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  • Keith Bilow
    commented 2017-11-21 11:40:23 -0500
    I am looking for a DJ for my event Beers for Queers this Saturday the 25th
  • Derek Murphy
    followed this page 2017-11-08 18:04:04 -0500
  • Michael
    commented 2017-10-16 17:47:45 -0400
    What was play on Monday in the 5.30 – 6.00 block?
  • Joseph Harding
    commented 2017-10-06 17:57:26 -0400
    Thanks for listening to local band Tighten Up’s debut album This End Up. Can I make a request for the song “Beau’s Endless Flow”?
  • Hilary Maddox
    commented 2017-09-26 21:39:06 -0400
    What were the songs last night on Northern Touch between 9:20-9-30pm?
  • Joel Owens
    commented 2017-08-27 12:53:01 -0400
    Love Jens’ show on Sunday-keep up the great work!
  • Keith Bilow
    commented 2017-08-11 11:49:18 -0400
    I am looking for some DJ’s for events this year. I host an event call Beers for Queers each Saturday night and need people all the time. And fresh faces are always good.

    If you know of some or students who need to hone their skills have them contact me.

  • Jim Martens
    commented 2017-07-10 15:20:57 -0400
    Great folk/blues earshot top 10 chart this week. Blues Project is a must.


    blues in the morning

    CFUV 101.9 FM

  • Peggy Cleveland
    commented 2017-06-04 21:25:26 -0400
    Please ask Dave, the Sat. 2pm jazz show to contact me via e-mail.

    Thank you,

  • Laurie Lewis
    commented 2017-05-29 19:07:02 -0400
    from 6 to 7 pm. Today, Monday, 29 February… What a wonderful discussion of — among other things — “cultural appropriation”.. What was that broadcast? Who were those people? The identification at the end of the program was not clear…
  • Jessica Fernando Jessica Fernando
    commented 2017-05-22 05:38:12 -0400
  • Rosabel Edney
    commented 2017-05-11 00:43:14 -0400
  • Chris Austman
    commented 2017-05-07 17:50:10 -0400
    Chris from AM Static here. Thank you so much for playing our new record, Rise & Shine. Saw we made it onto your electro charts in our first week since ear-shot landed. We’re always flattered to see people enjoy the music. Have a lovely week,

  • Robb Barnes
    commented 2017-04-16 10:28:55 -0400

    My name is Robb Barnes, and I’m the singer/songwriter for a new band from Ottawa called the Pale Light.

    I recently recorded and released the Pale Light’s debut album, ‘Future Eaters’ (release date: March 28, 2017). I hope you’ll take a listen to our first single and consider giving it a spin on one of your shows. I’m including a link to the full length on Bandcamp below. I’m also available for an interview.

    Is there an email address where I can send the single or full length?

    More information about the band and the album:

    About the Pale Light:

    The Pale Light is Robb Barnes, former frontman of For the Mathematics (Ottawa-based post-punk indie) and Higher Rites (Toronto-based alternative indie). The Pale Light was born in Ottawa in 2016, out of a desire to make meaningful music unbounded by style or musical limitations.

    About Future Eaters:

    Future Eaters is an album about creeping fascism and environmental collapse. Despite the dark themes, Future Eaters is a labour of love – an exploration of warm synth tones, pop-inflected melodies and post-punk influenced guitar lines slowed down for a non-punk context.

    Robb Barnes

    The Pale Light

    Bandcamp (download Future Eaters for free):


  • Frank Tirelli
    commented 2016-12-27 12:42:11 -0500
    Sad Music news, recently, loss of many of the Russian “Alexandrov Ensemble / Red Army Choir” and others … in the TU-154 Russian Plane crash into the Black Sea, on or close to Christmas Day 2016, Sunday Dec 25, 2016 – on a flight from Sochi Ukraine to Syria to do a performance. Request / perhaps some of the Classical Music Shows on CFRC (or even other shows on CFRC) could play some of their great music and mention the loss – REQUEST TRIBUTEALEXANDROV ENSEMBLE / RED ARMY CHOIR. F.T.
  • Jim Peters
    commented 2016-11-23 13:22:55 -0500
    Is Hillbilly Swing Music gone? Or has the time changed? Thanks
  • Mqaa MON MUSÉE & MOI
    commented 2016-11-06 09:21:14 -0500
    Communiqué de presse

    Pour diffusion immédiate

    Le Musée québécois de l’agriculture et de l’alimentation

    lance sa campagne « MON MUSÉE & MOI – une recette gagnante! »

    La Pocatière, le mercredi 24 août 2016 – L’hiver dernier, le Musée québécois de l’agriculture et de l’alimentation (MQAA) annonçait ses nouvelles couleurs. Au même moment, il présentait ses principaux projets centrés autour des expositions, des collections et de son ancrage dans la communauté. Il mentionnait aussi que les immobilisations seront un de ses prochains défis.

    Dans ce contexte, le MQAA lance sa campagne « MON MUSÉE & MOI – une recette gagnante! » afin de poursuivre son développement. Il s’agit d’une campagne de financement et de recrutement de membres. Cette campagne démontre son enracinement dans le milieu culturel et dans le vaste monde de l’agroalimentaire grâce aux cinq porte-paroles. On retrouve au sein du comité de porte-paroles Madame Hélène Raymond, journaliste, auteure et animatrice, de même que Messieurs Paul Julien, administrateur du conseil d’administration du MQAA et directeur du Développement des affaires Marché agricole chez Desjardins Entreprises – Côte-du-Sud; Denis Lévesque, maire de Mont-Carmel et président du conseil d’administration de Groupe coopératif Dynaco; Gilles Martin, producteur agricole et président du conseil d’administration du Centre de développement bioalimentaire du Québec; et Rosaire Ouellet, président du conseil d’administration du MQAA, maire de la municipalité de Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière et ancien directeur général de l’Institut de technologie agroalimentaire.

    Les objectifs de la campagne sont les suivants. Le MQAA souhaite accumuler des dons pour une somme totalisant 125 000$ afin de profiter pleinement du programme Placement Culture où le gouvernement québécois accorde une subvention doublant chaque dollar amassé. En échange, les gens recevront un reçu pour fins d’impôts, de même qu’une reconnaissance à la fin de la campagne. Divers évènements seront organisés dans cette optique, notamment le « Banquet des récoltes » qui se tiendra le 15 octobre prochain. Le second objectif vise le recrutement de plus de 150 membres. D’ailleurs, les 100 premiers membres recevront l’une des trois cent cuillères de bois numérotées, œuvres d’un artisan de la région.

    Le MQAA est soutenu financièrement par le ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Québec. Le Musée remercie ses partenaires médiatiques pour la campagne « MON MUSÉE & MOI – une recette gagnante! », soit les stations CHOX 97,5 FM et CiQi 90,3 FM, le journal Le Placoteux, ainsi que la Télévision communautaire du Kamouraska (TVCK).

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    Source : Luc St-Amand

    Directeur général

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  • Mike Tureski
    commented 2016-09-17 14:33:45 -0400
    Listening to the Gaels vsWestern game , Basic rules of radio= only ONE person speaking at a time ! Please Tell those loveable idiots doing the broadcast of the game that you cannot discern what the hell is going on when both exuberantly try to describe a play or penalty or ….

    Keep up the efforts guys , when you can’t get to the games anymore they at least provide a verbal glimpse of the action, ’

    ‘Go Gaels Go’


    Queens Gaels alumnus
  • Jason Lamont MMV
    commented 2016-06-25 13:11:08 -0400
    An amazing Kingston local band that just released their very first EP! Check it out and please play. They are all amazing guys and wonderful friends. Their music has helped this Afghanistan war vet deal with his PTSD

    Alchemy is my song of choice, but please play any song you can :) . Thank you so much for spreading our local scene
  • Master Nate
    commented 2016-06-18 15:42:30 -0400
    *Toronto’s The Edge & Kingston’s K-Rock, The Drive & Queens University Radio

    100% Canadian!

    Sofa King Addicted’s 3rd Full Length Album LIFE IN THE TRENCH was Mastered by Less Than Jake’s Vocalist/Bassist Roger Lima in his personal studio in Gainesville, Florida.
    Live Performances:
    Montreal, Quebec –
    Napanee, Ontario -
    Rimouski, Quebec –
    Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto -
  • krista benoit
    commented 2016-06-18 14:56:33 -0400
    hi there! we were driving thru Kingston ON the other night while heading back to NS from the Falls, and an amazing lineup of songs came on ….one was either called Division or By Division//…..can u help me out?!
  • Jeanette Somogyi
    commented 2016-02-12 08:43:30 -0500
  • bruce melo
    commented 2015-10-17 23:50:19 -0400
    Sat. Oct 17-15. I won 2 tickets to see Remi Bolduc (jazz quartet), and I did. They were exceptional and I am truly grateful for the opportunity to experience their music…Thank you so much. Bolduc is a genius, and his band is world class.
  • Pats Johnson
    commented 2015-10-05 10:59:44 -0400
    I am a Boomer with a rich history in 70’s rock music. I just clicked on CFRC Monday morning the 5th and so enjoyed the selection of music. Thank you- keep the music flowing of both classics we don’t hear often, and of course new music.