Music lovers show Beaten Tracks features seldom heard recordings from bands like The Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Thin Lizzy. Tune in to Sean Callaghan on Tuesday at 6pm . The programme is repeated on Saturday at 1.00 pm .
I am so glad it is Tuesday and Beaten Tracks will be on. I have had the news on for an hour and can hardly wait until eleven o’clock. You always present a wonderful hour of asides, information on artists and music.
Very proud today of Edmonton’s Alphonso Davies and his UEF Cup. He is the first Canadian to do so and both the city and country are pumping “Thumbs Ups.”
Surprising to realize Mark Knopfler turned 71 last week. Time sure does fly. I was wondering if that was a bodrán we heard in David’s pick last week by “The Visitors” another good choice of his. Your friends David and Butch did a good job of putting to music “A Master Weaver.” My Mother also had that poem on one of the walls in her bedroom so it was very touching to hear set to music and song. The last four songs in the show from “The Rose In Paradise” to “Gloria” were awesome and really enjoyed. Van Morrison is still the king of that song. No one does it better ! ! !
I hope you and yours are all keeping well and secure. I continue to keep you and them in my prayers.
Take Care Seán, Prayers & Thoughts,
Dear Mr. Byrne:
I am one of several weekly listeners of Sean Callaghan’s “Beaten Tracks” on 97.7 from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Myself and the other listeners here in Edmonton thought how lovely it was to hear Sean Callaghan dedicate a song ( “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” ) performed by Eric Clapton, in memory of Vanessa one of your staff members who recently passed away . . . Sean Callaghan is a great ambassador for the station with his entertaining, human, informative, warm personality ! ! !
received by email 07.12.2016