Skinner & T'witch's comical country spoof, ‘Breakaway in a Takeaway’, was played on Arthur and Andrea Berman’s Pacific Pickin’ this week on Vancouver’s CiTR! You can listen again via this link...
Saturday, October 13, 2018 by T'witch Filed in: Canada | Everybody’s Grotty | Listen Again | New | New Album | Radio & TV
Skinner & T'witch's comical country spoof, ‘Breakaway in a Takeaway’, from their new satirical album, 'Everybody's Grotty' (!OUT NOW!), was played on Arthur and Andrea Berman’s marvellous Pacific Pickin’ this week (Tuesdays from 6-8am CAN ET/11am UK BST) on Vancouver’s CiTR: www.citr.ca or via www.tunein.com.
You can listen again to the show via a podcast on the CITR website via www.citr.ca/radio/pacific-pickin/episode/20181009 and via iTunes.
Everybody’s Grotty’ is available to order/download via www.skinnerandtwitch.bandcamp.com/album/everybodys... and via this website.
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