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Hot Air's 65th Anniversary Concert!

Hot Air first hit the airwaves way back  in 1947, making us CBC's longest running show.
This coming Saturday, host Margaret Gallagher celebrates 65 years on-air with a special concert recorded in front of a live audience at CBC's Vancouver Broadcast Centre.
For this event, jazz great Ross Taggart lead an all-star ensemble of some of Canada's best musicians, including Joani Taylor, Oliver Gannon, Campbell Ryga, Brad Turner, Sharon Minemoto, Darren Radtke, Craig Scott and Evan Arntzen.
It's a an hour of music and you won't want to miss!
Photo by Ken Stewart

Listen to the Hot Air 65th Anniversary Concert anytime you like at cbcmusic.ca

You can also listen to a treasure from the Hot Air archive - Cannonball and Nat Adderley in conversation with Hot Air's founding host Bob Smith. 

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