Rock

Josefina Östling, young traditional singer from Jämtland in North Central Sweden, joins us in studio for an evening of conversation and song. Tak, Josefina.

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This week on MinneCulture, Andy Driscoll takes an in-depth look at Penumbra Theatre—celebrating its 34th anniversary as the only Twin Cities theatre producing plays by, of and for the African-American community.

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If you want to listen to the archives, please note. The show doesn’t start until 3 minutes 25 seconds into the archive….prior to that, it’s old news.

New music included Blaze Foley, Skip Soder, Hot Club Sandwich, Mose Allison, Jimmy LaFave, Nick Gravenities, Molly Maher, Eilen Jewell, and The 4 on the Floor

Anige Pykonen was in the studio for the show. We played a couple of rockabilly tracks to preview the show she and I did on her radio show “IN YOUR EAR” later that night. If you dig rockabilly and want to rock out for a couple of hours, click here In Your Ear

Click MP3 or Real Audio below to hear the Freewheelin’ archive.

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Punk rock love to Greg for filling in for me this week – and doing yet again – another amazing job with the show. I had a meeting for teaching next semester early in the morning and no time to prep – so basically…. yeah – Greg had to counteract my not punk rock stuff with some solid punk rock

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Here’s a bit of a rattlesnake! Radio Pocho takes you into the world of Chicano Rock and Rock en Español. But of course we’ve got the usual assortment of disco and funk tunes to make you shake your rump and the slow jams that’ll have you holding someone tight.

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Producer Diane Richard takes us backstage of The Ladysmith Story—a new opera by Gerald Brad Bradshaw that tells the story of Ladysmith, Wisc.

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Play list for this week.

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New music this morning from Mountain Man, a female trio out of Vermont from which you will hear a lot, I am sure. Also new local music from Poor Weather Club, and a Caribbean-Americana hybrid from Big Head Todd the Monsters, Rocksteady, the title track to their new album.

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