WR722: Scott Nolan live in the backyard

Episode 722 September 09, 2022 00:39:29
WR722: Scott Nolan live in the backyard
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WR722: Scott Nolan live in the backyard
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Sam Thompson

Show Notes

Scott Nolan is one of Winnipeg's finest singer-songwriters, and on Sept. 3 he performed an intimate little set to a small crowd in my backyard.

This isn't a regular podcast -- it's audio from Scott's live show, featuring musical highlights that make up about half of his total set.

Scott was on a regular interview episode of the podcast back in May, talking about his gorgeous new record with composer/arranger Glenn Buhr, The Suburb Beautiful.

To hear more of Scott Nolan on the podcast, check out episode #367 (March 2019) and #521 (Sept. 2021).

Back to your regularly-scheduled interview show next week!

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