The Galactic Cowboy Orchestra is an art-rock quartet with Minnesota roots. Will Moore talks to the groups' bass player and fiddler, John and Lisi Wright, about the band's style of "mind freaking" music.
Alison Scott is a singer and songwriter from the Twin Cities area with jazz and soul influences. She talks with host Will Moore about her new album "Stone Cold Love", growing up in musical family. and her show at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts.
Craig Minowa is the lead singer of the Minnesota/Wisconsin based rock band Cloud Cult, who's new album "The Seeker" is released this month. Craig tells host Will Moore about the new record, the film that accompanies it, the band's commitment to sustainability, and their annual tradition of playing in Lutsen
Erik Koskinen returns to Papa Charlie's for the Monday Night Songwriters Series after an eventful couple of years. He talks to host Will Moore about his two most recent albums, "America Theatre" and "Live at the Realphonic Radio Hour", as well as his side projects and other musical endeavors.
Acclaimed Duluth guitarist Charlie Parr joins Will Moore on the Scenic Route. He talks about the different approach that was taken to record his latest album "Stumpjumper", touring alone in a single car, and his oldest blues influences.
Gabriel Douglas is the frontman of The 4onthefloor, a high energy hard rock group from the Twin Cities. He chats with Will Moore en route to Seely, WI about touring around the country, evolving their hard-hitting sound, and more.
The Jayhawks' founding member Mark Olson has a new album out, recorded with his wife Ingunn Ringvold entitled "Goodbye Lizelle". Will Moore hijacks Blues n Thing for a live in-studio session before their show at Papa Charlie's
John Gorka played at the ACA on October 11. Before his show, he came to WTIP's Studio A for a terrific live session with Will Moore. He talks about his long career, moving to Minnesota, and how he defines "folk music".
Ginstrings is a 5 piece bluegrass and Americana band out of the Twin Cities. After a performance at the Gunflint Tavern in October, they played a live, hour-long set on a Saturday Scenic Route with Will Moore. They talk about playing festivals, recording their upcoming album, and being indirect victims of First Avenue's sudden roof collapse.