Recent News

  • If you are a big fan of train songs be sure not to miss Rockin’ In Rhythm 6:00 to 9:00 am on Nov. 19th. Host David Cummings will be welcoming our pal Dick Himes to the show. He will be bringing in a whole stack of music about train related songs and David will do the same. So, three count them, three hours of great railroading songs.

  • KFAI now offers mp3 live streaming and program archiving for each of the 91 produced programs you’ve come to enjoy. Podcasting of KFAI’s news and public affairs programs will also be active in coming days. There are a few more wheels and cogs to be activated before podcasting is live. KFAI welcomes your feedback about these new additions. Let us know at

  • KFAI’s 2009 Board of Directors election time is here. We want your input as a listener member. Your opinion counts. Let us know your preferred candidates to the Board of Directors for Listener Members.

  • KFAI is proud to sponsor Resistencia Festival, Minnesota’s 4th Annual celebration of alternative music and art in Spanish, English and Portuguese.

    The event will take place Friday, November 14th, 2008 at Bedlam Theatre on Minneapolis’ West Bank.

    Resistencia Festival features more than ten local bands.

  • At 11 am on Wednesday, November 12th, Truth To Tell broadcasts a Community Shares Transportation Forum at the Wilder Center.

    Almost three years into its development, the Central Corridor Light Rail Project remains the Twin Cities’ primary transportation development effort.

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  • On November 3, November 10 and November 17, KFAI airs three weeks of winners from the Third Coast International Audio Festival (the Sundance for Radio).

  • Join hosts of MN Soundtrack Jackie and Jonathan November 28th at Acadia Cafe for a special Thanksgiving Electric Turkey edition of MN Soundtrack Live at the Acadia Cafe!

    We welcome ambient glitch artist Caly McMorrow: and electronic punk duo Nobot:

    Tune in to MN Soundtrack:node/3302 at 7:30PM Friday the 28th for a live interview

  • On the current Freewheelin’ November 10th edition, host Jackson Buck interviewed the legendary Joan Baez.

    Joan Baez has been described as the most accomplished interpretive folksinger of the 1960s. She’s influenced nearly every aspect of popular music in a career still going strong.

  • Tune in November 6th at 7:30 pm for a sneak peak of Roxxy Hall Band’s new album She’s the One on Fresh Fruit. They’ll be celebrating with a CD release party at Lee’s Liquor Lounge Saturday, November 8th. For more info, click here:

    Fresh Fruit:node/89 airs every Thursday 7:30-8:30 pm and is the longest running Queer program in the country!

  • Please help us celebrate at KFAI’s 30th Anniversary & Flip The Switch Party on Saturday, November 8, 2008 from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., featuring live music from some of the area’s most admired performers.