minnesota music

Cameron Kinghorn and Kevin Gastonguay of Nooky Jones stopped by the KBXE studios to talk about performing in Bemidji and their upcoming album which will feature a more funked up sound to get people up and dancing. Hear the whole conversation by clicking below.

Hear 2 hours of Minnesota music and interviews on CenterStage Minnesota--Fridays at 2 and 10.

Peggy Stevens

Trapper Schoepp and his brother Tanner visited the KBXE studios recently to tell stories on CenterStage Minnesota. The normally do that through music, but they also had some in just words, too. Look for a new album, Prime Time Illusionin 2019. Until then, you can hear the conversation by clicking the link below.

Katherine Kingsland

Nooky Jones brought some soul to Bemidji along with Fargo hip hop band, D Mills and the Thrills. KAXE/KBXE on-air volunteer, Shane Kingsland went to the show at Rail River Folk School, and had this review for us (DISCLAIMER: this may make you really upset that you missed the show. In that case, don't miss out next time!):

Little Bobby [Houle] called in to CenterStage Minnesota to talk about a series of concerts he's playing in the area to promote his latest DVD, a biography of his life so far, before he heads to Arkansas to continue his long career as a blues musician from Red Lake. All money from the DVD's purchased will support the Wounded Warrior's Project. Hear the whole interview by clicking below.

Singer Lady Midnight visited the KBXE studio during CenterStage Minnesota recently. She talked about her music and a variety of artistic endeavors including helping kids at Red Lake Secondary Complex write a song and create a music video now available online. Hear the interview by clicking below.

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