Music Announcements

Be sure to check out the 4th edition of the Groove Garden’s anti-Oscars: funky, groovy, jazzy soundtracks, truly worthy of award.

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The harmonies of mutual admiration reach a hungry listener’s ears so sweetly, and Minneapolis singer-songwriter Brianna Lane:http://www.briannalanemusic.com has a knack for hearing the notes we love to swoon by.

Tunes from the Great American Songbook – High Strung String Band embodies the traditional sense of bluegrass by evoking the likes of Ralph Stanley, The Carter Family, and Doc Watson, while keeping t

Mike The Hook Deutsch will appear on House Party at 5:00 pm. Then he’ll head over to the 331 Club in NE MPLS as the guest performer on the J3 Series from 7-9 pm.

This Monday, May 10th, join Glen Leslie at 10:30pm for another Journey into Thrift Store U.S.A. This week, we play the results of our recent record run to Council Bluff Iowa. Vinyl heads know the drill: 6 hours of driving followed by 6 hours of crate digging, with only 6 minutes to breath in between.

The Juggernauts, a long-running (40+ yrs) jug band from the home of the jug bands — Louisville, Kentucky — will perform live-in-the-studio on House Party:houseparty this Wednesday in the 5 o’clock hour. Afterwards the band will head over to the 331 Club in NE Minneapolis to play the House Party Presents series from 7-9 pm.

Join host Glen Leslie for 90 minutes of the best in Exotica to celebrate the Last Night of Summer, Friday September 23rd, from 9:00 – 10:30pm. He’ll be doing his best to keep the tiki torches burning one more night!

You’ll hear from the famous Exotica practitioners as well as from the unknowns — with a handful of hacks thrown in for good measure.

So you think summer is over, hey buddy? No more mint for your mojitos? No more fresh pineapple for your Pi-Yis? No more riding bareback or sunbathing nude? No more nothing?

Please join Rockin’ in Rhythm:node/69 host David Cummings and his guest Twin Cities musician and writer Les Block.

This Thursday, November 18, the whole first hour of Encuentro:http://www.kfai.org/encuentro will feature a special section in observance of the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Mexican Revolution (officially marked on November 20th, 1910).

It will present some of the best known corridos (ballads) by which the Mexican people chronicled the Revolution’s most important events and have

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