Allan Holender – Happy Mother’s Day – The Boomer Public Radio (BPR) Rewind

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HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY

THE BPR REWIND

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THE BEST OF BPR

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In Honour of Mother’s Day

A SPECIAL BPR SHOW

A JAZZ BRUNCH

 What more can we say! A Sunday Brunch Buffet “OVER EASY” to feed the hunger of a bygone era when Kenton and Christie swung, The Four Freshman sounded like one, and you could actually hear every single word that Billie sang. Ella, Louis, and the Duke might drop by as well, so grab a cup of java, put your feet up and sit a spell.
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Hey all you Vancouverites who remember a show I hosted on Saturday nights on AM1040 before it became all sports, are in for a treat. A rare tape of  one of my early shows, which includes an interview with a very young Michael Buble, when he first launched his career.

Joining me in the studio at the time was June Katz, Lorraine Foster, and a bunch of others too numerous to mention. You are in for a real treat and a great trip down memory lane.

I’m dedicating the replay to Arni May, a dear friend of mine, and to his boys, Shayne and Stevie and loving wife Anne. And of course all of you Jazz people in Vancouver who remember Arni and Rossinis. It was a second home to all of us. Arni was with me from the very beginning of the show and contributed to it’s success.

 Legendary for its Saturday afternoon jam sessions, the pasta parlor was also home to some big names in the industry, including the late Linton Garner, elder brother to legendary pianist Errol Garner. Also sitting in on the scene were famous faces Charlie Byrd, Herb Ellis and the Ray Brown Trio to name a few.

You can hear the show during my Allan Holender Music Project  program slot tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. pacific on BPR

Due to a power outage caused by last week’s storm in the Okanagan, our broadcast studio had to be shut down and we were unable to bring you last week’s programs. More rain and flooding today, but thankfully no thunderstorms. Keeping fingers and duck boots crossed.

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