Host, The Current; and On-Air Fundraising Manager, Minnesota Public Radio
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.
On their seventh album, The Decemberists continue their trajectory away from the fictive, toward the personal. This album delivers more inquiry into the human condition while retaining some of the band's trademark whimsy.
As 'Teenage Kicks' celebrates five years on the air, host Jacquie Fuller shares the videos that have stuck with her so deeply she could "storyboard them for you from memory." See if these videos jog your memory, and share your own favorites.
Host Jacquie Fuller takes us back to the very origins of the program 'Teenage Kicks', which could be traced to 1980s MTV telecasts as well as stops along the way in Texas, California and New Mexico. 'Teenage Kicks' marks five years on the air this weekend.
Teenage Kicks host Jacquie Fuller has dedicated today's episode of Teenage Kicks to rock's deceased heroes. But why would anyone celebrate Day of the Dead? Jacquie shares the historic and cultural roots of this day that honors those who've gone before us. Check it out as you listen to Teenage Kicks.
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.
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?