Sophia Shorai concert with Tanner Taylor
Produced by Daniel Zamzow
Sophia Shorai was born in Zimbabwe and raised in Minneapolis. A classically trained pianist, she began exploring jazz in her early teens, learning vocalese from her trumpet-playing father. Sophia performs regularly at the Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis, and in other venues across the Twin Cities. In addition to singing, she has done voice work for national television commercials, as well as television and motion pictures. This concert was recorded April 28, at the Red Stag Supperclub in Northeast Minneapolis. With Tanner Taylor on keyboard.
Tonight was the debut of the excellent, long awaited second Dubchek album “Far East End”; the cool new “Unify on the Hi-Fi” EP from Prince Blanco; and the new world-wise “Blues Sauce” album from Jaja Matsimela.
We speak with Elizabeth Berg about her newest novel, Once Upon a Time There Was You. Elizabeth Berg is the author of more than 20 books, among them The Last Time I Saw You and Home Safe.
We also talk with Eric Dregni about his newest book, Vikings in the Attic: In Search of Nordic America. It’s an exploration of historic sites, tales, and traditions—often quite bizarre—of this colony of Scandinavia in the Midwest. Eric Dregni is the author of many other books, including Never Trust a Thin Cook and other Lessons from Italy’s Culinary Capital.
AMPERS is the network of community radio stations throughout greater Minnesota. Tonight’s edition of MinneCulture features:
KQAL/Culture Clique KQAL’s Teri Tenseth and Winona Daily News reporter Jerome Christenson interview Heather Rogers, author of “The Hidden Life of Garbage.” This segment was part of an environmental series produced by KQAL on reducing waste.
KBEM/Minnesota Music Moments
Produced by Maryann Sullivan
This weekly series by Maryann Sullivan features local Twin Cities jazz artists. Tonight we hear segments on vocalist Arne Fogel, bassist Brian Roessler, Davina & the Vagabonds, and accordion player Patrick Harrison.
You have an extremely powerful gift. It is your Gut Wisdom, your intuition, your inner sense of knowing. When we ignore our Gut Wisdom, we can feel muscle tension, bloating, nausea, and constipation. These are signs of energy blocks. We might feel numb, anxious, depressed, or confused without knowing why.
Kinshasha shares an in-depth interview with the author of the important book Gut Wisdom. Learn about yeast overgrowth, irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut and constipation – the causes
and solutions to these problems.
Starstruck, Act 1. From the Audiocomics Company comes an audio adaptation of the off-broadway musical. A science fiction story that finds spaceships fighting in deep space and family discord coming to a head.