• Singer-songwriter Alex Cuba

    Alex Cuba (real name Alexis Puentes) is a critically acclaimed and award-winning singer-songwriter from Smithers, B.C. Alex Cuba spoke with Francois Marchand about his latest album Healer, being nominated for a Grammy, his love of Canada and its landscape, and the state of the relationship between the U.S. and his country of origin, Cuba (of […]

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  • Actor and performer William Shatner

    William Shatner discusses the 50th anniversary of Star Trek and a concert tour coming to Vancouver in April, as well as the loss of his old friend Leonard Nimoy and the departure of David Bowie.

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  • Singer-songwriter Marlon Williams

    Marlon Williams is a rising star in the country-folk music world. The New Zealand-born artist speaks to Francois Marchand ahead of his North American tour celebrating the release of his self-titled debut album.

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  • Turntablist, author and teacher Paul D. Miller, a.k.a DJ Spooky

    Paul D. Miller is a celebrated American turntablist, author, publisher and teacher better known as DJ Spooky, an influential figure in the electronic and experimental hip-hop explosion of the ’90s. Francois Marchand chatted with Miller ahead of the PuSh Festival, where DJ Spooky will team up with Vancouver musicians Peggy Lee and Stefan Smulovitz to […]

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Singer-songwriter Alex Cuba

Alex Cuba (real name Alexis Puentes) is a critically acclaimed and award-winning singer-songwriter from Smithers, B.C. Alex Cuba spoke with Francois Marchand about his latest album Healer, being nominated for a Grammy, his love of Canada and its landscape, and the state of the relationship between the U.S. and his country of origin, Cuba (of […]

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Actor and performer William Shatner

William Shatner discusses the 50th anniversary of Star Trek and a concert tour coming to Vancouver in April, as well as the loss of his old friend Leonard Nimoy and the departure of David Bowie.

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Singer-songwriter Marlon Williams

Marlon Williams is a rising star in the country-folk music world. The New Zealand-born artist speaks to Francois Marchand ahead of his North American tour celebrating the release of his self-titled debut album.

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Turntablist, author and teacher Paul D. Miller, a.k.a DJ Spooky

Paul D. Miller is a celebrated American turntablist, author, publisher and teacher better known as DJ Spooky, an influential figure in the electronic and experimental hip-hop explosion of the ’90s. Francois Marchand chatted with Miller ahead of the PuSh Festival, where DJ Spooky will team up with Vancouver musicians Peggy Lee and Stefan Smulovitz to […]

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Singer-songwriter and producer Nick Lowe

Nick Lowe is an acclaimed British singer-songwriter and producer whose credits include working with the first wave of punk rock bands from the UK, and penning hits like Cruel To Be Kind and (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding, made famous by Elvis Costello. Lowe will be performing a Quality Holiday Revue show […]

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Spoken word artist and musician Saul Williams

Saul Williams has been a celebrated multi-tasking creative force for more than two decades.
He came to prominence appearing in the movie Slam, independent director Marc Levin’s critically acclaimed spoken word poetry drama that won the Grand Jury Prize for Dramatic Film at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival.

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Actress and Fashion Designer Lauren Holly

Lauren Holly is best known for her roles in Dumb & Dumber, Picket Fences, and on CTV crime drama Motive, where she plays lead medical examiner Betty Rogers. But Holly is also a seasoned fashion designer, and her latest collaboration with Le Chateau is called Lauren’s Closet.

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Jacob Hoggard and Dave Rosin of Hedley

Jacob Hoggard and Dave Rosin of Hedley drop by The Vancouver Sun Podcast Studio to chat with host Francois Marchand about their upcoming album Hello, their forthcoming tour, how far Hedley has come, and why Toronto sucks.

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Singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco

Host Francois Marchand caught up with DeMarco to talk about his origins, influences, guitar tones, Halloween, his love of eBay and The Simpsons, and why he doesn’t drink before appearing on stage any more.

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