80 - Social Distance Warrior w/ Landon Barrowman and Celeigh Cardinal
Learning to Listen
Learning to Listen 80 - Social Distance Warrior w/ Landon Barrowman and Celeigh Cardinal The OG crew is back w Landon Barrowman and we talk about Having kids, Essential services, Quarantine Netflix, Punk rock bathrooms, Super Soakers, Band merch, Wet'suwet'en protests and Conspiracies, Dunning Kruger syndrome, Walmart and Canadian Tire are open, Big Brother is now your tattle tale little sister, Isolation buddies, Remember shows? Who has Covid-19? Tide suppositories, What has Celeigh been up too? Landon’s illegitimate child, Israeli Keyes, Too Hot to Handle, Ex-Men, Bathroom Stories, Quarantine fashion, Ethical Oil? Non Playing Character or Well of Souls, and April Lavinge marriages. Today's Music: Whiskey Wagon - JukeBox Feat. Celeigh Cardinal. Go check out their stuff from their Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/whiskeywagonyeg/ All music used with permission --- Check out our new YouTube channel. Email us at email@example.com And hey, come check out our Patreon! Your support would really help to keep this show going. Plus, you'll get to hear our new bonus segments. Rate and review us on iTunes! Follow us on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
This week Z. speaks with the high priestess of Canadiana soul, Celeigh Cardinal. Growing up without having much connection to her indigenous heritage, Celeigh recently reconnected to the vibrant native community in Edmonton and has become a role model for young singers who may never have had the courage to make a name for themselves in Canada’s rich festival and concert circuit. In 2018 she was named the Indigenous Artist of the Year in Western Canada, and she just became the first indigenous DJ to get her own show on CKUA radio which reaches far across the Canadian prairies.
With a slew of award nominations for her debut album, Everything and Nothing At All (2017), there's no doubt Métis singer/songwriter Celeigh Cardinal has a bright future ahead of her. But in addition to her budding music career, she also co-hosts her own podcast, runs a non-profit organization for emerging artists and loves to travel. In this week’s episode of Beyond The Mic, Celeigh chats about her competitive nature, opening for the Beach Boys and a whole lot more.
We welcome amazing musicians and all around funny people, Celeigh Cardinal and Andrew Scott, onto the podcast! In between some great songs we find time to talk about hidden sex toys and comb overs. Take part in the sex quiz that we do and see how you fare! Find Celeigh online at www.celeighcardinal.com and Andrew at www.andrewscottsolo.ca