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    Michael Lyon Releases New Album,”What Could Be”

    Folk artist Michael Lyon recently released his 14-track album titled “What Could Be.” Three and a half years in the making, Michael took advantage of the freed-up time we all experienced during the pandemic to write many of the tracks on this album. Self-described as acoustic folk rock indie, his influences include artists The Beatles, […] More

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    Bloodline Opens up Their Home in Anticipation of Album Celebration

    This past August the trio of Eliza, Lukaz, and Julia Wheaton released their sophomore album Moments. The siblings front the apropos-named band Bloodline. Moments provides fans with another level of development and artistic intention with a new collection of songs. That advancement is heard in the authenticity and emotional depth that each moment brings in […] More

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    DJ Sophia Eris is excited to keep the crowd dancing at Music 4 Shelter [INTERVIEW]

    DJ Sophia Eris is excited to keep the crowd dancing at Music 4 Shelter. Taking place on October 6 at the Fillmore Minneapolis, this annual benefit concert supports Simpson Housing Services’ shelter and housing programs. Sophia performed as the DJ at the very first Music 4 Shelter benefit concert in 2021. She is looking forward […] More

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    Nur-D Invites you to Music 4 Shelter Benefit Concert [INTERVIEW]

    Nur-D invites you to rock out and give shelter at Music 4 Shelter. Taking place October 6 at the Fillmore Minneapolis, this annual benefit concert supports Simpson Housing Services’ shelter and housing programs. Along with legendary Minnesota band The Suburbs, Lady Midnight, and DJ Sophia Eris, Nur-D looks forward to an incredible night of music […] More

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    Mile of Music Interview: Soultru

    Self-proclaimed hip-hop/soul crooner Soultru played his very first Mile of Music with a large schedule of performances over the festival’s four days. The Davenport, Iowa-based artist pulls his influences from growing up around gospel music and listening to Fred Hammond and Smokie Norful. Soultru is part of a growing backbone of an indie music scene […] More

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    Mile of Music Interview: Christopher Gold

    If you’ve attended any of the past nine Mile of Music festivals, there’s a high chance you’ve seen Christopher Gold playing. As one of the few artists that have performed at every “mile,” Christopher is the gold standard of local artists calling Appleton, Wisconsin home. A veteran in the music industry and passionate songwriter who […] More

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    Mile of Music Interview: Buffalo Rose

    Charismatic 6-piece modern folk group Buffalo Rose from Pittsburgh experienced their very first Mile of Music Festival by playing at a variety of different venues across Appleton, WI. Witnessing their very last set in the 4 days, it was shocking the amount of energy and magnetism that they still had after performing so much. Lead […] More

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    Mile of Music Interview: Joy Clark

    New Orleans-born singer-songwriter Joy Clark celebrated her second Mile of Music Festival by bringing a calm wave of radiating positivity to all of her sets. Clark has received national accolades for creating soulful songs that celebrate peace and the overwhelming power of love. Her contributions to the Black Opry and her all-encompassing passion for performing […] More

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    Mile of Music Interview: Anthony D’Amato

    New York native Anthony D’Amato connected with us last weekend just after his performance at the Mile of Music Festival. As a first-timer at the festival, Anthony pulled double duty playing solo as well as in the new super-group Fantastic Cat, which a Rolling Stone staffer introduced as his favorite new band. Last year, D’Amato […] More

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    INTERVIEW: Falcon Arrow Releases Patterns In Noise with Local Label Solsta Records on July 8th

    Instrumental experimental rock band Falcon Arrow, composed of bassist Matt Reints and drummer Dav Kemps, is hitting another huge milestone since forming in 2007. On July 8th, they release Patterns In Noise, their second on Phil and Hannah Borreson’s Solsta Records. The special evening will be hosted inside Solsta’s St. Louis Park record store with a […] More

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    Jeremy Garrett of the Infamous Stringdusters Talks Bluegrass Roots, Improvisation, and More Ahead of Hook and Ladder Show

    In music, few traits are as important as creativity. Instrumental proficiency, vocal talent, and myriad other tools can certainly help an artist, but what separates the wheat from the chaff is the ability to draw on those tools and make something new, original, and moving. This is true in almost every genre, but for progressive […] More

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