A conversation with Richard Underhill, member of the iconic band the Shuffle Demons, legendary saxophonist, and Kensington community activist. Topics include: the sympathetic relationship between being culturally confrontational and having a great time; the psychological differences between the Cameron house and the Air Canada Centre; the positives and negatives to being vulnerable as a performer on stage; and how the Shuffle Demons went from being a street band to a big deal. Plus 900 saxophonists playing the theme song from Hockey Night in Canada in Dundas Square? And there’s a new ‘What The F--K Was That??’ quiz – Congrats to Lorne for winning the last episode’s quiz!