Episode 055 – Catherine Bainbridge, Rob Howatson
Catherine Bainbridge is a documentary filmmaker for Rezolution Pictures and found previous success with the film Reel Injun. She has also been a producer on several shows including Mohawk Girls, Down the Mighty River, and The Oka Legacy. Her newest film is Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World, which looks at the history of Native Americans’ contribution to modern music including Link Wray, Mildred Bailey, Jimi Hendrix, Peter LaFarge, Stevie Salas and Randy Castillo.
Rob Howatson is a Vancouver historian who recently uncovered a story about a Vancouver neighbourhood’s connection to country music superstar Loretta Lynn. And where does a chicken coop come into everything. Ron explains all this and how it lead to the Coal Miner’s Daughter’s first single I’m A Honky Tonk Girl. This story is featured as part of the Museum of Vancouver’s Unbelievable exhibit.
Going Home – Ulali,.
Rumble – Link Wray & His Wray Men
I’m A Honky Tonk Girl – Loretta Lynn