Radio Free Kaslo host Randy Morse takes listeners on a global holiday musical tour, visiting some countries that have a special place in his heart.
RADIO FREE KASLO host Randy Morse is joined by Kaslo Jazz Etc. Festival Executive Director, Paul Hinrichs, to discuss the decision to cancel this year’s version of the renowned festival with its signature floating stage, and what the future may hold in store for the event. The podcast also features songs by some of the artists who had been scheduled to perform in Kaslo this summer. Enjoy!
Host Randy Morse chats with husband-wife team, Carolyn Schmidt and Cian Dalton, owners of Vancouver’s The Stretch Space, who are poised to launch the 30-Day Mobility Challenge — an opportunity to enhance your useable mobility, shape better body awareness, build better breath patterns, come away with a toolbox of exercises, and move toward creating a body that can do more things — for life!
Under the rubric, “We’re All In This Together,” RADIO FREE KASLO host Randy Morse interviews Kaslo Food Security Coordinator, Patrick Steiner on today’s podcast. The Kaslo Food Cupboard is bursting with food, and is an amazing resource for anyone in the North Kootenay Lake region affected economically by the COVID-19 pandemic. Just give them a call, at (250) 353-7120, or email (email@example.com) to arrange a time to swing by and stock up on two weeks’-worth of nutritious food — and it’s absolutely free!
This quaint reading of J.R.R. Tolkein’s THE HOBBIT was recorded in late March/early April, 2020, during the global coronavirus pandemic. It was performed by eight old friends in the tiny mountain village of Kaslo, British Columbia, in the hope it would bring pleasure and a bit of respite from the fear and isolation caused by the virus’ spread among listeners, young (most especially) and old alike.
Margaret Ann Winn
Lynn van Deursen
Paul van Deursen
Randy Morse (who also produced the recording)
Be brave — and be well!
On today’s Kootenay Co-op Radio’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast, host Randy Morse plays songs featuring Simon & Garfunkle, Bonnie Raitt, Canned Heat, Charles Aznavour & Edith Piaf, Alexandra Whittingham, Cat Stevens, The Beatles, and Emmy Lou Harris. A perfect listing lineup for a physically isolated Friday — or weekend, or any day of the week — especially for those of you out there on the front lines, risking your health for the sake of others. Enjoy!
Host Randy Morse features tunes from the Playing for Change project, bringing together amazing musicians — some, are familiar names, like Robbie Robertson, Taj Mahal, and Ringo Starr — but most you’ll never have heard of, fantastic players and singers from, literally, every corner of the earth. Perfect for listening while hunkered down in splendid isolation!
On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast, host Randy Morse talks about what’s happening right now re. COVID-19 in Canada generally, and the tiny BC village of Kaslo specifically. Underscoring that we’re ALL in this together, he also gives a shout out to family & friends around the world — and plays a few lovely tunes!