We have a great folk festival of the air lined up for the March 31 edition of Regina’s Mighty Shores. We’ll preview concerts by The Mountains and the Trees/Woodpigeon, Ben Sures, Jenn Grant, and the Magnificent Sevens. New music includes … Continue reading
Long-play Wednesday, you say? Holy smokes! For those of you who have been listening to this show for a while, you already know that the last Tuesday of the month has always been Long-Play Day. Let me assure you that … Continue reading
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shemini, the number eight in hebrew. if you read this post you will be blown away at least eight different times. and you can learn more about this wonderful stuff on gevalt on tuesday nights at 6:30. only on cjtr. … Continue reading
Well, it’s a bit early to tell you all that’s coming up next. Today is Thursday. I have to make my mind up. I WILL be featuring new music from The Incompetents! Listen for tracks from the EP “I’m Really … Continue reading
Music is an ephemeral thing. Even if The Guess Who plays American Woman a total of 13,000 times, each of those times is special. It’s a moment in time that can never be replicated exactly. Even if James Brown famously … Continue reading
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Check out a new edition of 29:45 this Wednesday at 9:30 am. 29:45 is a half-hour newsmagazine produced and hosted by students at the University of Regina school of journalism. You can see thier nifty website by clicking here.
this is a week where we learn about the inner and outer parts and how we are supposed to reveal ourselves to our L-rd. you can get loads of this by listening to gevalt at 6:30pm on tuesdays. enjoy this … Continue reading
Sure and begorra, it’s the St. Paddy’s Day Superfluity on Regina’s Mighty Shores, Thursday, March 17 from 4 to 6 pm Saskwatchtime (don’t forget, dear listeners in other time zones, we didna spring forward; we’re already forward enough here!). A … Continue reading