Listen to Margaret Glaspy kick off Rock the Garden 2017

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Margaret Glaspy at Rock the Garden (Evan Frost)
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  • Emotions and Math 03:07
  • Parental Guidance 03:22
  • No Matter Who 02:53
  • Situation 02:03
  • You and I 02:41

California singer/songwriter Margaret Glaspy kicks off Rock the Garden, sounding even more rock 'n' roll than expected. Overnighting in from a few stops on a European tour, Glaspy and band played a wide selection of songs fromEmotions and Math, plus music from older projects.

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Emotions and Math
Parental Guidance
No Matter Who
Situation
You and I

Tune in at 10 a.m. each day the week of August 7 to hear highlights from the main stage acts at Rock the Garden 2017.

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    Margaret Glaspy opens the main stage. (Evan Frost | MPR)