Music to Go
Music to Go
Follow award winning host and music man Jeff Liberty on his stimulating insights and exciting adventures through a series of one minute album reviews, fascinating interviews and spirited performances in inviting surroundings with local, national and international music artists as well as the latest on the music industry.
Jeff meets up with award-winning songstress from PEI Rachel Beck in Saint John, NB. They go out for coffee and some local shopping, where the adventure takes a turn for the better. Come and join us to find out what happens next.
Jeff heads to Moncton, NB to catch up with everyone's favorite Canadian power punk multi-platinum award winners, Sum 41. We head backstage bearing surprise gifts all while catching up on the hard rock veterans' current album and tour with The Offspring. You have an exclusive backstage pass to come with us on the adventure.
Jeff hangs out in uptown Saint John, NB with PEI award winning songwriter Dennis Ellsworth. Dennis discusses his 6th solo album, "Common Senseless", released in 2019, and his relationship with the late Gord Downie of The Tragically Hip. Have you ever thrown an axe? Come with us and we will show you how.
Jeff heads to Moncton, NB to meet up with one of the country's hottest electronic artists, remixers and DJs, Nova Scotia duo Pineo & Loeb. With a reputation for putting on a high-energy show, we decide to bring them to a place where we can get some serious air (height) and even go diving for vinyl. You won't want to miss this adventure so dress comfortably and try to keep up!
Gerry Taylor has been writing about folk and country music for over 42 years. His column “Home Grown” has been recognized by the Canadian Folk Music Awards. In this episode, we visit Gerry and his 40 thousand record collection and talk to a few of his friends.
Ken Tobias is a Canadian songwriting legend whose many hit songs have rocketed up the charts. Most notable was the Tobias penned hit for The Bells “Stay Awhile” that went to number #1 in the early 70’s. We go to Ken's home studio to talk about his journey from Saint John to Hollywood and see his beautiful paintings.