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 splendidContinue reading “Radio Free Kaslo, March 27, 2020”
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!Continue reading “Radio Free Kaslo, March 20, 2020”
On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast, host Randy Morse and his witty wife, Janet Mayfield, chat about, well, absolutely nothing in particular, over a late lunch at Kaslo’s Treehouse Restaurant. Small town conversation, big-fun radio!
On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast, host Randy Morse is joined by two Grade 8 student co-hosts from Kaslo’s J.V. Humphries School, Uriah Smith and Isaac Davidson. Today’s show features interviews with local adults about their professions, conducted by Isaac and Uriah’s classmates. A great example of grassroots community programming — and a fun listen,Continue reading “Radio Free Kaslo, January 24, 2020”
On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO, host Randy Morse chats with business consultant and author, Blair Enns, about art, creativity, and “why Kaslo?” They thankfully avoided the subject of why Liverpool FC is so good, while Arsenal sucks.
On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast, host Randy Morse chats with Kaslo’s Kuimba Choir conductor, Tamara Sunsong and plays a few of the choir’s songs, recorded live in historic St. Andrews United Church by Chris Cullen.
Kaslo Jazz Etc. Festival prides itself on its inclusiveness — and its accessibility. Here’s a conversation with a valued Vollie who gets around the site just fine, despite some serious physical issues.
Fabulous music. A magnificent setting. Throngs of beautiful, happy people. And yoga! Check out this conversation with Anjali — and join her for the next free public yoga session, in front of the Workshop stage, at Kaslo Jazz Etc. Festival — aka Alpine Nirvana!
We’ve got to admit, we’re getting greener — a little greener all the time! Kaslo Jazz is working hard to reduce its environmental footprint. For example, as of this year, no more nasty plastic water bottles are being sold on the festival site! Here’s a quick chat with two young women — Andie from Toronto,Continue reading “Girls Go Green at Kaslo Jazz Etc.!”