Policy and a Pint - The Future of Minnesota's Environment


Steve Seel discusses personal environment decisions with Larry Baker, Senior Fellow at the University of Minnesota's Water Resources Center, Kristin Nelson, assistant professor for the Department of Forest Resources and Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, and John Curry, campaign director for the Minnesota Campaign for Conservation.

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Cast of Constant Star

Constant Star - in studio


The cast was in the studio to sing some songs from Park Square Theatre's production of "Constant Star", a musical based on the extraordinary and heroic life of Ida B. Wells.

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The Crystal Skulls

Crystal Skulls - in studio


Two albums in twenty-four months may seem rather aggressive to most, but it's just part of how the four-piece from Washington approach their music.

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Policy and a Pint

Policy and a Pint: The Future of Minnesota's Environment


Steve Seel discusses personal environment decisions with Larry Baker, Senior Fellow at the University of Minnesota's Water Resources Center, Kristin Nelson, assistant professor for the Department of Forest Resources and Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, and John Curry, campaign director for the Minnesota Campaign for Conservation.

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South

South - in studio


South, a trio who hail from London, share keyboard, guitar, bass and percussion duties. And they change music styles just like they change instruments.

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Adam Brevin of She Wants Revenge

She Wants Revenge - in studio


Do you think that Fred Durst has good taste? Well, he may not seem like the hippest guy around these days, but he did manage to sign L.A.'s She Wants Revenge to his imprint for Geffen after they were introduced to him by Balthazar Getty.

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Guy Garvey, lead singer of the band Elbow

Elbow - in studio


Known for their unique sound and the deeply personal lyrics of singer Guy Garvey, Elbow have received vast critical acclaim and been endorsed by major artists REM, U2, and Blur.

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Dave Hamelin of the band The Stills

The Stills - in studio


The Stills are a Canadian rock band consisting of members Tim Fletcher, Dave Hemlin, Liam O'Neil and Oliver Crowe. They have known each other since the age of 12 and played in various bands prior to forming the Stills in 2000.

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The Current Sessions®

Josh Ritter: Virtual Session

Josh Ritter: Virtual Session with The Current

Josh Ritter joins The Current for a virtual session. Hear songs from his new EP, 'See Here, I Have Built You A Mansion,' plus a familiar favorite.

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Blu DeTiger: Virtual Session

Blu DeTiger - Virtual Session

Blu DeTiger joins us for a virtual session to perform a few tracks she's released this summer, and talks to us about sharpening her skills while playing bass over DJ sets in New York clubs pre-quarantine, finding success on Tik Tok, and what she'll be releasing later this fall.

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Samia: Virtual Session

Samia: Virtual Session

SAMIA shares songs from her upcoming record, The Baby, and talks to Jade about recording in Minneapolis with members of Hippo Campus, getting over fears of being alone, and what it's like to release a debut record during a pandemic.

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Ondara: Virtual Session

Ondara

Jade spoke to Ondara about how growing up in Kenya influences his view of America today, how Carl Sagan has inspired him, and what he'll be working on this fall.

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The Current Morning Show Features

Coffee Break: Leading ladies of rock

Alison Mosshart

We put the spotlight on Alison Mosshart this morning - lead vocalist of the Kills and the Dead Weather - as she turns 42 today. So for today's 9:30 Coffee Break, what leading ladies of rock do you want to hear?

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The Kills

Today in Music History: Happy Birthday, Alison Mosshart


Alison Mosshart was born; The first jukebox was installed; Elvis Presley got punched; Billy Swan had a one-hit wonder; Rush performed in Rip; Bono and The Edge surprised the audience at a charity gig; and blues legend Robert Johnson began his first recording session, Today in Music History.

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