If you’re a chronic nostalgic
who loves the music of Newfoundland
& Labrador, tune in to The
NewFound Records Radio Hour. The
show is recorded at the CHMR (MUN RADIO) studios at Memorial University in
St. John's, Newfoundland.
Join producer and host Wayne
Tucker as he shines a light on rare
gems retrieved from the vinyl deeps and
supplements the music of the 50s, 60s, 70s
& 80s with a generous sprinkling of
history and trivia. Relive all
kinds of local music featuring well-known
pioneers like Sagebrush Sam, John White, Wilf
Doyle, Dick Nolan, Joan Morrissey, the
Du-cats, and more. And enjoy the
resurrection of music by the likes of Burt
Cuff, TNT, Borealis, Dave Nicol, the CJON
Glee Club, Red Island, Anne Marie Murray,
Bonnie Lou Nolan, the Keatniks and many, many
whether you’re a sentimental old-timer
who’s stuck in a vinyl groove or a
newbie eager to hear hard-to-find roots music
of Newfoundland & Labrador, tune in to The
NewFound Records Radio Hour..
The show premiers on Saturdays
at noon NT on CHMR, 93.5 FM in the St.
John's area.It re-broadcasts at 4:00
pm Saturdays on VOBB in Gros Morne, 8:30 am
Sundays on East
Coast Kitchen Party Radio, Wednesdays at 2 pm on CHMR, and Wednesdays at 7 pm on Radio Bell
all times NT.