The BobChart – Week 1

The Bobcast Bob May 6th 2013 CroppedIt seems our Wednesday column has gone missing, so here’s a place holder that I will try to shoehorn in every week from now on. It’s The BobChart. Tunes I think you would like or songs I feel are worth listening to. Most will be current, some will be lost gems, others may be older songs you may have missed, and some will just be live tracks that bring it. At any rate…It’s the BobChart. There are no fixed positions in the chart, so I am not listing the songs in any particular order. These are PERSONAL favourites and what has my ear and attention this week.

If you have a personal favourite any given week that you would like to turn our readers and me on to, please post the links in the comment section below. Let’s help each other find great music we may have missed.

I hope you have good speakers….

Rival Sons – Open My Eyes

Courage My Love – Cold Blooded

Xprime and Stacey kaniuk – Walking on Sunshine

St. Paul and the Broken Bones (Double Shot!)

Candy Dulfer – Lily Was Here

Nathan East featuring Sara Bareilles – I Can let Go Now

Vince Gill, Keith Urban & Albert Lee – I Ain’t Living Long Like This

Vintage Trouble – Pelvis Pusher

MeeK – 6 Feet Under

MeeK – Strawberry Fields Forever

…and Finally….

I don’t even know this girl’s name…but this is better than most of what is getting on the radio these days.


Segarini’s regular column appears here every Friday whenever he can finish one in time.

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DBAWIS ButtonBob “The Iceman” Segarini was in the bands The Family Tree, Roxy, The Wackers, The Dudes, and The Segarini Band and nominated for a Juno for production in 1978. He also hosted “Late Great Movies” on CITY TV, was a producer of Much Music, and an on-air personality on CHUM FM, Q107, SIRIUS Sat/Rad’s Iceberg 95, (now 85), and now publishes, edits, and writes for DBAWIS, osts The Bobcast every Monday night at Cherry Cola’s, and continues to write music, make music, and record.


3 Responses to “The BobChart – Week 1”

  1. Very cool…thanks. 🙂

  2. Excellent! Thanks for the exposure to new artists. Some so, so. Some that do remakes should do better than the original artists. By far and beyond here to me is exposure to St.Paul and the Broken Bones! Awesome band. Thanks again!

  3. The “mystery artist” is Jeni Sux. The song is “Wildfire.” Maybe you should download the free Shazam app.

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