Mostly MN Music with Alexander Craig – theme colors

A rocking Saturday morning when you have Alexander Craig on the show prepping for his upcoming album release show at the Uptown VFW on Saturday October 22.

Alex has gone through some evolutions in the last few years. We talked to him about the via Zoom in 2021 – and we touched upon it today but focused on the music. Alex has shifted his songwriting with a commitment to authenticity by only finishing his “I” songs with lines that are true. Not that he was inauthentic before but he’s no longer borrowing stories, he’s telling his story. It is moving, especially with a song such as I’m Sorry. What’s even better? The music is still super rocking. The new album is awesome. Also you can catch his video premiere Wednesday Oct 19.

You can listen to our aspirational playlist on Spotify (thank you for the many recommendations!) or see who we really had time to play below. Theme for next week – music that gets us moving!

Artist Song Release
Jeremy Messersmith 666 666 – Single
Vicky Emerson Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue Steady Heart
Ben Cook-Feltz Red Lights on the Radio Tower Bcf
Katy Vernon Pink Cloud Suit of Hearts
Wellness Mostly Blue Mostly Blue – EP
Mother Banjo Green Jacket The Sad and Found
The Orange Goodness Settle Up Settle Down Flying Under the Radar of Chaos – EP
Mark Mallman The Red Bedroom The Red Bedroom
The Gemnize Into the Blue Wild Hearts
A Rising Force Black Eyed Suzy Undertow
Semisonic Down in Flames Great Divide
Hüsker Dü Green Eyes Flip Your Wig
The Replacements Sixteen Blue Let It Be
Humbird Pink Moon For John Prine Still Life
Ty Pow & The Holy North Burn and Turn Rhubarb ’93
Iffy Original Greenlight Biota Bondo
Golden Smog Red Headed Stepchild Down By the Old Mainstream
Gear Daddies Color Of Her Eyes Billy’s Live Bait

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