Lowlands talks busking and the Walkervilles bring the party
A lot of musicians get their start on the streets... busking, that is. And for Gordon Auld and Abrahm Del Bel Belluz (left), that's how their band Lowlands started -- entertaining the line-ups for shows at Toronto's Great Hall. They stopped by the Bandwidth studio to talk about their new album, Huron, and what it's like to work for wine and tips.
This week, you'll also meet the Walkervilles, one of the hottest new bands to come out of Windsor. In a piece from talented freelancer Allison Brown, you'll hear how the Walkervilles got their name... and hear a couple exclusive songs from the band.
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Playlist for October 27th, 2012
Theme: MICHIGAN LEFT - Arkells
OCEANS - Tusks
Sting: DOG'S BITE - Lowlands
INTERVIEW - Lowlands
EMBERS - Lowlands
Sting: SPARKS - Adaline
EGG - Adaline
THAT'S WHAT YOU DO BEST - Adaline
Sting: ORDINARY BIRD - The Cardboard Nationals
TAKE ME TO CALIFORNIA - The Marrieds (entry for EXPAND YOUR BANDWIDTH)
Sting: HOLD ONE WHEN YOU GET LOVE AND LET GO WHEN YOU GIVE IT - Stars
START ALL OVER AGAIN - Jim Chevalier
GET MYSELF INTO IT - The Walkervilles
PAK - The Walkervilles
PLEASE BABY STAY - The Walkervilles
Sting: WHAT COLOUR ARE YOU? - Danny Michel
SNOWY SOUL - Trent Severn
And the Track to Start Your Saturday Night...
GHOSTS - Hooded Fang
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