Podcasts 11 - 21
Jazz, African Violets, Martial Arts, CB Radio, Port Dover in the 1920s, Relations,
Reunion of Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson,
Working for the Government
- How I
Almost Became a Folk Musician
That Christmas I had been given a ukelele, an instrument made popular at that time by a TV host called Arthur Godfrey. I discovered that folk music consisted primarily of three chords and, guess what? I knew three chords on the ukelele!
Mother's Grandmother - Mary Faulkner
A trip back in time to 1915 or thereabouts from my mother, Phyllis Fricker's memoirs
Dover in the 1920s, plus some perilous excursions
Family Life in the 1920's in Port Dover and St. Thomas, Ontario - with some perilous escapes!
|14 - Aunt Clara and Uncle Bill|
Early adventures in radio. Dungeons and Dragons over the CB Radio.
of Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson at Gerdes Folk City in NYC
The 60's folk boom and a magical reunion of two great blues artists
Chatham was a city of 30,000 souls. more rural than urban, if truth be told. The number 30,000 was very important since it defined Chatham as a real city and not just a town.
for Ma Gov
Some tales out of school about working for the Canadian Federal Government
I signed up at a Tae Kwon Do gym. Now started a rigorous physical regimen unfamiliar to my sedentary office body. It was like paying to join the Marines.
Violets, Tough Love
This Podcast is about growing African Violets. You have been warned
Jazz, Vince Hickey and the Blues
Getting started in traditional music