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Jeremy Messersmith, Singer/Songwriter/Ukuleleist, Hosting a Variety of Events in Bemidji this Weekend

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Jeremy Messersmith is playing a concert at Headwaters Music and Arts Friday, August 26th at 7pm

Jeremy Messersmith joins Kari and John to chat about a variety of events he is hosting in Bemidji this weekend, a collaboration with Headwaters Music and Arts. Click the "Listen" player to learn more about his songwriting process, what it takes to be a world-class ukuleleist, and his regular order at Baker's Wife.

Starting Friday at noon, Messersmith will play a pop up concert at Paul & Babe in Bemidji. The concert is free and open to the public.

Then at 4:00pm on Friday, Messersmith will host a free ukulele performance and jam session at Headwaters Music and Arts. During this performance, he will play some songs, share stories, and lead players in a strum-along and sing-along. The event is casual and open to players of all ages and abilities. Bring your uke or any other stringed instrument.

At 7:00pm, Jeremy will play a formal concert at Headwaters. Tickets are free for students and seniors, but can be ordered ahead of time. Click here for ticket information

Kari (CAR-ee) is originally from South Dakota … a state often referred to as the land of infinite variety. As Music Director at Northern Community Radio, Kari has taken that theme to heart with her ability to feed a community of listeners hungry for an infinite variety of music and ideas. Along with her trademark lipstick and husky voice … Kari also raises a family … and Baguettes when time permits
John has been listening to KAXE since the early days in 1976, and has worked as our Development Director from 1995-2022. Now semi-retired and writing, sculpting and enjoying the good life, you can hear him on the Morning Show Fridays.
Max Philbrook (he/him) is a Producer at KAXE focused on telling the stories of the people, events, and organizations that make up the fabric of northern Minnesota. Based out of Grand Rapids, Max spends his time reading fiction at the library, seeing sports and live music, and supporting the arts and cultural events in the area. Get in touch with Max if you have a story to tell, an event to publicize, or just want to chat about life in the northland.