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...
About the Podcast
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.
This week: Grant is in the driver seat this week because Tim is in the middle of launching round two of the tour routes. We were lucky enough to have Steve Cormier visit us at the Home Routes Headquarters for a live session.
THIS WEEK: ABBY-JADE, CAMPBELL WOOD, MURFITT AND MAIN
This week: Paul Mills, David Bradstreet, Steve Cormier, Peter Paul Van Camp
This week: Nadine Landry and Sammy Lind and an interview with Al Simmons who will be performing in the Winnipeg Crankie Festival Nov 8-10. Al will be a featured performer in the Prairie Vaudeville Revue on November 9th at 7.pm Tickets available online...
This week: Live interview with Christina Martin and Dale Murray as they depart on their Home Routes Tour on the Agassiz Circuit. Also featured this week is Katie Moore who is on the Estelle Klein Circuit.
This week: Guillaume Jabbour & Bill Gossage on the Borealis Trail and Michael Jerome Browne on the Central Plains Circuit
This week join Tim as he takes us through a couple of the routes that take to the Heartland Ramble Route where Charlie A'court will soon be touring. Also in the show, the Chautauqua Route where the husband and wife duo "The Stevens Brothers" will be touring. ...
September 4, 2019
Home Routes / Chemin Chez Nous acknowledges that we operate on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Ininew and Dakota peoples, and on the homeland of the Metis nation. We have produced thousands of concerts across Canada, a land home to well over 600 First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities.