This is my co-host on Stoke the Folk, Matt Frankie Francis. It’s a lot of fun working with him.
This week, I’m on air all over the dial – on CKDJ, AIR and CKCU almost every day.
Sunday, January 29, I’m on CKCU’s Over My Head (CKCU’s Source for sounds by Artists with a Christian world-view). Show is at 8 am Eastern (playlist is below).
Monday, January 30, 6 – 9 am – I’m on the Monday morning show with co-host Doug Ralph. Features include Ottawa winter survival stories, coffee stories and other fun things (plus regular CKDJ new alternative and urban music).
Monday, January 30 – 9 pm – I’m on Stoke the Folk, CKDJ’s Folk show with co-host Matt Frankie Francis (playlist is below). We’re playing all Newfoundland artists this week.
Tuesday, January 31, 6 – 8 pm – I’m on AIR Algonquin, bringing you top forty and dance tunes to give you energy (even folkies can dance)!
Thursday, February 2, 3:30 – 5 pm – I’m back on CKDJ, bringing you new alternative and urban music for your drive home.
Friday, February 3, 3 pm – I’m on CKCU for Window of Opportunity – CKCU’s Friday Folkish show.
Saturday, February 4, 6 – 9 am I’m on AIR Algonquin with more dance tunes and hits getting you your morning energy for the day.
Inbetween this, I’m working on ads, production and a new weekly internship if all the paperwork has gone through.
Here’s the Stoke the Folk playlist for January 30, 2012 Hosts L-A Copple and Matt Frankie Francis (CKDJ 107-9 FM or ckdj.net)
Winter Song promo/ The Copples, “Stoke the Folk theme” [c]
Set One – L-A’s picks
Colleen Power, “Newfoundland Weather” (Face and Eyes) [c]
Ennis Sisters, “Out for St Leonards” (single) [c]
The Once, “Cradle Hill” (Row upon Row with the People they know) [c]
Set Two – Matt’s picks
Ron Hynes, “Margins of my Neighbourhood” (Get back Change) [c]
Eddie Coffey, “Grey Foggy Day” (single) [c]
Sherman Downey, “Indifferences lay waiting” (Honey for Bees)
Set Three – L-A’s picks
The Irish Descendants, “I know my name” (A Celtic Christmas) [c]
Shanneyganock, “Flag of Newfoundland” (single) [c]
Sherman Downey, “Indifferences lay waiting” (Honey for Bees) [c]
L-A last pick
Andrew James O’Brien and the Searchers, “Go Easy” (with Amelia Curran) (Songs for Searchers) [c]
Set Five – Matt’s picks
Great Big Sea, “Captain Kidd” (The Hard and the Easy) [c]
Damien Follett, “No Place like Home” (Single) [c]
The Copples, “Stoke the Folk instrumental” [c]
14 Tracks, 14 Cancon, 100 percent [c]
Here’s my playlist for Over My Head (aired on CKCU 93.1 FM January 29, 2012)
Over My Head – Host L-A Copple
Set One – Holy Island set
Keith Duke, “A Tide Change” (Across the Water – the Celtic music of Keith Duke)
Anna Raine/Ralph Wilson, “Holy Island Meditation” (Ancient Paths)
Iona, “Lindisfarne” (Journey into the Morn)
Eden’s Bridge, “All the Diamonds” (Celtic Worship Live)
Sherri Youngward, “Medley” (Scripture songs Vol 2)
Steve Bell, “The Lorica” (Devotion) [c]
PSA Coldest Night of the Year (CKCU version)
Bruce Cockburn, “Coldest Night of the Year” (Bruce Cockburn sampler) [c]
Scott Towaij, “Forever Changed” (Freedom Train) [c]
Colin Bernard, “Hold On” (Single) [c]
Amy Savin, “Bigger Houses” (Skylines) [c]
Carolyn Arends, “Something out of us” (Love was here first) [c]
Bryan Moyer Suderman, “Listen up People” (A New Heart) [c]
12 tracks, 7 Canadian, 58 percent [c]
Here’s a pic that Matt took of me last week on Stoke the Folk:
Yours in folk and other genres
PS We’re having fun learning about ‘new’ artists in these Stoke the Folk regional shows. February 6 will be Nova Scotia.