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Carla's Coffee House is a Live Interview show airing on HGB Canada. Twice per week Carla has new guests ranging from the completely unknown artist to Juno and Maple award winning artists. She doesn't stop there! She interviews artists from around the globe. Discover new music you have never heard and rediscover music and artists you already know in a new light!
If you hear an artist that you can't get enough of, please let us know! Your interaction is valuable! Support this podcast:
45 Episodes
The Dirt Road Angels

The Dirt Road Angels


The Dirt Road Angels joined me for a live performance! They are a 4 piece powerhouse of harmonies in Country Music from Edmonton Alberta!  --- Support this podcast:
  Together since 2005, the multi-talented, engaging singer/songwriters, Robert + Cailin, share lead vocals and spin stories, taking their songs to deeper places that captivate audiences and keeps fans coming back again and again. Touring extensively since 2015, Campbell +Green are currently booking shows across Canada throughout 2019 featuring their latest full length album, On Being Human. Their next European tour is booking for spring/summer 2020. Available as a duo, trio or combo. They currently live in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. --- Support this podcast:
Hot Indie Country

Hot Indie Country


Newest music to hit HGB Canada Radio!  --- Support this podcast:
We were so happy to have Francine Honey join the Coffee House. Francine is from Ontario and is making waves in the country music scene all over!  " Hard-luck stories can have happy endings. Especially in Francine Honey’s world. The bilingual Ontario singer-songwriter’s third album To Be Continued… features tales of heartache and struggle, loss and crisis — many drawn from her own life. Along the way, the down-to-earth performer also shares two fundamental lessons: You are not alone, and hope is always around the corner. A songwriter since childhood, and a former civil servant, Francine packs a lifetime of emotion into every song. Her music has taken her across Canada and the U.S., and on to the U.K., Switzerland and Italy. " Listen always on HGB Canada --- Support this podcast:
What an absolute fun episode! You will want to hear this one. Carla is sick with ears and throat, and Maddie keeps her on track throughout the interview. If you haven't heard of Maddie Mueller, then you will after this episode. Only 18 and already has been nominated for many Independent music awards such as the Josie's and ISSA! She is played all over the world, and she's Canada's very own rising star out of Barrie Ontario. Make sure you listen to us trying to do a duet on Oh Canada. I know Maddie.... I wasn't supposed to say LOL!  --- Support this podcast:
Wayne Schnare hosts the popular Nova Scotia radio show the Wolf's Den that is now syndicated on HGB Canada.  In this episode, we talk about the music scene in Nova Scotia, and Atlantic Canada as well as other issues that are close to Wayne's heart.  Want to get on the show? Contact Wayne!  --- Support this podcast:
T.S. Tadin is a native Torontonian and is just starting his solo career as a writer and artist. Residing in NY on residency, T.S., comes from a musical family in Ontario, and he is no stranger to the stage. He's got style! Don't miss this episode with his fresh off the press release - Dusty Road!  SPOTIFY  Hit him up for a Like on his Page, let him know you're listening!  This Sunday we will have Wayne Shnare on the show to talk about the Wolf's Den, a popular east coast and yes Canadian music show out of Nova Scotia.  --- Support this podcast:
Former Punk Rocker, Mississippi Jake had something more to say and moved from Punk to Folk, giving it a bit of an punkish edge in his delivery. Jake is from the Midwest USA and is presently on tour to support his two new projects with full bands. One, a rock project, two a folk band project, while still continuing to push his solo career. We had a blast!  You will to!  --- Support this podcast:
Man Without A Band

Man Without A Band


 BeaR E. Awesome, Man Without A Band, is getting ready to go find those members with a cross Canada tour. This project is certainly unusual but has been sparked out of necessity in the words of Bear. If you would like to be a part of this project, get a chance to audition for this once in a life time chance and be a part of a Web Series, you better listen to this!  And don't forget to find all things HGB CANADA all in one place! Support the arts! Support this Radio Show!  --- Support this podcast:
Satellites in Montreal- An Adult Alternative Sound coming from former member of Ladies of the Canyon! We had so much fun chatting about the music, the industry, social media and anything else that tickled our fancy.  Jasmine Bleile grew up in rural Ontario and got her start playing saxophone in the house jazz band of a local restaurant with supper club aspirations. She began singing after her bandmates encouraged her to give it a try and since then she’s lived enough for two lives. She went to and graduated from the police academy, decided against walking a beat, joined a country-folk band, got a record deal, toured the world, had a son and raised him right, and now she’s back with a new record." "After years of hiatus, the Montréal-based vocalist and musician is back, both wiser and wizened. She has left her old country-folk sound in the dust; it never quite fit. Today’s sound is smoother and more comfortable. If you said stronger you’d be right; if you said sexier you wouldn’t be wrong. But naming things is for other people. Call it blue-eyed soul. Call it rhythm and blues. Call it whatever you think it should be called --- Support this podcast:
Terry Ferris is an alumni of the Minto Country Music Wall of Fame, known for his TNT Classic Country Music Shows, and has had a top 10 hit on HGB Radio Canada! Carla talks to Terry about his music, what's coming up this music season for him, and showcases some  of Terry's originals. We have to say the wifi connection was acting a little funky, and the big surprise at the end of the show explains why! Don't forget to support this podcast through your monthly financial donation!  --- Support this podcast:
Connie is definately a song writer with something to say and experiences to share. She will steal your heart and make you think about the legacy we are leaving behind. Blues Rock, Canadiana is her speciality. Come listen to her story. She tells it best And make sure you like her on facebook!  --- Support this podcast:
 Dolly Dunn was born ( Christina Donahue ) on May 9th 1965 in a small town called Boyds Cove Newfoundland Canada. Her parents were Patrick Donahue of Boyds Cove and Bernadette Lynch of Island Harbour Fogo, both parents were Irish so that makes her all Irish, and she is the youngest girl of 11 siblings. Her love of country music started when she was 7, singing in church and school functions and to anyone who would listen. She received her first guitar at age 12 as a gift from her mother. She taught herself how to play and country was all she wanted to do. She moved to Alberta in her early Twenties with dreams of still singing for anyone who gave her the time. She has been married twice and has one son Rex LeDrew Jr age 24. Now twice divorced and single she still had that dream but not much faith in herself. Until someone told her that she had what it takes so she played at local clubs and did karaoke for years. At age 50 Dolly Dunn is taking steps to make a go of her music career and do what she loves to do and that is write and sing country music the old fashion way. She is a very simple and humble person who would give away her happiness for someone else to smile.....  --- Support this podcast:
Keep the alternative rock in the family! Still 18 is a Canadian band consisting of family members  Joey Ciotti, Samantha Ciotti, and Karen Ciotti. Coming to us from the Dominica Republic, Samantha fills us in on their new project and exciting news of more music to come! Check out the hilariously fun banana video . You may recognize the voice! Ex front man of Platinum Blonde, dad Joey. Samantha rocks the bass while her mom just one day got up and said she wanted to be part of the fun and got behind the drums. Don't miss this fun show! And if your craving some rock sounds, they promise not to disappoint.  --- Support this podcast:
You need inspiration? Come listen to this candid conversation with Molly Johnson and Carla. Molly is a mover and shaker in the Canadian cultural scene and continues to make her home in Toronto, what most Canadian's call the center of the universe tongue in cheek of course. Molly discusses her latest project in music plus takes us through some life wisdom on the arts, business, and trends throughout the world and Canada as well. She is a bit partial to this big lump of land. Here is a quote directly from her webpage  " Known as one of Canada’s greatest voices, award-winning jazz vocalist Molly Johnson is a mother, singer-songwriter, artist and philanthropist, who has just released her highly anticipated new album, “Meaning To Tell Ya”. Produced by multiple GRAMMY Award winning Producer, Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell, Tracy Chapman, Madeleine Peyroux, Melody Gardot, Norah Jones); it is more than a jazz record. It’s funk, it’s soul, it’s groove played by some of Canada’s best musicians. Says Molly: “Working with Larry was magic. When it was finally my turn, I jumped at the opportunity. This is a record I have been wanting to make for years. I can’t wait to share it with everyone!” Says Larry: “Molly has the kind of musical gift that cannot be cultivated by musical education or assiduous practice. She has great natural musical instincts, and an irresistible signature to her voice. She is a rare and wonderful talent.”  --- Support this podcast:
This segment of the show we explore some of the recent hidden gems that were sent to the station for airplay. We have Sue Foley,  Chelsea Stewart, Exco Levi,  Kenny Blues Boss Wayne, Melekai Joe, Nathan Bartgis Band and much more! Discover new to you music today!  Tuesday night we have Milly Johnson live on the phone with the Coffee House --- Support this podcast:
In Memory of John Wheaton

In Memory of John Wheaton


John Wheaton was a member of the St Stephen based country group " Running out of Time" He and his band mates hosted a Rogers Cable TV show called Southwest Jubilee which is a big success in New Brunswick. John was a song writer, a father and a good friend to many including me. I was able to speak to him briefly before his passing and I am glad to have had the chance to do so. John and his late wife Debbie traveled to visit my grandparents to make sure they were doing ok when they were both struggling with their own illnesses. His heart was made of pure gold and so was Debbie's. I hope you enjoy the show.  It was recorded live in St Stephen, New Brunswick, August 20, 2017 where John and his band calls home under the former title of  Carla's Country Mile. He will be missed.  --- Support this podcast:
You like Ricky Skaggs? Dan Seals? Or even Steve Goodman? Well then you will LOVE Luke Hendrickson.  Luke will be heading out on tour in a couple of weeks and please be sure to check out his webpage and go to a show if he's in your area! I do apologize for the poor quality sound. The wifi was weak this evening and we had to do a lot of dancing to get the show out so you will hear that at times. But listen beyond, because the music is awesome and so its the artist!  --- Support this podcast:
Wondering about New Brunswick Culture? Check it out on this crazy show! We have Matt Copeland (creator and writer) and Adam Landry (writer). We discuss the culture of New Brunswick and what goes on when creative comedians get together and want to do .... a tv show.  And once that is complete? Well a movie of course! Budget? a few bucks and a beer.  You won't want to miss this episode. I had a blast! You will too. Make sure you get this podcast spread all across the globe, get people listening, and subscribing! Indie is the best, bringing you local .... worldwide! You can now support this podcast directly from this page! --- Support this podcast:
  Narrative is nominated for Reggae Recording of the Year. This is Exco Levi’s seventh nomination, with five previous wins. Pop trivia: did you know five-time JUNO Award-winning Exco Levi sits at the helm of “best winning percentage” in the history of the prize? Compared to Anne Murray (52 nominations : 24 wins) and Celine Dion (72 nominations : 20 wins), Exco has won as many of the coveted Canadian awards as David Foster, Liona Boyd, and Glass Tiger, and more than Joni Mitchell, Kari, Deadmau5, and the Arkells. His five year sweep across six years includes Reggae Recording of the Year for Bleaching Shop (2012), Storms of Life (2013), Strive (2014), Welcome the King (2015) and Siren (2017). --- Support this podcast:
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