Thursday, Sept. 25 is National One-Hit Wonder Day, and while everyone knows that Minnesota has a long history of pop music hitmakers stretching from the heydays of Prince and Bob Dylan all the way back through the Andrews Sisters in the 1940s.
For this edition of Single Again, Radio.com spoke to Dave Pirner of Soul Asylum about the top 20 single “Misery,” which was the follow-up to their Grammy-winning 1992 smash hit “Runaway Train.” They’re currently on the Summerland tour this summer along with Eve 6, Spacehog and Everclear.
She tirelessly promoted the local music scene here for four decades, and we’re celebrating her life this weekend.
Didja catch Soul Asylum in the hometown open air of Target Field over the summer? Yeah, me neither…
I wonder if Winona’s gonna buy the new Soul Asylum record…she’ll definitely pick up the their punk covers CD cuz she “keeps it real”. And when I say “pick up”, I mean steal.
I took a bike ride out to Cannon Falls to check out Pachyderm Studio last summer. I was informed by a local that it was CLOSED. Then he gave me a doughnut which I proceeded […]
From Minneapolis to New Orleans…is Dave Pirner gettin’ some Big Easy JuJu for the new Soul Asylum record?? Hope so…