Monday, October 25, 2004

Shuffle Function Playlist for October 18 - 22

October 18, 2004 (60)
1. Vicki Lawrence - the night the lights went out in Georgia
2. Saturday Looks Good To Me - underwater heartbeat
3. Sly and the Family Stone - you can make it if you try
4. The Forty-fives - daddy rolling stone
5. Jonathan Richman - parties in the USA
6. The Soft Boys - only the stones remain
7. The Cure - other voices
8. Bran Flakes - super dance party
9. Michael Jackson - wanna be starting something
10. The Clash - train in vain
11. Camper Van Beethoven - I was born in a laundromat
13. Devo - gut feeling
14. Thee Headcoatees - teenage kicks
15. The Shaggs - Shaggs on thing (vocal version)
16. The Handsome Family - so much wine
17. Tom Waits - rain
18. Thomas Dolby - Europa and the pirate twins

October 19, 2004 (61)
1. Rolling Stones - bitch
2. Elliot Smith - don't go down
3. StereoLab - low boob oscillator
4. Guided by Voices - I'll replace you with machines
5. Sonic Youth - I am right
6. Syd Barrett - baby lemonade
7. Faux Jean - nature
8. Electric Light Orchestra - mr blue sky
9. William Shatner - you'll have time
10. Bob Dylan - 7 days
11. The Wannadies - friends
12. The Creation - makin' time
13. Go Home Productions - kinky madonna
14. The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - my underwear froze to the clothesline
15. Young Fresh Fellows - I wonder what she's doing tonight
16. Tenacious D - tribute
17. Nicholas Slaminsky - muffins

October 20, 2004 (62)
1. James Brown - I got the feeling
2. Frank Black Francis - monkey gone to heaven
3. Spearmint - the beautiful things
4. Razorlight - rip it up
5. Johnny Cash - boy named Sue
6. Wildman Fischer - the way we were
7. Television - marquee moon
8. Neal Pollack Invasion - racism numbers
9. Husler Du - you can live at home now
10. Spoon - lines in the suit
11. Sandy Nelson - day tripper
12. Le Tigre - decepticon
13. The Cramps - fever
14. Pink Floyd - lucifer Sam
15. Langley Schools Music Project - calling all occupants of interplanetary craft
16. Frank Black Francis - broken face
17. Grandaddy - strya dog and the chocolate shake

October 21, 2004 (63)
1. Roky Erickson / Aliens - two headed dog/red temple prayer
2. PJ Harvey - down by the water
3. Eagles of Death Metal - I only want you
4. Barry White - can't get enogh of your love babe
5. Velvet Underground - heard her call my name
6. Curtis Mayfield - superfly
7. Wall of Voodoo - back in flesh
8. Love Dolls - sunshine day
9. Rosemary Clooney - come on a my house
10. The Only Ones - another girl, another planet
11. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - get ready for love
12. The Go-go's - head over heels
13. The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - paralyzed
14. The Feelies - fa ce la
15. The Juliet Dagerr - our lips are sealed
16. The White Stripes - same boy you always knew
17. The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - New Jersey turnpike
18. Shonen Knife - I wanna be sedated
19. The Rivingtons - mama ow mow mow
20. Baruk - to know him is to love him

covering for Gully that day, we played:

1. The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - fly me to the moon
2. Peter Gabriel - salsbury hill
3. Billy Bragg and Wilco - california stars
4. Tears for Fears - head over heels
5. Elliot Smith - needle in the hay
6. Nico - these days
7. Largo - gimme a stone
8. Manheim Steamrollers and C.W. McCall - convoy
9. Pete Townsend - let my love open the door
10. David Byrne - you be Jesus
11. R.E.M. - near wild heaven
12. The Pixies - dig for fire
13. The Ramones - I wanna be your boyfriend
14. Jayhawks - crowded in the wings
15. The Neville Brothers - a change is gonna come
16. Hindu Love Gods - raspberry beret
17. Squirrel Nut Zippers - hell
18. Credence Clearwater Revival - fortunate son
19. Paul Westerberg - it's a wonderful lie
20. Bill Johnson's Louisianna Jugband - get "the"

October 22, 2004 (64)
1. Frank Black Francis - where is my mind?
2. R.E.M. - leaving New York
3. Dusty Springfield - wishin' and hoppin'
4. Blessed Light - suzanne sunshine
5. San Joaquin Scholl District - popeye the sailor man
6. William Shatner - common people
7. Spenser Davis Group - keep on running
8. The Maytals - pressure drop
9. Jonathan Richman - I was dancing in a lesbian bar
10. Van McCoy - the hustle
11. Ryan Adams - to be young (is to be sad, is to be high)
12. The Knack - my sharona
13. Sondre Lerche - modern nature
14. Polyphonic Spree - light and day / reach for the sun
15. Le Tigre - tell you now
16. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - there she goes, my beautiful world
16. Saturday Looks Good to Me - since you stole my heart

covering for Gully's show, we played:

1. The Velvet Underground - the ocean
2. The Free Design - bubbles
3. Steely Dan - hey nineteen
4. Graham Parsons - return of the grevious angel
5. Husker Du - never talking to you again
6. Serge Gainsbourg and Brigette Bardot - Bonnie and Clyde
7. Go Home Productions - rapture riders
8. The Rolling Stones - sway
9. John Cale - paris 1919
10. Dictionarioke - easy
11. Rebecca Del Rio - llorando
12. Nick Drake - three hours
13. The Clash - armagadeon time
14. Led Zepplin - battle of evermore
15. Brian Wilson - on holiday/wind chimes

Wednesday, October 20, 2004


Gang, sometimes you just get so excited for something and it seems like the day will never arrive, and then it does and all the expectations are met and... and... it's like saying a watched pot never boils. Well, the pot has boiled. Sweet sweet boiling radio. Or something.


This past Saturday Shelley and I taped our third annual Shuffle Function Radio Roulette show, and we were once again joined by the always entertaining Lisa. She runs the best K-tel Record resource on the web, and you can find it at This year she has loads of amazing K-tel info that she is sharing with the group (ie, you guys!) and from my point of view I think this was the most fascinating Radio Roulette yet.

For those of you not yet in the know, Shuffle Function Radio Roulette is what we here at Shuffle Function deemed the most terrifying way to mark Halloween. We have numbered all of Shelley's As Seen On TV Records (144 at last count, but wait until you hear how many Lisa has!) and put all the numbers into an ACTUAL MAGIC HAT! We then draw a number to determine which album we play, then flip a coin to determine if we play side A or side B, then role a 10-sided dice from my magic bag of holding to determine which track we will play. WE HAVE NO IDEA WHAT WE WILL END UP HEARING! If you know As Seen On TV Records, then you know that we could play something great, or we could end up playing something that may make you dial directory assistance for Dr. Kevorkian's number.

It is all random, all vinyl, and all awesome. It airs Thursday, October 28th at six p.m. on Shuffle Function: UNBOUND! Only on your radio friend, 89.7 fm, KMSU.

Thanks to everyone that pledged during the last pledge drive. Your generosity is humbling and truly appreciated. We should be getting the t-shirts, grab bags, and calls about the Program Director days out shortly.

Once again, thanks.


Sunday, October 17, 2004


October 11, 2004 (55)
1. Revolution 409 - crazy horses
2. Johnny Cash - sunday morning coming down
3. Hurricane Lamps - tell me you miss me
4. Barkays - soulfinger
5. Shadows of Knight - shake 66
6. The Clash - the card shark
7. Beat Happening - teenage caveman
8. Starland Vocal Band - afternoon delight
9. Dictionarioke - easy (The Commodores)
10. Go Home Productions - shannon stone
11. Devo - sloppy
12. Cheap Trick - surrender
13. Guitar Wolf - jet beer
14. Black Flag - tv party tonight
15. Paul Westerberg - make your own kind of music
16. Lorreta Lynn - the pill
17. The 45's - colt 45

October 12, 2004 (56)
1. Rolling Stones - start me up
2. Frank Black - if it takes all night
3. Nina Simone - my baby just cares for me
4. The Commodores - brick house
5. They Might Be Giants - clap your hands
6. William Shatner - rocket man
7. B52's - songs for a future generation
8. Grant Hart - now that you know me
9. Wilco - nothingsevergonnastandinmyway(again)
10. Brigette Bardot - tu veux ou tu veux pas
11. Frausdots - a go-see
12. Shooby Taylor - stout hearted man
13. Leaving Trains - dumb as a crayon
14. half japanese - movin' on up
15. The English Beat - save it for later
16. Link Wray - ain't that lovin' you baby

October 13, 2004 (57)
1. Beck vs. AC/DC - mixed business
2. The Fleshtones - BYOB
3. Revolver Modele - with audience
4. David Brent - free love on the free love freeway
5. Count Five - psychotic reaction
6. Redd Kross - dancing queen
7. Myracle Brahs - whisper softly
8. Casiotone for the Painfully Alone - it just wasn't the same somehow
9. Wesley Willis - rock n roll McDonalds
10. Wilson Pickett - land of 10,000 dances
11. Billy Schuh and the Foundry - archery bots
12. Badfinger - come and get it
13. Herscell Gordon Lewis promo and then - suburban roulette
14. Joan Jett / Paul Westerberg - let's do it
15. Bingo Gazingo ad for Shuffle Function
16. The Shins - caring is creepy
17. Husker Du - eight miles high
18. Richard Harris - McArthur's Park (request!!!!)

October 14, 2004 (58)
1. Qunitron - place unknown
2. Sonic Youth - teenage riot
3. The Spectors - when the girl of your dreams
4. Philly da Boy - this charming booty
5. Negativeland - announcement
6. Devo - clockout
7. Bill Smith - mack the knife
8. The Police - when the world is running down, you make the best of what's still around
9. Wire - three girl rhumba
10. Teenage Fanclub - everything flows
11. Paul Westerberg - lookin' up in heaven
12. 5,6,7,8's - let's go boogaloo
13. The Screens - honey
14. Dandy Warhols - Minnesoter
15. Neil Young - powderfinger
16. Th' Losin' Streaks - maybe I will

October 15, 2004 (59)
1. The Party Party - sunday bloody sunday
2. Pete Townsend - slit skirts
3. Pere Ubu - final solution
4. The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - down in the wrecking yard
5. Holly Golightly - virtually happy
6. Daniel Johnston - walking the cow
7. Rock -a-Teens - woo hoo
8. E.L.O. - turned to stone
9. Think - things get a little easier (once you understand)
10. Rebecca Sealfon promo
11. The Replacements - Alex Chilton
12. The Bee Gees - lonely days
13. MC5 - ramblin' rose
14. Ken Nordine - olive
15. Material issue - valerie loves me
16. Soulwax - I wish
17. Chemical People - it's not unusual

Saturday, October 09, 2004

Shuffle Function Playlist for October 4th - 8th

hi ho - before you sneek a peek at the playlist, please scroll down to Shyboy's last few entries about the importance of the KMSU pledge drive. YOU are the public in public radio, and if you have gone to all of the trouble to looking up our playlists, then I bet I am preaching to the choir!!! Pledge at 389 - 5678 or 1 - 800 - 456 - 7810

Playlist for October 4, 2004 (50)
1. Jim Nabors - you are the sunshine of my life
2. R.E.M. - gardening at night
3. They Might Be Giants - New York City
4. Nick Andopolis - lady L (from the Freaks and Geeks soundtrack)
5. Shirley and Squirley - hey Shirley (this is squirley)
6. Badfinger - no matter what
7. Charlie Feathers - one hand loose
8. Camper Van Beethoven - take the skinheads bowling
9. Numbers - drunk with pain
10. The Buggs - teddy boy stomp
11. The Ruttles - piggy in the middle
12. Enoch Light - girl from Impanema
13. Sinead O'Connor - mandika
14. Dora Hall - we'll sing in the sunshine
15. Saturday Looks Good to Me - the girls distracted
16. Shatner interview tk 2
17. William Shatner - you'll have time
18. Buddy Holly - well, alright
19. The Smiths - how soon is now?
20. The Three Suns - fever

Playlist for October 5, 2004 (51)
1. Sex Pistols - submission
2. Nancy Sinatra - ain't no easy way
3. Before Wheels - colt 45
4. Styx - come sail away
5. The Polysics - nice
6. Elliot Smith - king's crossing
7. Elvis Costello and the Attractions - I don't want to go to Chelsea
8. Bruce Springsteen - I'm a rocker
9. Thee Headcoats - by the hair of my chinny chin chin
10. The Jam - that's entertainment
11. Simon and Garfunkle - only living boy in New York City
12. INXS - this time
13. The Flying Burritto Brothers - do right woman
14. Dinosaur, Jr. - little fury things
15. Go Home Productions - oasis are gaye
16. Glenda - playboy magazine

Playlist for October 6, 2004 (52) EVERY SONG IS TRACK # 7
1. Parlaiment - testify
2. The Strokes - last night
3. Tom Waits - whistling past the graveyard
4. Pere Ubu - heaven
5. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - standing in a trashcan (thinking about you)
6. The Talking Heads - love for sale
7. The Creation - cool jerk
8. The Kinks - til the end of the day
9. The Beatles - I feel fine
10. Husker Du - could you be the one?
11. The Replacements - unsatisfied
12. The Replacements - unsatisfied (YES, I did play it two times!!!)
13. The Pixies - monkey gone to heaven
14. The Rolling Stones - respectable
15. The Clash - the right profile
16. Elvis Presley - too much (for Joe Tougas's new baby girl!!)

Playlist for Octobr 7, 2004 (53)
1. I.D.C. - punks in love with rock n roll
2. Heart - magic man
3. Bingo Gazingo - Shuffle Function
4. Roy Orbison - go! go! go!
5. Junky Elvis - cheesy burgers
6. The Casual Dots - derailing
7. The Suburbs - love is the law
8. Judson Fountain - garbage can from Thailand
9. R.E.M. - begin the begin
10. Bruce Springsteen - badlands
11. Six Fat Dutchmen - what do they do in Minnesota polka
12. Red Shadow and the Rock And Roll Economic Band - understanding Marx
13. Iggy and the Stooges - shake appeal
14. Neil Young - cow girl in the sand

Playlist for October 8, 2004 (54) POLKA TIL YOU PUKE !!!
1. Marv Nissel's Band - old grey mare
2. Bernie Godyish - two bucks polka
3. Kirk's Dance Band - Okie from Muskoggee
4. Those Darn Accordians - fire
5. Cliff's Band - pumpernickel polka
6. Stan Skawinski - we left our wives at home polka
7. Ray Konkol - a beer, a sandwich, and you
Hall of Concertina Famer Ambrose Kodet live in the studio
8. Karl and the Country Dutchmen - flasher on the Rhine
9. Karl and the Country Dutchmen - I love little Willy
10. Myron Florence - clarinet polka
11. Ambrose Kodet - Wisconsin Dutchmen polka
12. Those Darn Accordians - pump it up
13. The Franta Band - no beer today
14. Little Fishermen Orchestra - Irish medley
15. Roger Passer - tick tock polka
Accordians!! Dave and Andre live in the studio
16. Jerry Dostal - she's too fat for me
17. G I Joe polka
18. The Polka Beats - Folsom prison
19. Those Darn Accordians - we're an accordian band
Live music with Ambrose Kodet and his concertina
20. Dick Rodgers - no beer today
21. answer to Stella at the wheel polka

Tim and I want to thank Ambrose, Dave, Andre, and proffesional polka fanatic - Maude, for joining us live in the studio for what turned out to be a heck of a good time. As Maude pointed out to me, "Waking up to Polka music puts a smile on your face all day long". Thanks !!!

Live music

Friday, October 08, 2004

Maybe Lawrence Welk was onto something...

Hey all! The "Polka 'Til You Puke" show was a huge huge success. Thanks to everyone who pledged during it, too. I think Shelley and I both thought that having a polka show would be fun and wouldn't necessarily raise much for the Pledge Drive a-go-go, but the calls actually increased during it! Never EVER underestimate the power of a good polka.

If you are interested in contributing to the cause of independent radio in a corporate radio wasteland, please see my previous post. It has phone numbers and web addresses for lending a financial hand to KMSU and its unique and valuable programming.

Some things coming up on the show in the following weeks:

October 28th is our Annual Shuffle Function Radio Roulette show. We will once again be joined by Lisa, who is always a blast. This year will be of particular interest because Lisa has been involved with the K-tel organization in an effort to create a discography of all their releases. Oddly, one doesn't already exist. Lisa also runs a fantastic K-tel website with an ever evolving discography. You can find it at

We are interviewing Neal Pollack, author of the amazing rock and roll novel Never Mind The Pollacks, this coming week and plan to have the show put together shortly thereafter. If you are a music geek and believe that rock and roll idols are made for destroying, check it out. It is a hilarious read, and only a person with a real love of rock and roll could so successfully take the piss out of it.

Another future interview is with Sue Carpenter, author of 40 Watts From Nowhere and former operator of the legendary L.A. pirate radio station KBLT. Sue ran KBLT from her home, and the station eventually gained so much notoriety that it received major label support! Mike Watt used to do a regular show on it, too, and you can even see a KBLT sticker on a locker in an episode of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. We're waiting for Sue's schedule to open up, as well as for a list of songs she thinks need to be played on the radio, and then it'll be pirate radio Shuffle Function style! Seriously, check out her book. If you think commercial radio sucks you will find it very validating.

Also, on Thursday October 14th we'll be interviewing the head writer of The Daily Show about the new book the show has put out. The book is as funny as the show, which equals Huh-laaaaaarious!

Thanks again for all your support during Pledge Drive a-go-go. If you haven't contributed yet, or haven't considered it, please give it some serious thought. There are so few independent public voices left in this world, and they are often the voices that need the most assistance.


Thursday, October 07, 2004


Hey, gang, it is Pledge Drive a-go-go time again at KMSU, so don't forget to help! KMSU relies HEAVILY on listener contributions, and that gets to be more and more the case every single year.

We currently have two premiums for Shuffle Function listeners:
$50 gets you a swagtastic Shuffle Function t-shirt that says one of two things about you: "I am a music geek with excellent taste in radio" or "I'm Shelley's relative and got this shirt from her for Christmas". Either way you are styling and letting your geek flag fly.

$100 lets you be Shuffle Function's "Program Director for a day"! Yes, you can come in from 6 to 8 a.m. some morning and play whatever you want! It is your show that day, so Shelley and I are merely voices and button pushers. Once the check clears or the credit card goes through or whatever, we can set up a time and you can come up with a stack of vinyl or Cds or whatever and rule the airwaves... for two hours! If I was me I'd do it!

How do you help fund independent radio in an increasingly corporate radio abused broadcasting area? Call 507-389-5678 or 1-800-456-7810 and pledge your support, or you can go to and click the donation link. If you do it via the web, be sure to specify that you would like the money to go towards KMSU, or it could end up going elsewhere!

Also, if you listened to this Thursday's night time show (aka Shuffle Function UNBOUND!) and heard us offering the program director premium for TWO HUNDRED Dollars and pledged, well first off you rule, but also the show was taped before we changed our minds and went with the value price of ONE HUNDRED dollars. If you pledged $200, we'll make sure you also get the t-shirt, plus Shelley and I will find some other stuff from our personal stashes of randomness to throw in. But mostly you will rule.

Make the baby happy, people. Help keep KMSU on the air!


Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Shuffle Function Playlist for Sept. 27th - Oct. 1st

September 27th, 2004 (45)
1. Bis Marque (how do you spell relief?) and the Beastie Boys - Benny and the Jets
2. Noonday Underground - london
3. Redd Kross - saragon
4. LeTigre - on the verge
5. 5,6,7,8's - guitar date
6. Beach Boys - dance dance dance
7. Elvis Costello and the Imposters - the name of this thing is called love
8. Iron Butterfly - inna godda divida
9. Brian Wilson - our prayer/gee
10. Brian Wilson - surfs up
11. Saturday Looks Good To Me - if you ask me
12. Gene Norman - snaggle tooth Annie
13. The CastAways - liar liar
14. E.U. - doin' da butt
15. Star Trek Effect - garbled communicator static
16. William Shatner - together
17. The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - slide rule

September 28, 2004 (46)
1. Forty-Fives - super pill
2. The Smiths - panic
3. William Shatner - real
4. The Trashmen - surfin' bird
5. 5,6,7,8's - roadrunner
6. Elvis Costello and the Imposters - needle time
7. Let's Dance The Polka
8. They Might Be Giants - ana ang
9. Ben Kweller - ann disaster
10. Tom Waits - hill
11. Rilo Kiley - after hours
12. The Replacements - answering machine
13. 5,6,7,8's - let's go boogaloo
14. Allman Brothers - whipping post
15. Yo La Tengo - speeding motorcycle
16. Star Trek Effect - many Tribbles
17. William Shatner - I can't get behind that
18. The Velvet Underground - all tomorrow's parties
19. David Byrne - make believe mambo
20. The Breeders - drivin on 9

September 29, 2004 (47)
1. 5,6,7,8's - daddy go out jail
2. The Carpenters - sing
3. The Rockwells - Lou says
4. Jerry Lee Lewis - whole lotta shakin' goin' on
5. Le Tigre - punker plus
6. Shooby Taylor - you're nobody till somebody loves you
7. Naked Raygun - knock me down
8. Del the Funky Homosapien - Mr. Dobalina
9. Ben Folds Five - jackson cannery
10. Supergrass - sun hits the sky
11. The Brady Bunch - saturday in the park
12. (The Real) Tuesday Weld - still terminally ambivalent
13. William Shatner - common people
14. Billy Riley and his Little Green Men - red hot
15. Harry Belafonte - shake senora
16. Neil Diamond - cracklin' Rose
17. Ruby Viuos - let's go
18. Stumpus Maximus and the Good Old Boys - please release me

September 30, 2004 (48)
1. Th' Losin Streaks - leavin' here
2. Stereo Totale - automatic music
3. Little Richard - hey hey hey
Slim Whitman - I'm casting a lasso towards the sky
5. Daniel Johnston - don't let the sun go down on your grievance
6. Bruce Springsteen - born to run
7. American Holidays - lightning souls / here for good
8. Mark Kennis - Heart of the Heartland
9. Half Japanese - 1 million kisses
10. Mr. Airplane Man - johnny johnny
11. The Cramps - call of the wighats
12. Trachtenberg Family Slideshow Players - eggs
13. Minus 5 - I got you
15. Bob Dylan - groom's still waiting at the altar
16. The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - slide rule
17. The Coachwhips - you gonna get it
18. Billy Schuh and the Foundry - buy, sell, trade
19. William Shatner - that's me trying

October 1, 2004 (49)
1. The Rolling Stones - 2,000 light years from home
2. Sloan - don't you believe a word
3. The Golliwogs - fight fire
4. - can't explain okay
5. unknown - carry on my wayward son
6. Bob Dylan - masters of war
7. Black Lipstick - corporate happy hour
8. The Germs - lexicon devil
9. Iggy and the Stooges - search and destroy
10. Richard Harris - McArthur's Park
11. Elliot Smith - don't go down
12. Led Zepplin - bron-y-aur stomp
13. Built to Spill - car
14. Screamin' Jay hawkins - feast of the mau mau
15. William Shatner - it hasn't happened yet
16. The Gories - you make it move

Saturday, October 02, 2004

Er... Um...

On the show I mentioned that the new Elliot Smith is coming out on October 5th. That's wrong. I spoke to Carl @ Tune Town and he said it was due on October 19th. The bright side, however, is that Shelley and I are sure to play the whole thing by the time it hits the stores.

The other bad news is that The Screens had to cancel on the show we are co-presenting at the What's Up? Lounge October 8th. They got an actual paying gig opening for a favorite group of theirs at the 7th Street Entry, so we can't blame them for their decision. They said they want to reschedule for some time in November, so hopefully that will happen as I think they would tear the roof off the joint. The Rhythmaplex Project and We Invented Tornados are still slated to play and we're hoping to get a third act.


Friday, October 01, 2004

Why I will be (more) broke on October 5th

Excellent things released on October 5th:
New Cds by William Shatner, Tom Waits, R.E.M.

New DVD: Farenheit 9/11, which supposedly has a bunch of supplemental stuff that will make Karl Rove's head pop off.

Big Time Show: Vote For Change @ the Xcel Energy Center. R.E.M., Springsteen, John Fogerty and Bright Eyes. I'm already exhausted.

Crazy Political Thing: Cheney vs. Edwards! One night only! Be a responsible American and find out what is going on!

It seems like the powers that be have conspired to suck everybody's currency from them on the 5th by whatever means necessary.

Also, Paul Westerberg has one live date in the whole country scheduled for Nov. 5th at the Pantages Theater in Minneapolis. Tickets are going on sale at noon on October 1st, so if it is 12:05 p.m. on October 1st when you are reading this, then I'm sorry.