This week on Minnesota Music notes Brett Carter features multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter Jillian Rae. Rae’s latest album I Can’t Be the One You Want Me to Be, came out in March 2019. The songs range from indie pop to folk/americana to some straight up rock and roll with the song Buried Alive.
Host, Carl Unbehaun, presents a cavalcade of songs by Minnesota songwriters along with his musical musings! On this episode, we play the March co-writing submissions and a few other gems by members of the MN Association of Songwriters. And we report on Andy and my trip to Urban Growler & Disgruntled Brewing. All on MHB!
Frank Sinatra’ song catalog is one of great staying power, and so are Andrew Walesch’s treatments of Sinatra songs. Andrew sings Sinatra in front of a Big Band Friday and Saturday April 9 and 10 at 7PM at Crooners. Andrew talked to Phil Nusbaum about Sinatra and the show.
This week on Minnesota Music notes Brett Carter features Duluth musician and public speaker Gaelynn Lea. Lea was born with a genetic condition that causes complications in the development of bones and limbs. She travels to speak on the obstacles facing people with disabilities and accessibility in the music industry. During the pandemic, Lea began producing a weekly show on YouTube which resulted in an album, The Living Room Sessions, featuring songs recorded in her apartment.
In this episode of Real College Podcast we will be bringing you some treasures from the vault, alongside some brand new content! Come along with us and discover how pets can help us cope with stress, take a dive into education reform, understand why you may be jealous of your vaccinated friends, uncover what it is like to be pregnant behind bars, learn about the origins of street art, and sit down with the local band Sapphire to discuss their music!
1:27-Pets and Stress Management-Kasey Salazar
8:05-School Reform-Casey McCabe
22:13-Vaccine Jealousy-Shannon Brault
29:19-Incarcerated Pregnancy-Petra Holtze
38:11-Street Art-Ethan Olson
42:36-Band Interview: Sapphire-Emma Morris
The fabric of Lance Heddan’s life is woven with threads of curiosity, creativity, connection, and soul… He’s a painter, a glass artist, and a musician who plays saxophones, clarinet, trumpet and flutes. Meet Lance and learn how renaissance festivals influenced and inspired his life in this Area Voices segment.
Host, Carl Unbehaun, presents a cavalcade of songs by Minnesota songwriters along with his musical musings! Lots of variety on this episode, including songs by Laura Lou, Captain Gravitone, and a new one by Pat Egan, plus a gem by Canadian artist, Sol James. Plus we tell of swag being handed out by companies to get the COVID-19 vaccination shot. All on MHB!