Bad Bad Hats

The Chart Show: Voters Write It On Their Heart and Ballot


Voters wrote it on their hearts and ballots this week for Minnesota's Bad Bad Hats who debuted on the chart this week along with Big Red Machine's "Hymnostic". Father John Misty also saw a reentry with "Disappointing Diamonds Are The Rarest of Them All".

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Listen to Looch: going to see Jerry Lee Lewis

Listen to Looch: going to see Jerry Lee Lewis


Although Courtney Barnett will be playing a show in Minneapolis this weekend, Mary Lucia is 'going to drive to a casino to see Jerry Lee Lewis.' For this week's Listen to Looch, Mary talks about why she's taking a drive to see a rock and roll legend.

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The Chart Show

The Chart Show Ballot


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, hosted by Mark Wheat!

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Little Man

Coffee Break: "Little"


We're excited for today's Oake & Riley in the Afternoon at the Spring Cafe at Como Lakeside Pavillion featuring Little Man. In honor of our musical guest, for today's 9:30 Coffee Break what songs do you want to hear that say "little" in the title, or are from bands or musicians with "little" in their name?

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Chip Cramer of Big Fork carries his Midway prize.

Coffee Break: World Emoji Day


Today is World Emoji Day - an unofficial holiday celebrated on July 17 that recognizes Shigetaka Kurita, a Japanese designer that developed the tiny graphic images in 1999. For today's 9:30 Coffee Break, what songs do you want to hear that mention a particular emoji?

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The Current Sessions®

Oake and Riley Features

Coffee Break: Shark Week

Sharks

It's Shark Week - the annual, week-long TV programming extravaganza which features shark-based programming on the Discovery Channel. For today's 9:30 Coffee Break, what songs do you want to hear that mention sharks, teeth, or oceans?

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Amy Winehouse performs in London in 2007

Today in Music History: Remembering Amy Winehouse


Neil Young and his high school friends recorded their first single; Frank Sinatra had a No. 1 album; Barry Manilow 'made it' to the top of the singles chart; the Police kicked off a massive world tour; and Amy Winehouse passed away, Today in Music History.

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