In-depth interviews with new & established artists. The Kelly Alexander Show asks the questions you want answered from your favourite recording stars and celebrities.
Serena Ryder - The Art Of Falling Apart.
This week on The Kelly Alexander Show we chat with six-time Juno Award-winning Canadian artist Serena Ryder talking about her latest album “The Art of Falling Apart” and the journey she’s been on to continue taking care of her mental health. We also welcome Vancouver based indie-pop singer Michaela Slinger discussing her debut album “Panorama” including the topics she chose to cover on the project and who has influenced her musically. Later on the show we take a look back at one of our classic interviews with Brit Award-winning band Rudimental talking about their album Home from our Vintage Vault. Thank you for listening!
Andrew Farriss and Justine Tyrell - New Music!
This week we chat with award-winning singer-songwriter Andrew Farriss of the hit group INXS. Andrew is releasing his self-titled debut album and is here to tell us all about it as well as what it was like being a part of such a massively successful global rock band. We also welcome R&B/soul recording artist Justine Tyrell talking about her upcoming EP, the release of her latest single called “My Name” and if she feels R&B music gets enough support and recognition in Canada. Our music editor Sharon Hyland drops in to discuss the recent Grammy Awards and if The Weeknd made the right move to boycott the Grammys from future consideration of his songs. Thank you for listening!
Tina Landon - Celebrating Control 35!
This week on The Kelly Alexander Show we chat with award-winning choreographer Tina Landon about the 35th anniversary of Janet Jackson’s Control album. Tina was a young dancer at the time and danced in two of Janet’s iconic music videos; “What Have You Done For Me Lately” and “When I Think Of You.” We also chat with our music editor about Sharon Hyland discussing if members of the entertainment community, specifically actors, singers and musicians should ever consider running for president or some other form of public office. Thank you for listening!
Madison Olds - Best Part Of Me!
This week on The Kelly Alexander Show we chat with Canadian recording artist Madison Olds. Madison has a lot to talk about including her hit song “Best Part Of Me” and why rescue animals are so important to her. We also welcome emerging Vancouver-based pop singer Rayne. Rayne has over one million streams and has released a new track called “Envious.” Later on in the show we take a look back at one of our classic interviews with Juno Award-winning artist Serena Ryder from our Vintage Vault. Serena will soon be releasing a new album called "The Art of Falling Apart" and to help us get ready we’ll listen to what she had to say the last time she was on The Kelly Alexander Show which includes talking about a pretty famous Canadian who is a big fan of her music. Thank you for listening!
Tyler Shaw - When You're Home!
This week on The Kelly Alexander Show we chat with Platinum-selling recording artist, producer and actor Tyler Shaw about his new single "When You're Home" and becoming a new dad and how that has changed him as an artist and person. We also speak to Canadian DJ and producer Famba about his new single "Still Call You Mine," the production process he goes through to create his music and which superstar DJ he'd like to work with. We also welcome our music editor Sharon Hyland discussing the performances at Joe Biden's recent inauguration and why it was a risky move for certain artists to be involved.
Erin Stevenson - Never Too Much!
This week we chat with Soul R&B recording artist Erin Stevenson who has had an amazing career as a back-up vocalist for A-list artists like John Legend, Nicki Minaj, Justin Timberlake, Camila Cabello and Janet Jackson. Erin is focusing on her solo career right now which includes a song that is climbing the charts, her version of Luther Vandross' "Never Too Much." We also welcome our music editor Sharon Hyland talking about what it is like being in a pop group, whether that happens to be a girl group or a boy band and the excitement and challenges group members face. Thank you for listening!
Best Music Interviews Out There
Just finding Kelly Alexander’s Podcast, but I’ve been a fan of the show for a while via YouTube. Kelly is one of the best, most thorough music and arts interviewers around. She takes the time to really invest in each guest, and rather than ask gotcha questions, she shows the artists that she really has done her work to know something about them. If you really enjoy music, Kelly’s show is an essential source!!