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On the program for Saturday March 12, 2011

On this weekends' edition of Atlantic Airwaves - a couple of features on the front runners for this year's East Coast Music Awards - David Myles and Dave Gunning - Each with 5 nominations.

David Myles has had a great year, but he's seen more than his fare share of the road. He's played the Olympics, The Paralympics, criss·crossed Canada, and The UK. He's been to Memphis, toured with The Vinyl Cafe and Joel Plaskett, and released his fourth album 'Turn Time Off'

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Dave Gunning has had a lot of success over the years as a songwriter, performer and producer. But those who know him know that all the accolades and awards he has received have not gone to his head. He is as humble today as he was when he first walked on to a stage. When the Toronto Star wrote this of him, "The next big thing in the True North of Song, an artist as compelling, as assured and attentive to every nuance of the writing and performing process as Lightfoot, Cockburn and Stan Rogers before him.", his reaction was pure Dave Gunning.

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For the best in Atlantic Canadian music join host Stephanie Domet Saturday afternoons at 5 past 5 on CBC Radio One and on the internet at www.cbc.ca/atlanticairwaves

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