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Featured Guests: May 2012 Archives

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John Lee Sanders

John Lee Sanders
John Lee Sanders has been making music for his whole life.  He first performed on stage when  with his brother's band in Birmingham Alabama when he was 12 years old. 
Since then he's played major blues and jazz festivals around the world and worked with most of the legends in the business.  He's been nominated for an Emmy and won a bunch of Canadian Music Awards.  He's a pianist, sax and guitar player, songwriter and singer!


He came to Canada first to work with Long John Baldry and liked it so much he stayed.
He's going to be performing at the Powell River Blues Festival and the Pender Harbour Blues Festival early in June and opening for Bonnie Raitt in August.

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Peter Boychuk : Shelter from the Storm

Peter Boychuk
Peter Boychuk is about to experience one of the most amazing moments of his play writing career.  It's not very long since Peter graduated with an MFA  from the University of Victoria.  Now he's getting to see a professional production of his first full length play, Shelter from the Storm, from Touchstone Theatre.

Shelter from the Storm looks at Canada's relations with young Americans escaping war by coming to our country.


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Dave Morris : Photo Booth

Dave Morris


Dave Morris has no idea what will happen when he goes on stage with his show Photo Booth at the Uno Festival in Victoria.  Really, no idea.  But that doesn't bother him at all. In fact that's they way he wants it.   Dave performs improv and has been for more than a decade.  In Photo Booth, as in earlier works, he explores characters and stories based on audience suggestions.

It's interesting to talk to Dave about improv.  It's his way of performing and telling stories and also his way of living.  Check out his TEDx talk The Way of Improv.  (he's also a storyteller, poet, musician and blogger)


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