Filed Under (for the sake of the song, Midland, music, Ontario, podcast) by Sean on May-16-2007



It is just 3 days until the Twisted Pines Art and Music Festival begins here in Midland, Ontario. This weekend, I recorded a podcast with John Wort Hannam, who will be one of the many fine performers at the Twisted Pines Festival. I will be volunteering at the kid’s stage and I’m looking forward to a weekend of fine music. John Wort Hannam is a country flavoured folk singer-songwriter who lives in Fort MacLeod Alberta. He describes his music as “Blue Collar Roots Music”. He recently toured Ontario to promote his new CD, Two Bit Suit. I was able to interview him after a very successful house concert I attended. During the interview, we discussed some of his influences as: Lyle Lovett Billy Bragg, Fred Eaglesmith, Townes Van Zant.

Links discussed in this episode:
Steve Dawson

Black Hen Music

Purchase John’s CDs at CD Baby


Theme Music: For the Sake of the Song ©2003 S. McGaughey

Alone Without a Song ©2004 S. McGaughey

Sweet, Sweet Rose © John Wort Hannam

Two Bit Suit © John Wort Hannam


2 Comments posted on "For the Sake of the Song with guest John Wort Hannam"
Russ on May 24th, 2007 at 12:02 am #

I really enjoyed this show, Sean. John can really make his guitar sing. And I forgot about your slogan song until I heard it here again. Very funny stuff! Great podcast!

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