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December 9: Pamela Morgan
(Episode 440 - Encore)


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She's a singer, a songwriter, musician, producer, and much, much more! Her voice has been described at powerful, shimmering, mystical, spiritual, haunting, and simply beautiful.  She's the voice of Newfoundland trad-rockers, Figgy Duff, and she's made several solo records.
 
She's a renaissance woman of Newfoundland music... convincing a generation that there is value in tradition. Although she shuns awards, she has been recognized... by The East Coast Music Association, by The Junos, and by Memorial University!
 
Tune in to this episode of NewFound Records and hear Pamela Morgan’s story... her words and her music.
 
(encore presentation - originally aired June 15, 2013)


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December 16: Choral Christmas
Episode 441 - Encore

This episode of NewFound Records features Christmas recordings by Newfoundland Choirs from the vinyl era! You'll hear The Choir of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (St. John's), The New Generation Singers (Gander), Our Lady of Mercy Glee Club (St. John's), and The Holy Redeemer Church Choir (Spaniards Bay).
 
(encore presentation – originally aired December 27, 2014)

December 23: Christmas Time Again
Episode 442 

A brand new Christmas program for 2017 featuring Newfoundland & Labrador’s pioneer recording artists. On the turntable are Dave Panting, Kelly Russell, The Wiseman Brothers, Dick Nolan, Dick Gardiner, Don Jamieson and more.


December 30: Mary Lou Collins
Episode 443 - Encore

On this episode, NewFound Records profiles the lady who is arguably Newfoundland & Labrador's most successful entertainer ever!
This St. John's girl was 'discovered' locally by Uncle Harry Brown of VOCM radio when she was just 10 years old. Soon, MARY LOU COLLINS became Newfoundland's first child recording artist (1956). Within a few years, local jazz legend Ralph Walker was mentoring her.

Mary Lou quickly exhausted opportunities to advance her singing career in St. John's. So at age 20, she hit the best supper clubs and hotels in Toronto, and throughout Canada. She quickly rocketted to fame, singing on Canada's top TV shows - Juliette, Tommy Hunter, & Wayne & Shuster. Next, Mary Lou hit the stage & TV screen in the U.S., where her star continued to rise. She sang on The Merv Griffin & Joey Bishop TV Shows, and she was paired with Red Buttons, Jack Benny, George Burns, and Bob Hope... the top entertainers in the U.S.

NewFound Records proudly presents Sing Happy - THE MARY LOU COLLINS STORY. The show features Mary Lou's music, and along the way you'll hear excerpts from an interview done in October, 2013.
 
(encore presentation – originally aired March 8, 2014)

AIRTIMES:

Saturday at noon (NT): MUN Radio, CHMR, 93.5 FM

Saturday at 2:00 pm (ET): CIDI 99.1 FM, Brome Missisquoi, QC

Saturday at 3:00 pm (NT): Bay of Islands Radio (BOIR)

Saturday at 4:00 pm (NT): Voice of Bonne Bay Radio (VOBB), 95.9 & 98.1 FM

Saturday at 7:00 pm (AT): CIOE 97.5 FM, Community Radio, Lower Sackville, NS

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Sunday at 6:00 am (ET):  CIUT 89.5 FM, University of Toronto

Sunday at 6:00 pm (AT):  CHSR 97.9 FM, Fredericton, NB

Sunday at 7:30 pm (NT): Southern Shore Sounds (SSS)

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Monday at 9:30 pm (NT):  Southern Shore Sounds (SSS)

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Wednesday at 2 pm (ET): CIDI 99.1 FM, Brome Missisquoi, QC 

Wednesday at 3pm (NT): MUN Radio, CHMR, 93.5 FM

Wednesday at 4:30 pm (AT): Caper Radio, Cape Breton University, Sydney, NS

Wednesday at 7 pm (NT): Radio Bell Island (CJBI) 93.9 FM

Coming Soon to Valley Radio, Grand Falls-Windsor, NL...!!!

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