Music Announcements

David Bowie’s music has been an inspiration though out most of my life. He has change the face of modern music as we know it.

Tune in Radio Rumpus Room:http://www.kfai.org/node/103 this Friday, Nov. 30, for another edition of Sukiyaki Stomp!

Tune in for the final Sunday edition of Womenfolk on June 27th at 11 am. The all-request show will include your all your favorite songs as well as a special spotlight on KFAI’s stage at Taste of Minnesota:http://www.tasteofmn.com featuring a live interview with Virginia artist Telisha Williams:http://www.dandtw.com and free passes to the festival!

Join host Larry Englund of Rhythm & Grooves Tuesday, June 16, to hear interviews with Allen Toussaint and Esperanza Spalding, both of whom are appearing at the Twin Cities Jazz Festival in Mears Park. Allen Toussaint is appearing on Friday, June 19. He is a New Orleans composer, producer, arranger, and musician who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

Tuesday, December 14: Nicolas Muñoz & Vladimir Garrido from the local group Alma Andina visit Corazon Latino to share their Chilean,Andean, and Latin American music, and celebrate their new CD. We continue to celebrate December with the gaita Venezolana, and our other treats, as always!
Tune in at noon!

Called an exceptional songwriter by none other than Lucinda Williams, Austin-based Ana Egge:http://www.anaegge.com will call in Sunday, October 21st to talk with Womenfolk:node/123 host Ellen St

Sunday, September 28th, 2PM. Norwegian traditional artists Annbjørg Lien and Sondre Bratland are featured in a concert entitled På Kyrkeveien (On the way to church) appropriately held at Mindekirken (Norwegian Memorial Lutheran Church), 921 E 21st St, Minneapolis.

Sure, love’s great, but we all know it comes with its down side.

Well it’s that time again, time to honor those who have gone before us. Jackson Buck will join Rockin’ in Rhythm host David Cummings in the studio this Wednesday Jan 20th from 6:00 to 9:00am. Each year Jackson and David set aside a program to play the music of those artists who passed away in the previous year.

On February 6, 1945 Robert Nesta Marley was born in the small village of Nine Mile in Jamaica.

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