Sugar Ray Norcia and the Bluetones featuring (the late) Little Charlie Baty
Super Chikin’ and Terry “Harmonica” Bean from Mississippi
Ross Sutter sings and plays songs representing a variety of European cultures. But like most artists, Covid nearly ended all of his work. But Ross adjusted to the situation. A big help for him has been workshops for artists led by arts professional Jeri Goldstein.
Let’s get lost today on Stay Human – stories from Cate Belleveau about the Lost Forty, and about Count Beltrami getting lost in the woods; Cory Kolodji tells us what to do if that happens to you; Steve Downing on the cardinal points, and as always, great music to get lost in.
Minneapolis artist Deborah Foutch creates rich and complex work with fiber and mixed media that expresses her love of the natural world. Her Soil Horizon series portrays a living system using special layering techniques and honors her father who was a soil conservationist. This story was produced by Dixie Treichel.
Sara Renner is a Twin Cities gospel singer with a big mission. In a conversation with Phil Nusbaum, Sara first addressed how she got started singing.
This week on Stay Human, our Professor of Pop Culture recommends streaming Turkey-day movies on this very, very 2020 Thanksgiving. We’ll have some non-traditional feasting, with poems and stories by Marcie Rendon, Robert Jevne and Scott Stowell, and practice gratitude with Charlie Parson. Long-distance audio, that’s the way to get together with friends for the holiday. Tune in and pull up a chair at the table, Stay Human.