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Liner Notes: April 2013 Archives

WAM April 27-28 Liner Notes - Psychobilly Cadillacs

Time for Liner Notes, and this morning on the WAM we feature the Psychobilly Cadillacs with their new self-titled release 6 song EP.

The Psychobilly Cadillacs formed in the late 80's after playing country n' blisterin' music and are from St. John's, Newfoundland. "We call ourselves old country but cross into punky-tonk, barnyard rock, psychobilly and everything in between," says band member Smokey Tucker. The band includes Smokey Tucker, Johnny "Bonfire" Jones, Skeet Breeder and Calvin Lawless. Special guests include Chris Ledrew , Geoff Panting, Kelly-Ann Evans, Natalie Noseworthy, and Janet Cull.

Here's mack Furlong's interview with the Psychobillys

 

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WAM April 20-21 Liner Notes - Duo Concertante

Time for Liner Notes, and this morning on the Weekend Arts Magazine we feature Duo Concertante, Nancy Dahn on violin and Timothy Steeves on piano, with their new recording - the complete sonatas for violin and piano by Beethoven.

Duo Concertante have traveled and performed around the world, receiving wide acclaim for their work.

Though violin and piano duos often consist of a main violin solo with piano accompaniment, the works chosen by Duo Concertante incorporate both instruments as being equally important to the music. Thus, the Beethoven! Here's a selection from their new recording:

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WAM April 13-14 Liner Notes - Adam McGrath

Time for Liner Notes, and this morning we feature Adam McGrath & The Tearjerkers with their new CD, "My Colour Red".

The band is lead by Adam McGrath on vocals/guitar, Mark Peddle on Bass, Jon Ledrew on Guitar and Adam Staple on Drums/Backup Vocals. The Tearjerkers are releasing their debut album, mixed by Spencer Crewe who has worked with many groups and artists such as Great Big Sea, The Punters, Barry Canning, and The Ennis Sisters.

In a moment you'll hear Adam McGrath and his interview with me, but first we'll begin with a song from the disc, this is "Drink her too much".

 

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