Seriously. The most toe-tapping episode of Sandwiched yet. And you haven’t listened? Or if you have, listen again! And send us your thoughts and your answers to our quiz. (Nope, no hints. You have to listen for the questions!)
We’ve had feedback from some of these folks…the Quasi Detectives… (more on them later in an upcoming episode)
So listen. Listen now!
7 comments on “Have you listened to the music yet?”
ShelleyJanuary 24, 2019 at 4:04 pm
This was fun!
sandwichedJanuary 24, 2019 at 4:27 pm
It sure was for us! Thanks!
GrantJanuary 25, 2019 at 10:52 am
When I was in my mid teens, my parents took me to see Dan Hill at the Playhouse Theatre, in Fredericton. It got a bit uncomfortable when he sang his hit song, “Sometimes When We Touch.” Still, I wept openly.
Um...January 25, 2019 at 11:19 am
“They should let poor people sit there.”
What the fork!?
Who was that—MacTier Trish or Toronto Trish?
P.S. In February 1983, I saw the legendary trumpeter, Miles Davis, perform at the National Arts Centre, in Ottawa. My first jazz concert, ever (at the time, I was 22 years old). At the time, my jazz literacy was…poor. Didn’t matter. My pal and roomie, Sandy, got us front-row seats! Two memories: Davis played most of the concert with his back to the audience. But even better: at one point he walked over to the edge of the stage, right in front of us (!), looked down at a slouched, sleepy Sandy, and whispered, “good night now.” Such arrogance, but kind of cool.
sandwichedJanuary 25, 2019 at 1:46 pm
As I said that, I knew it came out wrong. Concerts are so expensive…they should give the obstructed view seats away for free! To people who are fans and can’t afford it. (Is my face red? Yes it is!!!)
Er...January 25, 2019 at 11:32 am
Btw, love your ‘cast. Request: Would Sharon and Trish sing more often? They remind me of a choir in a central New Brunswick church (possibly St. Joachim’s…pronounced joe ACK ums), where aging population and out-migration have reduced the ranks to warblers.
sandwichedJanuary 25, 2019 at 3:21 pm