Jacquie Fuller

Host, The Current; and On-Air Fundraising Manager, Minnesota Public Radio
Jacquie Fuller

Jacquie Fuller is host of "Teenage Kicks," the Saturday morning retro specialty show heard on 89.3 The Current. She is also On-Air Fundraising Manager for Minnesota Public Radio. She has a B.A. in art history from Texas State University and an M.F.A. in fiction from New Mexico State University, where she cut her teeth as a DJ at the student-run station, KRUX-FM. She is a published poet and fiction writer, co-founder of Prairie Fire Lady Choir, and a mother.


Spoon

Why I Love Spoon and Why You Should, Too

The Current's Jacquie Fuller has been a fan of Spoon for 16 of the band's 18-year career. Find out how Jacquie came to love the music of Spoon -- and listen to a playlist ahead of Spoon's performance at Rock the Garden on Sunday, June 22.

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Record Store Day: Your First Albums

With Record Store Day happening on Saturday, April 19, 'Teenage Kicks' Host Jacquie Fuller is building a playlist around the first full-length purchases by MPR staff. What was your first album purchase?

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Music Memory: U2, 'Bad'

In the latest entry in our series of musical reminiscences, Ted Griner of South Saint Paul, Minn., shares a good memory of U2's song "Bad".

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The Cars

Music Memory: The Cars, "Candy-O"

The third in a series of musical reminiscences, Brian Stewart of Red Wing, Minn., shares a vivid recollection of the dramatic tension that builds between two classic songs by The Cars.

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