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Charlene Nadalin

Charlene Nadalin is the founder and CEO of Amintro: a FREE online community and resource for people over 50 looking for new ways to live happier, healthier lives.

Whether you want to make new friends who share your interests, find new activities and hobbies, or you want to stay up to date on health, recreation or financial news that matters to you, Amintro helps you get more involved and live a healthier life.

This is Episode #191 of the Welcome! podcast.

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Aiza

We’ve had many people from the music industry on the podcast. Musicians, producers, singers and songwriters.

We’ve had guests such as Our Lady Peace, Jim Creeggan from the Barenaked Ladies, Maestro Fresh Wes, and Bif Naked to name a few.

We’ve also had newcomers such as Lu Kala.

Today, we have another newcomer. She’s already been recognized around the world for her singing and songwriting.

Please welcome to the Cadillac Fairview Toronto Eaton Centre studio Aiza!

This is Episode #189 of the Welcome! podcast.

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Nicole Simone

Today’s episode is a reunion of sorts.

You see, one of my earliest interactions with Gregg Tilston was being interviewed by him for a job with Flight Centre. After I turned him down I told him one of my goals was to have him as a client. And while it didn’t happen while he was with Flight Centre he did sponsor an event I led: MusicConnectTO.

And today’s guest actually performed at that event as Late July. My next guest has been writing songs and performing for well over a decade. She is also the founder of the charity, Redemption Paws that has rescued hundreds and hundreds of dogs from the ravages of climate change and hurricanes.

Please Welcome to the Cadillac Fairview Toronto Eaton Centre studio, Nicole Simone.

This is Episode #188 of the Welcome! podcast.

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Sammy Younan

After our summer vacation Gregg Tilston and I got back in studio for a chat with Girth Radio founder Sammy Younan.

We discussed the rise and fall (but not dead!) of Girth Radio’s longtime home at the Pacific Junction Hotel, what’s coming up at the Toronto International Film Festival, movie spoilers, and the all too important topic of urinal etiquette.

Thanks to CF Toronto Eaton Centre for hosting us in their pop-up studio!

This is Episode #187 of the Welcome! podcast.

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My Favourite Song Part Four

Welcome! to Part Four of our fun series, My Favourite Song.

In this episode we sat down with comedian and star of Ramy on HULU, Dave Merheje, Record Producer Mark Howard, and former Canadian Idol judge Farley Flex. We asked each of them what their favourite song is.

This is Episode #186 of the Welcome! podcast.

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Dave Merheje:

Farley Flex:

Mark Howard:

Mark Howard

“Listen Up! Recording Music with Bob Dylan, Neil Young, U2, REM, The Tragically Hip, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tom Waits…” is an album-by-album account of my next guest’s work with these iconic artists and others.

He has spent more than two decades recording, mixing, engineering and producing some of my favourite albums and concerts.

It is both an honour and a pleasure to welcome to the show Grammy award-winning producer, Mark Howard.

This is Episode #182 of the Welcome! podcast.

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Sara Martins

My next guest has been making visual content since she was in high school.

For more than a decade she has been managing, producing, writing and directing projects for TV, the web and film.

She has even worked on more than 50 music videos for the likes of Tokyo Police Club and Maestro Fresh Wes.

Currently she is in-between festivals showcasing her latest project, her directorial debut, THE VAULT. Just in its first season, it is already a multi-award winning web series.

Please Welcome to the show, Sara Martins.

This is Episode #181 of the Welcome! podcast.

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Tom Wilson

When my next guest walked on stage the crowd at The Great Hall in Toronto popped. A giant of a man with long, dark, wavy hair and wearing a dark, long coat came on stage and read from his book. This was March 29, 2018.

I had no clue who this person was. Why did he read from a book?

My next guest was raised in Hamilton, ON. He is an award-winning musician, singer, songwriter, an author, painter and visual artist.

The liner notes in his book, “Beautiful Scars”, reads, “Along the way he became a father and a grandfather, battled demons and addiction, and he waited, hoping for the truth to emerge. and when it did, it would sweep across the St. Lawrence River to the Mohawk reserve of Kahnawake in Quebec , on to the heights of the Manhattan skyline.” I now understood why he read from his book.

Please Welcome to the show, Tom Wilson.

This is Episode #179 of the Welcome! podcast.

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Song: Out Of My Head, Junkhouse