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The Local Show with The Hang Ups and Actual Wolf

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The Local Show for June 23, 2013
| 02:00:00

On this weekend's episode, the original Hang Ups trio are back together, and they'll perform a rare in-studio in conjunction with their artist of the month feature written by Steve Seel. Actual Wolf will also drop by to debut the first single and video from his forthcoming self-titled debut. Andrea's got news on the upcoming Suburbs record, and she'll also give us a recap of Rock The Garden. Walt Dizzo's in the house as well to give us an update on music news in Duluth. Tons of new music including Jack Klatt, Christine Hoberg, The Goondas, Botzy and more.


Local stories from this episode:

The audacity of Low: What does a band 'owe' us when we pay to see them perform?

Actual Wolf premieres first song from forthcoming debut album

Segments

Sporting Chance

Observer Drift

Rattle My Bones

The Suburbs

Lily Of The Valley

Jack Klatt

You Can't See Me

Christine Hoberg

Wade

Marijuana Deathsquads

Greyhound Bus (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

The Hang Ups

Comin' Through (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

The Hang Ups

Something Fragile feat. Reba Fritz (89.3 In-Studio Performance)

The Hang Ups

Me Natalie feat. Chantz Erolin and Sophia Eris

Psymun and Damacha

Incredibly Still

Sombear

Is The Sky The Limit

Grant Hart

Do You Know How To Waltz?

Low

Avery

Communist Daughter

Be Gone

The Goondas

Burn Me Through

Sun Gods To Gamma Rays

Kerosene and Spark

Actual Wolf

To Be Young

Brian Just Band

Couldn't Breathe feat. Lizzo

Botzy

Call Off Your Ghost

Dessa

The Hang Ups perform in The Current studios

The Hang Ups, led by guitarist and vocalist Brian Tighe, have been bustling in and out of the Minneapolis music scene since first forming in 1990. Over the course of their 20+ years together, the group has released four studio albums.

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Program Schedule

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