Coyote

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 3/2

Mar 1, 2018
Twin Cities PBS

Gabriel Douglas, Laura Sellner, Nick Costa, and Jordyn Johnsrud
Storytellers. Featured Singer/Songwriters from Minnesota explain the meaning of a song before playing it in an Intimate Listening Experience
The Red Herring Lounge
Thursday, March 1 | 7 PM | $5 | All Ages

KUMD is Proud to Sponsor The 4onthefloor
Stomping Blues band comes to party. 4 Bass Drums. Fun 4 everyone. Let's Party
The RedHerring Lounge
Friday, March 2 | 9 PM | $10 | 21+

The first music event at NorShor is just around the corner! This exciting local music showcase will feature Low and Dave Simonett with special guests Gaelynn Lea, Superior Siren, Coyote, Rick McLean, Benson Ramsey, Anna Tennis, Paul Lundgren, and Take It With You!

 Former Duluth mayor, Don Ness, will host this historic evening celebrating local music, community and the newly renovated NorShor Theatre.  

Michael Rael [via Flickr]

Larry Weber observes the cold temps ending this month are in sharp contrast to the warm temps at the end of November.  Our precipitation totals for 2017 are 6 inches above the normal average.  We reach perihelion on the night of January 2 when the earth is closest to the sun on its annual orbital journey.  There will be two full moons in January – on the 2nd and the 31st, and there will ALSO be two full moons in March – on the 1st and the 31st!  Larry is conducting his Christmas bird count today.   He has seen many tracks in the snow; mammals are out and about despite the cold temps, includ

Coyote in Studio A
KUMD

Local musicians Jerree Small and Marc Gartman have been making beautiful acoustic music together as Coyote for 10 years now. Along the way they added bass player Matt Mobley and released a handful of albums. In honor of the band's anniversary, they performed at Sacred Heart Music Center in Duluth on September 29. We got a preview when Small and Gartman joined us in the studio the same day.

Listen to our session with Duluth acoustic folk band Coyote from September 29, 2011. We talked about their forthcoming live album, recorded during their Duluth Homegrown Music Festival performance earlier in the year, and we get some insight into Marc Gartman's favorite (and least favorite) harmonica players.

Coyote