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The Local Show with Low

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The Local Show for March 31, 2013
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On this weekend's episode of The Local Show, Low will be our in-studio guest, fresh off the heels of a sold out 20th anniversary show at the Fitzgerald Theater.


It's also our last show to feature 12 Rods as our local artist of the month. Bill DeVille will talk with David Campbell about April's artist of the month: The Jayhawks.


He'll also introduce Kevin Beacham and Siddiq to The Current's local team. Kevin will give us the scoop on H2 and H2 Local.


And lastly, Andrea Swensson's got stories to share regarding the new Strange Names 7", a profile on Southwire and Grant Cutler's new Weird Visions project.


Local stories from this episode:

Grant Cutler teams up with Holly Newsom for new avant pop project, Weird Visions

Strange Names debut tracks, 'Minor Times' and 'Once an Ocean'

City Pages launches new downtown Minneapolis music festival, 10 Thousand Sounds

Low give smoldering Fitz performance backed by members of Trampled by Turtles

Buffalo Moon offer first taste of new 'Machista'

H2 Local shines a spotlight on Mr. Gene Poole and Bionik's 'The God Particle'

Segments

Lady, You Shot Me

Har Mar Superstar

Make To It feat. Zoo Animal

Weird Visions

Our Love

Vague-a-Bonde

Plastic Cup (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

Low

Holy Ghost (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

Low

On My Own (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

Low

Beat Like Mine

Lucy Michelle

Fool's Melodies

Web Of Sunsets

King Of The Jungle

The 4onthefloor

We Were Wolves

Farewell Circuit

Quemama Quemate

Buffalo Moon

Vapors

Fury Things

Front Porch

Gloss

Endurance

Strange Relations

Minor Times

Strange Names

God

Southwire

Brand New Nostalgia

Haphduzn and Dimitry Killstorm

Dead Weight

Mixed Blood Majority

Blue

The Jayhawks

Big Star

The Jayhawks

The Time Is Right (To Be Wrong)

12 Rods

Stella

12 Rods

Undunagin

12 Rods

Country

Frankie Lee

Low performs in The Current studios

It takes a long time for any band to leave a substantial mark on the music world, and for Minnesota, there's only a handful of artists for each decade that we can say measure up. It's safe to assume we can now add Low to that list as the band celebrates 20 years together, as well as the release of their most acclaimed album yet "The Invisible Way."

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