Ammoye + Patrick Adams

Sunday night is for the night tripper, Dr. John.

Ammoye, you may not have heard of her, but she has worked with so many artists that you respect and has been nominated for a handful of JUNOs. Her roots are founded in the churches of her native Jamaica through her new life in Toronto. Her vibrant voice blends reggae and dancehall with gospel through all of her musical creations. After overcoming some health-related issues, she has guided her soul rebel fans through the power of dub and positive thinking. She shares her personal soundtrack, while unraveling religion, family and the greatness of Grace Jones with Strombo.

Patrick J. Adams from Suits, Clara, NCIS and so much more, sits down for a great conversation and he shares his deep musical appreciation, including Charles Bradley, Drake and Gordon Lightfoot. Through it all, he opens up about his anxieties and how working on Clara with his wife and a young director helped rescue him from depression.

Tell your friends that the Spirit Of Radio lives on.


  • John Williams, “Jurassic Park Gate”
  • Timmy Thomas, “Drown In My Own Tears (Live)”
  • White Elephant Orchestra, “Revolution Superstar”
  • Filthy Friends, “Emerald Valley”
  • Matt Surfin’ and Friends, “Bleep”
  • J-Dilla, “The Diff’rence”
  • Jimi Hendrix, “Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)”
  • The Beatles, “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds”
  • Chumbawamba, “Stitch That”
  • Son Real & Jessie Reyez, “Healing”
  • Donovan Woods, “Truck Full Of Money”
  • TR/ST, “Unbleached”
  • Gesaffelstein, “Blast Off”
  • Marilyn Manson, “I Don’t Like The Drugs (But The Drugs Like Me)”
  • Queens Of The Stone Age, “Feel Good Hit Of The Summer”
  • Cheech & Chong, “Up In Smoke”
  • Aretha Franklin, “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”
  • Brenda Holloway, “I’ll Always Love You”
  • The Marvelettes, “Please Mr. Postman”
  • Ammoye, “Guns Off The Streets (Wedda Man)”
  • Ammoye, “Soul Rebel”
  • Jully Black, “Running”
  • Gregory Isaacs, “Handcuff (Hey Mr. Babylon)”
  • Grace Jones, “Nightclubbing”
  • Ammoye, “Boom Beats”
  • Ammoye, “Reggae Rock It Boy”
  • Ozzy Osbourne, “Crazy Train”
  • Tom Waits, “Walk Away”
  • Sonic Youth, “Bull In The Heather”
  • R.E.M., “E-Bow The Letter”
  • Tilly And The Wall, “Nights Of The Living Dead”
  • Christian Scott, “Ancestral Recall (Ft. Saul Williams)”
  • Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba, “Kanto Kelena”
  • Sho Madjozi, “Huku”
  • Notorious B.I.G., “Gimme The Loot”
  • Fatlip, “What’s Up Fatlip”
  • Earl Sweatshirt, “The Bends”
  • Earl Sweatshirt, “Riot”
  • Radiohead, “Paranoid Android”
  • Ima Robot, “Greenback Boogie”
  • Charles Bradley, “The World Is Going Up In Flames”
  • Drake, “6 God”
  • Gordon Lightfoot, “Changes”
  • Silversun Pickups, “It Doesn’t Matter Why”
  • Jesus and The Brides Of Dracula, “Turning Teeth”
  • Bad Religion, “Chaos From Within”
  • Bad Religion, “Faces of Grief”
  • Bad Religion, “Big Black Dog”
  • Corrosion of Conformity, “Vote With A Bullet”
  • Judas Priest, “You’ve Got Another Thing Coming”
  • Raymond Scott, “Nescafe”
  • Chemical Brothers, “The Universe Sent Me”
  • Tool, “Lateralus”
  • Willie Nelson, “Do Right Woman”