The Churchill podcast features artists, musicians, filmmakers, athletes, restoration info and more.
Adrian Teacher of Apollo Ghosts is our guest on this episode.
The Vancouver BC power-pop/punk band that got their start in 2003.
You can see them live here with Thunder Pumper on March 20th here.
Doors 6:00pm $5 tickets All Ages and kids 10 and under get in Free. Help us celebrate the Moda Assist All Abilities Playground!!!!
Here's a link to their music on the BandCamp website.
Chel White has been making films for 30 years. Described as a cinematic poet, he sites dreams and the subconscious as his greatest influences. His films paint indelible pictures of the human experience, often depicting the perspective of the outsider looking in. Black humor sometimes plays a major role in his work.
You can see the film "Bucksville" on March 14th here.
Q&A session after the film with Chel. Tickets are just $5 and doors open at 6:30 pm and film at 7.
Here's a link to his website where you can see all the things we talked about during the podcast.
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Matt Hopper & The Roman Candles are an American rock and roll band that has been releasing music since 1999. A dizzying array of music rooted in classic rock tradition and modern rock experimentation with a penchant for stargazey jams and tender folk lie within their catalog. Think Wilco, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and My Morning Jacket.
You can see them live here at the Churchill Dancehall on March 12th along with Deb Wessler. Tickets are just $8 and doors open at 6 pm.
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Calvin Johnson, founder of K-Records and indie rock great, joins us to talk about being a high school DJ, punk rock music, his latest record "A Wonderful Beast" that he recorded with Patrick Carney and Michelle Branch.
You can see him live here at the Churchill Dancehall on Feburary 16th along with Shannon Gray. Tickets are just $8 and doors open at 5:30 pm.
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Telekinesis is the band of Merger Records artist Michael Benjiman Lernher. On this episode Michael talks about growing up in a house filled with music and the process of songwriting and recording. Click on the image of MBL to hear the episode and click the images below to see the videos for "Set a Course" or "Cut the Quick"
Don't miss him and the band live at Churchill Dancehall on Sun. March 31st.
Tickets are just $8
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Lifelong athlete, Inga Thompson turned to cycling in 1984 as rehabilitation from a running injury. Within months, she had made the Olympic team and soon after became one of the world's best known women athletes.
A 10-time US National Champion, three-time Olympian, and two-time podium finisher in the Women's Tour de France, Thompson is a women's cycling advocate and clean sport evangelist.
She lives on her 160-acre, horse-powered cattle ranch in Eastern Oregon.
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For more info on the Inga Thompson Foundation click here.
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Click on the image of Jay to hear our podcast with him. He's an amazing singer/songwriter and has been a tremendous volunteer and colaborater here Churchill.
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