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3 February 2007 - Different When It Comes To You was released as a download only track from Life Short Call Now.


15 February 2007 - News from Toronto, a new festival benefiting Habitat for Humanity, info from www.soulshine.ca - Soul Shine Magazine

Kingfest 2007 Rocks Seneca College, Benefits Habitat For Humanity

A new outdoor music festival is on the list for this year in the greater Toronto area. Kingfest 2007 will take place on June 23 and 24th and feature the best in country, folk, roots, blues, and jazz providing a diverse line up for music lovers on multiple stages. The festival will be held at the pristine Seneca College, King City Campus situated over 100 acres of fresh green property.

Bruce Cockburn, Prairie Oyster and many other well known performers are getting ready to perform this year, and the festival is still accepting applications for performers, crafters, artisans and food vendors until April 30.

Habitat for Humanity is an independent, not-for-profit organization that builds simple, decent, and affordable houses and provides interest-free mortgages to families who would otherwise not be able to purchase their own home. $2 off each ticket sold at Kingfest will go to Habitat for Humanity York Region to help families in need with affordable housing.

For more information on Kingfest 2007 please visit www.kingfestmusic.com


February 2007 - Frank lets us know that one of Bruce's German solo shows was recorded for a German radio station. The gig was 2. Februar 2007 in Quasimodo Berlin, 22.00Uhr, "Life Short Call Now - Tour 2007", Bruce Cockburn (vocals & guitar) with Angela Desveaux (vocals & guitar).

The show will be broadcasted on 17 April 2007 beginning 2.05am (local German Time)

There is a live-stream of that radio station available so everybody who is interested can access.

The link to the radio station is: www.dradio.de/dkultur/.
The link to the mp3-stream is: www.dradio.de/streaming/dkultur.m3u.
The link to the OGG-Vorbis-stream with better quality than the mp3-stream is: www.dradio.de/streaming/dkultur_hq_ogg.m3u.

~bobbi wisby


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