On this episode we sat down with Brock, the front man of the relatively new band Patchwork out of Prince George. We saw them live the night after this performance and you would think they had been playing together for years. Brock tells us about the make up of the band, and how they evolved from a trio. Enjoy.
Danny Bell is a big part of the music scene in Prince George, from hosting the open mic at Nancy O’s to now being a major part of all the shows happening at the PG Legion. He shares about his upcoming album, and what he is looking forward to this summer.
We got to sit down with the frontman Iyan Bruvold of Folky Strum Strum. A staple in the Peace Region music scene. Iyan shares how his songwriting methods have evolved, what new instruments he is dabbling in, and what the summer looks like for him and the band.
We sat down with Brin Porter, the brain behind the The Brain Porter Project and long time member of The Party On High Street. He didn’t play us a song live, as his setup justifies a 60 minute show, but he did send us a recording of one of his new songs. Enjoy!
Naomi Shore is a household name in the Peace Region of British Columbia, having been a staple in the music scene as a teacher, performer, and host, she is an integral part of music in the north. She sat down with us before playing an intimate show in Hudson’s Hope to talk about her new album, and what’s on her horizon. Enjoy!
Before playing a show for us in Hudson’s Hope, Naomi Kavka took some time to share the many different ways she makes, records, writes, and performs music all over Canada. She was a pleasure to chat with, and shed some insight on what it means to be a working musician in Northern BC.
Joseph Te Bulte invited us into his home to share a bit about his life, his music, and what makes him tick. He is the front man for Last Horse Standing, an alt-country band based out of Fort St John, BC. He has been playing and writing since he was 14 years old and shares a personal song of his that he wrote for a friend. Thanks for tuning in.