Stoke the Folk sets up the campfire in British Columbia this week!


 

 

This is CKDJ’s Zach Periard with Dan Mangan.   Dan Mangan won the Juno for Alternative Album of the Year!!!!  We’re playing a tune from that cd. While I’m not going to the Junos, my husband is, my housemate Jackie Cassandra is, and so is my morning show co-host Doug Ralph.  And of course, Zach is all over the Junos as CKDJ’s delegate. Matt and I will just folk along anyway.  This week we’re in BC.  Next week we travel north (I am partly sure that we have a show next Monday – it is Easter Monday).

Here’s our playlist:

Stoke the Folk, Monday April 2, 2012 Matt Francis/L-A Copple BC show
4 MINUTES Elias El-Zein’s newscast

Matt’s Stoke the Folk promo/The Copples, “Stoke the Folk” Theme song [c] 1:09

Set One

Dan Mangan, “Leaves, Trees, Forest” (Oh Fortune) (Vancouver) – won the Juno – Alternative album of the year, played Bronson Centre Thurs
ID
Special Blend, “Don’t you ever call me Sweetheart” (single) (Victoria)
ID
Tim Readman/Jennie Bice, “A Pair of Brown Eyes” (Into the Green) (Vancouver)

Set Two

Sasenach Rebellion, “Are you from Bevan” (single) (Vancouver)
ID
The Bills, “Covered Front Porch” (The Bills) (Vancouver)
ID
Trinitude, “Havin’ a Time” (Trinitude) (Vancouver)

Set Three

The Bills (Hill Billy Band), “Francis” (All Day Every Day) (Vancouver)
ID
Tim Harrison, “Wheatfield with Crows” (Wheatfield with Crows) (Salt Spring Island- moved from Toronto)
ID
Leslie Alexander, “The One and Only” (single) (Ashcroft BC, originally from AB)

Set Four
David Newberry, “All my friends are famous” (Northern Electric) (Victoria/Didsbury)
ID
Jane Eamon, “I remember when” (A Different Place) [c] (Kelowna)

The Copples, “Stoke the Folk instrumental” [c]

13 tracks, 13 Cancon, 100 per cent [c]

Please listen in via ckdj.net Monday at 9 pm Eastern!

Yours in folk,  L-A Copple

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About L-A Copple

I'm a Radio host, artist, traveller, blogger, speaker, church administrative worker, wife and social media assistant to prophetic revivalist Darren Canning. I love missions, the arts, media and Jesus Christ. I have a call to the nations and to encourage and deepen Christian faith. I live in Ottawa, Canada.
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