Brett Carter

Volunteer Coordinator

Brett Carter is the host of Centerstage Minnesota and volunteer coordinator at Northern Community Radio.  When not scheduling, training and coaching our team of over 100 volunteers, he is shining the spotlight on great Minnesota music.  He entertains his co-workers with his quirky sense of humor, unique socks and collection of multi-colored pens.  Brett lives in Bagley with his wife and beloved cats.  It is rumored he once spent $10,000 on his cats birthday ....

Ways to Connect

The Wells family welcomed Evelyn Cordts (Katie Carter's daughter) into the family home for a rare weeknight overnight complete with egg tortillas and salsa verde, vanilla-banana smoothies, tickle fights, bunnies and fun. They all joined Katie Carter and Heidi on The Friday Morning show to share their breakfast stories.

Listen Fridays at 2 and 10 for a great selection of music from border to border in Minnesota by Minnesota musicians. From Pop Wagner playing disco in the bayou to Brother Ali singing to his son, you'll enjoy music in all genres. Here the latest show by clicking the link here for PRX.

Ron Plinske of Baxter called in on the most recent What's For Breakfast segment to offer up his recipe for coffee and whipped cream followed by some toast in honor of National Toast Day. While he was on the line, John and Heidi reminisced with him about the recent KAXE/KBXE event in Brainerd. Ron encouraged Heidi to take her belly dancing to the next level, perhaps at this summer's Mississippi River Music Festival. You never know what members will bring to our breakfast table. Next time, it could be you. Listen Friday's about 7:40, and be ready to call.

jeremy messersmith opens his new album, Late Stage Capitalism with a song he says is about two people on the worst date ever. Hear "Purple Hearts" and more on the latest edition of Centerstage Minnesota. Click here for the PRX link to the show. Then listen every Friday at 2:00 and 10:00 for two hours of folk, rock, blues, jazz, and world music all by Minnesotans.

You never know quite what will happen when members call to report in on their breakfast. Shannon Fitch of Grand Rapids called surrounded by toddlers following her breakfast of coffee and candy hearts. John and Heidi extracted a few more details about Shannon's life providing Daycare for kids aged 10 months to 5 years and the joy of determining whether or not peanut butter toast requires butter first. Don't miss your chance to share a breakfast story. Listen Fridays around 7:40, and be ready to call.

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