Segarini – The Iceage, Guitars, Players, Too Much To Do, and a Friend Retires

47. Bob 2015

This has been one of the busiest weeks I can recall. Way too much time spent on long distance calls in order to facilitate some long standing issues that could be very beneficial, working on The Book, organizing the apartment, and suffering the insane heat and humidity, (something I do not do well), while I try and get as much done as I can.

Well…the weekend is here, the GF is on her way, and after more busywork this afternoon, we are off to honour a dear friend and his retirement after 40 years of peter-mservice to the residents of this fine Canadian city.

In the spirit of our friend’s love of music (specifically Canadian rock bands and players) this column is dedicated to Peter M, Good man, Great friend, and tireless supporter of Canadian Artists and music.

It’s not exactly a ‘column’, however. It is an episode of my SIRIUS Satellite specialty weekly radio programme I did while I was the East Coast Afternoon Drive host the first 3 years the service was on the air. Good times, good days, and it was always a pleasure to play Canadian music that rarely got exposure.

Happy retirement, Peter…and happy listening, Dear Readers….

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Segarini’s regular columns appear here whenever Harry Meats Sally

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dbawis-button7giphyBob “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, continues to write music, make music, and record.

One Response to “Segarini – The Iceage, Guitars, Players, Too Much To Do, and a Friend Retires”

  1. Peter Montreuil Says:

    Thank you, Bob. I am very moved by this tribute. I look forward to seeing you tonight at Cherry’s.

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