A SHOUT OUT TO OUR FANTASTIC GUESTS
There are many fantastic guests on our programs that help us deliver great global radio to you 24/7. A big WERB thank you to them all. You can meet them (and hear what they had to say) through the links below.
In a stellar career, singer/songwriter, piano-player, producer, arranger, Elio Pace has performed with Brian May, Huey Lewis, Glen Campbell, Gilbert O’Sullivan, Lulu, Mike Rutherford, Don McLean, Tom Chaplin, Debbie Reynolds and Martha Reeves to name but a few; appeared alongside legendary guitarists James Burton and Albert Lee at the London Palladium for Jerry Lee Lewis’ 80th Birthday UK Farewell Concert; and played for Sandra Bullock’s 30th birthday party.
Elio’s critically acclaimed, self-penned debut album, ‘A Seat At My Table’, captured the attention and hearts of music lovers everywhere and his Christmas single, ‘What A Day’, labelled a modern classic by celebrated broadcasters and commentators, features on worldwide radio playlists every December.
A prolific songwriter, Lily Frost currently has 15 albums under her belt, under five different labels — Warner, Nettwerk, Aporia, Boxton and Marquis. Lily Frost comes from the Montreal underground mod scene. She moved to Vancouver and went from busking rockabilly to spearheading the Cocktail nation with her band The Colorifics who led the Blue Lizard Lounge scene throughout the 90’s. Lily then signed to Nettwerk as a solo artist before moving to Toronto where she was born. She has been working hard with Aporia and Marquis for the past decade. Lily is a dramatic, stylish performer who draws from the aesthetic of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the soundtracks of Quentin Tarantino, and the hot and bothered emotional drama that goes on between us fascinating humans. The poetry of Rimbaud, the erotica of Anaïs Nin, and torch singers like Julie London and Juliette Greco all serve as strong influences.