The Chart Show Hall of Fame

The Chart Show

When a song stays on The Chart Show's chart for more than 10 weeks, we retire it from the poll and it enters the very prestigious Chart Show Hall of Fame.

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The Chart Show Ballot

The Chart Show

Vote every week for your top five tracks (and enter our weekly ticket giveaway while you're at it), then tune in Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. CT to see if your favorites make the Chart Show!

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Wellness Wednesday: Supporting veterans' mental health

Black and white photo of Stillwater Minnesota Veterans Memorial.

The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, just before the 20th anniversary of 9/11, has been hard for many veterans to watch. Eric Wittenberg, an Army veteran and suicide prevention coordinator with the Minneapolis VA, tells Jill Riley about resources that are available to help with veterans' mental health.

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Crooners to remember Rondo as Fridley supper club branches into musical revues


After adapting to welcome Covid-era audiences with drive-in concerts and other innovations, Crooners Supper Club is expanding its live music programming to include musical revues. A venerable tradition, revues incorporate songs into story-oriented frameworks that draw on performers’ acting skills as well as their musical chops. With that in mind, Crooners could hardly have a…

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The Current Sessions®

Michigander perform a seven-song #MicroShow set at Icehouse

Michigander - MicroShow

"It's good to be playing music again," said Jason Singer of Detroit's Michigander, who took the stage at Icehouse in Minneapolis with a seven-song #MicroShow set from across their discography, including tracks from their latest release, 'Everything Will Be OK Eventually'.

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Ya Tseen discuss collaborating in a spaceship, and not getting precious about it


Ya Tseen, the newest project from the multi-disciplinary Indigenous artist Nicholas Galanin, joins The Current to play songs from their debut record Indian Yard. Galanin and his longtime collaborator OCnotes discuss the making of the record, their spaceship recording studio in Sitka, Alaska, and the importance of not getting precious about your work in collaborations.

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LUMP perform songs from 'Animal' in virtual session

LUMP - Virtual Session

LUMP--the collaborative project between Laura Marling and Tunng's Mike Lindsay--join The Current to play songs from their sophomore record, Animal. The duo catch up with The Current's Jill Riley about how they came together, the freedoms of exploring a new sound in this project, and the 8 foot tall tulle puppet Laura's been working on.

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Prince: The Story of 1999

The Current Morning Show Features

Coffee Break: New Wave

Ric Ocasek

One of New Wave's founding fathers, Ric Ocasek of the Cars died on this day in 2019 at the age of 75. For today's 9:30 Coffee Break, what New Wave bands do you want to hear?

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Wellness Wednesday: Supporting veterans' mental health


The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, just before the 20th anniversary of 9/11, has been hard for many veterans to watch. Eric Wittenberg, an Army veteran and suicide prevention coordinator with the Minneapolis VA, tells Jill Riley about resources that are available to help with veterans' mental health.

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