Category:

The Kingstonian – Scott Owen – Sharing His Songs

This episode starts off our third season. We head down the road to Joyceville to profile a singer/songwriter who spends almost every weekend , honing his skills while performing at various venues in the area. On this program, Dave Cunningham chats with Scott Owen. Music in this episode: “Flight Risk” – Scott Owen

Posted On :
Category:

The Kingstonian – Darryl Lim – Leading the Band

Darryl began playing in a pipe band in Singapore when he was 12. Now living in Ottawa, and some 25 years later, he continues to be passionate about pipe bands. When Kingston’s Rob Roy Pipe Band went to New York to participate in the Tartan Day Parade, the Band invited Darryl to join them as its Drum Major. What does a Drum Major do? This episode will answer that question, and then some. Music in this episode: Rob Roy Pipe Band playing a medley, recorded in New York City – “Orange & Blue” / “Keel Row” / “Tail Toddle”.

Posted On :
Category:

The Kingstonian – Rob Roy in NYC – Marching down 6th Avenue

A different approach to the show this time round – the Rob Roy Pipes & Drums along with the Highland Dancers were down in New York City April 6th to participate in the Tartan Day Parade. Tune in for their music recorded there, along with highlights from our guests, Leslie May-Stewart & James Vandeven. Music in this episode, all performed by the Rob Roy Pipe Band, recorded live in New York City: “Bonnie Dundee/The Glendaruel Highlanders”; “Green Hills of Tyrol”; “Wee Michael’s March”; “Iain & Keeley’s Waltz/Banks of the Allan”; “Amazing Grace/Scotland the Brave”

Posted On :
Category:

The Kingstonian – Mike Bell – Primary Health Care for All

Our guest in this episode is MIKE BELL, C.E.O. of Kingston Community Health Centres. We talk about the full range of services offered, under one roof, at their facility in the north end. Physicians, dentists, therapists; Programs such as ‘Early On’ or ‘Pathways to Education’; and more – all administered from one location. Music in this episode: “Small Motors” / Fred Eaglesmith / LP – “Balin”

Posted On :
Category:

The Kingstonian – Daniel Woolf … on Alfred Bader

ALFRED BADER was an important contributor to the growth of Queen’s University but there are likely many in the City who may not know his story. To help us with that, we chat with DANIEL WOOLF, Principal & Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s Music in this episode: “Round Midnight” / Thelonius Monk / LP – “Les grands pianistes jazz”

Posted On :
Category:

The Kingstonian – Vinnie Rebelo – Loves this City!

Whenever you hear the name, you think of someone who is always promoting the City. VINNIE REBELO has spent most of his life in the hospitality industry. These days, he helps promote and manage the Kingston Pen Tours. This episode was recorded inside the historic institution. Music in this episode: “Hold Back the River” / Miss Emily / LP – “In Between”

Posted On :