Frankie Lee

Minneapolis Skyline
Adam Fleischhacker

In its third year, Trampled by Turtles’ Festival Palomino brought together a collection of beloved musicians this Saturday under the shadow of the Minneapolis Skyline. The Arcs with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, Illinois’ multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird, British folk rocker Jake Bugg, and acclaimed groups Elephant Revival and Frightened Rabbit were among the top-billed artists. The festival featured a wide variety of Duluth influence as well, with Erik Berry Duo and Murder of Crows, both bands featuring members of the acclaimed Duluth legends, Low. Devil’s Flying Machine, featuring Charlie Parr, also contributed to this rich collection of bluegrass, folk, americana, and rock standouts.

Congratulations to all the KUMD listeners who won passes to Festival Palomino happening Saturday, September 17!  Note venue change to Hall's Island in Minneapolis.

Man in a hat and leather jacket
frankieleemusic.com

July KUMD Monthly Concert

THURSDAY, JULY 14 // Red Herring Lounge
DOORS 8PM // MUSIC 9PM // Find tickets

WIN TICKETS:

Be listening on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 12 and 13, to Music Through the Day and the Local for your chance to go to the show!

Listen to our session with these alt-country performers on from April 9, 2015. Lee, based in the Minneapolis, was named best songwriter by the City Pages in their 2014 best of the Twin Cities poll, and Hugh Bob hails from Milwaukee. They performed the same night at the Red Herring Lounge in Duluth.