LATH EP. 06 – Judith Morrissey, Keiffer McLean & Colter Wall

Welcome to episode five of Live at the Hague featuring Judith Morrissey, Keiffer McLean and Colter Wall.
This episode of Live at the Hague was recorded at one of our Behind The Songs concerts, Behind the Songs is a monthly series that features Canadian musicians in a “songwriter circle” format.
We take songwriters from various backgrounds, put them together on stage, and invite them to share their songs, the stories behind the songs, and a bit about their writing process with the audience.
It was recorded live in the Hague Gallery at the Creative City Centre in downtown Regina, Saskatchewan.
For more information about the Creative City Centre and upcoming events, including future Behind the Songs concerts, please visit creativecitycentre.ca. You can also follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.
The theme music for “Live at the Hague” was written and performed by Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Danny Olliver.
If you like what you hear, and you would like to attend a live recording, please visit creativecitycentre.ca for details about upcoming events.
This podcast was made possible through the generous support of Conexus Credit Union. Live at the Hague is a program originating from the Creative City Centre, also supported by the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Department of Canadian Heritage and the City of Regina.

Live at the Hague EP. 05 – Amy Nelson, Belle Plaine & Blake Berglund

Welcome to episode five of Live at the Hague featuring Amy Nelson, Belle Plaine and Blake Berglund.

 

This episode of Live at the Hague was recorded at one of our Behind The Songs concerts, Behind the Songs is a monthly series that features Canadian musicians in a “songwriter circle” format.

 

We take songwriters from various backgrounds, put them together on stage, and invite them to share their songs, the stories behind the songs, and a bit about their writing process with the audience.

 

It was recorded live in the Hague Gallery at the Creative City Centre in downtown Regina, Saskatchewan.

 

For more information about the Creative City Centre and upcoming events, including future Behind the Songs concerts, please visit creativecitycentre.ca. You can also follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

The theme music for “Live at the Hague” was written and performed by Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Danny Olliver.

 

If you like what you hear, and you would like to attend a live recording, please visit creativecitycentre.ca for details of upcoming events.
This podcast was made possible through the generous support of Conexus Credit Union. Live at the Hague is a program originating from the Creative City Centre, also supported by the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Department of Canadian Heritage and the City of Regina.

Live at the Hague EP. 04 – Mute Banshee

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Welcome to Live at the Hague – a podcast series recorded at the Creative City Centre in the Hague Gallery, a third floor concert venue and visual art gallery.

 

The latest episode of Live at the Hague features the poetry and music of Saskatoon duo Mute Banshee, also know as Chelsea Martin and Melissa Gan.

 

Mute Banshee is an amalgamation of music and spoken word. A complimentary duo creating an ambient

soundscape through violin looping and chilling imagery born of carefully placed wordings. It is thought

provoking with an overall sense of hopelessness and foreboding, this journey is not for the faint of heart.

 

You can find out more about Mute Banshee on Facebook and Bandcamp.

For more information about the Creative City Centre and upcoming events, please visit our events page.

 

Music for Live at the Hague is provided by Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Danny Olliver.

 

This podcast was made possible through the generous support of Conexus Credit Union.  Live at the Hague is a program originating from the Creative City Centre, also supported by the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Department of Canadian Heritage and the City of Regina.

 

You can subscribe to Live at the Hague via iTunes and Stitcher radio from your desktop, iOS or Android device so you don’t miss an episode. Stay tuned for future episodes!

 

Live at the Hague Ep. 2 with guest Chimwemwe Undi

 

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Welcome to the second episode of Live at the Hague! A podcast series recorded at the Creative City Centre in the Hague Gallery, a third floor concert venue and visual art gallery.

 

In this episode, I am really excited to share a performance and interview with Winnipeg spoken word artist Chimwemwe Undi. Chim is an avid human, a laugh track and a poet. She was a featured artist at the 2014 Canadian Festival of Spoken Word, and is currently a director of Winnipeg’s Voices, Ink. Youth Slam and a returning ensemble member at the upcoming Victoria Spoken Word Festival. Her full name is 24 points in Scrabble. Chim’s work grapples with identity, love, mental illness and why Beyonce won’t text her back.

 

It was recorded live on February 20, 2015 in the Hague Gallery at the Creative City Centre in downtown Regina, Saskatchewan.

 

The theme music for “Live at the Hague” was written and performed by Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Danny Olliver.

 

If you like what you hear, and you would like to attend a live recording, please visit the events page on our website for details about upcoming events.

 

This podcast was made possible through the generous support of Conexus Credit Union. Live at the Hague is a program originating from the Creative City Centre, also supported by the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Department of Canadian Heritage and the City of Regina.
You can subscribe to Live at the Hague via iTunes and Stitcher radio from your desktop, iOS or Android device so you don’t miss an episode. Stay tuned for future episodes!

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Introducing Live at the Hague!

 

Welcome toLive at the Hague Logo v_3 the first episode of Live at the Hague – a podcast series recorded at the Creative City Centre in the Hague Gallery, a third floor concert venue and visual art gallery.

 

This episode of of Live at the Hague features former Waltons’ frontman Jason Plumb, singer – songwriter and instrumentalist Keiran Semple and indie folk artist  Poor Nameless Boy.

 

It was recorded live on February 21, 2015 in the Hague Gallery at the Creative City Centre in downtown Regina, Saskatchewan. For more information about the Creative City Centre and upcoming events, including future Behind the Songs concerts, please visit our events page.

 

 Music for Live at the Hague is provided by Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Danny Olliver.

 

This podcast was made possible through the generous support of Conexus Credit Union.  Live at the Hague is a program originating from the Creative City Centre, also supported by the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Department of Canadian Heritage and the City of Regina.

 

You can subscribe to Live at the Hague via iTunes and Stitcher radio from your desktop, iOS or Android device so you don’t miss an episode. Stay tuned for future episodes!

 

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