WR724: JP Hoe

Episode 724 September 15, 2022 00:41:16
WR724: JP Hoe
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Show Notes

I’m not sure why I waited so long to get folk-pop singer-songwriter JP Hoe on the podcast, but we remedied that with a conversation about his new LP, Botanicals, Winnipeg as a source of opportunity, self-examination in the wake of a global pandemic, and much more!

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