Ian Tyson Archive

  • For a time, a Ron Hynes gig in downtown St. John’s was as regular an occurrence as crowded street parking.  Take any Friday night – the month, the day or year doesn’t matter – take any Friday night at the Rose and Thistle, the Water Street hole-in-the-wall with holes in […]

    And Ron Hynes Came On

    For a time, a Ron Hynes gig in downtown St. John’s was as regular an occurrence as crowded street parking.  Take any Friday night – the month, the day or year doesn’t matter – take any Friday night at the Rose and Thistle, the Water Street hole-in-the-wall with holes in […]

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  • On Friday, March 30, 2012, I was aaked to moderate an All-Candidates Forum on the issue of Arts Funding in Alberta. The event was organized by ArtsVote Calgary and held at the Central Branch of the Calgary Public Library.  Citizens of the province will go to the pools to elect […]

    ArtsVote Speech

    On Friday, March 30, 2012, I was aaked to moderate an All-Candidates Forum on the issue of Arts Funding in Alberta. The event was organized by ArtsVote Calgary and held at the Central Branch of the Calgary Public Library.  Citizens of the province will go to the pools to elect […]

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  • On Easter Sunday, I hosted a national network holiday show for CBC Radio in Canada and its themes were centered around loss and redemption.  Amongst my guests were music legend, Ian Tyson (Four Strong Winds, Someday Soon), painter Kate MacDonald, and victims advocate Marlene Swift.  Additionally, I featured profiles of […]

    Any Last Requests?

    On Easter Sunday, I hosted a national network holiday show for CBC Radio in Canada and its themes were centered around loss and redemption.  Amongst my guests were music legend, Ian Tyson (Four Strong Winds, Someday Soon), painter Kate MacDonald, and victims advocate Marlene Swift.  Additionally, I featured profiles of […]

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