The Polyjesters | Kitchen Radio

Go To Artist Page

Recommended if You Like
Barenaked Ladies Dan Hicks Ween

Album Links
Official Website Online Radio Station Poly Fest

More Artists From

Other Genres You Will Love
Folk: Modern Folk Folk: Folk Pop Moods: Type: Lyrical
There are no items in your wishlist.

Kitchen Radio

by The Polyjesters

Surfing through a radio landing on many genres but still hearing the polyjesters style.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
Release Date: 

We'll ship when it's back in stock

Order now and we'll ship when it's back in stock, or enter your email below to be notified when it's back in stock.
Sign up for the CD Baby Newsletter
Your email address will not be sold for any reason.
Continue Shopping
just a few left.
order now!
Buy 2 or more of this title and get 20% off
Share to Google +1

To listen to tracks you will need to update your browser to a recent version.

  Song Share Time Download
1. Kitchen Radio 1
Share this song!
0:11 album only
2. Tuesday
Share this song!
4:35 album only
3. Manjula
Share this song!
3:33 album only
4. The Devil Came Up To Alberta
Share this song!
3:39 album only
5. Koto
Share this song!
4:30 album only
6. To Boot
Share this song!
3:09 album only
7. Cuckoo Birds
Share this song!
3:51 album only
8. Emma's Lullaby
Share this song!
4:52 album only
9. The Wonder
Share this song!
3:42 album only
10. Kitchen Radio 2
Share this song!
0:04 album only
11. Fruitbat
Share this song!
2:51 album only
12. Countryside
Share this song!
3:50 album only
13. Black Cafe
Share this song!
3:22 album only
14. The Driving Song
Share this song!
3:28 album only
15. Orange Alberta Moon
Share this song!
4:00 album only
16. Believe Me
Share this song!
4:34 album only
17. Kitchen Radio 3
Share this song!
0:25 album only


Album Notes
The Polyjesters are Canadian brothers Jason and Sheldon Valleau who hail from Alberta and honed their musical talents in Europe playing for everyone from street folk to the Prince of Monaco. Since then they have been everywhere, including the Epcot Centre and sharing the stage with The Trailer Park Boys. It’s a bumpy, twisting road they travel rife with adventure, great stories and excellent music.

They play everything from Billie Holiday to The Beatles…from old swing/jazz standards to alternative country. A breadth of musical appreciation that produced their special home-grown blend called CHUNK. A unique sound that is highly energetic, completely contagious, unfailingly entertaining and appeals to a wide range of musical taste.

Have a listen …


Jason plays upright bass, Sheldon the baritone ukulele and both sing.
The band morphs into several variations to include any combination of fiddle, percussion and guitar.

These coveted positions are filled by an elite group of talented Alberta musicians.
Matt Woodward (fiddle) and Aaron Young (guitar) quartetify this tour (look that one up!)

Brothers Valleau are funny, articulate, smart, charming and above all – talented.
They are as much fun in an interview as they are on stage.


They do it all themselves: write, arrange, play, produce, press and distribute their CD’s.
They travel with a wireless money machine and go from the stage to man their own merchandise table.

Jason and Sheldon are first to arrive and last to leave. They are a sort of the personification of the green room: fun, well known, fairly comfortable and in need of a good steam cleaning. They come by this attitude honestly having grown up in a fun, gregarious, musical family.

They are well respected amongst their Canadian peers and endeavour to help their friends along the way. The guys know how to work the internet and in doing so have found various ways to showcase their own talents and that of other independent musicians.

Jason runs a radio station out of his home in Carstairs and internet station that feature other indie artists they have met on the road. Some of whom are guest hosts. iTunes recently added Kitchen Radio as a station preset under two categories: Eclectic and International.

Sheldon surfed his way to a distribution deal with Japan and the band is heading there for a promo tour this spring. He also writes custom jingles for radio morning shows and anyone else who wants one.

The Brothers Valleau own and operate a recording studio in Carstairs and they host their annual Mountain View Music Festival which brings talent from all over to play Central Park …Carstairs, that is.

What don’t they do? The never leave a bad impression.


to write a review