WR292: Project: Constellation

Episode 292 June 16, 2018 00:46:43
WR292: Project: Constellation
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Show Notes

We've gone international for this episode... kind of. The guests, Santiago and Christina of folk duo [Project: Constellation](http://www.facebook.com/projectconstellation), are based in North Dakota but have strong Winnipeg connections. They're joined by Chanelle, one of their collaborators when they perform and record on this side of the border. They talk about touring, finding their sound, Santiago's former gig as a Winnipeg-based Buddy Holly impersonator (for real!), plus they perform three songs live! This episode brought to you by our friends at the Park Theatre, who are presenting '[Buffy Prom](http://www.facebook.com/events/222171375002264/)' on June 17! It's a fully-themed Buffy the Vampire Slayer prom/dance party featuring DJ K Chedda and awesome '90s music, plus a costume contest and door prizes. The episode is also brought to you by [Fourth Quarter Records](http://http://www.fourthquarterrecords.com/), your home for quality local hip-hop, as well as merchandise like the glorious 3Peat hoodies you've been seeing everywhere lately. If you like this podcast, please support it. [For as little as $1 a month](http://www.patreon.com/witchpolice), you can become a patron and help us keep the lights on. The show is free and always will be, but any help is appreciated. Thanks for listening!

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