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SURFING INDIGENOUS WAVES

Surfing Indigenous Waves By Jorge Antonio Vallejos Is radio dead?  Some think so.  Many say so.  I guess they haven’t listened to Indigenous Waves Radio on CIUT 89.5 FM. Even better would be for doubters to be on the show … Continue reading

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CELEBRATING ABORIGINAL HISTORY MONTH 2011: A SONG BY THE JOHNNYS

The Johnnys are loud, fast, and fun!   I met The Johnnys last month at the Hard Rock Cafe in Toronto.  A fun bunch, they are kind, charismatic, and very chill. Interviewing Veronica Johnny and Oriana Barbato for XTRA!, The … Continue reading

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CELEBRATING ABORIGINAL HISTORY MONTH 2011: INTERVIEW WITH VERONICA JOHNNY

Fronted by the charismatic presence of six-foot, leather-clad Cree Veronica Johnny, The Johnnys sound is an eclectic mix of punk, garage, ’70s hard rock and ’50s rock’n’roll. Originally from the Northwest Territories, the band has built a reputation as an incendiary … Continue reading

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