Articles tagged with: the morning after show
For the first time in Surrey, a festival that combines the magic of reggae with the Afrocaribbean culture at the Stetson Bowl 6050 176th Street in Surrey.
The festival features Jamaican superstar Luciano. For almost 25 years Luciano has been brightening the stages with his Rastafarian-influenced reggae songs. Now he is ready to bring his gospel to a crowd of dancers and reggae lovers of all ages. Its a unique opportunity for the whole family to come enjoy an event that features reknowned artists of different backgrounds.
The Surrey Reggae Festival is …
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Today was a special show that was 2 1/2 hours long with Host Jordan VanMusic Grey. Jordan was left to man the show by himself and he had a lot of fun with musical guests Coldwater Bootlaggers. Over 30 songs were played for your listening pleasure of local bands as well as some international bands that Oswaldo have found in Europe.
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Hosts: Jordan Vanmusic Grey, Chapa Guzman and John Prentice for a weekly showcase of local music, and lively interviews with musical guests…every Tuesday 11:30am – 1pm.
This week’s telephone interview was with Kyle Fury frontman and lead singer of the local ska band called Los Furios, and a you tube interview with Rob “Bucket” Hingley frontman ans lead Singer from The Toasters, a legendary ska band from NYC.
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In today’s show we have an interview by Oswaldo. Interview with Vedran Mujagic bass player from Dubioza kolektiv in Sarajevo. We talk about cleaning the streets of Vancouver as well as some really cool Vancouver Bands. Also we talk about Race For A Cure that was happening outside of our studio. As well we talk about The Toasters and Los Furios show that was at the Rickshaw.
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Join Hosts Jordan Vanmusic Grey, Chapa Guzman and John Prentice for a weekly showcase of local music, and lively interviews with musical guests.
This week we interviewed local Singer Songwriters Josie Aileen Patterson ( Cozy ) and Clare Twiddy, they played live on air, so please sit back and listen to this podcast. Each week we will bring interesting music stories and the latest in Vancouver’s Indie Music scene.
The Morning After Show, the official show of VanMusic.
The Morning After Show hosted by Oswaldo Pérez Cabrera has been on the air for 15th years. Support the show and get prizes. CiTR 101.9 FM Fundrive started officially. First people to donate to The Morning After Show will get a pair of tickets for La Super Fiesta Furios CD release party with Kutapira, Warless, Hang Ten Hangmen. Live Burlesque with April O´Peel and Violet Femme and hosted by The Purrfesor. April 17th at The Imperial.
First person who donates 50 or more to my show will get a pair of tickets to Jarabe de Palo concert which will be the 15th year Anniversary party opening Los Furios and Caracas. March 24th at The Rickshaw.
The biggest donor the show will get a pair of tickets for Flamin´Groovies courtesy of Rickshaw Vancouver. Opening are BUM and Rich Hope and his Evil Doers March 14th.
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The Morning After Show 15th Anniversary Party with Jarabedepalo and special guests Los Furios and Caracas at The Rickshaw Thetare March 24th 2015
The Morning After Show started last century with Jeremy Baker and Paul Gulett on 101.9 FM CiTR radio. Oswaldo Perez Cabrera joined in 2001. When Jeremy left for The Zone in Victoria more than 10 years ago, Oswaldo took over the eclectic radio show which specializes in nothing in particular but plays a lot of local bands and always have guests playing LIVE.
VanMusic has teamed with Super Chido …
he Morning After Show has been on air at CiTR101.9 FM for the last 15 years showcasing thousands of independent bands. Many bands have paraded through the airwaves of CiTR many of them playing LIVE.
This year, we’re aiming to raise $35,000 in pledges to support our quality programming and operations, and our move into the new Student Union Building on campus! Check out the plans for our new space!
Starting Thursday, February 27th at noon and ending Thursday, March 6th at 7:30 pm, we’ll be asking people on the airwaves to support our radio station. People can donate by:
Cole Petrone is an accomplished singer-songwriter who has been entertaining audiences all over the world. Combining a smooth tenor voice with an artistic finger-picking style, Cole has crafted a unique indie sound that has often been compared to that of modern James Taylor and Paul Simon. Widely acclaimed throughout the music industry, his original and catchy melodies include obvious influences from the Beatles, Neil Young, Burt Bacharach, and jazz standards from the “Tin Pan Alley” era. As a finalist in both the “John Lennon Songwriting Contest” and “Great American Songwriting Contest”, and as acknowledged on “Billboard Magazine” and radio stations throughout North America, Cole’s originals are truly heartfelt gems that resonate with authenticity. Listen to the podcast of The Morning After Show on CiTR 101.9 FM where Cole Petrone performs LIVE on studio and talks to host Oswaldo Perez Cabrera.
CiTR is having their annual frundrive, donate to The Morning After Show and Friday Sunrise.
Donations can also be made in-person at CiTR Radio offices. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Personal Cheque, Money Order & Cash, and Direct Deposit. You can also send a cheque payable to UBC with “CiTR Fundrive” in the memo, to the following address:
#233-6138 SUB Blvd.
CiTR is pleased to thank is donors with 2011 Fundrive swag!
Also, Show Specific Swag is available. Donate on your favourite show for a customized prize pack while supplies last! Call …
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Psychedelic band is ready to make waves in Vancouver with their trippy, well crafted music. They have two EPs Welcome to the Planetarium and the new one is Moon Aura and they are working on an acoustic album called Purple Sun. “We like to call it sonic rock whatever that is, sort of cracking the distortion a bit and definitively some psychedelic there” tells me Caelin Roza one of the members and singers, “We have three lead singers, kind of Eagles style”.
The East Vancouver band Tyranahorse will be special guest at Tuesday`s Live@Lunch, a free September lunchtime music series. The gig will be hosted by Oswaldo Perez Cabrera on The Morning After Show, live broadcast between 12-1:00 pm.
Tyranahorse describes itself as a noise, grunge, classical, pop, old country, hip hop, rock, and early hardcore band. Its last album, Ghostwolfmotherhawk-prairieunicornlionlioness, is inspired by noise, grunge, kazoo, pop, classical country. hardcore, The Pixies and the B-52′s.
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The band has a unique sound and they are true warriors of the independent scene. Talented musicians that got together in March of 2009 as an acoustic experiment. They have played and play in groups like the SSRIs, Like Animals Again, The Barcelona Chair and Friends From School, also you can see them jamming with other musicians like Brasstonaut, Olenka and Sciences.Listen to the podcast so you can hear them experiment on AIR with their music and listen to their newest song playing on the radio for the first time.
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Jon Anderson is a legend in his own spare time as he jokes about it. He was the founder of the legendary band YES, lead singer and composer of many of the tracks including the hits “Owner of a lonely heart” “Leave It” and “It can happen”. YES was always labeled as a progressive rock band “there has always been progressive music, I don’t call it progressive rock, I would like to call it progressive music, we were not just progressive, our music was based on rock, jazz, folk, it was a combination of all that