Random Music News for Friday, June 2, 2017

Meanwhile, Keef auctioned off some stuff to help autistic adults. That Manchester benefit sold out in six minutes. And as the Stones go on the road again, there are more road stories. Wanna buy a piece of the royalties for some Sesame Street songs? He had a party, of course. Here’s more on what’s happening. We’re getting closer and closer to Star Trek’s Universal Translator. There’s definitely a podcast revolution going on. Okay…
I’m on the No Sleep Til Sudbury podcast talking about my favourite songs. One of Jerry Garcia’s old guitars was just auctioned off for $1.9 million USD. Scalpers took seconds to start selling tickets on eBay. Disgusting. I want to be one of Mariah Carey’s dogs. Here’s why. New Order’s new thing is “conceptual synth orchestral rock.”
The latest Rolling Stone to hit 70 is Ronnie Wood. Or, if you prefer, Hitchhiker’s babblefish. It was on this day in 1999 that Bhutan became the last country in the world to get television. Arcade Fire has moved over to Sony Music from Universal, including their back catalogue. Tay-Tay must face a jury trial in a long-running dispute with a radio guy. And now, the music news for June 2. A hard truth: The music industry needs to do more on the matter of mental illness. The surviving members of Soundgarden all got together after Chris Cornell’s funeral. Listen here. Uh-oh. (Via Moe)
Some survivors of the Manchester concert bombing have been invited to sing with Ariana Grande at the benefit show this weekend.
Random Music News for Friday, June 2, 2017

Latest Study on Canadian Music Listening Offers Up Some Surprises (Hint: Radio is Doing Just Fine)

74% of radio tuning in the country goes to music stations. Morning drive is the most popular (72% of listening) followed by middays (62%) and–get this–59% of listeners from 12m-6 am. Of that time, 61% goes to broadcast radio.  That means radio is about seven times more popular for music than streaming. This week, Edison Research presented the results of its first-ever study into the music listening habits of Canadians. Radio is stronger in Canada than in the US where the share of radio listening is 54% and streaming is 15%. (Study size was 1,022 Canadians aged 13 and over.)
All Audio

The average Canadian spends 4 hours and 14 minutes a day consuming audio. (Note: We don’t get services like Pandora, which is very popular in the US.)

Satellite Radio and Podcasts

Still pretty nichey. Only 4% of spent time is with SiriusXM, which is only one percentage point higher than podcasts. Of the time spent listening to music, 16% is to CDs, vinyl and digital files

Streaming Audio

Canadians continue to adopt streaming but penetration has only reached a 9% share of listening. Their “Canadian Share of Era” survey looked at everything from radio to streaming in an effort to figure out how we all get our music fixes these days. Radio

The average Canadian spends more than four hours a day with radio. Owned Music

Prefer the music you bought?
Latest Study on Canadian Music Listening Offers Up Some Surprises (Hint: Radio is Doing Just Fine)

You Can Vote To Name the Toronto Capybara Babies After Rush, Because Why Not?

You Can Vote To Name the Toronto Capybara Babies After Rush, Because Why Not?
Appropriately named Bonnie and Clyde had three pups earlier this year, and the High Park Zoo is asking for help naming them. And the best suggestion that you should absolutely vote for is Alex, Geddy, and Neil. If you want to make an impact beyond naming the capybara babies, the Zoo is also asking for donations to help improve the capybara enclosure. The poll will be around until June 19, so check out all the options and have your say on the High Park Zoo website. The weird giant rodent walkabout went viral when they eluded authorities for more than a month? The Toronto prog-rock legends have already been immortalized with a park named after them, and of course Rush’s music will live forever, but what’s wrong with a bit more cheeky honour? If you’re curious, Snap, Crackle, Pop is in a commanding lead with just over 2,000 votes. Rush’s names are in a respectable second place with almost 900 votes at time of writing. Remember those adorable fugitive capybaras that escaped from High Park Zoo last summer? After more than 12,000 name suggestions were whittled down to 10 trios to vote for, Alex, Geddy, and Neil are by far the coolest choice on the list. Other suggestions included plenty of landmarks, celebrities, and cutesy nicknames: Mocha, Chino, Latte and Baby, Floyd, Dillinger are some of the other standouts. Maybe that includes beefed-up security, too! Turns out the pair have been busy!

Today’s Neat Music App: An A.I. DJ Brain That Builds Playlists On The Fly

Today’s Neat Music App: An A.I. DJ Brain That Builds Playlists On The Fly
Trying to impress some musical friends? Bring down the popularity slider to hear some more obscure tracks. Each genre is colour-coded, so if you decide to start with upbeat electro and move to smooth jazz over the course of an evening the colours blend to show you where in the transition you’re at. For example, if you wanted to start with your favourite alt band and end with some smoother indie rock after a few hours, Muru would take care of that for you. Overall the app is a neat mirror of what DJs do all the time – with the added benefit of technological discovery. Muru has plenty of visual cues to make the system easier to use. takes care of the rest – with plenty of room for adjustment. There are also visual representations for timing, so you can keep an eye on the playlist’s clock as well. Muru operates on top of streaming services like Spotify, analyzing the metadata of songs to determine how they could slot together. The app also has some built-in sliders, so you can adjust the playlist on the fly. What are your biggest issues with playlists? Muru does have a basic playlist builder on its website that shows you the gist of the full app’s functionality, but it can only play Spotify samples and seems to have a buggy URL. Want a bit more energy? Then when a user punches in what they want the A.I. Muru is available now, but unfortunately the app currently requires a Spotify premium account and an iOS device. So if you’re looking for magic playlists and/or music discovery but don’t fit those parameters, you’ll have to look elsewhere. Do they take too long to make? Even if you’re not a fan of the A.I.’s musical tastes, having a computer automatically shuffle in some of the thousands of new songs added to streaming services every day is a huge help. No problem, just bump up the slider a bit. Are they too static and unchanging? There’s also an era slider to move between generations, and a tempo slider for when you’re looking to change speeds. An Australian DJ understands your struggle, and has paired with computer engineers to build an artificial intelligence (A.I.) app to solve all your problems by DJing for you. The app is called Muru – inspired by an Aboriginal Australian term for “journey”, it’s essentially creator Nicc Johnson’s DJ brain encoded into an artificial intelligence. Do you have a hard time striking a balance, or finding the perfect songs to match the mood?

This Week’s Top 11 Playlist: 02 June 2017

I think I hit a new record with music submissions this past week with more than 400 coming through my inbox. The Big Ole Veronica Apology Record

11
Talking Under Water
 We Used to Dream
Talking Under Water James
Sorry ‘Bout Tomorrow! All those songs have been distilled down to these eleven. I hope you find a new favourite song among them. Thanks, as always, to Mediazoic for the hosting. ARTIST
SONG
ALBUM

1
Shred Flintstone
Happy Song
Cartoon Physics

2
Honors
Over
Single

3
Tigers Jaw
Follows
spin

4
Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel
Pulp Fiction
I Can Spin a Rainbow

5
Rancid
Ghost of a Chance
Trouble Maker

6
Ratboys
Elvis is in the Freezer
GN

7
Kult of Mary
Anti-Social
Mighty Fine EP

8
Frenzal Rhomb
Cunt Act
Hi-Vis High Tea

9
Tricot
Tokyo Vampire Hotel
3

10
Andew St.
This Week’s Top 11 Playlist: 02 June 2017

The UK Election Song That British Radio Won’t Play is Heading to the Top of the Charts

Captain’s Ska’s “Liar Liar Ge2017” looks to hit the top of the singles charts even though no radio station will play it. Let’s take a listen. With an extremely important general election looming in the UK, there’s controversy around an anti-Conservative anti-Theresa May song taking the country by storm.
The UK Election Song That British Radio Won’t Play is Heading to the Top of the Charts

U2’s 30th Anniversary Edition of The Joshua Tree is Out Today

The 30th-anniversary edition of U2’s 25 + million-seller, The Joshua Tree, has arrived. Here’s what’s inside the various versions of the reissue. Plus: Folio of 8 Anton Corbijn Color Prints from 1986
2. Plus: Folio of 8 Anton Corbijn Color Prints from 1987
3. STANDARD CD
The Joshua Tree
6. STANDARD VINYL
The Joshua Tree (double heavyweight vinyl)
5. CD SUPER DELUXE BOXSET (with digital download card)
CD1 – 2007 Joshua Tree album
CD2 – The Joshua Tree Live at Madison Square Garden 1987
CD3 – The Joshua Tree 2017 Remixes
One Tree Hill 2017 Remix (St Francis Hotel)
Bullet the Blue Sky 2017 Remix (Jacknife Lee)
Running To Stand Still 2017 Remix (Daniel Lanois)
Red Hill Mining Town 2017 Mix (Steve Lillywhite)
With or Without You 2017 Remix (Daniel Lanois)
Where The Streets Have No Name 2017 Remix (Flood)
CD 4 – The Joshua Tree B-sides / Outtakes
Luminous Times (Hold On To Love)
Walk To The Water
Spanish Eyes
Deep In The Heart
Silver And Gold
Sweetest Thing
Race Against Time
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For – Lillywhite Alternative Mix ’87
One Tree Hill Reprise (Brian Eno 2017 Mix)
Silver and Gold (Sun City)
Beautiful Ghost/Introduction To Songs Of Experience
Wave Of Sorrow (Birdland)
Desert Of Our Love
Rise Up
Drunk Chicken/America
Book: Photographs by The Edge – collection of never seen before personal photographs from the original Mojave Desert sessions in 1986 in a hardback book, with a foreword written by The Edge. Foreword by The Edge. VINYL SUPER DELUXE BOXSET (with digital download card)
LP 1+2 – The Joshua Tree album
LP 3+4 – The Joshua Tree Live at Madison Square Garden 1987
LP 5+6+7– The Joshua Tree Remixes / Outtakes / B-Sides
LP 1+2 – The Joshua Tree album
Where The Streets Have No Name
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
With Or Without You
Bullet The Blue Sky
Running To Stand Still
Red Hill Mining Town
In God’s Country
Trip Through Your Wires
One Tree Hill
Exit
Mothers Of The Disappeared
LP 3+4 – The Joshua Tree Live at Madison Square Garden 1987
Where The Streets Have No Name
I Will Follow
Trip Through Your Wires
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
MLK
Bullet The Blue Sky
Running To Stand Still
In God’s Country
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Exit
October
New Year’s Day
Pride (In The Name Of Love)
With Or Without You
Party Girl
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
“40”
LP 5 – Remixes
One Tree Hill 2017 Remix (St Francis Hotel)
Bullet the Blue Sky 2017 Remix (Jacknife Lee)
Running To Stand Still 2017 Remix (Daniel Lanois)
Red Hill Mining Town 2017 Mix (Steve Lillywhite)
With or Without You 2017 Remix (Daniel Lanois)
Where The Streets Have No Name 2017 Remix (Flood)
LP 6 – Outtakes
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For (Lillywhite Alternative Mix ’87)
One Tree Hill Reprise (Brian Eno 2017 Mix)
Silver and Gold (Sun City)
Beautiful Ghost/Introduction To Songs Of Experience
Wave Of Sorrow (Birdland)
Desert Of Our Love
Rise Up
Drunk Chicken/America
LP 7 – B–sides
Luminous Times (Hold On To Love)
Walk To The Water
Spanish Eyes
Deep In The Heart
Silver And Gold
Sweetest Thing
Race Against Time
Book: Photographs by The Edge, a hardback collection of previously unpublished personal photographs from the original Mojave Desert sessions in 1986. Last fall?–the wait is finally over. If it seems like we’ve been talking about this box set forever–When did we first hear about it? 2 CD DELUXE
CD 1 – The Joshua Tree album
CD 2 – The Joshua Tree Live at Madison Square Garden 1987
Where The Streets Have No Name
I Will Follow
Trip Through Your Wires
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
MLK
Bullet The Blue Sky
Running To Stand Still
In God’s Country
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Exit
October
New Year’s Day
Pride (In The Name Of Love)
With Or Without You
Party Girl
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
“40”
4. And it’s a big box. THE JOSHUA TREE – 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION – FORMATS
1.   DIGITAL FORMATS
3 x digital products: Standard, Deluxe and Super Deluxe audio as outlined above.
U2’s 30th Anniversary Edition of The Joshua Tree is Out Today

The Ongoing History of New Music Encore Presentation: The Beastie Boys, Part 1

The Ongoing History of New Music Encore Presentation: The Beastie Boys, Part 1
Meanwhile, we’re going to offer up encore presentations of the most popular and most-requested programs of the past couple of years. If you’re in any of those markets and you want the show, lemme know and I’ll see what I can do. We’ll begin with a two-part retrospective on the Beastie Boys. Songs heard on this show:
So Watcha Want
Egg Raid on Mojo
Cookie Puss
Rock Hard
She’s On It
(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party)
Brass Monkey
No Sleep ‘Til Brooklyn
Hey Ladies
Shadrach
Official Maker of the Playlists™ Eric Wilhile, has provided this. Don’t forget that you can get the podcast version of this podcast through iTunes or wherever you get your on-demand audio. The Ongoing History of New Music can be heard on the following stations:

102.1 The Edge/Toronto – Sunday night at 7
Live 88-5/Ottawa
107.5 Dave-FM/Kitchener
FM96/London – Sunday night at 7, Monday night at 11
The Drive/Kingston
Power 97/Winnipeg (Sunday nights at 11)
98.1 The Bridge/Lethbridge – Saturday night at 6, Sunday morning at 10am
Rock 97.7/Grand Prairie – Sunday nights at 6. WAPS/WKTL The Summit/Arkon, Canton, Cleveland, Youngstown

We’re still looking for more affiliates in Calgary, Kamloops, Kelowna, Regina, Saskatoon, Brandon, Windsor,  Montreal, Charlottetown, Moncton, Fredericton, and St John’s and anywhere else with a transmitter. 92X/Calgary
Sonic 102.9/Edmonton
The Zone/Victoria
The Fox/Vancouver
Live 105/Halifax
NEW! We’re now into the off season for The Ongoing History of New Music, which gives me a chance to gather material for new shows in the fall.

Chris Cornell: The Toxicology Report Has Been Released

Vicky Cornell had this to say:
Many of us who know Chris well noticed that he wasn’t himself during his final hours and that something was very off. Chris killed himself by using a red exercise band around his neck and attached to a clip hanging on the top of the bathroom door. They also found the Ativan (the brand name for Lorazepam), which treats anxiety. Two weeks after the death of Chris Cornell–a death ruled as a suicide–the toxicology report has been released.   After so many years of sobriety, this moment of terrible judgement seems to have completely impaired and altered his state of mind. There were also indicates of pseudoephedrine, which used to be a pretty standard decongestant until people started using it to cook meth. This also explains the four fresh needle wounds found on Chris’ left arm. Normally, it’s used in the case of an overdose of heroin or other opioids. It turns out that there was more than just Ativan in Chris’ system when he died. The Narcan seems to have been administered by the paramedics who responded to the scene, thinking that they might be responding to an OD. The report found that in the time leading up to his death, he had ingested Naloxone, which is also known as  Narcan, the drug that blocks or reverses the effects of opioids. However, it does raise questions about Chris’ state of mind–mental incapacitation?–at the time of his death. We have learned from this report that several substances were found in his system. Finally, they found barbiturates, which acts as a depressant on the central nervous system. His bloodstream also contained Butalbital, which is both a painkiller and a sedative.  Something clearly went terribly wrong and my children and I are heartbroken and are devastated that this moment can never be taken back. We very much appreciate all of the love we have received during this extremely difficult time and are dedicated to helping others in preventing this type of tragedy. They can be used for anything from headaches to anesthesia to capital punishment. The report says that the drugs did not contribute to his death–at least not directly. None of this changes the verdict of suicide by hanging. What does this all mean? It’s commonly used with acetaminophen or aspirin. If you’re a pharmacologist, please weigh in.
Chris Cornell: The Toxicology Report Has Been Released

Rock Am Ring, The Massive German Rock Festival, Evacuated After Terror Threat

Rock Am Ring, The Massive German Rock Festival, Evacuated After Terror Threat
More than 1,200 security personnel are on hand as a result of the Manchester bombing. Organizers remember last August when an asylum seeker from Syria blew himself up outside an outdoor festival in the German town of Ansbach. Some 85,000 people were expected to attend over the three days. This being Germany, everyone left in an orderly fashion, some of them singing “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”
Better safe than sorry, of course. Rock Am Ring, one of the biggest music festivals in all of Europe, was thrown into chaos today when organizers evacuated the grounds after an unspecified terror threat.

Random Music News for Saturday, June 3, 2017

Can the Pemberton Music Festival be saved? Brad Pitt took Chris Cornell’s kids on a trip to Universal Studios. GWAR is pissed at Kathy Griffin for stealing their act. Here’s another example of how music can change one kid’s life. Maybe. Could Them Crooked Vultures fly again? Some group called “The Beatles” has the #1 album in the UK this week. Maybe. Country star Vince Gill has temporarily joined the Eagles. NINE. Universal Music Group is donating $500,000 to the victims of the Manchester bombing. Do you get those annoying calls from people who want to clean your furnace ducts? I got nine yesterday. And yes, Beyonce will headline a night. Don’t count it out. And now, the music news for June 3. Not quite, but…
The dates for Coachella 2018 have been set. Brexit Radio? Radiohead is getting pushback about playing a gig in Israel. Thom Yorke is not impressed.
Random Music News for Saturday, June 3, 2017

Mining Twitter Data for Information on Canadian Music

About 18% are more likely to stream music online than non-Twitter users. Twitter is always making a push to get more involved in the music habits of its users. My question: What are the other 4% doing? Canadian Twitter users spend more than 10 hours a week listening to music. The 5 most-mentioned upcoming festivals (based on data from January 1-May 26) are:

Boots and Hearts Festival – Oro-Medonte, Ontario (@BootsandHearts)
WayHome Music & Arts – Oro-Medonte, Ontario (@wayhomefestival)
RBC Bluesfest – Ottawa, Ontario (@ottawabluesfest)
Osheaga Festival Musique et Arts – Montreal, Quebec (@osheaga)
Le Festival d’été de Québec – Québec City, Québec (@FestivalEteQc) The most-followed Canadian artists are:

Justin Bieber (@justinbieber)
Drake (@Drake)
Avril Lavigne (@AvrilLavigne)
Carly Rae Jepsen (@carlyraejepsen)
Shawn Mendes (@ShawnMendes)

66% of Canadian Twitter users say they don’t mind spending money on festivals. Here are their latest findings:

96% of Canadians on Twitter are interested in music.
Mining Twitter Data for Information on Canadian Music

Musicians: Apply for the Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class

These musicians will also receive a week-long all-inclusive trip to Toronto for an intensive mentorship week with Canada’s Music Incubator at Coalition Music, culminating with a music industry showcase night in Toronto. Additionally, musicians receive a trip to the 2018 JUNO Awards in Vancouver, including tickets to JUNO Week events and a showcase opportunity during JUNOfest, a documentary-series capturing their journey to run on JUNOTV.ca, and studio time at Slaight Music Recording Studios. From the top 10, three winners will be chosen by the 2018 Super Jury. Check out here to watch the 2017 Master Class wrap up video. Sitting on the jury is Lights, the Arkells’ Max Kerman, Kardinal Offishall, producer Gavin Brown, and President and CEO of CARAS/The JUNO Awards and MusiCounts Allan Reid. This panel will be announced in August. For more information, check out the website. Musicians can now apply for the third annual Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class. This program acts as a bridge between two key pillars of CARAS; music education through MusiCounts and the celebration and promotion of music excellence through the JUNO Awards. There are no fees attached to applications, however submissions require a CARAS Academy Delegate endorsement. Musicians interested in participating in the 2018 Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class can apply at junomasterclass.ca before June 30. Winners of the 2017 contest include Vancouver-based indie-rock group Youngblood, Nova Scotia’s pop-electronic group Neon Dreams, and Winnipeg hip hop ensemble The Lytics. This Master Class includes a weeklong customized artist development program co-created by Canada’s Music Incubator at Coalition Music. Three emerging Canadian artists will be given the tools needed to amplify their careers with unique opportunities and lead them on a path to the JUNO Award stage. The Top 10 artists will be determined by a vote from a panel of Canadian music industry leaders, including representatives from major and independent music labels, publishers, agents, managers, and media partners. You can check out the 2018 submissions videos here. The three winners, who will be announced in September 2017, will receive hands-on mentoring, education, and skills training, development, and networking and collaboration opportunities.
Musicians: Apply for the Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class

Check Out these Cool Photos Featuring Drummer Carmine Appice

“Diamond Head” from “Purple: The Carmine Appice Art Collection” via carmineappicedrumart.com

SceneFour’s Cory Danziger spoke of the collection: “As with the other drummers we have worked with, Carmine Appice is of a rare talent. He currently celebrates his 50th anniversary as a recording artist and touring musician. By combining LED lights, cutting edge photography, and powerful drumming, innovative Los Angeles art company SceneFour collaborated with legendary drummer Carmine Appice to create a unique collection of images. An innovative style earned him renown among fans and critics as well as a spot on Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Drummers of All Time list. A limited number edition of the collection signed by Appice was released at CarmineAppiceDrumArt.com. Released on June 1, “Purple: The Carmine Appice Art Collection” is the latest in a series featuring other iconic rock drummers such as Chad Smith, Steven Adler, Steve Smith, and Carl Palmer, among others. To think my work as a drummer could lead to such beautiful and striking images is not something I ever imagined before. “Waves” from “Purple: The Carmine Appice Art Collection” via carmineappicedrumart.com

Appice still tours with several bands and thinks that “Purple” is a perfect title for his collection “because it is be [sic] basis for the color schemes of the collection which takes on a whole new dimension when viewed with the special optical lenses”. he result from his work behind the kit is a series of images that jump to life with a brand new technology that allows normal viewing or 3D imagery when viewed through a special set of glasses that come with the art work”. “In Space” from “Purple: The Carmine Appice Art Collection” via carmineappicedrumart.com

Appice commented: “Creating this artwork has been a whole new journey for me. I am grateful to Scene Four for giving me this opportunity to combine my skill as a percussionist with such a striking visual medium”. Having played drums as a member of Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Beck, Bogert & Appice, King Cobra, Platinum Rock All Stars and lending his talents to the likes of Rod Stewart, Ozzy Osbourne, and Pink Floyd, Appice is a world famous performer, author, and music educator.
Check Out these Cool Photos Featuring Drummer Carmine Appice

Band Condiments (No, That’s Not a Typo)

Band Condiments (No, That’s Not a Typo)
Food is something normally reserved for the riders of bands on tour. 1 Beet Ketchup
We love beets! We’ve sourced the very best fresh tomatoes the west coast has to offer. For the low, low price of $6,000.00 US, Jonny would be happy to come cook for you and five of your closest friends! You’ll find yourself craving this amazingly rich Beet and Tomato Ketchup with it’s beautiful color and earthy flavor. For Jonny Hetherington of the band Art of Dying, however, food is it’s own reward in creativity. Pour it on and feel good about what you’re eating! Some even try to save the world. The term ubuntu generally translates as ‘humanity towards others’. Jonny will work with you on choosing a date that makes the best sense for you and he’ll also develop a custom menu with you for your special night. Here’s the description of his three types of ketchup:
1 Original Ketchup
It’s all about tomatoes! Some open restaurants, others invest in business ventures. Hot Sauce Trios included for all. Let’s make this a celebration to remember! 1 Goji Berry Ketchup
Goji Berries are a superfood packed with antioxidants and energy boosting qualities, and we’re lucky to have Canada’s only grower right here in our own backyard! Musicians are creative folk and you often find them branching off into different forms. It doesn’t stop there though! 
Available anywhere in the world! They are naturally sweet and packed with ‘out of the garden’ goodness. Painting is often an outlet for many as words and music can tell a story and perhaps for some, the actual picture is nice addendum to their style. Jonny has his own line gourmet ketchups and hot sauces that sound incredibly creative. Cool right? *Alcohol not included
Perhaps the song “Ubuntu” from their 2015 album Rise Up, was a nod towards this side of Jonny. Our Ketchup has a beautifully balanced flavor and is made without preservatives or additives. Jonny comes to your place, shops at your local market and hosts a wonderful evening of food, music and celebration with you and your special guests. Getting into business is also something you see quite often with band members getting involved in all sorts of things. Our Goji Berry Tomato Ketchup has a unique and tangy flavor with the added bonus of amazing health benefits.