Radio Free Kaslo March 22, 2019

On today’s podcast, host Randy Morse joins über-talented musician Steven Lee, seated at a keyboard at the Langham Cultural Centre, for a fascinating chat and some fantastic LIVE music!   Produced by Chris Cullen      

Radio Free Kaslo, March 8, 2019

On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast, host Randy Morse visits with Gillian Maxwell and Richard Kay, founders of the The Sentinel, a spectacular retreat and wellness centre overlooking fjord-like Kootenay Lake, just south of the charming alpine village of Kaslo — where new Kaslo band The Spotted Owls are playing BTW, Saturday, March 9th —Continue reading “Radio Free Kaslo, March 8, 2019”

Radio Free Kaslo, February 8, 2019

On today’s Radio Free Kaslo podcast, host Randy Morse chats with Kaslo-based musician and mindfulness coach, Sonya Franke.          

Radio Free Kaslo, January 18, 2019

On today’s podcast version of RADIO FREE KASLO, host Randy Morse chats with Kaslo-based luthier-in-training and musician, Kevin John. Enjoy the conversation, featuring three songs recorded live in the historic Langham Theatre. Produced by Chris Cullen.    

Radio Free Kaslo, January 11, 2019

On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast, host Randy Morse chats with solo artist & Spotted Owls bandmate Dom Fraissard, about Dom’s musical journey from Australia to Canada, and his upcoming concert at Kaslo’s historic Langham Theatre on January 18th. Featuring several of Dom’s haunting originals, including a live performance. Enjoy!      

Radio Free Kaslo, November 23, 2018

On today’s show, host Randy Morse chats with young — and talented — Kaslo-based musician, Chris Cullen. Enjoy!        

Radio Free Kaslo October 5, 2018

On today’s Radio Free Kaslo podcast, host Randy Morse chats with Emma Cloney and Dale Brown of Winnipeg’s awesome folk band, The New Customs — recorded live in Kaslo’s historic Langham Theatre. Enjoy!           

Radio Free Kaslo August 10, 2018

Kaslo Jazz Etc. Festival 2018 is in the books. Great music, great venue, great vendors, great volunteers — but is that everyone’s view? Multi-day live music events are complicated. Especially “big” ones like Kaslo Jazz. On any given day the festival attracts three times the population of the tiny (pop. 1,000) village of Kaslo toContinue reading “Radio Free Kaslo August 10, 2018”