Beginning with June 30, 2010 every week "Live From Studio 5!" broadcast live performances in our studios of local bands of all different genres. Occasionally we interviewed national artists such as Wanda Jackson, Kid Koala and Dale Watson. At the end of 2015 we pulled the plug but it's legacy will live on FOREVER on the Internet 'til the End of Time. "Live From Studio 5!" was a group effort hosted by MJ Gilmore, Cher Dial, Casey Moo, Doug The Thug and Dew Glass with lots of help from others including Georgia Cady, Clay Kennedy, Ryan Pollard, Kelly Kongsgaard, Sheila Smith, Lawrence Sputnik, and Wyatt Sarber, who by the way is the BEST sound engineer on the Planet. Our Blogger was Seth Hynes-Marquette. You can listen to ANY of our previous shows at ANY time from ANYWHERE on the planet except North Korea just by clicking here:
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A magazine show with music, guests and news from and about the Irish and Celtic communities in the Twin Cities and beyond. Our guests include musicians, writers, and  local and international personalities. We occasionally (some say "often") lapse into pure malarkey (exaggerated, meaningless or foolish talk, usually intended to deceive or poke fun).

With hosts David O'Sullivan and Siobhán Kierans.

Mondays 7:30pm - 8:00pm

Studio line: 612-341-0980

Have you checked out the new variety of KFAI's Web Exclusive programming yet? JAZZED UP AND BONKERS is one of those shows. 

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Pop Wagner has been part of the folk scene in Minneapolis since he arrived in town over 40 years ago. He will be helping to start a new vibe on University Avenue in Minneapolis. Pop Wagner spoke with KFAI’s Rico Morales about his career, influences, and more. Pop Wagner will be playing at The Roots Cellar at University Baptist Church in Minneapolis.
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World Exposure Interviews artists, musicians, bands and other groups that strike our intrigue.