Happy Canada Day to our neighbors to the North and, in our case, the East. In doing a bit of research for today's show I found a list of Canadian rock bands that surprised me. There are a lot that I knew were from the 'Great White North,' but a lot that I didn't.
Once again I had the pleasure of broadcasting from Tim Horton's Presque Isle location for their annual fundraiser for the Tim Horton's Children's Foundation. Little did I know they had plans to crown me in the process.
Earth Day is a time for us to reflect on the way we treat our home planet. It's true that we pollute too much. We need to cultivate our natural resources and give back to Mother Earth. I'm not sure that I would go as far as the founder of Earth Day went though.
In the Sixties it was hugs. In the Seventies there were a bunch of different handshakes. Today it's the fist-bump. The greeting that was so awkwardly popular that it took up two decades, the Eighties and the Nineties, was the High Five.
In honor of 'National Record Store Day,' which is Saturday, April 19th, we decided to ask if you still had any vinyl in your music collection. Maybe there's one record that sounds better on vinyl than in any other format. Maybe you're just finicky like me and like things the way …