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End of year ’11, twenty-first century – looking back and forward.

The final Echo Chamber of 2011…
Ready to usher in a brand New Year. And quite a fun way to go out… A few new items; some Christmas leftovers; and around half a dozen renditions of “Auld Lang Syne”, including the sublime Ghetto Priest version.

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I subbed for Ellen Stanley today, so I got to do a FOUR HOUR show which combined Women Folk with Rollin’ & Tumblin’. I promptly filled the extra time with party music for the coming New Year’s Eve 2012 Weekend. See Play List Below.

Lady J sits in, doing an extended edition of Rollin’ and Tumblin’:rollinandtumblin!

Vandy (of Chooglin’, the Huckleberrys) and our friend Angela Behrends (Tatters, Palmer’s Bar) joined Spin with Cyn premiering 3 brand new Chooglin’ songs from their forthcoming record.

Today we listened to an interview with Dr. Premanand, one of the founding members of the Indian Music Society of Minnesota, who recently passed on.

CHRISTMAS GOSPEL.


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Yuletide and Winter Solstice musings silly, solemn, and rocking

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A North Shore Christmas Karol, Part II

Deadbeats on the Air presents a radio theater event: “A North Shore Christmas Karol.” Based on Charles Dickens’, “A Christmas Carol,” this adaptation by Britt Aamodt has been modernized and set in Minnesota’s Arrowhead region.

Deadbeats on the Air is a radio theater group, founded at KFAI radio in 2008, by Britt Aamodt, Michael Fischbein and Mike Stapp. Their first production was the original feature “The Evil of Shady Lake” about the evils of toxic dumping and “those odd people next door.” In 2010, they adapted a popular Minneapolis comic strip, “Road Kill Bill,” created by artist Ken Avidor, for KFAI’s Wave Project.

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