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MWMF 22: Heart To Gold

Tonight on The Live Feed we take you to Mid West Music Fest 2022 for some live music from MPLS band Heart to Gold. The Wake describes them as a “punk rock” band inspired by The Ramones. With tracks going all the way back to 2018, Heart to Gold has a long history as a band together performing rock-styled songs, so grab your hair gel and eyeliner, I’m Max Ackman and this is Heart to Gold, LIVE from MWMF 2022, tonight on The Live Feed. Original Air Date: 07/15/22. The Live Feed is produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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