Is February being the designated month for black history celebration a hard fact to digest for you because hey, it’s the shortest month of the year and the coldest one too??
(Canada life ya’ll)
… Girl, you’re not alone. (Girl includes everyone to simplify text) Since there is no real solution to it, fleur-it, let’s make it great. I, Elena Stoodley, will host CKUT radio’s next Montreal Sessions a Black February Month edition , every Tues. 3-5pm @ www.ckut.ca or on your radio machine @ 90.3fm in Montreal. ++ A new theme every Tuesday ++
CKUT is proud to announce that our programmers are nominated for the Anglophone Community Radio Personality of Year. We cleaned up on this category because you know CKUT is full of personality and no matter what - we are all winners. Congrats to Andy Williams & Scott C of The Goods, Ms. Pat Dillon Moore host of Bhum Bhum Time, Mr. Butcher T - Butcher T’s Noon Time Cuts, Mr. Howard “Stretch” Carr, host of West Indian Rhythms and Stephen “Ziplox” Hennesey host of Ill Groove Garden. GALA DYNASTIE
Spike Taylor is a local artist and piano tuner. His projects can be found at the harmonist. Each Wed. in March, will feature unusual piano music from around the world, spanning the ages. He will share stories of the piano technician trade and of the instrument itself. Each week will build towards Piano Day – a new global initiative celebrated on the 88th day of the year. CKUT and The Harmonist are co-presenting a Piano Day event at Sala Rossa on March 29 featuring the music of Montreal poet/hero Leonard Cohen in a fundraiser for a new used piano for the street youth outreach centre Dans-La-Rue.