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Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: Brandon Post

Brandon brings his home grown music and talent to Spotlight, talking about music, family and what motivates him in this fast paced everchanging world we live in.

Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: Violet Vopni

Local singer songwriter Violet Vopni talks abut her music, sexuality and what keeps us bound to do the mundane instead of thinking outside the box.

Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: Katrina Van Humbeck – Stronger Still

This talented musician plays numerous roles in the premiere of her 3rd album, Stronger Still. Katrina Van Humbeck shares here experience working with the city's top artists and pro...

Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: Nelson Little

Nelson Little is a talented Indigenous singer songwriter and talks about his journey with his music and what he wants to portray through music and song.

Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: Desiree Dorion and Dave Wasyliw

Desiree makes her debut on Hue Spotlight, and accompanied by Doc Walker's Dave Wasyliw. We talk about having summer fun, getting back to normal and the importance of live music.

Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: James Culleton

This talented artist is the true meaning of the word, sculptor, painter, musician and now children's entertainer.

Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: Carlo Capriano

Carlo Capriano is a performer, and storyteller. His latest Sleeping With The Enemy can take you onto the dance floor, or have you second guessing your partner!

Hue Spotlight with Tracy Koga: Romi Mayes

Romi Mayes talks about her music, and Curbside Productions that changed the music game for a lot of local musicians during the pandemic.