WR678: Dirty Catfish Brass Band

Episode 678 April 08, 2022 00:48:37
WR678: Dirty Catfish Brass Band
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WR678: Dirty Catfish Brass Band
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Show Notes

For a decade straight, Winnipeg's Dirty Catfish Brass Band has been entertaining audiences and moving dancefloors.

I sat down with four members to talk about their upcoming record, the challenges and logistics of being an eight-piece band during the pandemic, determining their set lists for their radically different types of shows (even funerals!) and more.

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