Good Friday 2018 Schedule

March 28, 2018

We have a great line-up of shows set for Good Friday, with a few different voices joining us. 6am – 9 am – Alberta Morning w/ Brian Golightly 9am – 12 pm – Mid-Morning Mojo w/ Oskar Zybart 12 pm

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CKUA Top 30 – March 28, 2018

March 28, 2018

Week of March 18 – March 24, 2018  = Albertan            = Canadian 1. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – Tearing At The Seams (Bottleneck / Stax) 2. David Byrne – American Utopia (Todomundo / Nonesuch) 3. Eloisa Atti – Edges (Alman)

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House Blend Playlist – March 26, 2018

March 26, 2018

The Playlist The Picks Baba— Cat Clyde, “Running Water” Fearless singing and interesting and catchy arrangement. Short. And Sweet. Darcy Whiteside— Nefesh Mountain, “Oseh Shalom” Nefesh Mountain is a group that looks at bluegrass music from a Jewish perspective. Their

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The Stew JUNO Special

March 23, 2018

Just in time for Sunday’s JUNO awards, hear Terry David Mulligan’s fascinating chats with nominees past and present. Tune in for a special show with insightful interviews with some of Canada’s most celebrated artists – including a featured conversation with

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CKUA Top 30 Chart – March 21, 2018

March 21, 2018

Top 30: Week of March 11- March 17, 2018  = Albertan            = Canadian 1. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – Tearing At The Seams (Bottleneck / Stax) 2.  Tricia Edwards – Intaglios (Independent) 3. Shannon & The Clams – Onion (Easy

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House Blend Playlist – March 19, 2018

March 19, 2018

The Playlist The Picks Baba— David Byrne, “Everybody’s Coming To My House “ When you been the ‘Talking Head’, what’s next is always of interest, so this is it, the single from Mr. Byrne’s brand new album- American Utopia. Orest

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A Fingerfulla 45s on Roy’s Record Room

March 17, 2018

This week, it’s A Fingerfulla 45s on Triple-R Radio. We’ll start with some blues, R&B and soul platters from Slim Harpo, BB King, Don & Dewey, Sam Cooke and more. Eventually, we’ll wind up in rockabilly country with some seven-inch

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Ancestors and Elders on World Spinning

March 16, 2018

“Ancestors and Elders” is a multidisciplinary program being directed by Indigenous theatre artist Barry Bilinsky and Shumka Ukrainian dancer/director Joe Hoffman.  With a performance date set for April 27th and 28th at the Northern Jubilee Auditorium, visual artists, spoken word artists,

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House Blend Playlist – March 12, 2018

March 12, 2018

The Playlist The Picks Baba— 3hattrio, “In Our Hands” A melodic, psychedelic, multilayered, cinematic piece. Amy van Keeken— Jennifer Castle, “Crying Shame” Hooray! Jennifer Castle is releasing a new record on May 18th!! Crying Shame is the first single from

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Cowboy Jazz at 78RPM on Roy’s Record Room

March 10, 2018

This week, Triple-R Radio takes a look at early jazz, blues and tin pan alley classics filtered through the hillbilly sensibilities of the dusty dance halls and smoky roadhouses of Texas, Oklahoma and other such places. Cowboy Jazz at 78

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CKUA Top 30 Chart – March 7, 2018

March 7, 2018

Week of February 25- March 3, 2018  = Albertan            = Canadian 1. I’m With Her – See You Around (Rounder) 2.  Laila Biali – Laila Biali (Chronograph) 3. Caroline Rose – Loner (New West) 4.  Bahamas – Earthtones (Barchords) 5.  Sue Foley – The

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House Blend Weekly Playlist – March 5, 2018

March 5, 2018

The Playlist   Baba— Five Alarm Funk, “We Play the Funk” It is funky, and it features Bootsy Hayley Muir— Marlon Williams, “What’s Chasing You” This young artist from New Zealand is hitting some real throwback Roy Orbison vibes on

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CKUA Top 30 Chart – Feb. 28, 2018

February 28, 2018

Top 30: Week of February 18 – February 24, 2018  = Albertan            = Canadian 1.  Bahamas – Earthtones (Barchords) 2.  Laila Biali – Laila Biali (Chronograph) 3. Calexico – The Thread That Keeps Us (ANTI-) 4.  Sue Foley – The Ice Queen (Stony

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House Blend Weekly Playlist – Feb. 26, 2018

February 27, 2018

The Playlist The Playlist Meg Wilcox–Robyn, “Hang With Me (acoustic version)” With Robyn suggesting last week (Feb.19) that a new album is in the works for this year, I couldn’t help but go back to Body Talk Pt.1 in eager

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Rocking 78s Dance Party on Roy’s Record Room

February 24, 2018

This week, Triple-R Radio is hosting its semi-annual Mid-Winter Rockin’ 78s Dance Party – all original rock ‘n’ roll shellac platters. You’ll hear from early R&R icons like Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis as well

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Serena Ryder and Bahamas on Mulligan Stew

February 23, 2018

On this week’s Mulligan Stew, Terry David Mulligan has an inside look at the strange alchemy of creating a deeply personal album, hearing from two insightful artists detailing what went into their newest releases. First up in Serena Ryder, currently

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CKUA Top 30 Chart – Feb. 21, 2018

February 21, 2018

Top 30: Week of February 11 – February 17, 2018  = Albertan            = Canadian 1.  Laila Biali – Laila Biali (Chronograph) 2.  Bahamas – Earthtones (Barchords) 3. First Aid Kit – Ruins (Columbia) 4. Ezra Furman – Transangelic Exodus (Bella Union) 5.  Sue Foley –

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House Blend Weekly Playlist – Feb. 20, 2018

February 20, 2018

The Playlist The Picks Orest Soltykevych— City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra / Gavin Sutherland, “David Fanshawe: Serenata: Mother & Child” David Fanshawe was an English composer and a passionate musicologist, who passed away in 2010. When he was in his

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CKUA Top 30: Feb 14, 2018

February 14, 2018

Top 30: Week of February 4 – February 10, 2018    = Albertan            = Canadian1.  Mauno – Tuning  (Idee Fixe) 2.  Jim Cuddy – Constellation (Warner) 3. Calexico – The Thread That Keeps Us  (ANTI-) 4. The James Hunter Six –  Whatever It

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Grant Stovel’s Adventures in Calgary

February 14, 2018

  I knew it was going to be a crazy week. In early February, I spent about a week working out of CKUA’s Calgary Foundation studio. It’s in the beautiful West Block of Studio Bell, home of the National Music

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