Eclectic

Jumping borders of language, culture and heritage, finding commonality in scales, rhythm, tones, and instruments. Doug brings music and voices from around the globe - with occasional guests, commentary on events and issues. You can get a hold of him thru e-mail at . Now back on Wednesdays - at 8 am.

Heart of the City Radio is produced by local musicians for local musicians! That means that all the music you hear is locally produced by current or former Minnesota Christian recording artists, oftentimes right here in the Twin Cities. Production-wise, our music often rivals the major labels! What's more, Heart of the City Radio music is truly eclectic, so in a typical hour-long show you'll hear 10-12 songs ranging from pop, to black gospel and everything in between! And remember, through your listening loyalty and by purchasing some of their music, you encourage and support all this great local talent, and thus you inspire them to continue making more great music!

Jazz is an evolving language with deep roots and sprawling branches. Representing each root and branch is a unique culture that amalgamated with the whole of it. Jazz Diaspora is reflection on this family tree loosely called Jazz.

h3. Playing instrumental records from Thrift Stores since 2005.

We specialize in...

* Exotica
* Crime Jazz
* Lounge and Cocktail music
* Oven Mitt Organ
* Ping-pong percussion
* Bongos.

Join me, Krista Wax, for KFAI's local show Sunday's 10:30-midnight. Each week I will bring you fantastic MN local music and every show is archived for 2 weeks! #mnmusic

Host:  Brenda Bell Brown

Play for Me is a uniquely formatted mix of talk and music, addressing the public interest while celebrating the guest's personal life and aspirations. Potential guests range from public figures to common folk from all walks-of-life who bring the KFAI audience current, while providing personal and historical context to a variety of topics ranging from sports to politics to art and all that jazz. Host Brenda Bell Brown interviews guests, with the intent to address issues of current concern.

this is the Swedish coffee bread we sometimes give away during pledge drives

Poetry, Science and Wrestling is a cultural conversation based very loosely around the aforementioned pillars of society, in roughly that order, with a heavy dose of sentimental folk music, acoustic party music and bits of classic jazz.

We also hope to feature snippets of and cross referencing to other KFAI music programs, along with short cultural and scientific features. So far, this is our basic rundown for Thursday afternoons, with Paul Brohaugh and Mark Koerner:

2:00 poems, birthdays, music, sports, weather, rivoting conversation

2:31 MinneCulture

We want this show to be a place for us to showcase our many musical influences (Bachata, Cumbia, Funk, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Merengue, Reggae, Rock, Salsa, Samba, Soul, Chicano/Tejano).

Pages