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Sass Jordan

T'agrada el blues?

El programa d'aquesta setmana presenta l'últim disc de la cantant anglocanadenca Sass Jordan (Birmingham - Regne Unit - 1962), blueswoman d'una gran força interpretativa i malauradament poc coneguda al nostre país. Aquest bon disc de versions de grans blues farà gaudir als oients per la seva bondat i la valenta interpretació. Sass Jordan (títol CD: "Rebel Moon Blues")"Leaving trunk" - "My babe" - "Am I wrong" - "One way out" - "Palace of the king" - "The key" - "Too much alcohol" - "Still got the blues"Pi de la Serra en directe: "Handmade blues"

53mins

13 Jan 2021

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SOM Session - Sass Jordan - July 27, 2020

Sound of Music Sessions

Yeah, this one was fun! Sass Jordan drops by the virtual SOM Session Studio to chat about wine, Brent's Birthday and some shows that she may or may not have played that Myles may or may not have seen. Also....don't believe everything you read on the internet! Check it out!

39mins

27 Jul 2020

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Sass Jordan | Welcome To The Music

Welcome with Karim Kanji

Sass Jordan has one of the most powerful voices in all of rock and roll.The Canadian JUNO and Billboard Best Female Rock Vocalist award winner Sass Jordan recently released her new album, Rebel Moon Blues.Rebel Moon Blues charts a new course in Jordan’s musical voyage while tracing her love of the blues back to its source. All killer and no filler, the album features the inimitably raspy rock goddess jubilantly celebrating the songs, sounds and styles of everyone from old masters like Willie Dixon, Elmore James and Freddie King to younger, louder guns like Gary Moore and Rory Gallagher.A pioneer of powerful, gritty female-fronted rock, Sass Jordan has worked alongside fellow greats like Aerosmith, the Rolling Stones, AC/DC, and Van Halen, among many more.She has toured with A Bowie Celebration, the critically acclaimed, one-of-a-kind roving tribute to the late legend, David Bowie, featuring a distinct alumni of former band mates.Born in Britain and raised in Montreal, Sass Jordan launched her solo career with the single “Tell Somebody” from her 1988 debut of the same name, garnering national acclaim and a JUNO Award for Most Promising Female Vocalist.Throughout her career, she’s earned three more nominations for Best Female Vocalist thanks to albums like Racine (1992), Rats (1994), Present (1997), Hot Gossip (2000), Get What You Give (2006), From Dusk Til Dawn (2009) and her side project S.U.N.’s album, Something Unto Nothing (2011) — along with singles like “Make You A Believer,” “You Don’t Have to Remind Me,” “Sun’s Gonna Rise” and 1992’s “Trust in Me,” a duet with Joe Cocker from the record-selling Bodyguard soundtrack.

54mins

2 Jul 2020

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Sass Jordan

Welcome To The Music

Sass Jordan has one of the most powerful voices in all of rock and roll.The Canadian JUNO and Billboard Best Female Rock Vocalist award winner Sass Jordan recently released her new album, Rebel Moon Blues.Rebel Moon Blues charts a new course in Jordan's musical voyage while tracing her love of the blues back to its source. All killer and no filler, the album features the inimitably raspy rock goddess jubilantly celebrating the songs, sounds and styles of everyone from old masters like Willie Dixon, Elmore James and Freddie King to younger, louder guns like Gary Moore and Rory Gallagher. A pioneer of powerful, gritty female-fronted rock, Sass Jordan has worked alongside fellow greats like Aerosmith, the Rolling Stones, AC/DC, and Van Halen, among many more. She has toured with A Bowie Celebration, the critically acclaimed, one-of-a-kind roving tribute to the late legend, David Bowie, featuring a distinct alumni of former band mates.Born in Britain and raised in Montreal, Sass Jordan launched her solo career with the single “Tell Somebody” from her 1988 debut of the same name, garnering national acclaim and a JUNO Award for Most Promising Female Vocalist. Throughout her career, she’s earned three more nominations for Best Female Vocalist thanks to albums like Racine (1992), Rats (1994), Present (1997), Hot Gossip (2000), Get What You Give (2006), From Dusk Til Dawn (2009) and her side project S.U.N.'s album, Something Unto Nothing (2011) — along with singles like “Make You A Believer,” “You Don't Have to Remind Me,” “Sun's Gonna Rise” and 1992's “Trust in Me,” a duet with Joe Cocker from the record-selling Bodyguard soundtrack.

1hr 17mins

2 Jul 2020

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Sass Jordan, Crystal Shawanda, 90+ minutes with Victor Wainwright

Music On The Couch

SASS JORDANSass will join me to talk about her remarkable career that has spanned over 25 years.  Her new album Rebel Moon was released this month and we will talk about her journey while we listen to the tunesCRYSTAL SHAWANDACrystal has delivered her sophomore album, Church House Blues, a collection of 9 songs including 7 originals, Crystal and I will talk about the road she has traveled and more.VICTOR WAINWRIGHT – COUCH KID NEW MUSICVictor and I are going to just sit and talk about his world and the music on the new album, Memphis Loud, which was to drop the 24th of April…but has been delayed.  Hear it here First! There is no time limit for our talk…

3hr 1min

14 Apr 2020

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Sass Jordan is Making a Scene

Making a Scene Presents

Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Sass Jordan! The roots that grew Canada’s Queen of Rock, Sass Jordan, started in Europe and edged across the pond to the veins of metal pulsing in the musical metallurgy of Montreal in the 70’s. Montreal’s burgeoning ’70’s scene included a ‘no holds barred’ approach to glam, punk, blues, prog, metal, country, jazz, folk, with the added attraction of a homegrown sound created by the Quebecois artists of the decade, unique to the landscape and pertinent to the denizens of the period. There was no better musical place to be in the ’70’s- and this was the backdrop that nurtured one of the pioneers of female fronted rock – Sass Jordan.

49mins

10 Apr 2020

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353 - Sass Jordan - Rebel Moon Blues

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Canadian rocker Sass Jordan is probably best known in the States for a pair of gritty albums in the mid-90’s and hit singles like “Make You a Believer” and “High Road Easy.” She won a Juno award for Most Promising Female Vocalist of 1989, she’s portrayed Janis Joplin in the off-Broadway musical Love Janis, and she dueted with Joe Cocker on a song from the Bodyguard soundtrack. But, all along, the best word to describe Sass is REAL. Her latest project, Rebel Moon Blues, embodies that description, featuring seven blues covers, casting a wide net over the genre – from Willie Dixon and Elmore James, to Rory Gallagher and Taj Mahal. Plus, she’s written a brand new original that fits in perfect with this hallowed material. Everything was done live in the studio with her signature, whiskey-soaked vocals over top.Sass talks about the origin of this project and the fun process of picking the songs. Plus she talks about how she was able to have raw rock hits, even during the height of Grunge.

26mins

8 Apr 2020

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Sass Jordan: Toronto Mike'd #588

Toronto Mike'd Podcast

Mike chats with rock star Sass Jordan about her career in the music biz, being a judge on Canadian Idol, how rich she got from appearing on The Bodyguard soundtrack, her tryout to replace Sammy Hagar in Van Halen, and so much more.

1hr 24mins

21 Feb 2020

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Sass Jordan

Make A Scene Canada

New Season kicks off with Sass Jordan Make a Scene Canada with host Cherelle Jardine on Pacific Northwest Radio.Cherelle's musical guest is Sass Jordan.Tune in www.pacificnorthwestradio.com  every Tuesday night at 7 pm PST and click on the tower. MASC is sponsored by Zed Productions. Zed Productions is a full service Production company, offering the best studios and services to suit your project and budget. From recording to mixing and mastering, contact Sheldon ZaharkoPacific Northwest Radio Cherelle Jardine Zed Productions Sheldon Zaharko Sass Jordan #sassjordan#zedproductions #sheldonzaharko #cherellejardine#MakeaSceneCanada #PacificNorthWestRadio #canadianmusicsccene#pnwr #canadianmusicpodcast Support the show.

56mins

9 Oct 2019

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Sass Jordan, Canada's Queen of Rock

Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive!

I have such a good fun show for you today with the fabulous Sass Jordan. This episode is really what I hoped all episodes would be like, a fun and casual conversation about life in the arts. It helped that I have known and worked with Sass for many years so I was comfortable. With others, I’m still learning how to build that rapport so it becomes a conversation and less of a question and answer interview. Anyways for those who do not know Sass Jordan, she is Canada’s Queen of Rock. In her 30 years in the spotlight, she has gotten to work with many of her influences including Aerosmith, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Cheap Trick, Santana, Joe Cocker, Styx, Rodger Hodgson, and countless others. She has won various awards, including Juno and Billboard, and has sold over a million records world-wide. She also had a short-lived acting career playing Janis Joplin in the off-Broadway hit, Love Janis and as a featured character in the television series Sisters. She tells a hilarious story of how she auditioned for a role on a Die Hard movie and shocked everyone on the set by walking out because she didn’t want to die on screen. And she was one of the judges on Canadian Idol.

1hr 7mins

9 May 2019

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