The following episode was recorded as part of the new podcast, Welcome To The Music. Check out www.WelcomeToTheMusic.com for more great interviews!
Born and raised in Toronto, country artist Owen Barney has been playing guitar since he was just seven years old, influenced by country heavy-hitters Eric Church, Dean Brody, and Jason Aldean. He has played shows around Toronto from the age of 14, and has spent the last few years honing his skills as a performer.
My next guest is an author, speaker, coach and the President and Co-Founder of Unleashed Possibilities Inc., a company that helps individuals reach their peak potential by pursuing and achieving their dreams and goals. He was a successful radio host and a top ranked basketball coach in Burundi. He was also the host and project manager at Radio 105.4 CHOQ FM in Toronto.
My next guest is part owner of Sport Stacking Canada and a coach with Northern Kings Basketball in Ontario. Part of his responsibilities with Northern Kings includes overseeing all its Junior NBA programs.
Ron Tite just might be one of the nicest guys in the advertising and marketing industry. He is the founder of Church + State, host of the podcast, The Coup, an author, speaker, comedian, host and most importantly a husband and father.
Every once in a while Gregg and I sit down for a chat about Toronto – The city we love…well, the city we believe can be better.
Our guest this week loves Toronto. Alot. So much so that he and his son took the TTC to all 100 public libraries in this city. And they lived to talk about it. He’s a former Toronto City Council candidate. And I’m sure not for the last time.
Our next guest spent nearly 20 years hosting the midday show at 102.1 The Edge. she’s been performing on stage, in one form or another, since she was a 9 year old in the Toronto suburb of Pickering. Today, she hosts the popular morning show on Indie88.
She is a runner, an avid supporter of a number of causes and charities, and is a huge inspiration to many women in TV and radio across the city and country.
Please Welcome to the show, our 200th guest, and mom of two adorable boys, Josie Dye.
Morgan P. Campbell is an award-winning journalist who writes for the Toronto Star. His column, Sports Prism is the Star’s weekly look at the intersection of sports and race issues, rights and social concerns.
In this episode we discuss:
– Black basketball players being called out for not playing for Team Canada
– Black NHL hockey players and racism
– Colin Kaepernick’s ongoing feud with the NFL
– Why we should all be excited about the Toronto Wolfpack rugby team
– Morgan’s infatuation with The 90 Day Fiance