Russell Broom wins 2 WCMA's; Lorrie Matheson, Alice Kos and more
This week on the Key of A, we celebrate the Alberta winners at this year's Western Canadian Music Awards -- including double winner Russell Broom, who won Best Producer and Best Recording engineer awards. We'll listen to some of his recent award-winning work with artists Michael Bernard Fitzgerald and Chris Austman. We'll hear Ariane Mahryke Lemire's song Je Suis le Genre; the video for that song won the Best Video award; and songs from Sojourner by Joal Kamps, winner in the Contemporary Christian/Gospel category.
You'll hear C'mon Arizona, the first single from the newly configured Edmonton-Toronto band Christian Hansen, back in Edmonton next weekend for three shows Oct 11-13.
Calgary singer/songwriter and record producer Lorrie Matheson drops by for a chat about his soon-to-be released new album, The Night is for Sleepers. (If you're in Calgary, you can catch Lorrie live this weekend; he's playing a double bill with Edmonton's Alice Kos, Sat Oct 6 at Wine Oh's.)
Plus -- we ask the question, "What is your dog dreaming about when he's asleep?" That question inspired a lovely concept EP by the Calgary band Boreal Sons.
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