Couldn’t help thinking of one of my favorite Canadian radio stars when Eric started talking about concussions. What on earth is he talking about when he says a drug will help with the effects of head smashes?
Start at 25:29 for Bobby.
An unlikely pairing for an interview. Wish Gordie could clear his throat .
Over the course of a career that has lasted more than half a century, Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot has achieved global stardom and exceptional influence. Bob Dylan’s a fan—he’s said, “I can’t think of any [Lightfoot songs] I don’t like.” These songs—“Beautiful,” “Sundown,” “If You Could Read My Mind,” and many others—have been treasured by generations of popular musicians and listeners around the world. But Gordon Lightfoot was just one of many aspirants who moved to Toronto in th
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* Published: 2016-10-25 12:00:00 AM
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Reminds me of this painful interview.
Canadian comedian and former Royal Canadian Air Farce actor Dave Broadfoot has died at age 90, his family confirmed to CBC News.
The Howard Stern show was at its best when Artie was there.