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Friday's show - links, info & music

  • Laugh Out Loud is taping in Ottawa as part of the Cracking Up the Capital comedy festival
  • Miguel de Armas and Tracey Brown will perform together on Sunday at the Almonte Old Town Hall at 3pm; tickets are available at Mill Street Books in Almonte
  • Yohanan Demeke is one of the winners of community builder awards for Black History Month; the awards will be given out at Library and Archives Canada from 2-4pm tomorrow
  • Jully Black plays the NAC tonight, but unfortunately it's sold out

Music

Between 3 & 4:

  • "Cryin' Shame" by Lyle Lovett, from the album Lyle Lovett and His Large Band
  • "How Can You Turn Around" by Northcote, from the album Northcote
  • "To Drive the Cold Winter Away" by Barry Phillips, from the album Beautiful Darkness: Celebrating the Winter Solstice

Between 4 & 5:

  • live music by Miguel de Armas and Tracey Brown
  • "My Life Be Like" by Grits

 Between 5 & 6:

  •  "Etta's Tune" by Roseanne Cash, from the album The River and the Thread
  • recording of Jully Black performing Blue Rodeo's "Cynthia"
  • "Leave the Lights On" by Jully Black, from her upcoming record Made in Canada

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