Just days after the release of their 11th album, 'Ones and Sixes', Low stopped in to The Current's studio for a session hosted by Jade. Playing together since 1993, Low's Alan Sparhawk describes the band's secret to longevity. 'Luckily we've always been pretty naive,' he says. 'It's always felt like we're learning.' Check out the entire in-studio session.
Touring in support of their second full-length album, 'Too,' FIDLAR stopped in to The Current's studio for a session with host Mark Wheat. In the interview, FIDLAR's Zac Carper sets the record straight about the band's single, '40oz. on Repeat': 'It's actually about locking yourself in your room and listening to ['40oz. to Freedom' by Sublime],' he says. Check out the complete in-studio session.
In Minnesota to support his full-length album, 'Chase the Sun', Greg Holden visited MPR to play a live a session in the Forum and to chat with The Current's Jill Riley. His four-song set included his powerful and popular song, 'Boys in the Street.' Check out the full performance.
Just before playing a sold-out show at the Turf Club, Tommy Stinson stopped by The Current to play some new music (and an Arthur-Crudup-via-Elvis cover) and to talk with Jim McGuinn about his life and his bands - both his current touring band and another one you might have heard of, the Replacements.
Anticipating the release of his new album I'm Not Afraid, Minnesota's own John Mark Nelson stopped by The Local Show to perform all new songs live in The Current studio and to chat with host David Campbell.