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“I remember your stories and I appreciate what you tried to teach me. I wish I could have gone ricing with you and heard you knocking rice as the flocks of redwing blackbirds rose and fell by the thousands in the rice beds. I’ve thought about you sitting by the fire on cold February nights with the stars bright above you and the trees popping and snapping from the cold as you cooked your maple syrup. I want to learn some of our songs and I always hoped you would teach them to me.” In the...
This Duluth singer/songwriter's powerful vocals were always a highlight of her previous bands, which included Lookdown Moon and Mayfly. In recent years she's struck out on her own, writing and performing her own songs on keyboard, her distinctive voice still at the forefront. She'll release her debut album on Friday, April 12 at Beaner's Central in Duluth; we'll got a preview when she and bassist/guitarist George Ellsworth joined us in the studio on April 10, 2019. Ann Kathryn on Facebook
Annie Dugan says in Canada, your doctor might write you a prescription to go look at art. Prescription or not, you'll hardly be able to miss art this week. 49 years after the first Earth Day, 29 years after the first Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop , the Twin Ports continues its fine tradition of celebrating the natural world and the artists who remind us why we live here.
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