Dave Bidini & Selina Martin

Show Notes

This week, Steve and Diana chat with musician, author and community newspaper entrepreneur, Dave Bidini! In what might be the most Canadian episode ever, they discuss bringing Stompin’ Tom Connors out of retirement, singing O Canada with his band The Rheostatics at a hockey game the night before his wedding, apologizing to Gordon Lightfoot and of course – the importance of community newspapers.

Dave then introduces us to fellow acclaimed singer-songwriter, Selina Martin. Selina discusses her journey from growing up on a farm in the Ottawa valley to living in the South of France. And continuing with the Canadian theme, Selina tells us about how she became known as ‘Campfire Geddy,’ as well as her latest album Caruso’s Brain

To learn more about Dave Bidini and The Rheostatics, check out rheostatics.ca and for the West End Phoenix, go to westendphoenix.com. You can follow Dave on Twitter and on Instagram.

To learn more about Selina Martin, check out her website at selinamartin.com where you can buy her new album on Bandcamp. Follow her on Twitter and on Instagram.

Host: Steve Patterson (Twitter: @patterballs)
Co-Host/Producer: Diana Frances (Twitter: @dianafrancesvan)
Editor & Sound Technician: Donovan Deschner of Fracture a Femur Productions
Theme Music: Mark Camilleri of Imagine Sound Studios

This series is brought to you by the Apostrophe Podcast Network and powered by Acast.

Show Notes

This week, Steve and Diana chat with musician, author and community newspaper entrepreneur, Dave Bidini! In what might be the most Canadian episode ever, they discuss bringing Stompin’ Tom Connors out of retirement, singing O Canada with his band The Rheostatics at a hockey game the night before his wedding, apologizing to Gordon Lightfoot and of course – the importance of community newspapers.

Dave then introduces us to fellow acclaimed singer-songwriter, Selina Martin. Selina discusses her journey from growing up on a farm in the Ottawa valley to living in the South of France. And continuing with the Canadian theme, Selina tells us about how she became known as ‘Campfire Geddy,’ as well as her latest album Caruso’s Brain

To learn more about Dave Bidini and The Rheostatics, check out rheostatics.ca and for the West End Phoenix, go to westendphoenix.com. You can follow Dave on Twitter and on Instagram.

To learn more about Selina Martin, check out her website at selinamartin.com where you can buy her new album on Bandcamp. Follow her on Twitter and on Instagram.

Host: Steve Patterson (Twitter: @patterballs)
Co-Host/Producer: Diana Frances (Twitter: @dianafrancesvan)
Editor & Sound Technician: Donovan Deschner of Fracture a Femur Productions
Theme Music: Mark Camilleri of Imagine Sound Studios

This series is brought to you by the Apostrophe Podcast Network and powered by Acast.

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