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Lynne Hanson

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Hunters Bay Radio



2 Oct 2020

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Episode 103: Nancy Priddy, Cowboy Mouth, Anna Ash, Joel Havea Trio, Nerija, Tan Cologne, The Dustbowl Daddies, Pi Jacobs, Lynne Hanson, Jeff Crosby

Adobe And Teardrops Podcast

My heart is so full! Here’s Mariko’s art! There’s also jazz and stuff in this week’s episode! Nancy Priddy -- “Mystic Lady” (You’ve Come This Way Before) Cowboy Mouth -- “Run To Me” (Easy) Anna Ash -- “Apologies” (L.A. Flame) Joel Havea Trio -- “Hell To Pay” (Single) Nerija -- “Riverfest” (Blume) Tan Cologne -- “Alien” (Cave Vaults On the Moon in New Mexico) The Dustbowl Daddies -- “Broken Pieces” (More Hurricane Than Rainbow) Pi Jacobs -- “First Thing Tomorrow” (Two Truths and a Lie) Lynne Hanson -- “Just Words” (Just Words) Jeff Crosby -- “North Star” (Single) Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst


21 Feb 2020

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Interview - Lynne Hanson discussing her forthcoming album "Just Words" which arrives February 2020

Folk Roots Radio... with Jan Hall

Canada's own queen of Americana, Lynne Hanson is getting ready to release the second single "Just Words" and title track from her new solo recording which arrives in February 2020. The new album, produced by Jim Bryson at Fixed Hinge Recording in Ottawa, features some fabulous support players including guitar virtuoso Kevin Breit who lends his skills on electric guitar, and Jim Bryson plays guitar, keyboards and piano. Prince Edward Island singer-songwriter Catherine MacLellan also guests on four tracks. Lynne Hanson is also releasing a book of poetry - featuring poems, haikus and lyrics, to tie in with the album. Lynne Hanson joined us in the @folkrootsradio studio to chat about the new project. For more information and upcoming tour dates, visit https://lynnehanson.com. Music: Lynne Hanson "True Blue Moon" (single) and "Just Words" (single) (2019, Self) CDN.


18 Nov 2019

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EP 9 – Lynne Hanson!

Stonehall Sessions

This week we sit down with Lynne Hanson (https://lynnehanson.bandcamp.com/) and talk about Seven Deadly Spins, her “murder album”. She also describes Adam to a T in one of her songs, talks about Americana’s appeal in Holland and how she views her songs as films.

17 Mar 2016

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Steel Belted Free Range Radio - Nov. 20, 2014 - part 1 (Lynne Hanson)

Tell the Band to Go Home

Lots of what we love most, live music tonight, as we’re joined for conversation and live performances by acclaimed Ottawa area singer/songwriter Lynne Hanson, and a wonderful, upcoming local duo named Last Ditch on the Left!


2 Jan 2015

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For the Sake of the Song with Terry Gillespie and Lynne Hanson

podcast – Sean McGaughey- For the Sake of the Song

Last summer, the third day of the Ottawa Folk Festival, was completely drenched in a 14 hour deluge.  Bob Ledrew put on his publicist hat and kept local media and the audience apprised of the many changes in the schedule throughout the day.  In between that, he took the time to introduce me to a number of musicians to interview for my show.  After the rain had mostly subsided, I sat down under a picnic shelter and had a great chat with Terry Gillespie and Lynne Hanson. Terry Gillespie is a bluesman and reggae musician originally from Edmonton (like me) who has been a fixture of the Ottawa music scene for 40 years.   His most recent album, Big Money, was released last September. Lynne Hanson is an Ottawa based songwriter with 3 CDs.   She is the recipient of the 2010 Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award.  Her new CD, Once the Sun Goes Down was also released last fall. Songs: Theme Music: For the Sake of the Song (©2003 S. McGaughey) Here We Go Again © Lynne Hanson Natural Soldiers © Terry Gillespie You can leave comments on the blog, send me an email to ductapeguy at hotmail dot com, send me a voice feedback at 206-337-0611, or join the For The Sake of the Song Podcast group on Facebook. Add this podcast to your favorite podcatcher at http://feeds.feedburner.com/For_The_Sake_Of_The_Song


12 Jan 2011