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A Prairie Girl’s Song with Kate Ferris

A Prairie Girl’s Song with Kate Ferris

This episode of the Home Routes Podcast features an interview with Kate Ferris, who along with being an active musician, is also our Home Routes Ukulele teacher! Join Jaxon and Kate as they discuss dealing with Covid-19 realities pivoting to online classes, and more....

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The Podcast includes cross-country check-ins with Artists, Producers, Industry Folks, Community Folks, House Concert Hosts and Impresarios who make up an interwoven network of music lovers, balladeers and tune makers across the globe.

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The Home Routes Podcast is produced and engineered by Grant Simpson.

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Playing on the Edge with Natalia ‘Saw Lady’® Paruz

Playing on the Edge with Natalia ‘Saw Lady’® Paruz

Join Jaxon Haldane as he talks with Natalia 'Saw Lady'® Paruz about her new album 'Playing on the Edge'. Natalia 'Saw Lady'® Paruz has spent more than two decades bringing the rare art form of playing music on a carpenter's saw to audiences around the world. Her...

Amber Rose & Richard Inman

Amber Rose & Richard Inman

This week on the Home Routes Podcast, we converse with Amber Rose & Richard Inman! Amber Rose is a singer-songwriter from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is a founding member of Winnipeg group Sweet Alibi. Richard Inman is quickly becoming a staple of Winnipeg’s folk and...

Edge of Blue, Roy Forbes

Edge of Blue, Roy Forbes

Join Jaxon and Tim in conversation with Roy Forbes, a Canadian songwriting and performing icon who has thrived in the Canadian music scene for almost half a century.  Roy talks about his new album "Edge of Blue", the songwriting process, record collecting (thousands...

“Banjo Man” – Rik Palieri

“Banjo Man” – Rik Palieri

Multi-instrumentalist troubadour Rik Palieri has lots to talk about, from his new book Banjo Man, to his time on the road and on stage with Pete Seeger, Utah Phillips and Jimmy Driftwood. Join us in this interview full of anecdotes, music and stories from Rik's...

Yukoner’s Episode

Yukoner’s Episode

This week Jaxon hosts an interview with three of the Yukon's most prominent Producers.  Duncan Sinclair, President of JazzYukon, Peter Menzies, KIAC, Dawson City Music Festival and long-time Home Routes Host and Angela Drainseville, Producer of the Kluane Bluegrass...

Heather Bishop – Canadian Icon

Heather Bishop – Canadian Icon

Join Tim and Jaxon in discussion with Canadian Icon Heather Bishop.  A Pioneer in Solar Energy, Environmentally Intelligent Building, Folk Music, Music as a Business, and Visual Arts - a social activist who blazed these trails after coming out as a lesbian in the...

Ed Peekeekoot – A national treasure

Ed Peekeekoot – A national treasure

This week Jaxon and Tim are in conversation with Ed Peekeekoot, a national treasure who is full of history, charm and talent.  A wonderful insight into growing up in a musical family, playing community dances and learning from musicians and mentors.  

Kimberly Sinclair – Home Routes Publicity

Kimberly Sinclair – Home Routes Publicity

An interview with Kimberly Sinclair, our own in-house Communications Director and all-a-round rabble-rowser.   She is also the owner of Spincount and works with a variety of music industry stars and organizations.  Join hosts Jaxon Haldane and Tim Osmond in an...

HOME ROUTES PODCAST #22 (MAR 13)

This week Tim spotlights Kalyna Rakel who is on the Heartland Ramble (Southern BC/AB/SK) and on the Agassiz Route (Southern MB) from Copenhagen, Denmark, Gangspil. Host:  Tim Osmond Producer:  Grant Simpson

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