Aaron’s Radio Show

Episode 66

My Three Songs with Lynda Kraar

 

Episode 66: My Three Songs with Lynda Kraar

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Episode Notes

EPISODE 66 – My Three Songs with Lynda Kraar  Welcome, everyone, to Episode 66. This is the 55th in our series of episodes called My Three Songs where my guest chooses three memorable songs and we listen to the songs and talk about why they are meaningful to my guest. Lynda Kraar is a lifelong musician, currently living in Toronto. Besides doing live performances, she dedicates time to non-profit organizations. We had a great time listening to and discussing three meaningful songs for her, including “City of New Orleans” by Steve Goodman.

Here are links provided by Lynda as a companion to the mentions she made in her interview. Check them out!

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Three Songs

  • The City of New Orleans – Steve Goodman (1975)
  • Caldonia – Louis Jordan and the Tympany Five (1945)
  • Twist and Shout – The Top Notes (1961)
  • Aaron’s Radio Show has been licensed by ASCAP and BMI to include songs from their repertories in performances on this website.

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