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Edge Center for the Arts, Big Fork, MN

Edge Center for the Arts, Big Fork, MN



Grant Frashier travels to the Edge Center for the Arts in Big Fork to see the exhibit "First They Cut Your Hair: Remembering Indian Boarding Schools".

EP160 Harmonica Shah & Howard Glazer

EP160 Harmonica Shah & Howard Glazer

A recording reunion for two musicians in the Blues world.


EP165 Debbie Davies

EP165 Debbie Davies

A long overdue tribute to a great musician and contributor to the world of Blues Music, Debbie Davies.


EP164 Out Came the Blues

EP164 Out Came the Blues

Some historical recordings from another era.


EP163 Sweet Tea by Buddy Guy

EP163 Sweet Tea by Buddy Guy

A revisit to a great album by Buddy Guy recorded in 2001.


EP162 Stevie Ray Vaughan

EP162 Stevie Ray Vaughan

Remembering one who introduced Blues to a new generation.


EP161 Kerry Kearney

EP161 Kerry Kearney

A new compilation record of a great modern day slide player.


EP159 Kirk Fletcher

EP159 Kirk Fletcher

Blues music has been his world most of his life.


EP158 Reverend John Wilkins

EP158 Reverend John Wilkins

A Bluesman who plays gospel as well as blues.


Counter Stories: American Insurrection (half hour version)

Counter Stories: American Insurrection (half hour version)

Can America move forward? Can we “heal” without honesty?

The Counter Stories crew share their reactions to the events that unfolded in the US Capitol on January 6th examining the intersections of race, religion and history, and how these powerful elements have repeatedly been used to subjugate the lives of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) community.


Counter Stories: American Insurrection

Counter Stories: American Insurrection

Can America move forward? Can we “heal” without honesty?

The Counter Stories crew share their reactions to the events that unfolded in the US Capitol on January 6th examining the intersections of race, religion and history, and how these powerful elements have repeatedly been used to subjugate the lives of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) community.


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