Got a chance to chat with Matthew Ramsey of Old Dominion!
Check out the full interview on the right as we talk the new album, Meat and Candy, "Break up with Him" hitting #1 two weeks in a row, and plans on coming to Saskatchewan!
There are always those songs that we can relate to in a personal way, songs that feel like we wrote them ourselves. Maybe it jolts a certain memory, reminds you of someone, or was a song that helped you get through a period of your life either way they are much more than just a song.
For me that song is Dierks Bentley’s, “I Hold On”.
I was incredibly lucky growing up for the fact that I got to know all four of my grandparents very well! One pair lived two blocks south, the other pair four blocks north so there was lots of time spent together. Even now I’m lucky enough to still have three of my grandparents with us.
I lost my Grandfather, Gordon, when I was about 13 years old and as any one that has lost a loved one can tell you, it’s always tough. Now ...
Every year the Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association (SBIA) holds the Brain Boogie - Positive Steps in Motion. I had a chance to chat with Regina Event Cordinater Nicole Wall, you can hear the interview on your right and find more on the event below.
The 2015 Brain Boogie will take place in 5 cities across Saskatchewan:
August 29, 2015 - Moose Jaw
September 12, 2015 - Regina, Prince Albert, and Yorkton
September 13, 2015 - Saskatoon
Each event raises funds that go back into those communities through the local SBIA chapters, which provides support and regular programming for brain injury survivors and caregivers. The funds also help support annual events and awareness/prevention programs throughout Saskatchewan.
Please see http://www.sbia.ca/ for more information.