Each day, Rich Terfry and Radio 2 Drive wraps up your day with music and stories about the interesting things going on in the world. Now, you can follow along at home. Here are the stories we're talking about today.
Today, Nana Aba Duncan hosts as Rich makes his way back from the Prairie provinces.
JUNK IN THE TRUNK
The Rolling Stones turned 50 years old as a band yesterday (even though the majority of them are in their 70s). In honour of this historic moment, CBC Music wants to give you something Stones.
You can win one of the most detailed accounts of the epic legacy the Stones have left. All you have to do is vote on our poll for the Best Rolling Stones Song of All Time.
That'll automatically enter you in a draw, but you've got to do it before Wednesday, July 18th. So make your voice heard, and win something for it in the process!
10 Landmark Moments in the Career of the Rolling Stones
You thought you'd seen every incarnation of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe". I'm here to tell you there is one more, and it's big.
Join us right at 3:30 to start this show right. And since you came all the way to CBC Music, here's a live version of our first song of the day. It's "Henry Nearly Killed Me," by Ray LaMontagne. Here, he gets some help from the Pariah Dogs at Bonaroo 2011.
Losing a car can be the worst day of your year, or even decade. But sometimes, that same car can be the best day of your decade, even if it's a much, much later one.
We do a lot of talking about music around the CBC, but there's nothing quite like a musician explaining their own songs. Today, Sarah Harmer takes you behind "The City," a song about relationships.
Summer is a great time to take in the beauty that is vintage Drive-In movie theatres. But some theatres find the only thing getting the way of TRUE movie-going enjoyment is the "vintage" part. Introducing: HD DRIVE IN!
A happy birthday to the late Desmond Dekker. Born in 1941, the Jamaican native scored a #1 hit in the UK with The Aces and their track "Israelites".
In the spotlight today: Our daily look at new music features Wintersleep and "In Came the Flood".
This is one of those items that treads the fine line between amazing and disgusting: pizza vending machines. It's an experience that includes fresh dough and ingredients cooked right in front of you, in under 3 minutes, and for under 6 dollars. Can it possibly be any good? You'l have to be the judge.
All these things we have can make us sad. We buy lawn ornaments to make our properties more pleasant, but then don't have the time to sit and enjoy them. Well, it's time to take a stand. We're taking back the outdoors, and we're making sure we have the time for it!
In the spotlight today: Our daily look at new music features Stars and new music from their upcoming album The North. Today, take a listen to "The Theory of Relativity".
One of the most recognizable costume for a male stripper is the Police Uniform. They display authority, while still taking on a playful demeanor. Just, don't get a police stripper confused for the real thing.
In the spotlight today: Our daily look at new music features Plants & Animals. Check out a performance they gave to George Stroumbolopolous and The Hour:
on Jul 16, 2012