Wednesday, June 22, 2011


Thanks for ten awesome years, KMSU listeners! You truly are radio heroes, and your support for our show and the station is inspiring. We hope you all enjoyed our three hour anniversary show on Thursday night. We had a ton of fun talking to Mr. Hartsoe about his experiences putting on the Pop Concerts at Dondero High School, and this opportunity to learn about the Dondero A Cappella Choir and Pop Concert Instruments has been something we've been wanting to do for much of the ten years we've been doing the show. THANKS, MR. HARTSOE!

Here's ALL FIVE HOURS of Dondero programming, just in case you didn't get a chance to hear it live. Let us know what you think!

Hour One

Hour Two

Part One:

Part Two:

Part Three:

Don't forget about Grind-Fu Cinema THIS SATURDAY! We're screening Wes Anderson's Rushmore, which will be preceded by a special presentation of rare performance footage of Dondero Pop Concerts! It's gonna be a loads of fun, PLUS it's gonna be loads of FREE! Don't cost nuthin', which is nice.

Bring your friends and some snacks and settling in for a great night of film. It starts at seven p.m. in Wiecking 22o Auditorium, on the campus of Minnesota State University, Mankato. BE THERE!

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

1 comment:

Michael David Miller said...

I enjoyed all 5 hours of Pop Concert programming. But, you needed more time! I would have enjoyed hearing some of your conversation with Dan Palmer. His seniority in Pop Concert is second only to Mr. Hartsoe.

With only 23 years incolvement, equal to Jan Stewart and roughly equal to Dick Perkins, I am very pleased that someone in the broadcast world recognised the unique character of this long- running, "lowly", high school concert series, and put it out to the world to share.

With Sincere Thanks,
Michael "Mr. Mic" Miller