G. Love performs a lively set in The Current studio

G. Love performs 'Go Crazy' from his 2020 album, 'The Juice,' live in The Current studio. (Mary Mathis | MPR)
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  • G Love - SoulBQue (Live at The Current) 03:24
  • G Love - Go Crazy (Live at The Current) 02:26
  • G Love - The Juice (Live at The Current) 03:42

Working with Keb' Mo' gave Garrett Dutton — aka G. Love — an education. "He's a very meticulous guy," G. Love says. "Working with Keb' Mo' was a master class, not only in the blues but in music. Every note, every word, every beat has to have the right story, the right reason for being there."

A new album, The Juice, is the result of the collaboration between G. Love and Keb' Mo', and it releases January 17. Ahead of the album's release, G. Love was in town to play a show at First Avenue in Minneapolis, but not before stopping at The Current to play songs and to hang out with Mac Wilson.

Use the audio player above to listen to the complete session with G. Love.

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Songs Performed


"SoulBQue"
"Go Crazy"
"The Juice"
All songs from G. Love's forthcoming 2020 album, The Juice, releasing on Philadelphonic Records.

Hosted by Mac Wilson
Produced by Derrick Stevens
Engineered by Michael DeMark and Tessa Bloch
Visuals by Mary Mathis
Web production by Luke Taylor

External Link

G. Love & Special Sauce - official site

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  • G Love performs in The Current studio
    G Love performing in The Current studio on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. (Mary Mathis | MPR)
  • G. Love performs in The Current studio
    G. Love performs in The Current studio on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. (Mary Mathis | MPR)
  • G Love performs in The Current studio
    G Love performing in The Current studio on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. (Mary Mathis | MPR)
  • G. Love performs in The Current studio
    G. Love performs in The Current studio on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. (Mary Mathis | MPR)