Tent Show Radio: Live from the Stoughton Opera House

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1st Airing: 2/15/14
2nd Airing: 8/16/14

Links
Barbara Jean
www.barbarajeanmusic.com

Michael Perry
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Barbara Jean grew up immersed in a world of music. Inheriting a musical legacy passed from grandmother to mother to daughter, she honed her early gift for the violin into a sharp eye for songwriting and a skilled hand as a multi-instrumentalist playing banjo, fiddle and viola. Calling Minnesota’s North Shore home for the better part of the last decade Barbara Jean crafted her debut record, The Great Escape, which brings together rich imagery from Lake Superior’s rugged banks, reflections on difficult choices poised in matters of the heart, and masterful musicianship. Her Midwestern roots run like a strong current throughout her sound.

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Backstage Monologue
In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ –  Mike talks about the Winter Olympics.

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Tent Show Radio: Elephant Revival

[one_third]Broadcast Schedule

1st Airing: 2/15/14
2nd Airing: 8/16/14

Links
Elephant Revival
www.elephantrevival.com

Michael Perry
www.sneezingcow.com[/one_third]

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We are happy to welcome back Elephant Revival for their third appearance on the Big Top stage.  Sit back, relax and enjoy music from this Nederland, Colorado based quintet of gypsy, rock, Celtic, alt-country and folk. Serenading the audiences with arabesque melodies, harmonies and rhythms that braided and coiled into a sublime aural tapestry of their unique and authentic sound.

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[one_third]Program Notes

Backstage Monologue
In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ –  Mike discusses hoof trimmers and forgetfulness.

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Tent Show Radio: Low

[one_third]Broadcast Schedule

1st Airing: 2/8/14
2nd Airing: 8/9/14

Links
Low
www.chairkickers.com

Michael Perry
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Formed in 1993 in the beautiful hillside of Duluth, Minnesotta, Low’s debut album, I Could Live in Hope, was released on Virgin Records’ Vernon Yard imprint in 1994.  Long Division and its similar follow-up, 1996’s The Curtain Hits the Cast, established the band as critical darlings; extensive touring helped them to develop a highly devoted fan base.  In 2010, Robert Plant recorded two Low songs that were included on his album Band of Joy and most recently recorded by singer Mavis Staples on her 2013 release.  Low are known for their impressive live performances and tonights show is no exception!

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[one_third]Program Notes

Backstage Monologue
In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ –  Mike describes a visit with a 99-year-old dancer.

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