Mostly MN Music with Doug Collins – theme Prom

It’s always a joy to have Doug Collins join us in studio. We talked about his latest single Drinking Again and upcoming shows, including April 29 at Palmers.

Doug was one of the first musicians we had on the show when we first started. Being honest, we weren’t as nervous this time. It’s a good reminder of how much we’ve learned. We were delighted to have him play three songs off the upcoming album – Too Late at Night (due in late June). And always great to talk to Doug about life and the pandemic and the impact of the pandemic on music and on the role of music in keeping us keeping one. Gratitude is something we all learned in the last two years.

The we played songs that could be prom themes. (Theme next week is mother – for Mother’s Day the following weekend.) You can listen to our aspirational playlist on Spotify or check out who we played below.

Artist Song Release
The Bad Man Cruisin Aint Clean
the 4onthefloor She’s Got It All Spirit of Minneapolis
Collapsing Stars Kings and Queens 2012
Little Man Shag If You Want to Soulful Automatic
Sick of Sarah Bittersweet Sick of Sarah
Jaedyn James Push & Pull Push & Pull – Single
Jaedyn James Push & Pull
Cindy Lawson Any Thing for You (John Doe) Whoops Kitty
Nur-D Glorious Songs About Stuff
Kiss the Tiger Motel Room Vicious Kid
Bad Bad Hats Awkward Phase Walkman
Annie Humphrey Marry Me Today The Sound of Ribbons
Jaspar Lepak Black and White Dress Desert Ghosts
Tragic Hands Wasteland Pillow on the Sofa
Warcake Galaxies Winking Puce
Monica LaPlante Hope You’re Alone Noir
iLLism Memories Family Over Everything
Rich Mattson and the Northstars Kiss the Sky Skylights
Paul Seeba Love & Hate Votive
Annie Fitzgerald Under the Moon Under the Moon – Single
Katy Vernon Suit of Hearts Suit of Hearts
Present Company Please Talking on Couches
Mary Bue The World Is Your Lover The World Is Your Lover
Koo Koo Kanga Roo Cat Party Rad-Trospective

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