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

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

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!

https://radiowaterloo.ca/category/shows/into-the-void/feed

Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/deafby

Check out my music at www.deafbydesign.ca

See you in the Void!

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 9, 2019

  1. Ten Years After, 50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain (live)
  2. The Rolling Stones, It’s Not Easy
  3. Neil Young, Oh, Lonesome Me
  4. The Beatles, One After 909
  5. Joni Mitchell, Blue
  6. Taj Mahal, Corinna
  1. Black Sabbath, A National Acrobat
  2. Deep Purple, Child In Time
  3. Pink Floyd, Embryo
  4. Rush, Cygnus X-1
  5. Rush, Cygnus X-1, Book 2
  6. Bad Company, Lonely For Your Love
  7. Blue Oyster Cult, Divine Wind
  8. Jethro Tull, Rover
  9. Grand Funk Railroad, Feelin’ Alright
  10. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Century City
  11. Bruce Springsteen, Candy’s Room
  12. The Black Crowes, Remedy
  13. Junkhouse, Caves
  14. Judas Priest, Fight For Your Life

Training

Bob Jonkman, Yenny Stronge, and DJ JD in the control room
Bob Jonkman, Yenny Stronge, and DJ JD in the control room
Training is the program during which new DJs learn all about the studio, microphones, mixing board, video console, Airtime program scheduler, and everything else they need to know to host a radio show.

The show could be full of experimentation, interesting results, odd snippets of conversation, and even some dead air. But the results are polished DJs, who will bring you lots of exciting programming the rest of the week!

Would you like to get training as a radio DJ? All it takes is a Radio Waterloo membership — join up at https://radiowaterloo.ca/join and you could join our Technical Committee to learn more about running a radio station, or our Programming Committee to determine what goes on the schedule, or sign up to start a new show!

Training airs every other Sunday from 8:30pm to 9:30pm.

Faith Deficit

show logoFaith Deficit with Josh Bowman is a weekly program that explores individual stories of faith in an increasingly secular world. We speak with artists, musicians, faith leaders, comedians, writers, politicians, and business leaders to unveil what we’re never supposed to speak about in public: our spiritual beliefs – or lack thereof. The show will feature interviews, personal essays, and discussion around faith, philosophy, life, ageing, and living with kindness in a difficult world.

About Josh

Josh Bowman is a blogger, fundraiser, and comedian who has consulted and worked in Vancouver, Toronto, New York, and now Kitchener-Waterloo. Josh has raised millions of dollars for arts organizations, humanitarian and environmental charities, and universities.

Josh writes for the Huffington Post and the Good Men Project, and has been published online at Forbes.com, 101 Fundraising, People and Chairs, and a variety of other blogs. He was a featured speaker at the Queen’s Media and Journalism Conference (QMJC) and has interviewed Kyle Dunnigan, Ian Edwards, former mayor David Miller, Don Ferguson, Bani Dugal, and more.

Josh is still finding his own spiritual path with the help of his English Bulldog Molly.

Faith Deficit airs on Sunay from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.

Chaotic Entrance

Here is the Robot Apocalypse series podcast “Chaotic Entrance” featuring the music of Ulysses Coppard including his solo project Ulysses and his band SMASH BOOM POW.

 

Maria Brennan & Lindsay Ford

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Maria Brennan spoke about her journey of becoming an Occupational Therapist at CBI Kitchener Victoria. Originally from St. John’s, NL and moved to Waterloo in February 2017, Maria describes her career and life journey as one that has taken her all over the map and ultimately away from home. She shared her knowledge and expertise on CONCUSSIONS and how it impacts lives. Maria loves what she does and looks forward to opportunities to share how she got to this point of helping people of all walks of life get back to living through her work at CBI.

Lindsay Ford @lindsaythinkfeeldecide is a parenting coach, certified in Positive Discipline, who helps struggling parents build cooperation in their young children and restore peace back into their home. She teaches parents to see the emotions under the misbehavior and identify effective strategies that fit their family. She helps parents overcome hitting, biting, tantrums, picky eating, not listening, struggles getting out the door or into bed, strong-willed temperaments, name calling, and anything causing conflict and tension. She shared some wonderful tips and ideas for back to school week. 

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Into the Void – Sept 6th 2019

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

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!

https://radiowaterloo.ca/category/shows/into-the-void/feed

Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/deafby

Check out my music at www.deafbydesign.ca

See you in the Void!

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 2, 2019

1. Rush, Working Man
2. Supertramp, School
3. The Rolling Stones, Turd On The Run
4. The Grateful Dead, Viola Lee Blues
5. Grand Funk Railroad, Sin’s A Good Man’s Brother
6. Whitesnake, Blindman
7. Fleetwood Mac, Station Man
8. Peter Green, Loser Two Times
9. Bob Welch, Hot Love, Cold World
10. The Band, The Rumor
11. The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, The Faith Healer
12. The Beach Boys, You Need A Mess Of Help To Stand Alone
13. Heart, White Lightning & Wine
14. Dr. Hook, Sylvia’s Mother
15. Peter Gabriel, Intruder
16. Marianne Faithfull, Witches’ Song
17. Flash And The Pan, Welcome To The Universe
18. Cream, Anyone For Tennis
19. Jose Feliciano, Walk Right In
20. Foghat, Take It Or Leave It
21. J. Geils Band, Serves You Right To Suffer (live)

Dr Jodi Rosner , Leya Oommen & Ellen Brisley

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Dr. Jodi Rosner, an assistant professor with McMaster University. Her practice is quite diverse, she has an outpatient office where she sees a wide variety of patients. At Grand River Hospital she is one of the pediatrician part of POGO (Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario) where she cares for the children of KW with cancer. In addition, Dr. Rosner has a pediatric diabetic clinic.
Inspired by the children with cancer who she cared for, some of them who have lost their battle to cancer, she took her love and hobby of running and turned it into a charity. She founded Kitchener kids with Cancer Run/Walk which raises money for our local children with cancer (through POGO).
Dr. Jodi Rosner shared the stories of real people, the survivors of cancer, the struggles and challenges families go through and how raising money for this event has helped to financially support the families and fund further research. It is also an event that has allowed families to honour the angels who have lost their battle to cancer.

Inspired by the worst floods in the state of Kerala, India in over a century, a pair of 14-year-old girls from #KW created an app to help with disaster aid, resulting in them winning a North American competition.
Leya Oommen and classmate Ellen Brisley, who coined themselves ‘String Theorists,’ developed AID as part of a pitch for the Technovation competition, where they were named the junior winners of the North American regional semifinals. They are the regional winners in each division, beating 38 other teams in the North American semifinals.

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Into the Void – Aug 30th 2019

Tonight is the third show in a series that will focus on a specific instrument. This week will feature songs with killer Bass Guitar

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!

https://radiowaterloo.ca/category/shows/into-the-void/feed

Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/deafby

Check out my music at www.deafbydesign.ca

See you in the Void!

Rebel Time Radio – August 28, 2019

  1. T.S.O.L. – Sounds of Laughter
  2. The Adicts – Fucked Up World
  3. The Bus Station Loonies – Everyday Bullshit
  4. Toxic Reasons – Party’s Over
  5. Subhumans – All Gone Dead
  6. Fea – Dead End
  7. Brutal Youth – The King
  8. Flux of Pink Indians – Sick Butchers
  9. MDC – Chicken Squawk
  10. Propagandhi – Human[e] Meat [The Flensing of Sandor Katz]
  11. Conflict – Meat Still Means Murder
  12. Gogol Bordello – Immigraniada (We’re Coming Rougher)
  13. Star Fucking Hipsters – Immigrants & Hypocrites
  14. LILIM – Horrorshow
  15. The Rebel Spell – Pride and Prejudice
  16. CRASS – Mother Earth
  17. The Mentally Ill – Gacy’s Place
  18. The Misfits – Saturday Night

Phase Shifter

Here is the Robot Apocalypse series podcast “Phase Shifter” featuring the music of Chelsea McBride including:
Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School, The Chelsea McBride Group, Chelsea and the Cityscape, The Koopa Troop Band

and Hot Hot Heat track in there too for full representation of collaborators!

 

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Aug. 26, 2019

1. Chicago, Introduction
2. Lou Reed, Rock ‘n’ Roll (live, from Rock N Roll Animal)
3. The Stampeders, Playin’ In The Band
4. Joe Walsh, County Fair
5. The Rolling Stones, Time Waits For No One
6. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, The Damage You’ve Done (alternate take from the box set An American Treasure; originally released on Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough), 1987)
7. Led Zeppelin, In The Light
8. Steppenwolf,  Move Over
9. Blood, Sweat & Tears, Lucretia MacEvil (album version from BS & T 3)
10. Dusty Springfield, Wishin’ And Hopin’
11. AC/DC, Squealer
12. Bob Dylan, Man In The Long Black Coat
13. Bad Company, Silver, Blue & Gold
14. Wilson Pickett (featuring Duane Allman guitar), Hey Jude
15. Steely Dan, Night By Night
16. Bruce Springsteen, Darkness On The Edge Of Town
17. The Monkees, Words
18. The Kinks, 20th Century Man
19. Stray, All In Your Mind
20. John Mayall, Fly Tomorrow

CKMS Community Connections for 26 August 2019 with Terry Helm, Vernon LeCraw, and Bobcat Bartolo

Show Notes for both segments are in progress! Check this page again (and again) for updates!

Show Notes

Terry Helm at the microphone
Terry Helm

Terry Helm, DCHC and OneROOF

My sincere apologies to Terry for calling him “Trevor” during the show.
–Bob.

The interview with Terry Helm starts at 0h09m30s.

Terry is producing a benefit concert for OneROOF Youth Services.

Find Terry and Death Crew Hard Core at:
Twitter: @DCHC519
Facebook: DCHC Death Crew Hard Core

Terry’s band is Back Breaker

Upcoming gigs:


Poster for DCHC – Fight For The Youth – Fight For The Future

The Concert:

What: Benefit Show In Loving Memory Of Cody Andrews
When: 7 September 2019 from 2:00pm to 1:00am
Where: Harmony Lunch
Location: 90 King Street North, Waterloo, Ontario Map 1


Binoculars and Vernon LeCraw

Vernon LeCraw from Binoculars calls in at 0h31m59s.

Upcoming gigs:

  • Sat, 7 Sep 2019, 2pm — 1am: Harmony Lunch, 90 King St. N., Waterloo. Benefit for OneROOF


Bobcat Bartolo
Sarah Tonin

Bobcat Bartolo and the Liberation

Bobcat Bartolo is headlining and producing A Day of Peace concert at the Rhythm & Brews Brewing Company in Cambridge Map 2

Bobcat Online:
Facebook: Bobcat Bartolo
Twitter: @BobcatBartolo
ReverbNation: Bobcat Bartolo & the Liberation

Upcoming Gigs:

Music List

  • 0h00m25s: Intravenous FlytrapAlienatör
  • 0h02m24s: Blinders — Binoculars
  • 0h06m06s: Harm’s Way — Binoculars
  • 0h24m28s: LRH — Alienatör
  • 0h26m24s: Wish We Were You — Binoculars
  • 0h28m34s: Gather Wood — Binoculars
  • 0h47m16s: Car CrashEddy Match and the Strikes
  • 0h48m39s: BougerKoopsala
  • 0h54m55s: Day — Binoculars
  • 0h56m38s: Moments — Binoculars
  • 1h00m30s: I’m OKBobcat Bartolo
  • 1h18m29s: I’s The B’y — Bobcat Bartolo
  • 1h28m55s: Light Of Mine — Bobcat Bartolo
  • 1h43m10s: Garden of GreedKirstin Corbett with Bobcat Bartolo
  • 1h54m03s: Sweet Sarah Tonin — Bobcat Bartolo

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2019-08-26.mp3 (167 MiBytes, 2h00m55s, episode 22)

CKMS Community Connections airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 every Monday from 10:00am to Noon.

Got music, spoken word, or other interesting stuff? Let us know at office@radiowaterloo.ca or leave a comment on our “About” page.

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 26 August 2019

Photo Gallery

…Coming soon…

Show notes and podcast interview content is Copyright © 2019 by the participants, and released under a CC BYCreative Commons Attribution Only license. Attribution to Radio Waterloo. Music selections are copyright by the respective rights holders.

Natasha McKenty & Joanna Rickert-Hall

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Natasha McKenty, has been a Daytime Reporter/Guest Host and Television Host on Rogers TV. As the host of an urban magazine show, IN STUDIO, feature writer for 570’s Kitchener Today and Public Relations consultant Natasha McKenty has a thirst for devouring all that her community has to offer.  Her experience as a producer, journalist, writer, mother, and communicator propelled her to find her calling: public relations. Her decision to go back to school was driven by her desire to pursue her dreams of becoming an expert writer and communicator.

Joanna Rickert-Hall is a social historian whose research interests focus mainly on Waterloo County, its people and their little known stories that include Black history, local Indigenous history and even more supernatural themes. Passionate about sharing the past with new audiences, Joanna has developed (and taught) courses in local history at Conestoga College and Wilfrid Laurier University. In honour of her contributions in this area, she received the 2015 Jean Steckley Award for “Excellence in Heritage Education” from the Waterloo Regional Heritage Foundation.
Most recently, Joanna has written a new book entitled “Waterloo You Never Knew: Life On The Margins” (which was just released in June of 2019 by Dundurn Press @dundurnpress .It is available through all of the normal online channels like Amazon, Indigo and even locally at Wordsworth Books @wordsworthbooks in Uptown Waterloo).

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Into the Void – Aug 23rd 2019

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

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!

https://radiowaterloo.ca/category/shows/into-the-void/feed

Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/deafby

Check out my music at www.deafbydesign.ca

See you in the Void!

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Aug. 19, 2019

  1. The Rolling Stones, Jigsaw Puzzle
  2. The Beatles, Lovely Rita
  3. Deep Purple, Comin’ Home
  4. Led Zeppelin, Out On The Tiles
  5. Jethro Tull, No Lullaby
  6. The Kinks, Add It Up
  7. AC/DC, Heatseeker
  8. Bob Dylan, Joey
  9. Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention, Help, I’m A Rock
  10. Van Morrison, Help Me (live)
  11. Gov’t Mule, Soulshine (live)
  12. The Guess Who, Bus Rider
  13. Jimi Hendrix, Ezy Rider
  14. The Allman Brothers Band, Midnight Rider (live)
  15. Dire Straits, Ride Across The River
  16. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Floyd
  17. Fleetwood Mac, Doctor Brown
  18. Soft Machine, Hazard Profile Part 1
  19. Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Wall Of Denial
  20. Pink Floyd, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
  21. David Bowie, All The Madmen
  22. The Who, Cry If You Want

CKMS Community Connections for 19 August 2019 with The Boys And I


The Boys And I
The Boys And I: Adom Postma, Marc Reilly, James Blacktop, Luke Ducharme

Show Notes

Today The Boys And I came into the studio to talk about their music and play some of it live on-air!

They’re a four-piece band: Marc Reilly on lead guitar, Luke Ducharme on percussion, Adom Postma on bass, and James Blacktop on guitar and vocals. Local to Kitchener, they play an assortment of classic rock, alternative, and lyrically driven original tunes.

Upcoming gigs:

  • Sat, 31 Aug 2019, 10pm — 1am: The Pick and Shovel, 30 Water St. S., Cambridge
  • Sat, 7 Sep 2019, 2pm — 1am: Harmony Lunch, 90 King St. N., Waterloo. Benefit for OneROOF
  • Sat, 14 Sep 2019: Bell City Brewing, #9-51 Woodyatt Drive, Brantford
  • Sat, 21 Sep 2019: StrykerZ Kitchen & Bar, 120 Ottawa St. N., Kitchener
  • Fri, 27 Sep 2019: Harmony Lunch, 90 King St. N., Waterloo
  • Sat, 5 Oct 2019: Atria, 59 King St. E., Oshawa

More gigs on their Facebook Events page.

Online:

Music List

Music List in progress, stay tuned!

  • 1h08m48s: Hurt — The Boys And I (à la Johnny Cash)

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2019-08-19.mp3 (166 MiBytes, 2h00m41s, episode 21)

CKMS Community Connections airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 every Monday from 10:00am to Noon.

Got music, spoken word, or other interesting stuff? Let us know at office@radiowaterloo.ca or leave a comment on our “About” page.

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 19 August 2019

Photo Gallery

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