Stream Team: Week of April 30

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Here’s who you can catch live on Side Door this week.



Thursday, April 30

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Live from Alan's Vinyl Library

April 30 @ 1pm PDT / 4pm EDT
Music historian, broadcaster, and Side Door fave Alan Cross opens up his deep and carefully curated vinyl collection for live exploration. He’ll show some rare and unique records, take questions, and tell tales of acquisition..


Slow Leaves

April 30 @ 5pm PDT / 8pm EDT
Slow Leaves AKA Winnipeg singer-songwriter Grant Davidson offers up songs from his freshly released third full-length, Shelf Life, “a record about growing up to realize you are not the person you thought you would be. A collection of musical vignettes, woven together by the loose threads of a tangled life.”

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CreativeLounge feat. Corrina Keeling #Quarantunes

April 30 @ 6pm PDT / 9pm EDT
Vancouver’s Corrina Keeling is a musician and “sidewalk chalk revolutionary” whose folk music in the expression of “a deep and powerful voice of the feminine.” Keeling joins host Ian Cromwell for a night of songs and discussion (and maybe some special guests).

Friday, April 24

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Matt Holubowski Live @ Home pour Moisson Montréal, Pt. II

May 1 @ 4:30pm PDT / 7:30pm EDT
After a successful April outing, the bilingual Quebec folk singer returns with a selection of songs—including from his new album Weird Ones—in French and English. Proceeds will be donated to Moisson Montreal, a food bank that serves over 250 community locations in Montreal.


Said The Whale

May 1 @ 5pm PDT / EDT & 8pm PDT/11pm PDT
A message from Said the Whale: “From our homes to yours, we would like to perform for you. Tyler, in his small studio behind his apartment in Vancouver. Ben, in his attic above a sleeping five-month-old baby. Jayce, in the music room of her lofted apartment in Whistler, BC.” Requests are encouraged, as are birthday greetings for Jayce. Plus you can pick the time zone that best suits you (maybe it’s both? It’s probably both).

Saturday, May 2


SOLD OUT: Steven Page Live from Home II

This show is sold out, but Steven Page has announced a THIRD SHOW on May 9th.


Songs of Hope and Healing with Coco Love Alcorn

May 2 @ 11am PDT / 2pm EDT
Alcorn is back for a third set from her living room featuring songs from her own catalogue, covers, and interactivity (singalongs wanted).

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Dan Mangan Quarantunes Vol.7

April 25 @ 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT
The Side Door co-founder returns for his quarantine-length weekly residency from his basement. As usual, he’s down to take your requests.


Paper Beat Scissors - live from home

May 2 @ 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT

Tim Crabtree AKA Paper Beat Scissors AKA dream-folk singer-songwriter, whose UK touring plans for Parallel Line have been shuttered, instead offers up “a chance to pause and breathe slowly on your Saturday afternoon (requests and heckling encouraged!).”

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David Beckingham: Alive at Home (Just When The Light)

May 2 @ 3pm PDT / 6pm EDT
Hey Ocean!’s Beckingham wraps up his three-week stand with songs from his intensely personal solo debut album Just When the Light.


Gator Nate ONLINE - A Night At the Swamp @ Harry Chapin Food Bank!

May 2 @ 5pm PDT / 8pm EDT
The swampy backwater blues of Gator Nate—“a whiskey-drinkin’, guitar-slingin’, shit-talkin’, ramblin’ renegade”—offers up slide guitar punctuated by poems and harmonica. Proceeds will go to the Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida, which feeds 28,000 people weekly.

Sunday, May 3


Noble Son #Quarantunes Vol.2

May 3 @ 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT
Three weeks before his (aptly?) named album Life Isn’t Fun drops, the hilarious and heartfelt Noble Son (AKA Adam Kirschner) offers “soaring vocals, beautiful harmonies and gentle reprieves…punctuated by chaotic crescendos and timely comic relief.”



May 3 @ 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT
Singer-songwriter Michel continues his witty weekly wonder show from his home studio in rural Ontario. When the weather gets nicer he’ll venture outside…maybe that’s this week? Deep-dive requests encouraged.


Online Charity Drum Clinic w/ Jake Boyd

May 3 @ 1pm PDT / 4pm EDT
Hollerado’s former time keeper will deliver a master class on the drums—practice pad (or kit) recommended. Boyd promises “which rudiments to roll with, how to get the best sound out of your equipment, how to nail that fill in “Americanarama,” and whatever else comes up.” Proceeds will go to the Toronto Food Bank.


HfA presents The Young Novelists #StayHome Virtual Concert

April 26 @ 4pm PDT / 7pm EDT
Presented by the Huntsville Festival of the Arts in Ontario, the married folk duo The Young Novelists will sing songs from its catalogue, including the concept album City & Country.

Tuesday, May 5


Hugh Glass (The Duke Listening Party)

May 5 @ 8pm PDT / 11pm EDT
The hip-hop artist will come at you live from Oklahoma City, playing tracks from his new project The Duke, the follow up to last year’s Lyrics.Don’t.Matter.