Listen to our session with this local band, formerly known as Diet Folk, from July 16, 2014. Clark recently released a self-titled album that he recorded in Nashville. We get to hear a few songs and learn about their new album.
Listen to our session with this multi-instrumentalist roots musician and his band from August 22, 2014. Huber spent six years in Milwaukee a "streetgrass" group, the .357 String Band, before going solo and putting out three albums of his own.
Listen to our session from June 30, 2014 for a session with this reunited alt-rock Twin Cities band. Formed in the mid '80s by brothers Kraig, Kirk, and Kyle Johnson, the group was part of the same Minnesota music scene that spawned the Replacements and Husker Du, among others.
Run Westy Run stopped by the station to play us some tunes
Listen to our session from July 11, 2014 with this foot-stomping country gospel band from the Mahtowah area that helped close out this year's Homegrown Music Festival. The band features Colleen Myhre and Caleb Anderson (from The Two Steps and Old Knifey and the Cutthroats). They play us a few tunes and talk about their new album.
Listen to our session from June 5, 2014 with one man band Johnny Vee, aka Jaw Knee Vee. He talked about his recent move from the Twin Cities to Duluth and gave us a sample of his raucous, low fi, rockabilly punk blues.
Acoustic folk band, Cowboy Angel Blue, joined us for our live session May 29, 2014. They played us a few tunes, including covers of Bob Dylan and Neil Young songs, and talked about the origins of their musical duo.