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August 10, 2020
The digital realm has often collided with the natural world in surprising ways, none more so than outdoor/adventure podcasts that spin great outdoors yarns and impart sage advice about hunting techniques. At the top of this food chain proudly stands The MeatEater Podcast, a weekly audio show by celebrated outdoorsman, conservationist and writer Steven Rinella, who has cultivated a dedicated following thanks to his humour, surprising insights and fascinating stories about hunting, fishing and communing with wild life.
August 28, 2020
Dubbed the Neil Young of his generation, Kurt Vile is courageously keeping the fires of heartland rock burning, fusing the old school, blues-tinged Americana of the open roads with modern production techniques and swathes of shoegazy synth. He first introduced the world to his considerable talent in 2005 as part of the duo War On Drugs, subsequently coming into his own in a solo capacity over the course of seven studio albums. Don't miss the gifted innovator when he heads out on tour with his backing band The Violaters!
September 12, 2020
Hailed as one of comedy's fastest rising stars, Southern funnywoman Fortune Feimster has worked tirelessly in the entertainment industry ever since she moved to Tinseltown from her native North Carolina in 2003. After making her TV debut on Last Comic Standing in 2010, she quickly solidified her status as newcomer-to-watch with writing and acting roles on Chelsea Lately, The Mindy Project and NBC's champions, amongst other prime time hits.
October 18, 2020
Marty Stuart has been dedicated to music almost his entire life. The country music star learnt how to play the guitar and mandolin as a child and began to perform with bluegrass group The Sullivan Family at just 12 years old. Now in his sixties, Stuart has 18 studio albums, five Grammy Awards and a Lifetime Achievement Award under his belt. He prepares to embark on a North American tour.
October 31, 2020
The name Sebastian Bach may call to mind delightful Baroque interludes and powdered wigs, but during the 1980s, a hair rocker with long blonde locks, rebellious attitude, and growling, powerhouse vocals rose to prominence and claimed the name for himself. Don't miss the iconic Canadian singer-songwriter as he hits the North American road to celebrate the 31st anniversary of his band Skid Row's self-titled debut album, performing the landmark metal offering its in entirety.
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