SATURDAY July 27
0600 Ottawa-area singer Kellylee Evans was struck by lightning in early June. That hasn't stopped her from performing. But she's still feeling the effects of that "electrifying" experience. Kellylee was in Toronto this past week for a show and she talked with CBC Radio One's Metro Morning host, Matt Galloway...who began with the obvious question: What happened?
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Check Kellylee's website for the latest on her recovery.
0730 Jazz bassist, composer and occasional vocalist Brandi Disterheft is currently New York City-based...but she makes ocaasional forays back to Toronto. Her return for a gig tonight prompted this repeat of guest host Karen Gordon's conversation with Brandi from earlier this year.
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Please visit Brandi's website to learn more about her music and and go to the Paintbox Bistro website for info about Brandi's show there tonight (July 27).
0800 Kim Gray is editor-in-chief of the travel blog "Toque & Canoe". She's offering off-the-beaten-track Canadian destination suggestions for vacationers this summer. And this morning she took guest host Danielle Harder to Two Jack Lakeside campground in Banff National Parkto try out an oTENTik - a brand new Parks Canada innovation designed to attract more people to our country's national parks.
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For more information (including a picture) on oTENTiks and where you can find them, visit the Parks Canada website.
You'll also want to drop by the Toque and Canoe website for plenty of additional info about travelling in Canada.
0830 Hamilton is the destination for more and more people in the arts and entertainment industry. That includes married couple Juno Ruddell and Mike Rinaldi. They're actor/writers who've just moved from B.C, to Steeltown. They told Danielle why.
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