For 35 years, Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers have toured Canada bringing the music, culture and humour of the homeland of Newfoundland to stages everywhere.
They are pioneers in independant music, self-marketers and all of their work carried with a steady assurance. It's earned them a dedicated following but for the trio of Kevin Blackmore, Ray Johnson and Wayne Chaulk, they have decided that long treks across the vast map of Canada must come to an end.
They group is touring Alberta one last time and Kevin Blackmore chatted with Russell Bowers about the group's history and why they felt now was a good time to step away from touring.
And of course they started with an example of what has made the band famous.