Category Archives: Window of Opportunity

L-A’s back on Window of Opportunity – but just before the big road trip


Hi! Happy May! I’m finished my radio broadcasting studies at Algonquin College, so I won’t be on CKDJ anymore – except as a guest/alumna in the Fall. I’ll post about my graduation when it comes up in June. Meanwhile, I … Continue reading

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January 20 – 23, 2012 on Window of Opportunity and Stoke the Folk


CKCU’s Window of Opportunity this week included my cd review of local duo Steel Moon. They had their cd release party at the NAC Fourth Stage on Saturday, January 21. It was wonderful. The show was even better than the … Continue reading

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Stoke the Folk is back! And L-A is also back on Window of Opportunity


. . . . . Hi! Happy New Year. While some believe 2012 is a year of endings (ie Mayan calendar ending in December), I believe 2012 is a year for new beginnings. At least it is for me. Had … Continue reading

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Audio and video for folkies…. Because music is what you want


Folkies are known as a force in two ways – music and politics. Well, we’re involved in more than that.  However, I’ll leave the politics out for the moment and focus on the music. Here’s some links that show what … Continue reading

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Folk music isn’t just for older people! It’s multi-generational


Folk music has been around for centuries and evolves with each culture and generation. It also is highly connected to world music.   Many of us in the west tend to think of folk music as being singer-songwriter from the 60’s, but … Continue reading

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Folk Music explosion


Do you like folk or roots music? At one time, folk music was associated with protest songs and the folk revivalist sound of the 1960’s. But it’s far more than that. Folk music is multi-generational. There is new folk around … Continue reading

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