MNCast Episode 27: My Friend Oatmeal, Smellkin Ernesto, KG

MNCast Episode 27: My Friend Oatmeal, Smellkin Ernesto, KG
MNCast Episode 27: My Friend Oatmeal, Smellkin Ernesto, KG

Episode 27

On the latest episode of MNCast, Jimmy and Dan sit down to discuss the Jonas Brothers reunion, the crazy snow we were experiencing across the entire state throughout February and March, and do a deep dive into 3 new amazing songs from My Friend Oatmeal, Smellkin Ernesto and Duluth artist KG, whom we also interviewed at the end! Take a listen to the full episode right here, and don’t forget to subscribe!

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Additionally, Dan took some time to sit down with a 1-on-1 interview with KG about her approach towards songwriting, how she invokes creativity within herself through environments and feelings, and some other awesome topics. Be sure to check that full episode out right here.

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MNCast is a podcast hosted by Jimmy Byrne and Dan Smith, two music professionals living and working in Minnesota. Together, they recognized how hard it can be to be "heard" in today's industry. With so much going on, new music being released every single day, and music blogs & local radio stations being flooded by new releases - it's no wonder so many people aren't getting airtime. After months of conversations and complaints to each other, they decided it was time to start something new. Since August 2017, MNCast has been dedicated to delivering what you missed in Minnesota Music right to your ears!

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