Heatbox is the alter ego of Aaron Heaton, a Minneapolis based vocal performer who mixes beatboxing and acapella with a number of looping effects to create rich and complex songs with a hip hop vibe. He talks to Will Moore about his process and lets his unique personality out.
We’re all familiar with and might participate in traditional winter sports…snowshoeing, skiing, snowmobiling. But painting outside in the winter? Turns out it’s a big, fun deal. Painters Neil Sherman and Michelle Wegler joined Dave on The Roadhouse before the start to fill us on the event.
Cook County is a top Minnesota destination for people looking to retire…but is retirement always as rosy as we imagine it will be?
Host, Carl Unbehaun, presents a cavalcade of songs by Minnesota songwriters along with his musical musings! Lots of variety this episode, from Sarah Morris to Mark Ross & the Three-Nineteen, plus new to MHB: Jim Walsh. And we report on Captain Pabst, a new beer from the makers of PBR!
Jesse Whitney creates music on an electronic device known as a synthesizer. His next show is at the Kit Kat Club in Minneapolis. In a conversation with Phil Nusbaum, Jesse told of his music creation and style, and also about the modular synthesizer.
Marilyn Lee is a woman of many talents. She’s a photographer, she’s a quilter and embroidery artist who conducts online workshops, she’s a collector of antique sewing machines and a lover of the outdoors. Maylands blending several of her talents and her newest endeavor, painting with thread. Her sewing tool of choice is one of her many antique treadle sewing machines, but don’t be fooled by her use of old school technology. Marilyn has a thriving online existence. Her YouTube channel has more than 17,000 subscribers and some of her videos have been viewed close to 300,000 times. We learned more about her passions, her upcoming online classes, and her serene, northwoods life on the morning show!
As wind energy becomes more prevalent, it is important to make sure wind turbines are as safe as possible for birds.
We all know about rain, but a few weeks ago on the East Coast, it was raining…loons!
Sky Blue Trio is Mike DeBevec, piano and vocals; Karina Roth, vocals; Mike Roth, string bass; Erik Hahn, saxophone and flute, Eric Anderson, trombone and euphonium; and Thomas Stamps, percussion and vocals.
Kashimana writes from life. Her songs are about love, about letting your light shine and about the current scene. When Kashimana talked to Phil Nusbaum, he asked where her songwriting comes from.
Kashimana writes from life. Her songs are about love, about letting your light shine and about the current scene. Catch Kashimana at Jazz Central Studios in Minneapolis, Thursday January 30 at 8PM. When Kashimana talked to Phil Nusbaum, he asked where her songwriting comes from.