Bill Staines

Bill Staines - Live in studio


Tireless performer Bill Staines is in the area for a series of Minnesota concerts. Bill has been touring since 1969 and knows a thing or two about songwriting and car repair. He stopped in the Morning Show studio to chat with Dale and Jim Ed.

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Vinicius Cantuaria

Vinicius Cantuaria - Live in studio


The Brazilian born Vinicius Cantuaria is a singer, songwriter, guitarist and percussionist. His career connects several zones of Brazilian music. His new album, "Silva" released on Hannibal/Rykodisc worldwide is currently in stores.

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Kelley Hunt

Kelley Hunt - Live in studio


Powerful live performances at over 100 music festivals across North America have gained Kelly Hunt a great following and made her a crowd favorite. She has been described as a powerhouse singer, a hardboogieing pianist, and a polished songwriter.

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The Current Sessions®

Amy Shark visits The Current as her music career takes off

Amy Shark performs in The Current studio

'It's still blowing my mind that I'm from a long way away, and my little song's being played in Minnesota,' says Australian singer-songwriter Amy Shark. 'It's amazing.' Amy Shark shared songs and stories when she visited The Current's studio for a session hosted by Jill Riley.

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Oake and Riley Features

Coffee Break: Trios

The Police

Today in 1977, The Police made their live debut as a three-piece band when they played at the club Rebecca's in Birmingham, England. For today's Coffee Break, what trios do you want to hear?

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Jon Bon Jovi performs in 2011

Today in Music History: Bon Jovi released 'Slippery When Wet'


Bon Jovi released 'Slippery When Wet'; Mick Jagger got hurt making a film; Diana Ross had her second No. 1 single; the Police made their live debut; Kanye made an impassioned anti-discrimination speech; the Beatles' classic lineup made its debut; and Chic went No. 1, Today in Music History.

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