Canada Live from CBC Radio 2
Summary: Every night on CBC Radio 2, Canada Live presents the best in live music from concert stages across the country. And every week the Canada Live podcast brings you highlights from some of those amazing concerts, from pop to jazz, roots to world, and everywhere in between.````Canada Live is produced by the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation).
Johnny Reid performs songs from his latest album, Fire it Up, in session in CBC Toronto's Studio 211.
Jarvis Church and the Soul Station perform Sam Cooke classics, plus a few original tunes, at the Jackson-Triggs Auditorium in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.
Twin sisters and musical duo Tegan and Sara perform a stripped-down show for a hometown crowd of friends and family at the Theatre Junction Grand in Calgary, Alberta.
Ray Lamontagne and the Pariah Dogs perform to an adoring crowd at the inaugural Harvest Picnic in Dundas, Ontario.
Corb Lund and his band The Hurtin' Albertans premiere their new album, Cabin Fever, at the Arden Theatre in St. Albert, Alberta.
Oh My Darling combine bluegrass, Franco-folk, and country with their charming four-part harmonies to wow the crowd at the 2011 BreakOut West festivities in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Deep Dark Woods rock the Great Hall in Toronto with their jammy alt-folk sound.
Banjo-picking, storyteling Old Man Luedecke wins over the crowd at the Great Hall in Toronto.
Larger-than-life acoustic blues artist Matt Andersen delights the crowd at the Maurice Young Millennium Place in Whistler, BC.
Six great Canadian singer-songwriters, including Ash Koley, David Vertesi, Bonnie Ste-Croix, Deon Blyan, Beth Moore, and Jeffrey Piton perform as part of the CBC Canada Day Songwriters Circle in Major's Hill Park in Ottawa.
Canadian country superstar Paul Brandt performs in his hometown of Calgary in front of an adoring crowd at the Jubilee Auditorium.
Singer-songwriter David Francey delights the crowd at the Black Sheep Inn in Wakefield, Quebec with his heartfelt songs and hilarious stories.
Michael Bernard Fitzgerald (affectionately known to his fans as mbf) brings together over 250 performers -- including a 50-voice choir, a 30-piece orchestra, a marching band, a drumline, and dancers -- at the Jack Singer Concert Hall in Calgary.
Mike and Margo Timmins of Cowboy Junkies discuss the band's history and their recent four-album project, the Nomad Series, with CBC host Laurie Brown.