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Greg Godovitz – In Goddo We Trust

Brian Tremblay 29 May 2020

Brian says he was pretty excited to have his first celebrity 1970’s rock star on the show.  “I had met Greg Godovitz once before when I did a portrait of him for his 60th birthday.  I was so glad he said yes to be on Rock’N’Roll Heaven.” In this episode, […]

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Raymond Gassi – It’s A Gas!

Brian Tremblay 22 May 2020

Brian Tremblay notes: This episode was only my second with an interview guest and this time I spoke to local music legend – Raymond Gassi.  Ray has been on the Sault music scene for decades and has taken his talents all over the country playing with various bands and musical […]

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Jay Case – 12-Pack Volume 1

Adrian V 6 May 2020

On this episode, songwriter Jay Case, having recorded with several bands over 20 years plus as a musician, picks out some of his favourite songs and gives us the stories about how the songs were crafted. Jay Case states on his website, ‘Music Is A Foundation.’ Music has the power […]

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Alfred Johns – V Is For Vendettas

Brian Tremblay 17 April 2020

In the first interview for the Rock’n’Roll Heaven podcast, Brian brings Alfred Johns into the studio. Alfred was a member of the legendary Vendettas, along with Keith McKie of Kensington Market, and he also worked for CKCY 920 as a deejay. Alfred relates some great stories about the music scene […]

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Paul DellaVedova – Born With The Blues

Adrian V 16 April 2020

On this episode, we get blues guitarist and singer Paul DellaVedova to shine some light on the hidden stories that live behind the 10 songs on his debut CD, “Born With The Blues.” Paul DellaVedova, from the liner notes on his 2012 album “Born With The Blues” writes, “This entire […]

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Kensington Market – An Aardvark Named Moog

Brian Tremblay 10 April 2020

Rock’N’Roll Heaven explores “Aardvark,” the second album from Kensington Market, from 1969. And we find out that it wasn’t just the Beatles who used the Mellotron – Kensington Market did as well!  The band also introduced a new synthesizer sound to their repertoire, the infamous Moog, played by John Mills-Cockell.  […]