#157 Jonathan Ronson Armstrong

Jonathan Ronson Armstrong’s first solid touring band was Sewing With Nancy, a late nineties skate punk band. After that band broke up, “the Reason” was born. The Reason was more of an emo band in the vain of Grade, Boys Night Out and other bands from the Hamilton/Burlington region. After 10 years of recording and […]

#156 Ford Pier

Ford Pier has played in too many bands to mention. He’s a song writer, solo artist as well. Ford is from Edmonton and moved to Vancouver in the early 90’s to pursue a career in music and better weather. Ford has an amazing outlook on the art of music as well as the ethics. He’s […]

#155 Tim Whalen

Tim Whalen moved to the Toronto area in the mid-80’s when metal ruled the earth. Punk was pretty much dead and was crossing over into heavy metal. Tim was always musical and had an urge to leave his small town in New Brunswick and when the opportunity came to stay in Toronto and not go […]

#154 Jamie M. Dagg

Jamie Dagg is a film director based in Toronto, Ontario. Jamie and I met in 1991 when a promoter friend of his booked a band I worked for into a hall in Timmins, Ontario. Jamie also booked my first band in on our second tour of Canada into a basement in Timmins. Jamie has always […]

#153 Chris Ashworth Creator of QLab

Chris Ashworth is a trained actor and a computer wizard which are two integral parts to being the creator of QLab. Chris founded Figure 53 to develop and sell his program and almost every theatre in the world has used it or come in contact with it. Qlab is a program that theatre technicians use […]

#152 Joyce Kettering

Joyce Kettering is a composer based in Paris, France. Joyce hosts a YouTube channel and gave herself the challenge to compose a song a day. She’s presently on episode #135. Joyce is the type of person that goes “all in” to achieve a goal. Whether it be soccer or music, she always gives it her […]

#151 Brent Belke

Returning to the show is Brent Belke. Apart from being the founding member of Canada’s SNFU, Brent has been a composer for film and television for almost 20 years. Originally from Edmonton, Brent and his brother Marc moved to Vancouver to reform SNFU. SNFU put out two more albums with Brent that was released on […]

#150 Steve Stumble & Eric Hutt of “The Lucky Ones”

Steve Stumble and Eric Hunt of the Lucky Ones hail from St Catharines Ontario. They’ve been playing as musicians for their whole life but have been together as a band since 2010. Steve runs Stumble Records a label that’s put out over 50 albums to date. “Better Late than Never” was produced by Steve Rizun […]

#149 Dr Oren Amitay

Returning to the show is Dr Oren Amity. Oren is a registered psychologist and a parenting expert. In the podcast we spoke allot about our friends to the south and their present political situation. we also spoke about empathy and how the younger generation need more of it. Oren is a very intelligent person and […]

#148 Tyler Wilkinson

Tyler Wilkinson is one third of the family band “The Wilkinsons” and is also the founding member of the Small Town Pistols with his sister Amanda. The Wilkinsons are back together to play some acoustic shows in western Canada. Tyler is also a very accomplished song writer and spends time in Nashville writing with other […]