Duke Eatmon is the regular music columnist on CBC Montreal's afternoon radio show, Let's Go.
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The Brawl in Montreal is forever tied to my coming of age — and my first encounter with racial hatred
I cried because my hero lost his belt. I cried because they called Sugar Ray names. I cried because I felt real racial hatred and discrimination for the first time.
'It's not OK': First Nations hockey team fights racism with unity
When players from the First Nations Elite hockey program take to the ice in Pierrefonds this weekend for the AAA Montreal Meltdown Hockey Tournament, they'll be making a fashion statement — all to fight racism.
Up close and personal with Canadian rock couple Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida
Chantal Kreviazuk and husband Raine Maida, Canada’s couple of rock 'n' roll, have never recorded an album together until now.
Jazz trumpeter Keyon Harrold is poised to become one of the greats
Keyon Harrold might very well be the second coming of Miles Davis. Or he may be the incarnation of a new type of musician, who uses the magic of his talent to reach people in a way that feels personal and current.
Q&A: Ranee Lee seeks to honour the 'Dark Divas' of jazz who inspired her
Lee is performing at the Montreal International Jazz Festival July 6, and has played a show every edition of the festival since its inception.
Q&A: Legendary jazz pianist Herbie Hancock will electrify Montreal audiences, again
Hancock, who will play The Montreal Jazz Festival at Place des Arts on July 2 with Thundercat (another funky rule-breaker) spoke with CBC’s Duke Eatmon from his home in Los Angeles.