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  1. Studio M: Boy & Bear "Southern Sun"

    Fri, 22 Aug 2014

    This Live From Studio M Session is preseted by Milios Sandwiches. Recorded 7/16/14 Text TRIPLE M to 20357 to join The Triple M Text Club for a chance to see Studio M recorded live. Mgs&Data rates may apply

  2. Live From Studio M: The Revivalists "Navigate Below"

    Fri, 8 Aug 2014

    This Live From Studio M Session is preseted by Milios Sandwiches. Recorded 6/16/14 Text TRIPLE M to 20357 to join The Triple M Text Club for a chance to see Studio M recorded live. Mgs&Data rates may apply

  3. Studio M: Little Hurricane "Haunted Heart"

    Wed, 6 Aug 2014

    This Live From Studio M Session is preseted by Milios Sandwiches. Recorded 5/8/14 Text TRIPLE M to 20357 to join The Triple M Text Club for a chance to see Studio M recorded live. Mgs&Data rates may apply

  4. Studio M: Little Hurricane "Boiling Water"

    Wed, 6 Aug 2014

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Audio

  1. Brian Olson's Slow Jam - This week it has some real style

    Fri, 22 Aug 2014

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    Usually the slow jam is pretty tasteless, but somehow Brian manages to mix in a little style---thanks to the secret word.

  2. Brian Olson's Slow Jam; Stevi gets involved

    Fri, 8 Aug 2014

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    Channel 27's Brian Olson delivers the goods ...and this time Stevi gets the 101.

  3. Can Brian Olson Make Reaganomics Sexy?

    Fri, 1 Aug 2014

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    Channel 27's Brian Olson is back with the slow jam of the weather. Today we asked him to mix in the word Reaganomics. Thanks to Triple M listener Michael Brian for the suggestion.

  4. Live from Studio M : Max Frost

    Thu, 31 Jul 2014

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    Max Frost is a producer and songwriter from Austin, Texas, signed to Atlantic Records. Frost developed his eclectic style of music playing in various projects throughout his teen years. He became a musician when he was eight, and started playing shows at 12, collaborating with a diverse array of artists like Austin icon Bob Schneider and hip-hop MC/producer Kydd. After hearing musicians like Erykah Badu and D'Angelo in his late teens, Frost began incorporating hip-hop elements into his blues-inspired stylings, interested in the idea of combining modern rhythms with classic vintage tones in his music

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Blogs

  1. World's Worst iPod: Exile "Kiss You All Over"

    Thu, 21 Aug 2014

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    Kitty thought this song was an example of country disco and was not a fan...but just about everybody else was. "Kiss You All Over" was #1 for four weeks in 1978, and was probably one of the year's best songs. Exile rocks out with the song here on the Midnight Special. Enjoy.

  2. The next Jonny Lang? Quinn Sullivan is the real deal

    Mon, 18 Aug 2014

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    I was up in Wausau for the Big Bull Falls Blues Fest, and had a great time watching all the great live music. The big surprise of the day was the guy who played at 3pm. He's just 15 years old and is a good friend of Buddy Guy, and even got to play Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival last ...

  3. World's Worst iPod: Young MC "Bust a Move"

    Wed, 13 Aug 2014

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    Kitty apppeared to be all alone on her dislike of this song, which made it to #7 on the charts in 1989. Rolling Stone described the song this way: "a G-rated funk-bomb integral to hip-hop's eventual mainstream acceptance." The G-rating probably explains why Jonathan and Brian Olson liked it so ...

  4. The most beautiful spot in Dane County right now

    Mon, 11 Aug 2014

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    If you get a chance to head out to Pope Farm Conservancy in the next couple of days--I highly recommend it! Pope Farm Conservancy is 105 acres that sits on top of three recessional moraines in the Town of Middleton, where three different watersheds come together. A 360 degree panoramic view of Lake ...

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World's Worst iPod: Exile "Kiss You All Over"
Kitty thought this song was an example of country disco and was not a fan...but just about everybody else was. "Kiss You All Over" was #1 for four weeks in 1978, and was probably one of the year's best songs. Exile rocks out with the song here...
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The next Jonny Lang? Quinn Sullivan is the real deal
I was up in Wausau for the Big Bull Falls Blues Fest, and had a great time watching all the great live music. The big surprise of the day was the guy who played at 3pm. He's just 15 years old and is a good friend of Buddy Guy, and even got to play...
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World's Worst iPod: Young MC "Bust a Move"
Kitty apppeared to be all alone on her dislike of this song, which made it to #7 on the charts in 1989. Rolling Stone described the song this way: "a G-rated funk-bomb integral to hip-hop's eventual mainstream acceptance." The G-rating probably...
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The most beautiful spot in Dane County right now
If you get a chance to head out to Pope Farm Conservancy in the next couple of days--I highly recommend it! Pope Farm Conservancy is 105 acres that sits on top of three recessional moraines in the Town of Middleton, where three different watersheds...
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World's Worst iPod: Rex Smith "You Take My Breath Away"
Teen idol Rex Smith made it all the way up to #10 on the Billboard charts in 1979 with this song, which was actually featured in a TV movie called "Sooner or Later." Smith had a bit of an acting career and appeared in "Grease" and "Pirates of...
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Madison has gone beer-crazy!
You could call it Madison Craft Beer Week, part two! The week leading up to the Great Taste of the Midwest Beer Festival August 9th is chock full of tasty beer offerings all over southern Wisconsin, with plenty of tap takeovers, beer pairings, and...
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World's Worst iPod: Hall & Oates "Method of Modern Love"
Hall & Oates had a lot of great hits in the 1970s and 1980s, and if you believe a lot of folks, this is NOT one of them! This song with its amazing spelling lesson hook made it all the way to #5 on the charts in February of 1985. We're a...
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Will this be Clapton's last record?
Eric Clapton definitely has retirement in mind. He hinted to Rolling Stone recently that he may quit touring and recording, and only play for family and friends. We can look forward to at least one more new Clapton record before he hangs up his Strat...
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