Last Stoke the Folk show of the semester!

This is a bittersweet post.  While Stoke the Folk will continue next year (subject to PD Gill Proudfoot’s approval), it is the last show with me (L-A Copple) at the helm.  But I’ll be back at times as alumni.  Next semester Stoke will be hosted by Matt Frankie Francis and Doug Ralph.  The show is in great hands.    After this, you’ll hear me again on CKCU’s Window of Opportunity beginning April 27.

Here’s our playlist:

Stoke the Folk, Monday April 16/12 Matt Francis/L-A Copple

Last show – with Bob Nesbitt of Ottawa Grassroots Festival

Elias El-Zein’s newscast

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

Set One – Ottawa Grassroots Festival set 1

Rick Fines, “Perfect Politician” (Riley wants his life Back) [c]
Rick Fines, “Riley wants his life back” (Riley wants his life Back) [c]

Guest interview  Bob Nesbitt (Ottawa Grassroots Festival) pt 1

Set Two Ottawa FolkRoots set 2
Katherine Wheatley, “One True Kiss” (Landed) [c]
Missy Burgess, “Play me Sweet” (Play me Sweet) [c]

Guest interview  Bob Nesbitt (Ottawa Grassroots Festival) pt 2

Set Three – Matt’s set
Mumford and Sons, “Roll away your Stone” (live version) UK
Neil Young, “The Painter” (Prairie Wind) [c]

Set Four L-A’s set
Jesse Cook/Melissa McClelland, “It ain’t me” (Frontiers) [c]
Molasses Creek, “Because” (And Island out of Time) (US)
Whitehorse, “I’m on Fire” (Whitehorse) [c]

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

10 tracks, 8 Cancon, 80 per cent [c]

Please listen in on – Monday, April 16  9 pm Eastern.

Let us know you’re listening via the Stoke the Folk Facebook page!!!

Yours in Folk

L-A Copple


About L-A Copple

I'm a missionary, artist, art teacher, traveller, writer, radio producer, speaker, wife and bookkeeper. I love missions, the arts, media and Jesus Christ. I work with Iris Ministries Canada through the Iris Western Cape base. I have a call to the nations and to encourage and deepen Christian faith. I am normally based in Ottawa, Canada, but live in Worcester, Western Cape, South Africa on assignment
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