Leroy Ellington, CKNM Bad Influence, CKNM Terry Robb, CKNM Nancy Wright
Music On The Couch
LEROY ELLINGTONLeroy has been performing for the last 30 years, establishing himself as a master vocalist and sax man. He has released Sanctified, and he and I will sit and chat about his journey.WEB SITE FACEBOOK PAGEBAD INFLUENCE BAND – COUCH KID NEW MUSICThe band celebrated it’s 30th anniversary in 2018 and has released Got What You Need, their first since 2012. I look forward to chatting with Michael about the years and the new album.WEB SITE FACEBOOK PAGETERRY ROBB – COUCH KID NEW MUSICTerry has just release Confessin’ My Dues a collection of 13 new songs. We will talk about all that has going on in Terry’s world since we last spoke as we listen to the music.WEB SITE FACEBOOK PAGENANCY WRIGHT - COUCH KID NEW MUSICNancy returns to talk about all that is going on in her world and her new album, Alive & Blue. Looking forward to catching upWEB SITE FACEBOOK PAGE
Terry Robb, a new album: Coffeeshop Conversations @ Catfish Lou's
Oregon Music News
Hi there. Yep, we’re in our new home for Coffeeshop Conversations, Catfish Lou’s, an actual music club. It’s at 2460 NW 24th Avenue and for the past two years it has won the Muddy Award for best venue from the Cascade Blues Association.And what better way to kick off what we hope is a nice long and happy run here than the great Blues guitarist/singer/composer/producer Terry Robb. He’s got a new album coming out called Confessin’ My Dues with some interesting new twists as well as the fine playing we have come to expect from Terry.We’ll find out about that and as usually happens with players like Terry, we’ll end up swapping stories and talking about great personalities. I think John Calahan may come up.Let’s talk with Terry.
This episode of the podcast is taken from my recent Facebook Live in which I chat with Terry Robb Head of Personal Banking at Ulster Bank. Financial fraud is becoming more prevalent so protecting your money whilst shopping particularly in the run up to Christmas is really important.I’ve teamed up with Ulster Bank over the next few weeks to contribute to the ‘TAKE FIVE TO STOP FRAUD’ national campaign from Financial Fraud Action UK and the UK Government.We kicked off on Black Friday (which one you say J) and are creating and posting tips to help keep you safe – videos, blogs, Instagram stories and Facebook and Twitter posts out with practical advice to prevent scams in the run up to Christmas. Terry chats about the common types of fraud and scams which can impact people as well as sharing simple and effective ways which people can protect themselves. We chat about the 'Take 5 to Stop Fraud' Stop and Think when you receive a request to move money. A genuine bank or organisation will never contact you out of the blue to ask for your PIN, full password or to move money to another account.Only give out your personal or financial details to use a service that you have given your consent to, that you trust and that you are expecting to be contacted by.When clicking on links or files, don’t be tricked into giving someone access to your personal or financial details.Never automatically click on a link in an unexpected email or text. This podcast is sponsored by Ulster Bank Northern Ireland, I believe it’s sound advice which is why I’m working with the bank on this campaign. As always, all views and opinions are my own.
Terry Robb: CC#79 - From his new album to deep Blues to Jimmy Durante
Oregon Music News
November 1, 2016Back in the cupping room at World Cup Coffee and Tea again for another in the endless series of OMN’s Coffeeshop Conversations.I’m Tom D’Antoni and with me today is the legendary and extremely celebrated Blues guitarist, composer and producer Terry Robb.He’s in the Oregon Music Hall of fame.He won the Cascade Blues Association’s Best Guitarist Muddy Award so many times, they had to stop their membership from nominating him any more and named the damned award after him.It’s always fun to catch up with Terry. I have the feeling we’re just going to sit here and bullshit about music, but first we’ll talk about Cool on the Bloom, his new album.We’ll hear a track from it, too.