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Parkindale Productions Maritime Melting Pot Radio Hour and It's host Derrick Beardsworth bring you an hour of the past, present and future of maritime music. Derrick will also keep you up to date on the artist touring through Atlantic Canada.Original air date March 4 2020
Parkindale Productions Maritime Melting Pot Radio Hour and It's host Derrick Beardsworth bring you an hour of the past, present and future of maritime music. Derrick will also keep you up to date on the artist touring through Atlantic Canada.Original air date Feb 26 2020
Parkindale Productions Maritime Melting Pot Radio Hour and It's host Derrick Beardsworth bring you an hour of the past, present and future of maritime music. Derrick will also keep you up to date on the artist touring through Atlantic Canada.
ECMA Adventure Show

ECMA Adventure Show

2020-02-1701:09:48

This episode we have a purpose, our little place in the cosmic plan. And that purpose is to talk about and share all the amazing talent and hard work coming out of Atlantic Canada right now. We found no better way to do that then discuss this years ECMA award nominees and share some of their music. So sit back with your favorite beverage and join us on this adventure.
This is a rare one. Almost a part 2 of their Parkindale Podcast with us. We don't usually drag podcast guests into our adventure show shenanigans. We where just having such a great time with these two we figured we'd let them join the party....or continue the party in this case. After tipping back some (several) Graystone pints we let the music roll. All of us got a chance to discover and share some new music and stories with like minded friends.That's what it's all about.
We had the chance to catch up with Gordie and Jaxon after their show at Shepody House. These 2 traveled a long way and played a great show so we rewarded them with some Pints of Graystone and a podcast. We cover a little of everything in this one, from craft beer to man buns! We actually have 4 live tracks on this one and 2 studio at the end. All and all laughs where had, stories shared  and some great music played. Hope you enjoy as much as we did!
This year The Rising Tide Music Festival had many facets. Taking care of the overall visual arts side of things where the Devilish Duo, Brook Martin And Emma Delaney. They where hired by Friends of Fundy as artist interns to work in Fundy National Park. They set up an arts center in Alma NB in relation with the NB College of Craft and Design, that was created for various trades to share their knowledge and passion around the arts and crafts. We had a chance to catch up with the Devilish Duo during rising tide to see what two Fine Arts students spent their summer doing at Fundy National Park.
The Friday night of The Rising Tide Music Festival was a special treat. We where treated to a night of drama, storytelling, music,dance and visual arts brought to you by the performing arts group from PEI, Mi'kmaq Legends. The Mi'kmaq Legends work with Indigenous youth to bring Mi'kmaq legends to the stage based on traditional Mi'kmaq Legends.We caught up with Richard, Julie and Jessica after their performance that night to sit and chat with us. The powerful intro to this podcast was taken directly from their website. To learn more and see the accompanying video to their introhttps://www.mikmaqlegends.com/ 
Another new part of The Rising Tide Music Festival this year was expanding into the community. This podcast showcases 2 acts from the region playing shows in neighboring towns to Fundy National Park. In this case it was Jason Haywood Trio at the historical Albert County Courthouse in Hopewell Cape NB, and The Hypochondriacs at Parkindale Hall in Elgin NB. Parkindale Productions was lucky enough to have been able to put these shows on and sit with the artists right after they got off stage. You'll also be treated to 4 songs within this podcast, two from each act.   
Derrick and Matt sit down with Malak and Crystalena in the middle of their first east coast tour. We get a chance to talk about The Voice middle east, dark twisty pop and how these two met amongst many other topics.  The conversation even dives into the music industry itself. We have a song each from both ladies as well as a cover by the pair to open the episode. Hope you enjoy. 
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