Tune in daily all this week as Jay & C-P profile Windsor's Sixty First Second on the XS Local Spotlight!
Many try to re-invent the wheel. SixtyFirstSecond wants to make it better. SixtyFirstSecond is the next minute in modern rock. Not overly eclectic or revolutionist, just good music with high energy rock shows.
…0:59, 0:60, SixtyFirstSecond - the start of a new minute.
Listen weekday afternoons at 3:40 all this week as Jay & Chris profile Stephanie McIlroy on the Local Spotlight.
Singing since the age of five, Stephanie McIlroy has always had a desire to pour out her heart to audiences. Stephanie recently finished her debut CD "Life Is Not An Act" and is seeing success with her first two singles "Forever" and "Forgiven", both of which can be heard on XS airwaves.
A finalist for 2010 Local Spotlight Artist of the Year, Steph's work continues to evolve in 2011.
Listen in all this week for Superfly on the Local Spotlight – weekdays at 3:40 PM with Jay & Chris!
Superfly is a local great band from Chatham Ontario, and consists of band members: Justin McMath, Nicky Novosad, Steve Walker, Nick Sennema, Byron Harrett, Matt Brunke, and Danny Shaw.READ MORE...
Tune in daily all this week at 3:40 as we feature WHISKEY RAIN on the XS Local Spotlight!
Whiskey Rain (formerly known as The Whiskey River Band) is based out of Sarnia, Ontario. Formed in the mid '90s when new country was on the rise, the band quickly gained popularity for their high energy shows and crowd pleasing antics.
Listen in all this week for Objective Unknown on the Local Spotlight - weekdays at 3:40 PM with Jay & Chris!
Objective Unknown is a relatively new (and young!) rock and roll band from Chatham. The founding members Cole Mills, Dane Appleton and Daryn Trainor began to cover songs in March 2009. Hudson Cattoor has been added as the band's new drummer and the guys feel they've hit a groove with their original tunes.
The big game fever has hit the XS Community! Shaun Suisham memoribilia, jerseys, t-shirts and window decorations are everywhere you look right now and for good reason!
Wallaceburg's favourite son is about to land on the sports world's biggest stage! Thanks to the staff and management of Duchene Paint Accent Alley for their support and for opening their place of business for everyone locally to share in support of Shaun!
A native of Guelph, Rosa Loess' music flourishes through experience. Its realism hints at a deepness in the melodic spectrum of her wordplay - and she's showcasing it all this Saturday at The Black Box Theatre in Chatham.
Originality of expression and a profound propensity to be moved by life allow for meaningful creations to flow from her lips. Rosa's influences come from a broad range of genres. Although jazz is a clear one in many songs of hers, there is also indie rock, and blues, classical, punk, and just a general love of good music that fuels her pieces.