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Liner Notes: December 2012 Archives

WAM Dec 29-30 Liner Notes Tom and the Thomcats

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Thom Coombs enjoys making music up in his bedroom on a four track cassette recorder. The stripped down, no frills approach has seen Thom release his previous nine projects in limited numbers.

However with the release of Thom and the Tomcats debut CD,” For Lovers and The Lonely Alike” Thom has spared no expense or time.

Tagged as an alternatie/ country/ folk/ rock and roll/ uneasy listening sound, some may find “For Lovers and the Lonely Alike” not perfectly polished but Thom believes its far from,’ Tarnished and Tainted”.

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WAM Dec 22-23 Liner Notes Rolling Kings

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“The Rolling Kings” are a high energy Celtic rock band that count among their many musical heros the Clancy Brothers and Jimi Hendrix.

With a mix of traditional and origional tunes the five friends have been lighting up the clubs and bars on George Street from end to end.

Now the Rolling Kings have managed to harness thier high energy show on their new debut CD,” Raise A Glass”.

And the guys will be the first to tell you that it all started on the ,” Streets of George”.

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WAM Dec 15-16 Liner Notes Gary Wayne Smith

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Gary Wayne Smith’s music has been with him his whole life. From his early start of playing at kitchen parties to travelling the province performing at Folk Festivals.

Garys day job takes him all over the world. But his music is always as close as a scratch pad full of lyrics waiting to be put to music.

Recently Gary’s travels found him in a recording studio putting the finsihing touches on a CD, aptly called,’ Road Stories”.

Gary is in our Liner Notes studio today to chat with Chris O’Neil Yates about some of those road story songs…like the time he was looking for some,’ Carpenter’s Tool’s.”

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