Wall of Power Radio Hour
It was an honor to salute the life and legacy of Native American Civil Rights activist and founder of the American Indian Movement, Clyde Bellecourt. We had great conversations with Lisa Bellinger, current head of AIM (whose mother Pat helped found it), longtime MN troubadour and activist Larry Long, and attorney Jacqueline Long who started…
We celebrated the life and legacy of MN comedian Louie Anderson with three close personal friends of his. We chatted with Lizz Winstead, founder of the Daily Show, who knew Louie from her start in the Minneapolis comedy scene, Journalist and author Marty Keller who got to be good friends with him, and Jeff Gerbino,…
Paul had a great chat with Marian Moore and Barb With, two woman involved with the Stop Line 3 protests, subsequent arrests, and the great new version of Down to the River to Pray by the newly reunited Woman Who Cook. At the end of the show, Paul was honored to play the worldwide debut…
Paul speaks with musicians Doug Collins and Matthew French.
Paul is joined for another fantastic and insightful visit from Prof. Anne Margaret Daniel, discussing all things Dylan.
Paul catches up with “Checkpoint” Charlie Pierce in our Checkpoint Charlie series, talking politics and music history.
Host Paul Metsa is joined by Metropolitan State professor Monte Bute.
This week host Pael Metsa speaks with musician and author John Kruth.
Host Paul Metsa in joined by Twin Cities songwriter Martin Devaney.