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Release date: Fri., Sept. 22 There are but a scant few constants you can count on in this woeful world: Frozen pizza is always sub-par, dogs are awesome and New Orleans will always be known for at least two things: they have unsurpassable food and a unique brand of music. Historically, the city has had a wonderfully...
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Trylon Cinema
Director and founder of the Trylon Cinema Barry Kryshka talks about the theater’s expansion, the festivities for the grand reopening weekend starting Sept. 22, and how a repertory movie house like Trylon picks the films they show. AUDIO: Originally aired Sept. 21, 2017 on the Morning Show with Emily Reese.
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The Poor Nobodys at Jazz88
The septet The Poor Nobodys plays live music to silent films. The weekend of Sept. 22, they played to Charlie Chaplin’s The Immigrant, as part of the grand reopening of the newly expanded Trylon Cinema in South Minneapolis. Four of the seven members came to Jazz88 to perform some of the music they wrote for...
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Drum set
Will Mick Sterling – and hundreds of his closest friends – break a percussion world record on Harriet Island?  Patty Peterson visits about Let There Be Drums, which will bring hundreds of drum kit players together to set a Guinness World Record while playing classic grooves from Aretha Franklin and The Beatles, and raise funds for families affected by...
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Clarinetist Evan Christopher
New Orleans clarinetist Evan Christopher is playing the Dunsmore Room at Crooners Lounge & Supper Club on Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017. Jazz88’s Emily Reese spoke with Evan by phone about his upcoming trip to the Twin Cities, the show, and falling in love with the music of New Orleans. AUDIO: Originally aired Sept. 20,...
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