Neko Case/People Got A Lotta Nerve
Chris Koza/Ponderosa Pine (opening for A Piano In Every Home-March 19 at Icehouse MPLS)
John Grant (featuring Tracey Thorn)/Disappointing
Eurythmics/I Need A Man
Rolling Stones/Doom And Gloom
Retribution Gospel Choir/Maharisha
Billy Dankert/Come Back
Sinead O’Connor/Where Have You Been?
The Bristols/My Bonnie
Band Of Horses/Compliments
We Are The Willows/Dear Ms. Branstner (celebrating the release of their follow-up album-April 23 at Icehouse MPLS)
Fathom Lane/Naked In The Grass (appearing at the Tavern w/ Katy Vernon-March 19)
Kishi Bashi/The Ballad Of Mr. Steak
Cloud Cult/You’ll Be Bright
After the news, area funeral announcements, and the weather forecast
The Divine Comedy/The National Express
Gruff Rhys/Honey All Over
Paul Kelly/I’ll Be Your Lover
Closed out today’s show with an in-studio appearance by the members of A Piano In Every Home (Jake Pavek-piano, guitar & vocals; Travis Erickson-guitar & vocals; and Jake Wallenius-drums), who will celebrate the release of the first installment of their highly-anticipated new album, “North American Review,” Saturday, March 19 at Icehouse MPLS (with an opening set by Chris Koza. Tickets available here.) I’ve had the chance to take a listen to the new album (officially released March 11) and it is gorgeous! Such a treat to have these guys venture down from the “big city” on a Wednesday afternoon and join me. Really beautiful stuff. Thanks, guys! Congrats on the new album and please come back down again soon. Such lovely music.
Take a listen to the segment here.
The band performed:
Waiting On A Big Jet Plane
Seasick in Ohio