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21 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Alan Doyle. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Alan Doyle, often where they are interviewed.

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21 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Alan Doyle. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Alan Doyle, often where they are interviewed.

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[Full episode] Tayla Parx, Alan Doyle, John Wilson

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Hitmaker Tayla Parx tells us what it's like to sing her own story after writing big songs for the likes of Ariana Grande, Mariah Carey, Janelle Monáe and many more. Singer-songwriter Alan Doyle recounts some of the funny and cautionary tales from his new book All Together Now: A Newfoundlander's Light Tales for Heavy Times. Filmmaker John Wilson talks about his quirky, poignant and surprisingly tender new HBO docuseries How To with John Wilson.
Nov 25 2020 · 59mins
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Alan Doyle's Suppertime Singalong, ketchup wars & vaccine rollout

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Canadian musician and actor Alan Doyle about the return of The Suppertime Singalong

Pop Culture Media Expert Elissa Freeman joined in about the Ketchup wars in Leamington.

Vaccine researcher, Dr. Iris Gorfinkel talks about what might happen with a Canadian vaccine rollout.

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Nov 18 2020 · 23mins

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Alan Doyle + Jake Clemons

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This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast we meet Great Big Sea's Alan Doyle who stops by to talk about his new book "All Together Now" and tell us why St. John's has one of the best pub cultures in North America.

Then Jake Clemons, saxophone player for the E Street Band discusses his Uncle Clarence and working with Bruce Springsteen.
Oct 23 2020 · 38mins
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148: Alan Doyle joins us to talk about whisky and music!

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Best known as the lead singer from Great Big Sea, Alan Doyle is a folk singer, author, and actor. He joins us on the podcast to talk about the long history of whisky and music in pop culture, folk music, country music, and Celtic music. Why do so many songs include whisky? Alan Doyle gives us the answer! No spoilers.

Follow Alan Doyle on Twitter

Alan Doyle raises money for Kids Help Phone

Also mentioned:  Lamb’s Palm Breeze Rum 1948 Newfoundland referendums

Buy Alan’s book: A Newfoundlander in Canada: Always Going Somewhere, Always Coming Home

Follow Jamie on Twitter and Instagram Follow Mark on Twitter and Instagram Get Mark’s book: The Whisky Cabinet

Support the podcast (and get great perks) on Patreon. Get your latest whisky reviews on whisky.buzz! You can find this week’s patron exclusive content here

This podcast was edited and mixed by Bryan Goman. The theme song is licensed in thanks to Alan Doyle! It's available on iTunes.

Mar 26 2020 · 51mins
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Stereo Embers The Podcast: Alan Doyle (Great Big Sea)

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“Reverb As Long As A Hockey Rink”

That’s how Alan Doyle describes the music he loved so much in the ‘80s. A huge fan of Def Leppard, the Newfoundland-born Doyle may have been a metalhead as a teenager, but he always had folk music in his blood. He played in his Uncle’s band as a young man, but branched out on his own in his early 20s to form Great Big Sea. One of Canada’s most beloved bands of all time, GBS may no longer be around, but Doyle has stayed very busy indeed. In this conversation he talks to Alex about challenging himself by working in different genres, and why it’s so hard to say no. They also chat about the community spirit of Newfoundland, Doyle’s new EP Rough Side Out and why at this point in his life Doyle feels inclined to say, “What the fuck do I know about the Coronavirus?"
Feb 19 2020 · 54mins
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LTD s03e03: Alan Doyle of GREAT BIG SEA!

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My guest today is Alan Doyle of Great Big Sea! An absolute honour and pleasure chatting with him! His new solo EP 'Rough Side Out' is available now! Check out https://alandoyle.ca/ for tour dates and more. Happy Valentine's Day!
Enjoy!

Music in this episode:
Intro - Great Big Sea - Ordinary Day
Mid ep: Alan Doyle - We Don't Wanna Go Home (ft. Dean Brody)
Outro - Alan Doyle - I Gotta Go (Live @ Juno Songwriter's Circle 2019)

Thank you to Alan Doyle & everyone else for letting us use their music!

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Theme Song written & performed by Steven MacDougall & Chris McAleenan
Guest Artwork by Bridget Higgins! (@bridget.remie on Instagram)
Podcast Logo artwork by Tim Murray! (@tmurrayart on Instagram)

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Feb 18 2020 · 21mins
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6. WATM Interview: Alan Doyle

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In this archived interview (2019), WATM founder Roger Seago III and Michael Meacham (Dixie Wrecked) sit down and share some beers with local hip hop artist Alan Doyle. They learn about his upbringing, the passion he has for his music, and how the Tulsa hip hop scene has expanded within the last decade.


Music Featured:

1. Alan Doyle – Panhandle the Vibe

2. Alan Doyle F/ Myron Oliver of Fuzed – The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

3. Alan Doyle – Date Night

4. Alan Doyle F/ Beau Tyler of We The Ghost – In Your Head

5. Alan Doyle – Another L

6. Alan Doyle F/ Mr. Burns, Big Rahb, and Charizma Joy – Can’t Go Back


Questions? Suggestions? Email us at wearetulsamusicpodcast@gmail.com, or any of the emails that your host mentions during the show. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast and leave us a review. Thanks for listening!

Feb 03 2020 · 1hr 9mins
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EP 91 | Alan Doyle Interview

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Who doesn’t like Alan Doyle? Artist. Actor. Author. The favorite son of Petty Harbour and all of Newfoundland.    His solo career after Great Big Sea has achieved lift-off in Canada and now USA and Britain.  I found him in Toronto, waiting out the monster snowstorm that took over the East Coast.  We’re talking about his new EP Rough Side Out. Due Valentines Day And his tour dates across the West starting Feb 25 in Lethbridge Followed by The Hat, Red Deer, Calgary. Edmonton, Lloydminster, Fort Mac & Grand Prairie.  Alan also reveals that this EP has a country lean, still with Maritime influences.  There’s a great cover of John Mellencamp’s  Paper in Fire from his game-changing Lonesome Jubilee.  A dollar from each ticket goes to his support of addiction and mental health organizations.
Jan 23 2020 · 38mins
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The Take with Alan Doyle

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This week on The Take, Tom Clark sits down with Canadian music icon and proud Newfoundlander, Alan Doyle. Together, they discuss how streaming services continue to disrupt the music industry, what we can do to protect this critical component of Canadian culture, and Alan’s take on how to approach the ballot box this election.

Sep 13 2019 · 28mins
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Mercier N Crew: Musician Alan Doyle and video game developer David Winter

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Jordan Mercier and Rapid Robert cover a wide range of topics including: the baseball hall of fame, the career of Doug Flutie, the worst Robin Hoods and play a game of 'Who is My Daddy'. Also, the boys speak with musician Alan Doyle and local video game developer David Winter.
Nov 26 2018 · 48mins
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