Music Announcements

Join Glen Leslie, Friday Night at 9, for Jet Set Planet, as he presents a twin-pack of featured artists: the slippery-slope of trombonist Si Zentner and the vocal pyrotechnics of Caterina Valente. Plus the 3 Suns go Beyond the Sun, Helmut Zacharias shows off his 2 MILLION strings, and Gus Vali provides the belly dancing.

As they say at the horse track: don’t get shut out.

Be sure and tune in this Wednesday, December 12th during the eight o’clock hour as host David Cummings welcomes local film historian Bob Deflores to the show.

Who’s Spinning Who is an arts segment by Cyn Collins, a Twin Cities arts and culture writer, author of West Bank Boogie, old-time fiddler and substitute music program host for KFAI music programs

Cyn Collins is a local music writer and author of West Bank Boogie. Collins is also a KFAI volunteer and can be heard filling in as host on various shows.

On Who’s Spinning Who? producer Cyn Collins gives a voice to those in the know, interviewing musicians, producers, bookers, record store and label staff, and other music fans about their favorite mu

Log onto Poquito y Bueno for the Thursday show on February 10 and be the first person to email the title of the Gipsy Kings song played on that show, and then you’ll also be the winner a pair of free tickets to the Gipsy Kings concert at the State Theatre on Sunday, February 20th, at 7:00 pm.

Lizz Winstead stops by Pam Without Boundaries: Tuesday, September 2nd, to bring her madcap morning show antics to KFAI.

What better way to ring in Old Man Winter, than with a heavy dose of Hollywood Polynesia! Join Glen Leslie, on December 24th, from 9:00-10:30pm for a night of strange and wonderful Exotica. Eggnog tastes better with a tiki umbrella in it! Decorate the tree to the sounds of Arthur Lyman, The Waikikis, The Surfers, Martin Denny, and a whole host of guests guaranteed to keep you warm.

Tune in to Womenfolk:node/123 on this first Sunday of winter as host Ellen Stanley, spins songs of the season.

Tabla player Marcus Wise and guitarist Dean Magraw visit the KFAI studio on Pam Without Boundaries: Monday, November 8th, at 11am, to talk about their new album, How the Light Gets In. How the light gets in may be a top topic on the minds of those who have loved Magraw’s work in the many years he’s been bringing music to the Twin Cities and the world: he