Music

Liz Olds sits in for Ellen, playing lots of great old-timey and stringband music!

Direct from Venezuela:Aury Tovar sings & plays cuatro Live in studio!

Former local boy Willie Wisely phones in from Los Angeles to talk (pop) shop with Liberty Finch and DJ Izzy. Hear cuts from his latest release, “True,” plus Willie’s picks, including Jimmy Reed, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Le Fleur de Lys, Small Faces, the Corner Laughers and more. Plus, a musical tribute to Donald “Duck” Dunn.


Oldies, ghazals, pop, protest music, and a killer qavvali set with the Nusrat Fateh Ali clan. Plus the fabulous Najma Akhtar, Black Star Liner, Trilok Gurtu, the Bombay Dub Orchestra, and more.

Live from Minnesota presents…

Brian Laidlaw
Produced by Flor Trevino

California native Brian Laidlaw considers himself a poet first and musician second. After several years of touring, Laidlaw settled in Minneapolis to earn his Masters of Fine Art in poetry at the University of Minnesota. He wrote the album “wolf wolf wolf” as the audio counterpart to his masters’ thesis and released it in the fall of 2011. In this edition of Live from Minnesota, Laidlaw shares his poetry, music and insight on blending of these art forms. For more information, go to brianlaidlaw.com. Produced for KFAI by Flor Trevino.

Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) Dr. Curt Ficenec

What is PEMF therapy?

PEMF is a revolutionary health technique that utilizes the power of pulsed magnetic fields that have been found to signal healing. Nikoli Tesla first discovered the use of electromagnetic fields sometime back in the 19th century. Medical scientists in the early 20s employed this energy generating power to promote bone healing in fractured bones. European doctors began using the same type of therapy to help patients with many sorts of disorders including cancer, strokes, Parkinsons, as well as for chronic pain. It has been discovered and reported by Columbia University in NYC that Pulsed Magnetic Therapy can be used for nerve regeneration

BIRTHDAYS-IN-BLUE From the Land of the Round Haircut and a Remembrance of that Great Memphis Bass Player – Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn

The incomperable Mrs. Smith on Rockin’ in Rhythm.

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