A Song for Everyone

Hosted by:

John Regan

The program is an eclectic mix of singer/songwriters with a healthy dose of up and coming Aussie talent.

Following is an interview with Aussie singer/songwriter Larissa Tandy who now lives in Canada but is currently on tour in Australia promoting her debut album “The Grip”. You can find out more about Larissa and her tour dates at her web site http://www.larissatandy.com/ (posted June 22nd 2017)


Listen to an interview with  Daniel Champagne, originally from Bega but now living in Nashville. He’s currently on a tour of the East Coast of Oz to promote his new album “Fault Lines”. He also introduces 3 songs from the album – the title track, “Back To Nova Scotia” and “Heart Shaped Tattoo”. You can learn more about Daniel and the tour at http://www.danielchampagnemusic.com/ (posted 15th June 2017)

Here’s an interview with local, Sydney,  singer/songwriter Steve Wernick with 3 tracks from his new album “Love Is A Gamble”. Tracks are the title track followed by “War For Peace” and finally “Graveyard Blues”. You can find out more about Steve at: http://www.stevewernicksongwriter.com/ (posted 8th June 2017)

Following is an interview with singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Nick O’Mara from the Alt Country band Raised By Eagles together with some tracks from the new album “I Must Be Somewhere”. Tracks are the ” Gold Rush Blues”, “Everyday, Everyday” and “Night Wheels”. You can find out more about Raised By Eagles at: http://www.raisedbyeagles.com/ (posted 1st June  2017)

Following are the highlights from our guest DJ segment with local Sydney singer/songwriter Ingrid Mae where she plays a couple of tracks from her Sugarcoated album as well as some of her personal favourites by other artists. Tracks are:

  • You could Be Mine – Ingrid Mae
  • Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart – Chris Cornell
  • She Used To Be Mine – Brooks & Dunn
  • Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
  • It’s Your Love – Ingrid Mae

You can get more details on Ingrid by visiting her web site : http://www.ingridmaemusic.com/ (posted 25th May 2017)

Here’s an interview with West Australian singer/songwriter Emily Barker with 3 tracks from her new album “Sweet Kind of Blue”. Tracks are the title track followed by “Sister Goodbye” and finally “Sunrise”. Apologies for the poor sound on the interview as the Internet connection wasn’t the best. You can find out more about Emily at: http://www.emilybarker.com/ (posted 18th May 2017)

Following is an interview I recorded last week with singer/songwriter Rosie Burgess from Melbourne. Have a listen to it along with 3 tracks from her EP Handful Part Two. Tracks are “Run Through The Fire”, “Raise You Up” and “On You Ride”. Rosie is touring at the moment and you can find out when she is in Sydney at her website: https://www.rosieburgess.com (posted 11th May 2017)

Have a listen to a talk with young singer/songwriter from Byron Bay, Karin Page, whose EP “Still Got You” is featured. Songs played are “Keep On”, Wherever You Are” and the title track, “Still Got You”. Karin is currently on tour and you can find out more about her at : https://www.karinpage.com/ (posted 4th May 2017)

An interview with a singer/songwriter from Sydney’s southern suburbs, Aliyah Marie, with 3 tracks from her EP “Accoustic Sessions”. Tracks are “Sidelines”, “Down” and “Someone But Me”. You can find more information on Aliyah on her website: http://www.aliyahmariemusic.com.au/ (posted 27th April 2017)

Listen to a chat with Maggie Rigby from the Mae Treo and hear some tracks from their new album “Take Care, Take Cover”. Tracks are “Well Enough Alone”, “Parallel Park” and “Waterlily”. You can find more information on the Mae Trio at https://www.themaetrio.com/ (posted 20th April 2017)

Following is an interview I recorded last week with a young American singer/songwriter who was something of a child prodigy on the guitar, appearing on US tv at the age of 6 and playing with blues legend Buddy Guy before he was a teenager. It’s Quinn Sullivan and there are a few tracks from his new album “Midnight Highway”. You can learn more about Quinn at: http://quinnsullivanmusic.com/ (posted 13th April 2017)

Following are the highlights from the interview with West Australian singer /songwriter Dawn Barrington, where she plays a couple of her own tracks as well as some of her personal favourite songs by other musicians. Tracks are:

  • What Are We Doing – Dawn Barrington
  • What’s Riding – Ben Cately
  • Blowing In The Wind – Peter, Paul and Mary
  • The Wild Wild Western – Kallidad
  • Women of War – Dawn Barrington

Dawn is currently playing gigs over this side of the world and you can get details of where on her web site: http://dawnbarrington.com.au/ (posted 6th April 2017)

Following is an interview with the delightful singer/songwriter Martha Tilston with a few tracks from her new album “Nomad”. Martha is currently on tour in Australia and you can find when and where she is playing at http://www.marthatilston.co.uk/ (posted 30th March 2017)

This is an interview I had a couple of days ago with John Murphy, a muso from many years back. In fact he was one of the original Foreday Riders but today i’m are talking to him about his recording project with the occasional band, The Woodpickers and playing a few tracks from their 4th album release “Turning Blue”. More details on the Woodpickers can be found at https://www.woodpickers.com.au/

Listen to a recording of an interview with a Jake Charron, an integral part of the Canadian Celtic group The East Pointers together with some tracks from the debut album “Secret Victory”. The East Pointers are currently on tour in Australia and you can look at the itinerary at http://eastpointers.ca/shows/. (posted 16th March. 2017)

Following is a recorded interview with indigenous singer/songwriter Glenn Skuthorpe along with a few tracks from his new album “See My World”. Glenn is currently on tour and details of the tour can be found on his web site http://glennskuthorpe.com/. (posted 9th Mar. 2017)

Edited highlights from the interview with Sydney singer /songwriter Paul Watling, the driving force behind the group Dusken Lights, playing a couple of tracks from their album “In The Service Of Spring” and also a couple of his own favourite songs by other musicians. Tracks are:

  • Arrows of Joy – Dusken Lights
  • Sodade – Cesaria Evora
  • The Way Young Lovers Do – Van Morrison
  • Spark On The Wire – Dusken Lights

You can follow Dusken Lights at  on their web site https://www.duskenlights.com/  (posted 3rd Mar. 2017)

 

 

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  • Thursday - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm