A lot of musicians will talk about how the West Bank area of Minneapolis is a haven for emerging artists...and Darryl Holter is one of them.
Holter lived there in the 1960s, a fertile time in Minnesota music history, when guys like Koerner, Ray and Glover play regularly at places like Palmers Bar and Bob Dylan was...well, Bob Dylan.
Darryl Holter has worn many hats and now runs some businesses in Los Angeles. But he's also a singer songwriter himself. His latest album is kind of a time capsule of Minneapolis. It's called, "West Bank Gone". Holter stopped in the Radio Heartland studio to talk about the new release.
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- Singer Darryl Holter celebrates Minneapolis' West Bank Darryl Holter returns to the West Bank of Minneapolis to celebrate a time and a place.