Friday, June 24, 2016


Monday, June 20th, 2016 (3071) Brian Wilson' birthday!

1. Beach Boys - Good Vibrations
2. Beach Boys - Dance Dance Dance
3. Awesome Colours - I.O.U.
4. Roky Erickson & The Aliens - Click Your Fingers Applauding the Play
5. Buddy Rich - The Beat Goes On
6. Philemon Wehbe - Hamburger
7. Yo La Tengo - Is That Enough?
8. Daniel Johnston - Go
9. Beach Boys - Busy Doin' Nuthin'
10. Klark Kent - Don't Care
11. U2 - Discotheque
12. Guitar Wolf - Jet Generation
13. AC/DC - It's A Long Way To the Top If You Wanna Rock and Roll
14. The Monkees - You Bring the Summer
15. David Bowie - Loving the Alien
16. Beach Boys - Surf's Up
17. Belle & Sebastian - Like Dylan In the Movies
18. The Dirtbombs - Chains of Love
19. The Stooges - Real Cool Time
20. Ty Segal - 20th Century Boy
21. Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home

22. Beach Boys - Surfer Girl
23. Anton Maiden - Number of the Beast
24. Fabulous Counts - Jan Jan
25. Haze - House On a Country Road
26. Prince - Hot Thing
27. The Cramps - Tear It Up
28. The Mops - I'm Just a Mops
29. Alice Cooper - Under My Wheels
30. Fleshtones - Let's Go
31. Nick Drake - Pink Moon
32. Elvis Presley - Blue Moon of Kentucky
33. The Beatles - Mr. Moonlight
34. Dead Kennedys - Moon Over Marin

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 (3072) Ray Davies' birthday!

1. The Kinks - Well Respected Man
2. Young Fresh Fellows - Loud Loud Loud Loud Guitars
3. Adult Books - Lobby Talks
4. The Replacements - Can't Hardly Wait
5. Alex Chilton - Hook or Crook
6. The Kinks - God's Children
7. The Eels - On the Ropes
8. Grinderman - Palaces of Montezuma
9. Morrissey - Trouble Loves Me
10. The Kinks - Sunny Afternoon
11. Howler - Wailing (Making Out)
12. Dump - Secret Blood
13. Cafe Mania
14. That Ain't Now Life To Me
15. Life Is Suffering
16. Model Behavior
17. Learning To Apologize Effectively
18. Dispossessor
19. I Don't Want To Set the World On Fire
20. Acceptance Speech
21. Patrasche Comeback
22. Debut
23. Plastic Thrills
24. Little Hollywood
25. Nurse Me
(we now return to our regularly scheduled program)
26. The Kinks - Victoria
27. The Husbands - Sha La La Daniel
28. The Fall - No Bulbs Three
29. Daniel Johnston - Mind Movies
30. Robyn Hitchcock - The Ghost In You
31. The Knitters - Burning House of Love
32. The Kinks - Love Me Til the Sun Shines
33. The Soft Boys - Pulse Of My Heart
34. Chris Stamey Experience - Shapes of Things
35. Buzzcocks - Everybody's Happy Nowadays
36. Devo - Beautiful World

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 (3073) R.I.P. Wayne Jackson of the Memphis Horns

1. Elvis Presley - Suspicious Minds
2. Aretha Franklin - Respect
3. They Might Be Giants - Take Out the Trash
4. Hail Mary Mallon - Break Dance Beach
5. Wilco - I Might
6. Dusty Springfield - Son Of a Preacher Man
7. Wilson Pickett - Land of 1000 Dances
8. Fleshtones - Speedy Gonzalez

9. 13th Floor Elevators - Slip Inside This House
10. Otis Redding - Sitting On the Dock Of the Bay
11. Same & Dave - Soul Man
12. Todd Rundgren - Hello, It's Me
13. Isaac Hayes - By the Time I Get To Phoenix
14. Elvis Presley - Kentucky Rain
15. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - Global Warming
16. Joy Division - Warsaw
17. Husker Du - Back From Somewhere
18. Half Japanese - Thing With a Hook

19. David Bowie - Black Country Rock
20. Terry Reid - Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
21. Mar-Keys - Last Night
22. Sleater Kinney - A New Wave
23. Rush - Freewill
24. Same & Dave - Hold On, I'm Comin'
25. Carla Thomas & Otis Redding - Tramp
26. Percy Sledge - When A Man Loves A Woman
27. Wilson Pickett - Funky Broadway
28. Aretha Franklin - Rock Steady
29. Isaac Hayes - Theme From Shaft
30. Willie Nelson - City of New Orleans

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016 (3074)
1. Mavis Staples - Your Good Fortune
2. Des Londes - The Real Deal
3. Black Lips - Family Tree
4. The Sunshine Of Your Youth - On Your Side
5. The Bird & The Bee - So You Say
6. Roy Orbison - In Dreams

7. The Growlers - Good Advice
8. Dengue Fever - Cement Slippers
9. Burnt Palms - Never Met You
10. Syd Barrett - Terrapin
11. The Blind Shake - I'm Not An Animal
12. Weakwick - Rubbernecking
13. Rhythmaplex - Wannano
14. Belle & Sebastian - The Blues Are Still Blue
15. The Spectors - When the Girl Of Your Dreams
16. LCD Soundsystem - Movement
17. Tuff Age - Have You Seen Her?
18. David Bowie - Look Back In Anger
19. Prince - When You Were Mine
20. The Pandoras - Want Need Love
21. Reverend Horton Heat - Folsom Prison Blues
22. Iggy Pop - Passenger
23. Pavement - Summer Babe (Winter Version)
24. Firesign Theater - 40 Great Unclaimed Melodies
25. The Strokes - Is This It?
26. T. Rex - Elemental Child

27. The Blind Shake w/Swami John Reis - Kooks On the Face
28. Quintron - Miniature Breakdown
29. New Order - Age of Consent
30. Raveonettes - Beat City

Friday, June 24th, 2016 (3075) Nikko is our PD4AD!

Happy birthday, Colin Blunstone from The Zombies!

1. The Zombies - Care Of Cell 44
2. H.G. Lewis - Suburban Roulette
3. David Bowie - Moonage Daydream
4. Emmy the Great - Swimming Pool
5. The Zombies - I Want Her She Wants Me

6. Paul Westerberg - Whatever Makes You Happy
7. Yo La Tengo - The Room Got Heavy
8. Think - Once You Understand
9. Lee Hazelwood - Some Velvet Morning
10. Smiths - Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want
11. The Kinks - Big Sky
12. REM - Femme Fatale

13. Have Gun Will Travel (Palladin Theme)
14. Meco - Funk
15. Lou Reed - Satellite of Love
16. Dean Martin - You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You
17. Ninja Sex Party - Everybody Wants To Rule the World
18. Ninja Sex Party - The Last Unicorn
19. Wye Oak - Civilian
20. Andrew Bird - Valleys Of the Young
21. Glenn Frey - Smuggler's Blues
22. Annie Lennox - Memphis In June
23. Huey Lewis & the News - Hip To Be Square
24. Andrew Bird - Puma
25. Bertie Higgins - The Heart Is the Hunter
26. Fuzztones - Ward 81

27. Wyncote Symphony Orchestra - Hungarian Dance #5
28. Yoko Ono - Cat Man
29. Johnny Horton - Battle Of New Orleans
30. Black Keys - No Fun
31. Otis Redding - Love You More Than Words Can Say
32. George Clinton - Intense
33. Dr. Dog - Bring My Baby Back
34. Bill Withers - Grandma's Hands
35. Will Butler - Witness
36. Ninja Sex Party - Madrigal

Thursday, June 23, 2016


KMSU Presents
with Weakwick and Rhythmaplex

Saturday, July 9th
The What's Up Lounge
701 Riverfront Drive, Mankato, MN

$5 cover! Starts at 8:30!

This show is gonna rock.  KMSU presents The Blind Shake, with guests Weakwick and Rhythmaplex, on Saturday, July 9th, at the What's Up Lounge!  The cover is only five bucks, too, so you don't have to sweat much.  Let's rephrase that:  You're gonna be sweating A TON because this show will rock!

The Blind Shake have been touring the world, and they will finally be making their way to Kato!  The City Pages named them the best live band in Minneapolis, too, so it stands to reason that this rule could apply to this town, if only for one night.  SF Weekly describes the band as "at once spacey, primitive futuristic, and brutal: a kind of backyard extraterrestrial minimal surf-punk party.  One Guitar, one baritone guitar, a f**kload of reverb, and a drummer who deserves an Olympic Medal."


Weakwick is an explosive noice-rock duo from Minneapolis, whose racket provides a fresh-faced update on classic Midwestern scuzz previously heard from labels like Amphetamine Reptile and Touch and Go Records.  Their new album just came out, so the timing is right for their sound to be unleashed on Mankato ears.

Rhythmaplex is making a rare appearance, and they always deliver.  They bring an amazing detuned garage clank to the show, PLUS, they feature KMSU's Edgar Burn from the MN Music Network!

This is going to be a show for the ages.  You know how you hate it when you miss a show and people tell you how great it was?  Don't let that happen again! Join us for an explosive night of music!

Wednesday, June 22, 2016


Case Lang Veirs is one of those "super group" projects that makes you nod your head in agreement, because it makes total sense.  All three women are great songwriters and performers, and their voices sound great together.  Have you heard it yet?  I'M LISTENING TO IT RIGHT NOW!  It's so good, you guys.

CLV... WAIT!  That sounds too Emerson Lake and Palmer-y.  Case Lang Veirs will be playing at the Minnesota Zoo on August 10th, but if you can't wait for that show you can watch them on the interwebs!  NPR filmed their first ever live performance, and they do the entire album, so you no longer have an excuse for not listening.

I can't find an embed code for the video, so click the photo below and enjoy!


Sunday, June 19, 2016


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Grind-Fu Cinema presents


Saturday, July 23rd
Wiecking 220 Auditorium
Minnesota State University, Mankato


Grind-Fu Cinema has got something special for you for July!  It's more than just a double feature.  This time it's a SAGA.  A SPRAWLING SAGA.  And it's completely free.  Check another one off the Grind-Fu Bucket list!

The Godfather (1972)
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola

If you've never seen it, you can't understand why it's so hard to talk about The Godfather without sounding hyperbolic.  It is, quite simply, one of the greatest films ever made.  The American Film Institute ranks it second on their top 100 films of all time list, behind Citizen Kane.  It won the Oscar for Best Picture - Drama, Best Screenplay, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Original Score.  It also won five Golden Globes, setting a record that has yet to be beaten.

This is a kick ass film.

We haven't even gotten to the acting:  Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, James Caan, John Cazale, Sterling Hayden, and about a thousand character actors that own the screen.  The story is epic, the tone is perfect, the everything is spectacular.  Don't miss this film.

We will be showing The Godfather at 1:00 PM and it will run until about 4:00 PM.  This will give you plenty of time to recover and get back by seven for the next incredible feature.

The Godfather Part II (1974)
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola

People love the first Godfather film, but there are many out there that declare that The Godfather part II is even better.  It's hard to argue with them, because both films are so incredible. It won six Oscars, including Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Art Direction, Best Original Score - Drama, and it was the first sequel to win for Best Picture.  Again, not too shabby.

Part II not only takes us to the next stage of the Corleon saga, but it delves into its origins.  The story is sprawling, and the movie clocks in at 3 1/2 hours.  A fast and compelling 3 1/2 hours. Pacino gives what could be his greatest on screen performance, and the cast ads Robert DeNiro as a young Vito Corelone, the founder of the Corleone family.  Yet again, not too shabby.

If you're a movie fan, you don't want to miss this Grind-Fu!  If you've never seen them on the big screen, then you can't afford to miss out.  If you've never seen either of these movies, then you need to right a serious wrong.  These are two of the greatest films ever made, and your life as a movie geek is not complete until you've seen them.  Also, you can see them FOR FREE!  Bring your friends, snacks, dress in layers (because it can get chilly) and get ready for an amazing colossal day of films.  You won't regret it.

I'm the new boy in town!  Where can I go?

Friday, June 17, 2016



In the world of legendary unreleased media, one of the most legendary - maybe THE most legendary - objects of obsession is Jerry Lewis' film The Day the Clown Cried.  If it wasn't for the existence of scripts and set photos, the movie could almost be an urban legend.  It was supposed to be Jerry's masterpiece, but instead it was buried in his vault for the past 45 years.

What is it about this film that has made it the most desired unobtainable film in history?  Mainly, it's the subject matter.  Distilled to the most simple explanation, it shows Jerry Lewis as a clown in a concentration camp, where he ultimately leads the children to their death in the gas chamber.


Only a handful (if that) of people over the years have seen this film, but the most vocal person to see it is Harry Shearer.  Shearer explained that it's as"if you flew down to Tijuana and suddenly saw a painting on black velvet of Auschwitz.  You'd just think 'My God, wait a minute!  It's not funny, and it's not good, but somebody's trying too hard in the wrong direction to convey this strongly held-feeling." Lewis himself, after decades of angrily refusing to discuss the film, finally admitted during a Q&A that the movie would never see the light of day because it simply wasn't good and he's embarassed by it.

We've gone on about this film for years on Shuffle Function, constantly scouring the web for more and more information, and it was pretty much a dead end until the past few years, when footage from the set slowly started to trickle out on YouTube.  First it was behind the scenes footage, and then an interview from the period with Jerry discussing his hopes for the project.  Each sliver of video was incredible to see, simply because this is something that wasn't meant to be seen.  Maybe the film would never be seen in our lifetime, but these fragments gave us a sense that this is, in fact, a real thing.

Last year it was revealed that the Library of Congress acquired the Jerry Lewis archives, and it was revealed in an almost offhanded comment, that this included a print of The Day the Clown Cried.  The catch is that it couldn't be screened until the year 2024.  Again, it's STILL something that many of us may not see in our lifetime, but we now knew that the film is in the hands of an archive that could potentially do something with it.

Today, the unbelievable has hit the internet.  Thirty minutes of footage has surfaced.  THIRTY MINUTES OF ACTUAL EDITED FOOTAGE. It appears to be drawn from a 2016 German documentary called "Der Clown".  How did we never hear about this?  What adds even more excitement to the documentary is that it features Jerry Lewis' first extensive interview on the project in over 40 years.  But enough about that.  HOW'S THE FOOTAGE?

What you'll see isn't anywhere close to complete, and occasionally title cards will be inserted to give a sense of context.  The footage is presented in chronological order, so you have a basic idea of what is happening. The thing that is most compelling is that footage was shot recently with the same (much older) actors from the film to pad out the missing sections.  It's very intense, and the bed music they add to the scenes is haunting.  While it is shocking to even see this footage, it's all the more shocking because it includes what has been widely reported as the final footage of the film.  You just need to watch it.  It's crazy stuff.

Seeing this footage in this context presents The Day the Clown Cried in a more palatable context, so it probably takes quite a bit of edge off the so-wrong-and-it-gets-more-wrong that the movie reportedly has in full.  Does it diminish the legend of the film?  Absolutely not.  If anything, the added proof that the film is out there makes it larger.  Furthermore, if these bits and pieces are floating around, it makes one wonder how much longer it'll be before even more makes its way out into the world.

Watch this now, because who knows how much longer it'll be available?  At the same time, the Internet always finds a way...


Monday, June 13th, 2016 (3066) JENNY IS OUR PROGRAM DIRECTOR!

1. They Might Be Giants - They'll Need a Crane
2. Hot Rats - Love Cats
3. Black Hollies - Don't Be Afraid To Ask
4. Monsters of Folk - The Right Place
5. Black Angels - Yellow Elevator #2
6. John Linnell - Montana
7. Betty Drake - Time Will Never Tell You
8. Yo La Tengo - Too Late
9. Komeda - Frolic
10. The Myracle Brahs - She's Everything
11. Samuel E. Wright - Arise
12. Talking Heads - Once In a Lifetime
13. Jessie Jaymes - Shake It Like a White Girl
14. Gogol Bordello - Start Wearing Purple
15. The Crystals - And Then He Kissed Me
16. Cindy Lauper - Time After Time
17. Ting Tings - That's Not My Name
18. Huey Lewis & The News - Power Of Love
19. The Stranglers - Golden Brown
20. Bjork - Army of Me
21. Kinks - Strangers
22. Simple Minds - Don't You Forget About Me
23. Billy Milo - Barstools & Babies Don't Mix
24. Rolling Stones - Street Fighting Man
25. The Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatrist
26. Men Without Hats - The Safety Dance
27. Spiritualized - Ladies & Gentlemen, We Are Floating In Space
28. Jackie Wilson - Your Love Is Lifting Me Higher
29. Kenny Rogers & the First Edition - Just Dropped In To See What Condition My Condition Was In
30. Wilson Phillips - Hold On
31. Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
32. Elvis Presley - You're the Devil In Distguise

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 (3067)
1. Robyn Hitchcock - Let Me Roll It
2. The Beatifics - Without a Doubt
3. Nada Surf - Clear Eyed Clouded Mind
4. Prince - I Could Never Take the Place Of Your Man
5. Viva Voce - From the Devil Himself
6. Yo La Tengo - More Stars Than There Are In Heaven
7. Beach Boys - Feel Flows 
8. Organizes -Hot, Funky & Sweaty
9. Darker Shades Ltd - Tracking Down Jodie
10. T.L. Barrett & the Youth For Christ Choir - Just Like a Ship
11. The Replacements - Color Me Impressed
12. Beastie Boys - Shadrach
13. Rolling Stones - Slave
14. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - Color Me Blue, Paint Me Pink
15. Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - There She Goes My Beautiful World
16. Daniel Johnston - Walking the Cow
17. The Cure - Pictures of You
18. Sonic Youth - Death Valley 69
19. Frank Sinatra - Watertown
20. Benji Hughes - Freeky Feedback Blues 
21. Elvis Costello & the Attractions - Accidents Will Happen
22. Robert Pollard - Dancing Girls and Dancing Men
23. Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares For Me
24. The Contours - First I Look At the Purse
25. Brian Jonestown Massacre - That Girl Suicide
26. Heavenly States - Lost in the Light
27. The Original Mark Edwards - Danger Danger
28. Sparks - Baby Baby Can I Invade Your Country
29. Redd Kross - Dancing Queen

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016 (3068)
1. Nick Drake - One Of These Things First
2. Bill Callahan - Santa Maria
3. David Byrne & Brian Eno - One Fine Day
4. Will Oldham - My Only Friend
5. Air - Seven Stars 
6. Yo La Tengo - Danelectro #3
7. Jaguar Love - Bats Over the Pacific Ocean
8. Charles Bradley - Stay Away
9. Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings - Inspiration Information
10. They Might Be Giants - Am I Awake?
11. Andrew Bird - The Giant of Illinois
12. Eleanor Friedberger - Heaven
13. The Breeders - Divine Hammer
14. Neurotics - I Am a Tree
15. The Red Pens - Helter Skelter
16. The Monkees - Bring the Summer
17. "Paul McCartney" - It's So Easy
18. Black Keys - Unknown Brother
19. Ryan Adams - Shake It Off
20. The Books - Cello Song
21. Beck - Nausea
22. New Pornographers - All the Things That Go To Make Heaven & Earth (live)
23. Black Angesl - You on the Run
24. The Donkeys - Come On Virginia
25. Pavement - Cataracts 
26. The Shins - Plenty Is Never Enough
27. Broadcast - Let's Go
28. The Meeting Places - Outdoor Miner
29. Tim Hutt - The Lottery Song
30. Elvis Costello - I Lost You

Thursday, June 16th, 2016 (3069)
1.Sex Pistols - Substitute
2. David Bowie - I Took a Trip On a Gemini Spaceship
3. Talking Heads - I Zimbra
4. Yoko Ono - Walking On Thin Ice
5. Desmond Dekker & the Aces - Israelites
6. Dennis Brown - Wichita Lineman
7. The Capitols - Cool Jerk
8. Ursula 1000 - Stingers
9. Led Zeppelin - Misty Mountain Hop
10. Tom Waits - Satisfied
11. Congresswoman Malinda Jackson Parker - Cousin Mosquito #1
12. David Bowie - Sunday
13. Wolfe & Cub -Seeds Of Doubt
14. Guided By Voices - Unsinkable Fats Domino
15. LCD Soundsystem - I'm Losing My Edge
16. Husker Du - Back From Somewhere
17. Faces - High Heel Sneakers/Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
18. Captain Beefheart - Diddy Wah Diddy
19. Bears - You Can Tell
20. Baby Jesus - You Make Me Fry
21. Sonics - Strychnine
22. The Fleshtones - Shadow Line
23. The Monkees - You Bring the Summer
24. Case Lang Viers - Best Kept Secret
25. Radiohead - Burn the Witch
26. Marianne Faithfull - Down From Dover
27. Elvis Costello - Let Him Dangle
28. Arcade Fire - Antichrist Television Blues
29. Belle & Sebastian - Here Comes the sun
30. Nilsson - Ambush
31. Dr. Dog - My Old Ways
32. Rolling Stones - Summer Romance
33. Patti Smith - Gloria
34. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - I Walk a Hot Wind
35. Nathan East w Michael McDonald - Moondance
36. Yo La Tengo - Here To Fall
37. Velvet Underground - Sunday Morning
38. Squeeze - Tempted
39. Jimmy Cliff - The Harder They Come
40. Beach Boys - Wild Honey
41. Bee Gees - Songbird
42. The Hentchmen featuring Jack White - Some Other Guy
43. Grant Hart - Now That You Know Me
44. Dengue Fever - Ethanopium
45. Shadows of Knight - Shake
46. John Doe - Take #52
47. John Doe - Baby's In Black
48. Johnny Cash - The Mercy Seat
49. Isaac Hayes - Walk On By
50. Nick Drake - From the Morning
51. Elvis Costello - Everyday I Write the Book
52. The Plugz - Shifting Heart
53. "Paul McCartney" & Wings - Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five
54. English Beat - Save It For Later
55. Simon & Garfunkel - Keep the Customer Satisfied
56. The Replacements - Talent Show
57. The Beatifics - This Year's Jessica
58. Kelley Stoltz - Ever Thought of Coming Back
59. Master Plan Inc. Try It (You'll Like It)

Friday, June 17th, 2016 (3070)
1. The Smiths - That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
2. Dora Hall - She's Comin' Back
3. The Tremeloes - Here Comes My Baby
4. The Shins - Pressed In a Book
5. Redd Kross - One of the Good Ones
6. Dwight Tilley Band - Looking For the Magic
7. Ike & Tina Turner - Nutbush City Limits
8. Dirty Dozen Brass Band w Dr. John - It's All Over Now
9. Flock of Seagulls - Wishing (If I Had a Photograph)
10. Lou Rawls - Feelin' Alright
11. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Mercy Seat
12. Johnny Cash - The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
13. Marianne Faithfull - Sing Me Back Home
14. Dick Kent - Octopus Woman Please Let Me Go
15. Ireen Sheer & Gavin Du Porter - Du Bist Das, Was Ich Will
16. Pete Townshend - Face Dances pt 2
17. Eddie & the Hotrods - Do Anything You Want To Do
18. Flaming Groovies - Feel a Whole Lot Better
19. Jack Palance - Black Jack County Chain
20. Manana - MacArthur Park
21. Steve Carlisle - WKRP In Cincinnati
22. LCD Soundsystem - Yr City's a Sucker
23. Yo La Tengo - Spec Bebop
24. Bonnie Prince Billy & Dawn McCarthy - What Am I Living For?
25. Kelley Stoltz - 1000 Rainy Days
26. XTC - Garden of Earthly Delights
27. Guided By Voices - Girls of Wild Strawberry 
28. Feelies - Slippin' Into Something

Tuesday, June 14, 2016


This is pretty cool!  Aesop Rock made his television debut on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and his backing band was a little group that goes by the name of Yo La Tengo!  We've been known to play YLT on the show (you may have noticed) and we've played Aesop Rock when he's with with Hail Mary Mallon.  Together they're like the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup of music!

Monday, June 13, 2016


Did you guys hear Jenny on this morning's show?  Fun birthday playlist, huh?  You may remember Jenny from Intergalactic Bacon Day 2016, when she came up and made custom shaved ice for us, courtesy of Gypsy Ice.  She even created three custom flavors for the day, which was pretty awesome of her.

Via Gypsy Ice we have a real live benefit to being a card carrying Michael of the Michael MiMcDonald Society of Silver Fox Impersonators (Takin' it to the streets since 2014)! If you swing by the Gypsy Ice stand at the Farmer's Market outside the St Peter Food Co-op and Deli, you can actually order the three custom Shuffle Function flavors: Lookee Here, My Boy Shyboy, and Legendary Stardust Sunrise!  PLUS, if you show your Michaelship card you can get a medium sized shaved ice for the price of a small!

Gypsy Ice has lots of great flavors, but the Shuffle Function flavors are fancy off the menu treats made if requested.  SUPER ELITE TREATS, YOU GUYS! Never leave home without your Michaelship card!