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Ian Janes


Broadcast Date – July 26, 2023

Our chats will be just that very conversational, not entirely sensible and with any luck totally enjoyable… and it was all that and then some finally connecting with today’s guest – I mean I’ve been loving his music for a long time now so we’ve got plenty of ground to cover including the very cool way he offered a 360 degree look at is stellar studio project Episode Five and the awesome acoustic spin off that came after. We’ll also learn about his fall tour schedule and how you and your pals can get in on the experience. Oh and yes we’ll get the full scoop on how is oh so sweet ballad end up being sung by the stars of CMT’s smash series NASHVILLE and learn how his lovely wife helped spruce up his on stage storytelling and so much more. Plus we’ll get to First Things First, play an enlightening round of Insights IN 10 and of course spin as much of his marvellous music as we can along the way. So with all that ahead we best get to it – here’s my telephone conversation with the one and only Ian Janes.

Find Ian Janes online at ianjanes.com

If you’re interested in booking Ian Janes for a house concert drop him an email at ianjanesmusic@gmail.com

We played some amazing music on today’s show and it’s all available on iTunes. To get a copy for your collection just click on the title “Going Through the Emotions” “Everything Right” “Can’t Remember Never Loving You” and “Amnesia by Ian Janes, “Can’t Remember Never Loving Love” by Connie Britton & Charles Esten from the series NASHVILLE.

For our most recent podcast chat with award-winning NL singer-songwriter Malory Johnson click here.

You can watch Rayna Jaymes and Deacon Claybourne sing Ian Janes’ song in episode 511 “Fire and Rain”

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Stephanie Beaumont

Storyteller/Creative Director/Producer/Host/Writer/Marketer/Designer/Dreamer/Coffee Lover/Movie Maniac/Red Sox Fan

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