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Northern Ontario Mini-tour
The "Highway 17" swing
of the "Thank You Waitress" tour has come
to an end and by all accounts, it was a success.
CBC Radio One North (based in Sudbury) gave John's
latest album considerable attention while he was
up north, as did the print media. John was featured
in the Sault Star, and a trip to the "press"
page will hook you up with the interview John did with the
Star prior to his show in Sault Ste. Marie. The clip on the
right is from a Northern Ontario arts and entertainment magazine
Go to the "visuals" page
for some pictures of the show -- and some live video's on the
way as well.
again, John part of an "Expert Panel" on CBC Radio
1 this morning
It seems like every time there's a crisis --
in the world of professional hockey, that is -- John is called
upon by CBC Radio 1 to sort things
out. This time it was an Expert Panel on why the National Hockey
League's Ottawa Senators, arguably the best team (on paper anyway!!!)
in the NHL are on the verge of elimination by the Buffalo Sabres. Hear
it here (mp3)
Videos uncovered of Aug. '05 and April
'06 solo appearances
Some "bootleg" footage of John's solo
show in August 2005 at PJ Quigley's in Nepean, ON and April 2006
performance at The Georgetown in Ottawa, ON have been sent in
by a couple of people with video cameras at the shows. Go to
page and check out the live performances of "Punkrocktown",
"Thank You Waitress!" and "Cut 'n Dried" from
John's latest release, as well as a bizarre and humourous version
of "Cum on Feel the Noise"...
Solo show fundraiser for Salvation
John will be playing a short lunch-hour show
in Ottawa's Byward Market to help support those who help the
homeless and hungry. The music/variety show will be held at the Salvation
Army Chapel, Friday, April 21, 2006, 11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
in the Chapel at 171 George St. The cover is $5.00 and
all money raised will go toward the Salvation Army shelter. Also
on the bill will be musicians Mike Henry and Rigoberto Ortega.
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