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Radio Dale: Music, Musicians and the Canadian Music Industry
Music News, Trends, and Ideas from Canadian Industry Insiders
Category: Education
Location: Toronto ON
Dale Speaking is a music company in Toronto, Ontario who's motto is 'We connect artists with audiences.' 'Radio Dale' features Dale, Amber, Roo and India as we look at music news, trends, musicians and the industry. The first part of each show loo ...more
Dale Speaking is a music company in Toronto, Ontario who's motto is 'We connect artists with audiences.' 'Radio Dale' features Dale, Amber, Roo and India as we look at music news, trends, musicians and the industry. The first part of each show looks at music in the past week, and the second part we focus on a subject, feature an interview, or hold a round table about a topic we've been pondering! We hope each episode gives musicians and music fans alike new insight into the Canadian music industry.
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July 23, 2014 10:00 PM PDT

Every week we see, or hear from, artists who are trying to build a buzz for their new single online. Or, otherwise, are frustrated that radio isn't showing interest in their music until they get action through social media. We offer three things you can do 'right now' to help engage fans and build interest online, as well as five factors to look for in any strategy you come up with yourself!

Radio Dale is the podcast about music, musicians and the Canadian music industry from our unique perspective at the Dale Speaking offices. We help bring indie and established acts to radio, and spread the word online, as well as develop their careers in today's ever-changing music business. This podcast gives away some of our best information for free, and serves as the 'radio show' that broadcast the ideas, observations and insights we discover every day working with Canadian and International artists.

THE EPISODE:

THIS WEEK IN MUSIC HISTORY: ...Hel. Lo, J. Lo!
Discovered and shared from thisdayinmusic.com

FEATURED SONG: Hear it again for the first time: Nothing More releases a hard hitting 'acoustic' version of their US (and soon to be Canadian) hit, This Is The Time (Ballast)

ROUNDTABLE: You want to engage your fans, get exposure for your song, build a buzz, test your new single and have an online presence so that radio (or blogs, or a label, or anyone) see you have the support they need to give you a shot. We offer three things you can start doing right now...strategies you can steal and use for yourself or as a starting point for your own creative campaign.

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THE MUSIC:

Nothing More - This Is The Time (Ballast) - Acoustic - (Feature)
Web: http://nothingmore.net

Polite Fiction - Come A Little Closer (Intro)
Web: http://politefiction.bandcamp.com

Gloryhound - Let You Down Again (behind This Week In Music History)
Web: http://gloryhoundband.com

Elise LeGrow - No Good Woman (First segment of opening theme)

RADIO DALE LOGOS courtesy of /r/picrequests on Reddit. This version came from Tracy Mapes, a fantastic designer and artist who is always happy to help with pic requests! Check their stuff at reddit.com/u/Tracy_Mapes

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Subscribe to Radio Dale on iTunes, Stitcher and Podomatic!

iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/radio…=4&at=11lsGu
Android (RSS): http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com/rss2.xml
Podomatic: http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com

FIND RADIO DALE & DALE SPEAKING ONLINE:

Web: dalespeaking.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/dale_speaking
Facebook: http://facebook.com/dalespeaking
Email: radiodale@dalespeaking.com (please include the Episode Number in the subject line!)

Please review and rate us on iTunes or wherever you consume this podcast so we can reach more independent musicians!

July 17, 2014 12:28 PM PDT

The Canadian Country Music Association Award nominations for 2014 have been announced, and it's time for us to throw our hats into the rodeo! Amber and Roo look at the Male and Female Artist of the Year categories and make our predictions for who will win the award this September. We also let you know which artists are the underdogs, and who we would love to see win against all odds!

Radio Dale is the podcast about music, musicians and the Canadian music industry from our unique perspective at the Dale Speaking offices. We help bring indie and established acts to radio, and spread the word online, as well as develop their careers in today's ever-changing music business. This podcast gives away some of our best information for free, and serves as the 'radio show' that broadcast the ideas, observations and insights we discover every day working with Canadian and International artists.

THE EPISODE:

THIS WEEK IN MUSIC HISTORY: ...Come Together comes together.
Discovered and shared from thisdayinmusic.com

FEATURED SONG: We decide to play Chad Brownlee. Why? Just Because...which is the name of the song.

ROUNDTABLE: Can Terri Clark and Dean Brody win two years in a row? Are Jess Moskaluke and Brett Kissel set to dethrone the 'defending champions' of Canadian country music? Or are the other nominees confidently clearing a space on their mantel? Amber and Roo look at the ten nominees who make up the Male and Female Artist of the Year at this year's Canadian Country Music Association Awards (CCMA Awards) and try to predict who will win this September.

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THE MUSIC:

Chad Brownlee - Just Because (Feature)
Web: http://chadbrownlee.com

Polite Fiction - Come A Little Closer (Intro)
Web: http://politefiction.bandcamp.com

Gloryhound - Let You Down Again (behind This Week In Music History)
Web: http://gloryhoundband.com

Elise LeGrow - No Good Woman (First segment of opening theme)

RADIO DALE LOGOS courtesy of /r/picrequests on Reddit. This version came from Tracy Mapes, a fantastic designer and artist who is always happy to help with pic requests! Check their stuff at reddit.com/u/Tracy_Mapes

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Subscribe to Radio Dale on iTunes, Stitcher and Podomatic!

iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/radio…=4&at=11lsGu
Android (RSS): http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com/rss2.xml
Podomatic: http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com

FIND RADIO DALE & DALE SPEAKING ONLINE:

Web: dalespeaking.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/dale_speaking
Facebook: http://facebook.com/dalespeaking
Email: radiodale@dalespeaking.com (please include the Episode Number in the subject line!)

Please review and rate us on iTunes or wherever you consume this podcast so we can reach more independent musicians!

July 10, 2014 09:35 AM PDT

In this week's episode, Roo and Amber look at the Canadian Top 15 - a chart that looks at Canadian artists charting across all formats - to see which Canucks are making waves at radio this summer.

Radio Dale is the podcast about music, musicians and the Canadian music industry from our unique perspective at the Dale Speaking offices. We help bring indie and established acts to radio, and spread the word online, as well as develop their careers in today's ever-changing music business. This podcast gives away some of our best information for free, and serves as the 'radio show' that broadcast the ideas, observations and insights we discover every day working with Canadian and International artists.

THE EPISODE:

THIS WEEK IN MUSIC HISTORY: ...Ghost Town is a Hit!
Discovered and shared from thisdayinmusic.com

FEATURED SONG: Bobby Wills 'Never Didn't Love You.' No, that's the name of the song, we're sure he likes you quite a bit!

ROUNDTABLE: Amber and Roo go through the Canadian Top 50 chart and peek at the Polaris Prize long list to see what Canadians are making waves this summer. We break down how many pop, rock and country artists are charting and talk about how formats you might associate with Canada don't quite have the chart power you'd expect.

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THE MUSIC:

Bobby Wills - Never Didn't Love You (Feature)
Web: http://bobbywills.com

Polite Fiction - Come A Little Closer (Intro)
Web: http://politefiction.bandcamp.com

Gloryhound - Let You Down Again (behind This Week In Music History)
Web: http://gloryhoundband.com

Elise LeGrow - No Good Woman (First segment of opening theme)

RADIO DALE LOGOS courtesy of /r/picrequests on Reddit. This version came from Tracy Mapes, a fantastic designer and artist who is always happy to help with pic requests! Check their stuff at reddit.com/u/Tracy_Mapes

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Subscribe to Radio Dale on iTunes, Stitcher and Podomatic!

iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/radio…=4&at=11lsGu
Android (RSS): http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com/rss2.xml
Podomatic: http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com

FIND RADIO DALE & DALE SPEAKING ONLINE:

Web: dalespeaking.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/dale_speaking
Facebook: http://facebook.com/dalespeaking
Email: radiodale@dalespeaking.com (please include the Episode Number in the subject line!)

Please review and rate us on iTunes or wherever you consume this podcast so we can reach more independent musicians!

June 25, 2014 10:00 PM PDT

MTV. MuchMusic. Video Hits on CBC. Artists were once made by their music video, but now that 'Music Television' doesn't exist, what is the point of making one anymore? We look at the past and present of music videos, touch on YouTube's current controversy with independent labels, and what independent artists can get out of making a music video today!

Radio Dale is the podcast about music, musicians and the Canadian music industry from our unique perspective at the Dale Speaking offices. We help bring indie and established acts to radio, and spread the word online, as well as develop their careers in today's ever-changing music business. This podcast gives away some of our best information for free, and serves as the 'radio show' that broadcast the ideas, observations and insights we discover every day working with Canadian and International artists.

THE EPISODE:

THIS WEEK IN MUSIC HISTORY: ...10 years ago, the Beastie Boys at #1!
Discovered and shared from thisdayinmusic.com

FEATURED SONG: Another collaboration, this time between Colorado DJ group Manufactured Superstars and Canadian soul legend Jarvis Church (Philosopher Kings) and their song 'Stay.'

ROUNDTABLE: Dale Speaking had a music video service as recently as 2011, but now we've decided the service doesn't make sense. What has changed, what is the current state of the music video...and how can independent artists use videos to their advantage? We also touch on YouTube's upcoming streaming service and what it means to independent labels.

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THE MUSIC:

Manufactured Superstars ft. Jarvis Church - Stay (Feature)
Web: http://emmgryner.com

Polite Fiction - Come A Little Closer (Intro)
Web: http://politefiction.bandcamp.com

Gloryhound - Let You Down Again (behind This Week In Music History)
Web: http://gloryhoundband.com

Elise LeGrow - No Good Woman (First segment of opening theme)

RADIO DALE LOGOS courtesy of /r/picrequests on Reddit. This version came from Tracy Mapes, a fantastic designer and artist who is always happy to help with pic requests! Check their stuff at reddit.com/u/Tracy_Mapes

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Subscribe to Radio Dale on iTunes, Stitcher and Podomatic!

iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/radio…=4&at=11lsGu
Android (RSS): http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com/rss2.xml
Podomatic: http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com

FIND RADIO DALE & DALE SPEAKING ONLINE:

Web: dalespeaking.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/dale_speaking
Facebook: http://facebook.com/dalespeaking
Email: radiodale@dalespeaking.com (please include the Episode Number in the subject line!)

Please review and rate us on iTunes or wherever you consume this podcast so we can reach more independent musicians!

June 12, 2014 11:27 AM PDT

The Song of the Summer is the golden ticket, the mountain peak, the World Cup (topical) of the music industry. To have the Song of the Summer is basically saying "Your song is the most successful, memorable, and obnoxiously overplayed song of the year." Last year, 'Blurred Lines' edged out 'Get Lucky,' and the year before Carly Rae was #1 with 'Call Me Maybe.' We offer our predictions for the 2014 Song of the Summer for three genres: Pop, Rock and Country!

Radio Dale is the podcast about music, musicians and the Canadian music industry from our unique perspective at the Dale Speaking offices. We help bring indie and established acts to radio, and spread the word online, as well as develop their careers in today's ever-changing music business. This podcast gives away some of our best information for free, and serves as the 'radio show' that broadcast the ideas, observations and insights we discover every day working with Canadian and International artists.

THE EPISODE:

THIS WEEK IN MUSIC HISTORY: ...Haggard born!
Discovered and shared from thisdayinmusic.com

WHO CHARTED! ...FRANCE!

ROO'S 60 SECOND TIP: ...Teasing your Single: Song of the Summer Edition

FEATURED SONG: Its not often that we can say "This week's artist co-wrote this song after he came back to Earth." But in today's case, it's true! Our feature is Emm Gryner and Commander Chris Hadfield's lovely and catchy duet, So Easy!

ROUNDTABLE: Who will top the charts in Pop, Rock and Country this year? Amber, Roo and India talk about our choices (with snippets of the songs). We go all over the place...safe, in left field, and even Norway! Listen to hear our selections, and tell us what you think!

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THE MUSIC:

Emm Gryner & Chris Hadfield - So Easy (Feature)
Web: http://emmgryner.com

Polite Fiction - Come A Little Closer (Intro)
Web: http://politefiction.bandcamp.com

Gloryhound - Let You Down Again (behind This Week In Music History)
Web: http://gloryhoundband.com

Toob - Sweet Harmony (behind This Week On The Charts)
Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/toob-music

Elise LeGrow - No Good Woman (First segment of opening theme)

RADIO DALE LOGOS courtesy of /r/picrequests on Reddit. This version came from Tracy Mapes, a fantastic designer and artist who is always happy to help with pic requests! Check their stuff at reddit.com/u/Tracy_Mapes

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Subscribe to Radio Dale on iTunes, Stitcher and Podomatic!

iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/radio…=4&at=11lsGu
Android (RSS): http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com/rss2.xml
Podomatic: http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com

FIND RADIO DALE & DALE SPEAKING ONLINE:

Web: dalespeaking.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/dale_speaking
Facebook: http://facebook.com/dalespeaking
Email: radiodale@dalespeaking.com (please include the Episode Number in the subject line!)

Please review and rate us on iTunes or wherever you consume this podcast so we can reach more independent musicians!

June 04, 2014 01:09 PM PDT

Fifteen years ago this week, the original 'Digital Disruption' took place when Napster was born. The music industry was changed forever...blah blah blah, we've all heard it before. But we wanted to look at the immediate changes that came from Napster, and what is happening today in the music industry that is a direct result of the peer-to-peer sharing of music in the early 2000s. From fans trading music for free, to artists giving away their music for free, a lot has changed!

Radio Dale is the podcast about music, musicians and the Canadian music industry from our unique perspective at the Dale Speaking offices. We help bring indie and established acts to radio, and spread the word online, as well as develop their careers in today's ever-changing music business. This podcast gives away some of our best information for free, and serves as the 'radio show' that broadcast the ideas, observations and insights we discover every day working with Canadian and International artists.

THE EPISODE:

THIS WEEK IN MUSIC HISTORY: ...Posh Spice costs a lot but doesn't deliver!
Discovered and shared from thisdayinmusic.com

WHO CHARTED! ...MuchMusic and M3!

ROO'S 60 SECOND TIP: ...Your Own Website!

FEATURED SONG: Written specially for the Tim Hortons Children's Foundation and Camp Day (which was June 5th!), Chad Brownlee's song 'We Don't Walk This Road Alone' from his new album, The Fighters which came out on June 4th!

ROUNDTABLE: Napster changed how music labels work, how artists work, and the overall attitude towards music 15 years ago this week. We talk about the immediate effects of peer-to-peer music sharing in the early 2000s, and the resulting changes in today's music industry.

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THE MUSIC:

Chad Brownlee - We Don't Walk This Road Alone (Feature)
Web: http://chadbrownlee.com

Polite Fiction - Come A Little Closer (Intro)
Web: http://politefiction.bandcamp.com

Gloryhound - Let You Down Again (behind This Week In Music History)
Web: http://gloryhoundband.com

Toob - Sweet Harmony (behind This Week On The Charts)
Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/toob-music

Elise LeGrow - No Good Woman (First segment of opening theme)

RADIO DALE LOGOS courtesy of /r/picrequests on Reddit. This version came from Tracy Mapes, a fantastic designer and artist who is always happy to help with pic requests! Check their stuff at reddit.com/u/Tracy_Mapes

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Subscribe to Radio Dale on iTunes, Stitcher and Podomatic!

iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/radio…=4&at=11lsGu
Android (RSS): http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com/rss2.xml
Podomatic: http://dalespeaking.podomatic.com

FIND RADIO DALE & DALE SPEAKING ONLINE:

Web: dalespeaking.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/dale_speaking
Facebook: http://facebook.com/dalespeaking
Email: radiodale@dalespeaking.com (please include the Episode Number in the subject line!)

Please review and rate us on iTunes or wherever you consume this podcast so we can reach more independent musicians!

May 28, 2014 01:33 PM PDT

There are dozens of campus radio stations across Canada, which are among dozens of colleges and universities where students are hungry for new music. It's always a good idea for a new artist to consider schools as a way to spread the word about their music. But what should you know about breaking into the college market? We offer some tips and tricks on today's Radio Dale!

Radio Dale is the podcast about music, musicians and the Canadian music industry from our unique perspective at the Dale Speaking offices. We help bring indie and established acts to radio, and spread the word online, as well as develop their careers in today's ever-changing music business. This podcast gives away some of our best information for free, and serves as the 'radio show' that broadcast the ideas, observations and insights we discover every day working with Canadian and International artists.

THE EPISODE:

THIS WEEK IN MUSIC HISTORY: ...The Beach Boys are criticized by their dad for being too happy...on tape!
Discovered and shared from thisdayinmusic.com

Beach Boys' Father Murry blowing up at the Beach Boys: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bxfR-Vuo8Y

WHO CHARTED! ...the new Billboard Twitter Real-Time Chart!

ROO'S 60 SECOND TIP: ...Snapchat!

FEATURED SONG: The amazingly talented Andrew Austin and his song 'If It Ain't This Town.'

ROUNDTABLE: What should you have in place before reaching out to campus radio or colleges for a chance to reach the tens of thousands of university students with your music? Amber and India discuss information they learned during Canadian Music Week, and Roo chimes in now and then with his experience on campus radio in Guelph, ON.

The lucrative campus market could be yours, but you may want to have a few things in order before you start picking up the phone!

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THE MUSIC:

Andrew Austin - If It Ain't This Town (Feature)
Web: andrewaustin.ca

Polite Fiction - Come A Little Closer (Intro)
Web: politefiction.bandcamp.com

Gloryhound - Let You Down Again (behind This Week In Music History)
Web: gloryhoundband.com

Toob - Sweet Harmony (behind This Week On The Charts)
Soundcloud: @toob-music

Elise LeGrow - No Good Woman (First segment of opening theme)

RADIO DALE LOGOS courtesy of /r/picrequests on Reddit. This version came from Tracy Mapes, a fantastic designer and artist who is always happy to help with pic requests! Check their stuff at reddit.com/u/Tracy_Mapes

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Subscribe to Radio Dale on iTunes, Stitcher and Podomatic!

iTunes: itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/radio…=4&at=11lsGu
Android (RSS): dalespeaking.podomatic.com/rss2.xml
Podomatic: dalespeaking.podomatic.com

FIND RADIO DALE & DALE SPEAKING ONLINE:

Web: dalespeaking.com
Twitter: twitter.com/dale_speaking
Facebook: facebook.com/dalespeaking
Email: radiodale@dalespeaking.com (please include the Episode Number in the subject line!)

Please review and rate us on iTunes or wherever you consume this podcast so we can reach more independent musicians!

May 21, 2014 10:00 PM PDT

Lay down on the couch. Dim the lights. How are you feeling? ...no, seriously, how is your band feeling? Today's episode of Radio Dale looks at the importance of inter-band communication so that you can help avoid problems down the road.

Radio Dale is the podcast about music, musicians and the Canadian music industry from our unique perspective at the Dale Speaking offices. We help bring indie and established acts to radio, and spread the word online, as well as develop their careers in today's ever-changing music business. This podcast gives away some of our best information for free, and serves as the 'radio show' that broadcast the ideas, observations and insights we discover every day working with Canadian and International artists.

THE EPISODE:

THIS WEEK IN MUSIC HISTORY: ...the last of the Beatles and the beginning of Guns 'N Roses!
Discovered and shared from http://thisdayinmusic.com

WHO CHARTED! ...Hot AC in the US and Canada!

ROO'S 60 SECOND TIP: ...how Facebook decides what reaches your fan's News Feeds: EdgeRank!

FEATURED SONG: Fender's #1 Guitar Goddess Hayley and her new single Don't Wanna Want You!

ROUNDTABLE: Are you in a band? Do all the members agree on your overall direction? Can you list off what is non-negotiable when going to a studio or a video producer? Do you have a plan for the next six months? Have you gathered together as one unit to air out any potential disagreements?

Today's Roundtable looks at the importance of having a 'band meeting,' coming to a consensus on what you want to do, where you want to go, and what is out of the question. We have a handy list, anecdotes and advice on how to talk together as a band and come out stronger on the other side!

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THE MUSIC:

Hayley - Don't Wanna Want You (Feature)
Web: http://iamhayley.com

Polite Fiction - Come A Little Closer (Intro)
Web: http://politefiction.bandcamp.com

Gloryhound - Let You Down Again (behind This Week In Music History)
Web: http://gloryhoundband.com

Toob - Sweet Harmony (behind This Week On The Charts)
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/toob-music

Elise LeGrow - No Good Woman (First segment of opening theme)

RADIO DALE LOGOS courtesy of /r/picrequests on Reddit. This version came from Tracy Mapes, a fantastic designer and artist who is always happy to help with pic requests! Check their stuff at http://reddit.com/u/Tracy_Mapes

FIND RADIO DALE & DALE SPEAKING ONLINE:

Web: http://dalespeaking.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/dale_speaking
Facebook: http://facebook.com/dalespeaking
Email: radiodale@dalespeaking.com (please include the Episode Number in the subject line!)

Please review and rate us on iTunes or wherever you consume this podcast so we can reach more independent musicians!

May 15, 2014 04:47 AM PDT

Canadian Music Week was amazing! We went to panels, both at CMW and the Digital Media Summit, and of course saw lots of bands. In today's episode Amber, Roo and India talk about some of the most memorable things they learned from the industry experts who gave talks during the week...and we share them with you!

Radio Dale is the podcast about music, musicians and the Canadian music industry from our unique perspective at the Dale Speaking offices. We help bring indie and established acts to radio, and spread the word online, as well as develop their careers in today's ever-changing music business. This podcast gives away some of our best information for free, and serves as the 'radio show' the broadcast the ideas, observations and insights we discover every day working with Canadian and International artists.

THE EPISODE:

THIS WEEK IN MUSIC HISTORY: ...it's been 17 years since the second Foo Fighters album...feel old?
Discovered and shared from http://thisdayinmusic.com

WHO CHARTED! ...bands who have performed in Toronto recently or soon!

ROO'S 60 SECOND TIP: ...Instagram!

FEATURED SONG: A face-melting performance at CMW re-ignited our love for Toronto band Dearly Beloved, so we feature their new single Olympics of No Regard from their brand new album, ENDURO!

ROUNDTABLE: CMW filled our brain with ideas, and we pour a little out in today's podcast. Amber, Roo and India discuss some panels they attended at CMW and the Digital Media Summit last week and offer some words of advice.

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THE MUSIC:

Dearly Beloved - Olympics of No Regard (Feature)
Web: http://dearlybelovedmusic.com

Polite Fiction - Come A Little Closer (Intro)
Web: http://politefiction.bandcamp.com

Gloryhound - Let You Down Again (behind This Week In Music History)
Web: http://gloryhoundband.com

Toob - Sweet Harmony (behind This Week On The Charts)
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/toob-music

Elise LeGrow - No Good Woman (First segment of opening theme)

RADIO DALE LOGOS courtesy of /r/picrequests on Reddit. This version came from Tracy Mapes, a fantastic designer and artist who is always happy to help with pic requests! Check their stuff at http://reddit.com/u/Tracy_Mapes

FIND RADIO DALE & DALE SPEAKING ONLINE:

Web: http://dalespeaking.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/dale_speaking
Facebook: http://facebook.com/dalespeaking
Email: radiodale@dalespeaking.com (please include the Episode Number in the subject line!)

Please review and rate us on iTunes or wherever you consume this podcast so we can reach more independent musicians!

April 23, 2014 10:00 PM PDT

Today we sit down with Canadian country artist Jess Moskaluke, who recent released her album 'Light Up The Night' featuring the new single 'Cheap Wine and Cigarettes' (at the time of this podcast, flying up the charts to #23 on the BDS Country Spins chart!). We talked with her last year after the Canadian Country Music Awards about her career, making the album, and her place in the Canadian country world. Also, we touch on her great success as a YouTube artist, where she has over 140,000 subscribers and over 12 million views!

Radio Dale is the podcast for independent musicians and people interested in the Canadian music industry from our unique perspective at the Dale Speaking offices. We help bring indie and established acts to radio, and spread the word online, as well as develop their careers in today's ever-changing music business.

This podcast gives away some of our best information for free, and serves as the 'radio show' to broadcast the ideas, observations and insights we discover every day working with Canadian and International artists.

FIND JESS ONLINE:
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Jessmoskaluke
Twitter: http://twitter.com/jessmoskaluke
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JessMoskalukeMusic

THE MUSIC

Jess Moskaluke - When He's Drunk (from Light Up The Night)
Web: http://jessmoskaluke.com

Polite Fiction - Come A Little Closer (Intro/Outro music)
Web: http://politefiction.bandcamp.com

All music is used with permission from the artists!

RADIO DALE LOGOS courtesy of /r/picrequests on Reddit. This version came from /u/Tracy_Mapes

FIND RADIO DALE & DALE SPEAKING ONLINE:

Web: http://dalespeaking.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/dale_speaking
Facebook: http://facebook.com/dalespeaking
Email: radiodale@dalespeaking.com (please include the Episode Number in the subject line!)

For every iTunes Rating and Review that Radio Dale receives, we'll do a FULL 'This Week In Music History' segment without talking about a death.

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