This Canadian rocker is releasing his third album, Sweet American Music, which once again features his Minnesota band the Governors and was produced at Sparta Sound. He joined us in the studio on June 23, 2015 to talk about the album and preview the band's set at Taste of Ely later the same night.
Homegrown Week on KUMD! Local actor and tax preparer Curran leads this laid-back, roots-rock trio. They've been performing regularly around the Twin Ports for the past few years, although they have yet to release an album. Listen to our session from April 27, 2015 in anticipation of their Thursday 11pm slot at the Tower Avenue Tavern for Duluth's Homegrown Music Festival.
Abe Curran and the Blue Rooster stopped by the station as part of Homegrown Week on KUMD. They played us a few tunes and talked about their Homegrown strategies and what they've been up to.
This Cloquet native from the band Saint Anyway is releasing his first solo album, Hungry Heartland. Listen to our session with him from April 28, 2015; it was a preview of his show the following night at Amazing Grace Cafe in Duluth.
Jamie Kallestad, of Saint Anyway, swung through the studio and played us a few tunes and chatted with us about his first solo album.