

Here is the FINAL Robot Apocalypse series podcast “Technetronic Tyranny” featuring the music of Ulysses Coppard including his solo project Ulysses and his band SMASH BOOM POW, Chelsea McBride including Socialist Night School, and the Chelsea McBride group and some Brad Weber with his projects Pick a Piper and Coy Haste.

 

Ivy Friedman & Steve Singer

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A wonderful and an important conversation with Ivy Friedman & Steve Singer speaking everything about the importance of building strong communities, the ongoing urbanization and isolation. They shared the work they have been doing and strategies and suggestions for building communities in the neighborhoods. From how to engage and encourage community involvement and participation to the importance of volunteers within communities and having younger generations involved to lead.

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Into the Void – September 20th 2019

Tonight is the fifth show in a series that will focus on a specific instrument. This week will feature songs with killer Drums!!!

My show also replays on Sundays at 6:30pm

All my past episodes available in Hi Fidelity

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or Subscribe to my podcast feed to receive my show as soon as I upload it!

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Check out my music at www.deafbydesign.ca

See you in the Void!

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 16, 2019

1. Ministry, N.W.O.
2. Slayer, Seasons In The Abyss
3. Iron Maiden, Phantom Of The Opera
4. The Rolling Stones, Dirty Work
5. Robin Trower, Freefall
6. Elton John, Burn Down The Mission
7. The Who, Ball And Chain(single from new album “Who’ due out Nov. 22, 2019)
8. Scorpions, We’ll Burn The Sky
9. Manfred Mann”s Earth Band, On The Run
10. Wishbone Ash, Handy
11. Fairport Convention, Matty Groves
12. Chris Rea, The Road To Hell
13. Peter Wolf, Nothing But The Wheel
14. War, Galaxy (single version)
15. Golden Earring, Vanilla Queen
16. Eric Clapton, Driftin’ Blues (live)
17. King Crimson, Islands

Gary Diggins & Dr. Arla Kasaj

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Sat down with the amazing Gary Diggins. Gary has worked for over three decades as an expressive arts therapist. His work combines counselling, mindful practices, and music as medicine. As an educator, Gary teaches in the expressive arts department of Fleming College and he lectures at various learning institutes, including Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Gary’s current publication is entitled Tuning the Eardrums – Listening as a Mindful Practice. The content of Gary’s work has been shared in communities affected by conflict in both Africa and Israel . At home, Gary has supported autistic clients at Toronto Geneva Centre, cancer patients at sick kids hospital and addiction recovery groups. In addition to Gary’s therapeutic practice, he continues to perform Internationally as a cornet player and multi-instrumentalist artist. He plays a range of acoustic instruments from around the world. Combining ancient sounds with modern music, the airwaves become a canvas for imaginative soundscapes. Gary has appeared on dozens of recordings and composed for three films. His musical collaborations have taken him to India, Israel, Europe, and throughout North America. Gary has collaborated with artistic organizations ranging from Cirque Du Soleil to Canadian composer, R. Murray Schaffer. Gary is a co-owner of an arts space in Guelph that houses Silence, a not-for-profit collaborative devoted to new music. His personal sound sanctuary and therapeutic studio is based in this downtown facility.

Dr. Arla Kasaj practices as a Naturopathic Doctor and Registered Acupuncturist at Belmont Natural Health Centre.
Dr. Arla has experience with treating a variety of conditions that are encountered in a family practice including heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, digestive concerns, and hormonal imbalance. She has a special interest in assisting patients with weight loss and establishing a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Her background in Kinesiology and sport therapy has allowed Dr. Arla to provide very effective treatments for pain management and rehabilitation from sport and workplace injuries. She prefers to use a variety of Naturopathic modalities when treating her patients including but not limited to nutritional and lifestyle counseling, botanical medicine, acupuncture, homeopathy, and hydrotherapy. Dr. Arla is also an NAET (Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique) practitioner with extensive experience in the treatment of allergy and sensitivity related illness. In addition, Dr. Arla has been trained by Dr. Sat Dharam Kaur ND to provide advanced care for breast health especially for patients who are at higher risk or who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Recently, Dr. Arla has added cosmetic acupuncture treatments to her practice as a great option for patients with dermatological concerns including acne, rosacea, skin discoloration, and aging.

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Into the Void – FRIDAY !!!September 13 2019

Tonight the show is co hosted by Megan and we are going to feature songs that fit on Friday the 13th!

My show also replays on Sundays at 6:30pm

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See you in the Void!

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