2013 Saskatoon Blues festival - Musicians Swapmeet

Musicians Swapmeet - Tradeshow - Bluesday on Broadway

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013
Cosmo Seniors Centre, 614 11th St. East
(1/2 block east of Broadway Ave.)

 

  • Tables are only $10.00 individual, $20.00 business
  • Load in at 9:00 am
  • Doors open to the public at 10:00 am, swapmeet runs till 2:00 pm
  • Concession
  • Saturday Afternoon Blues Jam @Buds on Broadway, 3:00 pm
  • Please have your table booked no later than Monday, February 25th. Payment due upon arrival.

 

  1:30 pm - Holger Petersen an interview with Jeff Montgomery.

 

Holger Petersen

 

Holger Petersen is a veteran Canadian broadcaster whose weekly Saturday Night Blues on CBC Radio has been a fixture on the network for twenty-five years. At home in Alberta, his CKUA network show, Natch'l Blues, has been aired every week for more than forty years.

 

Petersen also runs his own label, Stony Plain Records - one of Canada's longest surviving independent record companies - and was a founder of the Edmonton Folk Music Festival. He is a member of the Order of Canada and has an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from Athabasca University.

 

 

 

 

 

Talking Music

    Holger Petersen's "Talking Music" Book Signing

 

Talking Music is a collection of nineteen of Holger Petersen's in-depth radio interviews with artists — the pioneering men and women who created the blues and roots sounds that have influenced the course of popular culture and music in North America. Many of his interview subjects are no longer with us — their stories need to be told.

The book is divided into four collections of interviews: British Blues Revival, Delta and Memphis Blues, Artists Who Helped Build Stony Plain, and Bonus Tracks.

Each interview is preceded by informative background material on the artist, Petersen's own stories of their meetings, and photographs.

chris barber • long john baldry • eric & leon bibb • eric burdon • ry cooder • david "honeyboy" edwards • mick fleetwood • rosco gordon • jeff healey • alan lomax • jay mcshann • sam phillips • maria muldaur & bonnie raitt • duke robillard • mavis staples • ike turner • ian tyson • lucinda williams • bill wyman