Marcia Hyatt is a leadership and life coach who provides a weekly feature on WTIP's North Shore Weekend titled "The Best of Ourselves," which explores how we can be resilient and creative in these turbulent times.
Local musician Maria Nickolay stopped by The Roadhouse on November 9 to perform a few original songs. Maria also spoke with Roadhouse hosts Dave and Brian about what’s next for her and her music.
November 10 marked the 43rd anniversary of the sinking of the freighter Edmund Fitzgerald and the loss of her 29 crew members. Every year on that day, Split Rock Lighthouse has held a special memorial beacon lighting and a reading of the crew members names to the tolling of a ships bell.
Todd Garland, Jake Jonker, Keith Bower, and Nick Glass have been laying down jazz grooves in the Twin Ports for the past year. Garland found his way to Duluth after time spent in the Atlanta and Chicago music scenes. The group mixes covers of modern groove tunes from artists like John Scofield and Charlie Hunter with unconventional versions of pop and rock tunes. They celebrated their one year anniversary with a show at Beaner’s Central on November 16. We got a preview when they joined us in the studio on November 12.
On this segment of Paddle Minnesota, Jim Gallagher talks with Minnesota author Rob Kesselring. Rob’s latest book is a biography of his friend and bush pilot Merlyn Carter.
Brothers Ryan and Jesse Dermody make up this duo, who’ve been playing music together for nearly two decades. Their expansive, blues-and-folk-influenced rock belies the simplicity of their drums and guitar setup. On their latest album, Blue Spruce, they flesh out their sound with help from special guests including Colleen Myhre on backing vocals and Trampled by Turtles’ Ryan Young on fiddle. The disc was recorded at their own off-the-grid studio in the woods of Northern Minnesota. We found out more and heard tunes from the album when they joined us in the studio on November 9.
It’s Veterans Day on Stay Human – NOT “Veterans’ ” or “Veteran’s”, not a day that belongs to our veterans, it’s a holiday for all of us. And this year, the 100th anniversary of the Armistice in the war to end all wars. Brian Vroman takes us to the home front in the Great War, Jeff Weintraub learns something new about World War II, Sarah Baker remembers Veterans Day 1960, and we hear from some veterans coming home
This Minneapolis trio released its debut EP, Chrome, this year. Their soulful synth-pop grooves recently landed them on the City Pages annual “Picked to Click” list. They joined us in the studio on November 8 and gave us a preview of their show happening the same night at the Red Herring Lounge in Duluth.
On this episode of The Live Feed we have singer/songwriter Matt Browne in the studio. We talk to Matt about the release of his debut ep, his plans for the future and we get to hear him perform some songs for us here in the studio.
On this episode of The Live Feed we take you to the 2018 Boats and Bluegrass Festival for Stringdingers. Stringdingers are a Minneapolis based bluegrass band with a classic country twist. Original Air Date: 11/07/18.
On this episode of Culture Clique the dead walk again and history comes alive. Willard Huyck sits down with Jonelle Moore and Jim Vrchota to talk about this years Voices of the Past Cemetery Walk, an educational tour through Woodlawn Cemetery here in Winona, MN. Original Air Date: 11/08/18.