Shows Hosts Highlights September LIVE on Iceberg Various times over the weekend September LIVE returns to The Verge and Iceberg this Labour Day weekend! Turn in for exclusive live recordings from Serena Ryder, Arkells, Metric, The Tragically Hip, City and Colour, Half Moon Run and many more! PLUS, each day at 11 am and pm EST, we'll feature our Live at Massey Hall series with complete sets from Bry Webb, The Rural Alberta Advantage, Destroyer andCold Specks. Regular Channel Programming Live @ the Verge Wednesdays 6 pm ET Rebroadcasts Fridays 3 pm & Sundays 9 pm ET Tune in for great live sessons. LATV, where the bands don’t just drop in to talk about music, they also play the songs LIVE. The Grocery List Mondays 2 pm & 10 pm ET Rebroadcasts Thursdays 7 pm & Saturdays 12 pm ET The Grocery List is Iceberg’s weekly countdown show. Join us as we profile the hottest tracks of the week on Iceberg and for special guest hosts almost every week. The Leake In Review Fridays 6 pm ET Leake recaps the week in music and sets up your weekend. You can also check out Leake’s podcast at iTunes! Gina K’s Press Play Saturday 10am ET, Sunday 1pm ET Experience the chilled out, easy side of Iceberg on this NEW show, as Gina K plays you the best music from emerging artists, offers up exclusive interviews, and lots more. Jeff Leake Jeff Leake's life is quite simple. He listens to music, goes to shows, then repeats. After escaping Tricky who threatened his life while cooking fish for his crew, Leake also outwitted a ghost that used to hold him down in his bed every night. Drew Khan Drew Khan grew up in Toronto listening to all types of music - everything from country to calypso. Not surprisingly, music continues to be a huge part of his life. You can hear Drew on The Grocery List, your top ten countdown on The Verge and Iceberg, where he serves up your top tracks with fun facts every week, and on Live@TheVerge, where he gets to know the artists behind the music. When he’s not on the mic, Drew is also an artist and designer. Gina Kennedy Did you know that there’s a New Glasgow? Gina Kennedy does. It’s the northern Nova Scotia town where the indie loving host you’ll hear on The Verge and Iceberg was born and raised before moving to Toronto to study radio at Humber College. When she’s not playing you the best emerging Canadian artists, she’s listening to the Dandy Warhols, Beta Band or The Spice Girls (yes, you read that right), gigging around Toronto or enjoying a good glass of wine. Possibly all at the same time.