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What is Studio M?



Physically speaking, Studio M is our own in-house concert venue.  We invite artists that you hear on 105.5 Triple M to perform in an intimate setting, sometimes acoustic, sometimes plugged-in.  We interview the musicians, and listen to them candidly discuss thier place in the music universe. 
 
Studio M is presented by Milio's Sandwiches.  Ready.  Set. Order Milios.com.
 
We record the session and play it back on air as "Live From Studio M," a program that you can hear on Sunday's from 9am-9:30am and again during the Live And Local Hour on Sunday's from 8-9pm.
 
Want to be part of Live From Studio M?  We often invite Triple M Members to quietly sit and watch when we record our Live From Studio M sessions.  Join The Triple M Text Club and we'll let you know when it's time to enter to sit in on a session.  Text TRIPLEM to 20357 to join.  Message and data rates may apply.

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October 25th - The Strumbellas


These rising Canadian stars stopped by Studio M with Jonathan Suttin and delvered one of the more interesting stories about how they developed their song title "End Of An Era."   What does it have to do with the disease Cholera?  Listen to find out.

 
We also have produced Live From Studio M CD's, a collection of recordings from Studio M.  Here's how you can get a copy of the lastest CD: Live From Studio M, Volume 8.
 
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