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Ewan and Sheamus Currie of the Sheepdogs have given birth to a new musical project: BROS! On top of that, they were kind enough to lend their song, Tell Me, to q to use as our theme song!
Shovels & Rope, aka Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst, deliver a cheeky performance of I Know from their latest record, Little Seeds.
Oshawa's own, Daniel Caesar, came by the q studio to perform his soulful song Japanese Denim
Norwegian synth-pop singer AURORA brings her soaring anthem, I Went Too Far from her record "All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend" to studio q.
Canadian R&B's next big star, Oshawa's Daniel Caesar, performs his hauntingly captivating single, Won't Live Here, live in studio q.
Greg Keelor and the rest of Blue Rodeo settle into q's recording studio to perform Dust to Gold from their latest record "1000 Arms".
Aurora came by studio q to dance and perform her big song, Conqueror from her record, "All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend".
Tegan and Sara stopped by the q studios to perform a special stripped-down/remix version of their Love You To Death single, "Stop Desire" - check it out!
Sam Roberts Band gather in Studio q to perform "If You Want It" from their latest record "Terraform" in q's new recording studio.
Billy Bragg & Joe Henry christen q's new recording studio with this stirring performance of "In the Pines" from their collection of railroad songs "Shine a Light".
Shovels & Rope (aka Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst) were kind of enough to play an extra song for us in Studio q once they were done talking to Tom about their latest record, Little Seeds.
In honour of the passing of Leonard Cohen, Ron Sexsmith dropped by Studio q to perform "The Faith" from Cohen's record "Dear Heather".
Sam Roberts Band gather in the new and improved Studio q to perform 'Fiend' from their latest album Terraform.
Blue Rodeo come together on new album: 1000 Arms. Here they are debuting the title track in our brand new recording studio.
Alt-country artist Justin Rutledge gathers his band to studio q to perform "Unsettled" from his new album "East".
The Sunday Edition
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THE SUNDAY EDITION
Charles Taylor's clear-eyed vision of our distress, coupled to a deep-rooted celebration of humanity
Colonization Road - a journey through Canada's relationship with Indigenous Peoples