Kevin and Ryan pick thru a stack of Hamilton music and trade verbal licks on this special holiday version of Kevin’s Barber Shop. Enjoy some choice music from Captain Easy, Andrea Lake, Shawn Brush, The Vapids, Warsawpack, Dinner Belles, and Edgar Breau. Sit back and relax while we take a bit off the top – at Kevin’s Barber Shop.
This week on Kevin’s Barber Shop, Raymond Materick drops in to share some of his appreciable talent in the studio. A 40 year veteran of the music industry, Raymond Materick has been a prolific songwriter, his unique voice and vision a watermark on the Canadian landscape. Playing tracks from both his PEACE ON EARTH project as well as the brand new HOME SWEET HOME material, Raymond also shares his insights on the song writing process, the state of the industry, and plays live for our enjoyment. Sit back, turn it up, and enjoy a true Canadian song writing icon as he gives it up for you – on Kevin’s Barber Shop!
The banter is bountiful at Kevin’s Barber Shop this week as Kevin and Ryan welcome three members of Social Animals, a brazenly original outfit from here in Hamilton, Ontario. The streets can be a cruel place, they take and give, they carry our baggage and our dreams. No strangers to the hard road traveled, Chris and Christa Bradbury are joined by bassist Orange McFarland to chat and play live in the studio, swap stories and tell their story. So, consider yourself privileged to hear some new recorded material with drummer Dave Guild, just sit back and enjoy the vibe at Kevin’s Barber Shop with the life and times of Social Animals, another incredible talent from Hamilton.
Blind Mule founders Grahm Peacefull and Joey Baldicchi drop by the Barber Shop for a buzz. Talking about life, and life in music Episode 2 of The Barber Shop is a revelation of talent and passion. Listen in as Kevin and Ryan welcome two really cool heads to the show, and enjoy the minds and music of Blind Mule.
Delving into the musical depths of Hamilton Ontario, the inaugural episode of Kevin’s Barbershop rocks and rolls the Internet with a mixture of music, mirth and mayhem.
Don’t gets shaggy, stay sharp – visit the barbershop on a regular basis.
This week, Canadian rock and roll veteran Peter Arsenault sits in the chair while we cut his hair.