Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Stellar Echoes reverberating through northern MN

by Doug MacRostie

This week on Centerstage MN (Thursday evenings at 6, streaming live at KAXE.org) I'll be joined in the studio by Norwood Hall and Caleb Fricke of the Bemidji experimental rock band Uncle Shurley.

Uncle Shurley's latest CD "Stellar Echoes" was recorded at Gary Burger's Studios in Turtle River, and it's a great album from cover to cover. Their interpretive style and experimental flare, along with creative melodies and vocals, combine to create unique and engaging tunes to move to. With songs like USS AAA, Kellers and Ghost in the Machine, it's sure to be some interesting conversation.

Just a reminder that this will be during KAXE's Stay Warm Fundraiser. We're an independent radio station and our single largest source of funding is from listeners just like you - so you haven't pledged yet, you can show your support for local music by pledging during Centerstage MN.

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