Nans AND Nat, The Lemon Bucket Orkestra, The Barr Brothers

Performer and broadcaster Gilda Salomone is in with her weekly selection of some of the best new music by Canadian recording artists. This week Gilda brings us Nans & Nat, The Lemon Bucket Orkestra, and The Barr Brothers. ***NOT FOR PODCAST



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Gilda Salomone is a journalist and musician, and every week she shares with us her selection of new...

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