Music Announcements

Join KFAI DJ Jackson Buck Saturday, February 16 for live music at the Cedar Cultural Ctr as Freewheelin’:node3292/ presents The Copperheads, Cooker John, Nikki Matteson & Her RueMates, The House O

KFAI’s Freewheelin’ is a proud sponsor of Trailer Trash’s Trashy Little Christmas Family Matinee Show, Sunday, December 14th at the Guthrie Theater.

Local honky tonk band Trailer Trash brings its annual Trashy Little Xmas show to the Dowling Studio at the Guthrie. Equal parts cockle-warming and crazy-making, the holiday season is the most stressful time of year.

Tune in this Sunday, October 28th, at 1:00 in the afternoon, as

Join Pinky Hurricane and Pop Rivets for Friday Night Free Form:node/105 on late Friday, May 11th (early Saturday, Midnight-2am) for a dose of Subculture.

Join DJs Luke Andrews and Jet Set Planet’s Glen Leslie at the King & I on Friday April 13th — lucky lucky — for amazing music and cocktails. No cover. 10pm – 2am.
LaSalle & 14th Ave. Minneapolis.

Gaia Groove, a duo from Italy will be stopping by on House Party Weds Nov 9 during the 4:00 hour. Host Harold Tremblay met them in Mankato this past weekend and had a chance to hear them play.

KFAI celebrates the start of spring pledge drive with a live broadcast of the Gangbé Brass Band live from the Cedar Cultural Center on Saturday, April 14th from 8-11pm.

Wednesday night (August 10) at midnight (maybe Thursday August 11 to you) In Your Ear: shared the airwaves with Dr. Alessandro Cozi-Lepri of The Embrooks. Along with his bandmate Travis, they brought down lots of U.S. garage 45s to spin. If the midnight hour meant you’d already gone beddy-bye, check it out via the archives!

It’s going to be a busy afternoon on KFAI’s Freewheelin this Wednesday, January 18 (2:00-4:00) as host Jackson Buck will be presenting interviews with GARLAND JEFFREYS and PAUL CEBAR.

This Friday on MN Soundtrack:mnsoundtrack. I’ll be talking with members of Gay Beast about their brand new album To Smithereens and their upcoming European tour.

Gay Beast formed mid-2005 during a fit of anxiety towards Midwestern passive aggression and as an attempt to make music that was queer in composition and aesthetic.