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The Show with David Burrows # 280

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Published on Mar 14, 2017 The Show with David Burrows #280 Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting​ recap: www.sarniasting.com The Entertainment Scene: Dennis Ullman​ from March Of Dimes Canada​ joins us for a long distance interview to share details of the upcoming Rock For Dimes Sarnia 2017​. The event will once again be held at BrownStones Sports Lounge & Restaurant​ with musical guests SUIT UP Whiskey Rain​, Dressed to Kill and Jeff Poolton​. In The Community: Community Concerns For The Medically Fragile​ is once again holding an art display at The Lawrence House​ in Sarnia. Sue Bendall​ explains how this 'Sensory Based Learning Experience' has had a positive impact on the artists who participate in the program. Closing Segment: More updates to the new website at www.tvsn.ca

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Trivia Q & A # 10 – 2017

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Q. This woman from British Columbia was a label-mate of Garth Brooks when she was signed to a record deal on Liberty Records in Nashville in the mid-nineties. She failed to produce a hit record for the company, and after only two albums the label folded and left her without a recording contract. She returned to Canada and had a string of hit records through the end of the nineties and into the new millennium. She had success with songs like, "How Do I Let Go?", and "I'd Like to See You Try". What is her name? A.   Lisa Brokop (born June 6, 1973) is a Canadian country music singer/songwriter and actress. Active since 1990 in the country music field, she has released a total of seven studio albums and has charted more than twenty singles on the country music charts in her native Canada. Several of these singles have ...

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THE SHOW WITH DAVID BURROWS # 279

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Published on Mar 7, 2017 The Show with David Burrows #279 Opening Segment: 9-ball pool tournament Men Who Cook event supporting Huron House Boys' Home GREAT success! www.hhbh.ca The Entertainment Scene: Keep the kids busy over the March break. Rita Ifrate from the Sarnia Public Library talks about the many planned events happening at libraries throughout Lambton County. www.lclibrary.ca In The Community: CANstruction event supporting The Inn of the Good Shepherd- Sarnia is currently on at Lambton Mall now til March 21st. Executive Director for the INN, Myles Vanni talks about Empty Bowls 2017 coming to the Lambton College Event Centre on March 31st. www.theinnsarnia.ca Closing Segment: Sarnia Sting return to the Progressive Auto Sales Arena - Playoff tickets now on sale at www.sarniasting.com

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‘ROUND HOUSE’ BIG HIT AT MARCH FIRST FRIDAY

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Creedence Clearwater Revival - Susie Q Van Morrison - Brown Eyed Girl Stevie Wonder - Superstition These are a few of the classic songs played by the local band Round House during the March 3rd First Friday at Cheeky Monkey. Most of the songs on Round House's playlist were hits before they were a twinkle in their Daddy's eye. The oldest member of this talented group is a mere 17 years old. Despite their young ages, they displayed a professionalism not seen in many bands twice their age. Each is extremely dedicated to playing their instruments to the best of their ability - which is saying a lot. Learning from some of the best music teachers in the city, they have taken what they were taught and moved up to the next level. Jared Parke the lead singer and rhythm guitarist shows great versatility with his voice. Bryce Abrams on bass guitar instinctively knows to ...

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Trivia Q & A # 9 – 2017

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Q.  Which band, formed in Regina, Saskatchewan, had their biggest hit with a cover of the Rolling Stones song, "Under My Thumb"? A.  Streetheart is a Canadian rock band, from Winnipeg, Manitoba that got its start in Regina, Saskatchewan. Their best known songs include "Action", "Hollywood", "Teenage Rage", "One More Time", "Tin Soldier" (Small Faces Cover), "Here Comes the Night" (Them Cover), "What Kind of Love is This", and their cover of the Rolling Stones' "Under My Thumb". Keyboard player Daryl Gutheil and bassist Spider (Ken Sinnaeve) formed a band called Witness Incorporated in Regina, and then relocated to Winnipeg, where singer Kenny Shields joined the band.  After renaming the band Witness, the group finally became Streetheart when guitarist Paul Dean and drummer Matt Frenette joined in 1977. The band released Meanwhile Back in Paris the following year and Under Heaven over Hell in 1979, after which Frenette dropped out to join ...

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ArtWalk 2017

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ArtWalk 2017

Registration for Artwalk 2017 will begin on March 1st. Everything will be online this year including payment. The early bird price will only be available until April 14. All vendors, whether it be environmental, cultural, artists, info booths, crafts or food will have to register and pay online. https://www.sarniaartwalk.com/2017-vendor-registration/ https://www.sarniaartwalk.com/2017-food-vendor-registration/ If you have any questions, please visit website, or contact at info@sarniaartwalk.com. Sincerely, Your Artwalk Team!

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The Show with David Burrows # 277

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Published on Feb 22, 2017 Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting fall to Saginaw Spirit 6-5 The Entertainment Scene: A new local band that has been playing together for years. The The HJ'S are collaborating with musicians from other local bands to create something new. The The HJ'S​ also talk about their gig at Lizards Bar & Grill. In The Community: Ron RealeSmith from the Sarnia Heritage Committee, talks about Heritage week. There will be lots to explore and learn at City of Sarnia and Lambton Mall. Closing Segment: Sarnia City Council Meeting New features at The Video Show Network website at www.tvsn.ca

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The Show with David Burrows # 278

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Published on Mar 1, 2017 Opening Segment: Big Wreck - Big Success! City of Sarnia Council Meeting Replay. The Entertainment Scene: Pathways Health Centre for Children is preparing for the production of 'Diamonds In The Sky'. Cindy Hughes explains the importance of the performance coming to Imperial Theatre, Sarnia ON. The performance will include special guest Chris Molyneaux In The Community: A chance to communicate your questions to our city elected officials. That is what Vocalize Sarnia is all about. Co-Founder Katie Horvath explains why she began the project and how the public can participate. Closing Segement: Cheeky Monkey welcomes Round House to Sarnia First Friday. Special thank you to Jason Blais of Atlas Technologies. Check out our new website at www.tvsn.ca

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Trivia Q & A # 8 – 2017

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Q. Which Canadian singer wrote the hit song "Sunglasses at Night" in 1983, while working in England? A. Corey Hart was in England playing with Eric Clapton and Pete Townsend when he wrote his first hit song, "Sunglasses at Night". Hart's debut album, First Offense, was recorded at Revolution Recording Studios in Manchester, England in the spring of 1982. "Never Surrender" was another big hit for Corey in 1985. He was born in Montreal, Quebec in 1962 and has also lived in Mexico City, Spain and Florida. He has recorded with such famous singers as Tom Jones, Paul Anka, Eric Clapton and Billy Joel. He was offered the starring role in the movie "Back to the Future" but turned it down. Because of his good looks, and popularity with teens, he was featured in the magazines "Tiger Beat" and "Bop" in the mid eighties. Hart's first experience as a performing artist came ...

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The Show with David Burrows # 276

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Published on Feb 14, 2017 The Show with David Burrows #276 Opening Segment: Valentines Day event successful. The Entertainment Scene: A passion for singing and performer. Local resident Rob Rooke is following his dreams of being a crooner. In fact he is 'The Bass Crooner'. Rob talks about his passion for singing and his influence from his father growing up. In The Community: 'Catch The Ace' - A fun card game played every Thursday at Boston Pizza. The event is supporting The Inn of the Good Shepherd- Sarnia. Executive Director Myles Vanni explains how someone could potentially win up to $50,000. Closing Segment: Sarnia Sting Family Day Event. www.sarniasting.com What's new at www.tvsn.ca

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