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Where's Art? with Annie Dugan - did you know your neighbor was an artist?

Support for Superior artists (pun intended), the art of the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon, the animated Jonathan Thunder and more this week on Where's Art? The Beargrease Art Show is on display through March at the Great Lakes Aquarium; hear more about the show this week on Radio Gallery .

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Four women standing with instruments in front of a wall of CDs
Christine Dean for KUMD

1/12 Live From Studio A: Superior Siren

Laura Sellner debuted Superior Siren as a solo project in Duluth in 2012 expanding her atmospheric, eerie folk sound by adding cellist Rachel Gobin, bassist Nyssa Krause, and drummer Emma Deaner in 2015. The quartet released its first, much-anticipated self-titled debut on January 12, 2018. They joined us that afternoon to share songs from the album and talk about how the project has grown and changed. Superior Siren

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Nai Palm, Needle Paw

KUMD Album Review: Nai Palm

Nai Palm | Needle Paw With her Zen-filled lyrics and a gentle delivery, Nai Palm, the 23-year-old lead vocalist of the Australian based soul quartet Hiatus Kaiyote, delivers an acoustic barrage on her solo debut Needle Paw .

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Friday, May 5th at 2pm

We welcome artists from this year's Homegrown Music Festival into our studios for music and conversation.

Listen to our session with local group the Three Altos from May 2, 2006.

http://sarathomsen.com/altos.html

Thursday, May 4th at 1pm

We welcome artists from this year's Homegrown Music Festival into our studios for music and conversation.

Listen to our session from June 2nd, 2006 with this acoustic songwriter and slide guitarist from St. Paul.

Jeff Ray

Tuesday, May 2nd at 1:30pm

We continue our preview of this week's Homegrown Music Festival with an in-studio session with Charlie Parr, who plays the same night at Sacred Heart.

Tuesday, May 2nd at 3pm

Eric Pollard drops by for music and conversation.

Friday, April 28th at 3pm.

A. Paul Ortega is a Mescalero Apache musician and medicine man from New Mexico. He'll perform at St. Scholastica's American Indian Art and Music Festival.

Haley Bonar returned to Duluth for a CD release party for her new album, "Lure the Fox" on April 28th, 2006. She stopped by our studios for music and conversation. Listen to the interview and performance here!

www.haleybonar.com

Friday, April 28th at 1pm.

This St. Cloud band will drop by our studios to preview their "Cabin Fever Review" shows at the Tap Room on April 28th & 29th.

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Featured Live From Studio A

Charlie Parr Joins Us Live, January 24 at 2pm

KUMD is a Proud Sponsor of the 2018 Beargrease Sled-Dog Race

Join us at the 34th annual John Beargrease Sled-Dog marathon

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