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Tom Brosseau

  • Episode 110 features Minnesota singer-songwriter The Weeping Covenant, Colorado duo Mollie O’Brien and Rich Moore, Irish musician Sarah Buckley, and new music from Kim Richey. Plus, producer and audio engineer James Saez talks about the new, unreleased Nat King Cole album, “Live at the Blue Note.”
  • In this segment from The Great American Folk Show, host Tom Brosseau visits Maddock, North Dakota, to talk with Jim Gilbertson and Carol Backstrom, who helped form the Maddock Opera House Association — helping to save this historic theatre by turning it into a cafe, library, and live venue. Listen to the conversation above.
  • Episode 109 features Minneapolis singer-songwriter Eli Gardiner, singer Ellorie McKnight, English musician Tom Williams, and a live session with trio Manitou Strings at Cliff House. Plus, a visit to the historic opera house in Maddock, North Dakota.
  • Episode 108 features North Dakota-born singer Ana Egge, psych rock trio Pacific Sunsets, folk trio Jems, and Cajun artist Ann Savoy. Plus an interview with UND Associate Director of Choral Activities, Melanie Popejoy, on the North Dakota song, “Winter Skies.”
  • Episode 107 features alt-rock group The Dandy Warhols, singer-songwriter Sam Morrow, LA musician Vera Sola, Duluth folk music from Ross Thorn, and a tribute to The Byrds from Christian Parker.
  • Episode 12 features alternative rock band The Dandy Warhols, Chicago singer Nathan Graham, and Grand Forks poet Madelyn Camrud.
  • Episode 106 features acoustic duo Misner & Smith, country songwriter Caitlin Cannon, Minneapolis guitarist Tim Sparks, and alt-rock group The HawtThorns. Plus, a visit to the Hazen Curling Club.
  • Episode 105 features Alaska musicians The Heists and Josh Fortenbery, Americana musician Nathan Graham, and folk band Large Brush Collection. Plus, a Throwing Rocks feature on the Minot Curling Club.
  • Episode 104 features ‘eclectic Celtic’ musician Loreena McKennitt, South Dakota musician Isanti, singer-songwriter Andrea von Kampen, and arts educator Julie Wolfson. Plus, author Michael Patrick F. Smith reads his New York Times Op-Ed, “Toby Keith Was an Enigma Wrapped in a Riddle Wrapped in the Flag.”
  • Episode 103 features Irish singer-songwriter Oisin Leech of The Lost Brothers, poet Bridgette Bianca, experimental musician and composer Claire Rousay, and country musician Esther Rose. Plus, a visit with sisters Susan Lundberg and Stephanie Delmore of Bismarck’s Sleepy Hollow Theatre.