Bassist Tim Sauxhaug of Trampled by Turtles talks with Glen Braget about the then upcoming TBT gig (11/15/19) at the Sanford Center in Bemidji as well as their recent EP of cover songs, Sigourney Fever.
Glen Braget interviews Twin Cities Rock Music Photographer Fred Case, author of When the Stones Came to Town. Fred was on the scene in the Twin Cities in 1970s and photographed such legends as Elton John, The Who, Leon Russell, John Mayall, the Faces, Chuck Berry and more. In part one, Fred talks about how the book came together, growing up and running wild in the Twin Cities in the 60s, traveling to Chicago to see Blues legends and how the camera became such an important part of his life. In part two, Fred discusses what life was like on the road with the Rolling Stones while in Denmark in 1972.
The annual “Grinding Day” at Old Mill State Park in NW Minnesota on Sunday, August 25, 2019. John discusses the process of grinding wheat into flour as well as the various days events to include live music and lunch, plus a presentation by John as “Lars Larson Junior.”
This week’s guests are Joe McDonald and Steve Reynolds from “The Raven”, a quarterly magazine that’s produced in Roseau County (MN). Joe and Steve share the origin/history of the publication, it’s content and purpose, plus the role that the NW Minnesota Arts Council has played in helping to fund the effort.
Shannon Christenson is the Kindergarten teacher at Kittson Central School District in Hallock.
She also coordinates “Camp Art”, a summer art camp for elementary school-aged children. Shannon discusses an interesting mix of artists for the week-long event; Ross Sutter teaches Swedish folk music and instrument building. Susan Armington will be making a visual art collage with the children and Marie Olofsdotter will teach writing.