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The Local Show with Gospel Gossip and Live Letters

The Local Show for March 17, 2013
| 02:00:00

On this weekend's episode of The Local Show, Gospel Gossip returns to The Current studios for a performance. Their new self-titled album will be out on March 19.

Sara Montour and Steve Korf, the founders of Live Letters, will also drop in for an interview and tease their upcoming show with Chalet, Joey Kantor's new project.

We've also got the first song from Har Mar Superstar's forthcoming record Bye Bye 17. It's coming out on Julian Casablanca's Cult Records. The rest of the show is basically one big debut: new music from Vague-a-Bonde, The Replacements, Crimes, Dan Israel, Web Of Sunsets, Frankie Lee, Haphduzn and Dimitry Killstorm, Humanda, Wiping Out Thousands, Hollow Boys, Meta and even an unreleased song from 12 Rods. Whew!

Local stories from this episode:

Har Mar Superstar embraces Motown soul on new 'Lady, You Shot Me'

Kevin Beacham reflects on his history in the Twin Cities hip hop scene and new show H2 Local

Local Radar: new music from Web Of Sunsets, Vague-a-Bonde and Haphduzn and Dimitry Killstorm


Lead Balloon



Bora York

Lady, You Shot Me

Har Mar Superstar

Our Love


Busted Up

The Replacements

Cloud Creep


The Heart Of Me

Dan Israel

Fool's Melodies

Web Of Sunsets

Just Make It Stop


Plastic Cup


So Blue


Evenings Out



Frankie Lee


Fury Things

Of A Feather

Joey Ryan and The Inks

Take Control

Haphduzn and Dimitry Killstorm

Paul Bunyan's Playhouse Fire



Wiping Out Thousands

Simpler Times (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

Gospel Gossip

Except You (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

Gospel Gossip

Forget The Colors (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

Gospel Gossip


Hollow Boys



Teenage Fantasy

12 Rods

Ship Of Fools

Pert Near Sandstone

Gospel Gossip performs in The Current studios

It's been three years since Gospel Gossip released their "Drift EP," but now the trio is back with a self-titled album that truly is a labor of love. A brief hiatus and a long recording process has given the Northfield-born band time to refocus and finesse their sound.

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Program Schedule

Date Time Service Station
Sun 6:00 pm The Current KCMP