The Local Show®

Join Andrea Swensson as she explores Minnesota's local music scene, both past and present.

The Local Show with Mixed Blood Majority and our next Local Current Live!

Listen The Local Show for January 20, 2013

Jul 28, 2016 Join Minnesota Public Radio's David Campbell as he explores the Twin Cities local music scene, both past and present. Tune in to hear rare songs, live tracks, and in-studio performances.

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This weekend's episode is jam-packed with guests. Clara Salyer of Prissy Clerks, The Ericksons and Greg Grease all stopped by to help unveil our next installment of Local Current Live! Details can be found above.

However, we can tell you about our 7PM hour guest: Mixed Blood Majority will drop in for a session and interview. They're a new act featuring Joe Horton of No Bird Sing, Crescent Moon of Kill The Vultures and Lazerbeak of Doomtree.

We'll also have exclusive premieres of new John Mark Nelson and Bora York songs. More debuts are in the mix too: Carroll, Brian Laidlaw and The Family Trade, Atmosphere, Common Labor and Midway Felix.

Local stories from this episode:
Slim Dunlap back in ICU as the Replacements release 'Songs for Slim'
Trampled by Turtles announce 10th anniversary shows at First Ave
Prince playing six last-minute shows at the Dakota Jazz Club
Atmosphere announce Welcome to Minnesota tour, debut new track


It Ain't The Prettiest feat. Haphduzn, Carnage and Brother Ali

It Ain't The Prettiest (Single)
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The Moon And The Stars

John Mark Nelson
The Moon And The Stars (Single)
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Brian Laidlaw and The Family Trade
Whiskey With Goliath EP
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I Still Love H.E.R. feat. Lizzo

Greg Grease
Cornbread, Pearl and G
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Burn Down The Old School

Common Labor
Tales Of The Troubadour
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Product Of My Company (Live at Bellows Studio)

Mixed Blood Majority
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Away From Here feat. Ashley Gold

Midway Felix
The Slow Cold EP
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Program Schedule

Date Time Service Station
Sun 6:00 p.m. The Current KCMP