WCCO-AM has not had a person of color as a weekday daytime host in its history.
A trio of big names were announced.
The album consists of 18 tracks from more than seven years of performances.
Their schedules have yet to be announced.
The show traveled to St. Paul in the fall to film the episode.
The show will air during the afternoon drive Monday-Friday, and at noon Saturdays.
The #SaveOurStages grassroots effort was spearheaded by First Avenue in Minneapolis, and Sen. Amy Klobuchar sponsored the legislation to help venues impacted by the pandemic.
Artists including Wilco's Jeff Tweedy and Dessa have donated songs to a new compilation project to benefit First Avenue
In-person concerts at Orchestra Hall through March have been canceled or postponed.
The group is nominated for Best Children's Album. They and others in the category have declined their nominations.
The new union will incorporate creative staff at The Current and Classical MPR.
The program will feature feel-good entertainment amid the pandemic.
Educational Media Foundation. operates the K-Love brand, which has a presence already in the Twin Cities.
Both stations will be changing formats in early 2021.
Aaron Imholte is now broadcasting the show from an online platform.
'There are so many things that upset me with this text.'
Organizers say they're optimistic that the event will happen if people follow public health guidance between now and then.
Uncertainty over COVID-19 has prompted the event's cancelation for the second-year running.
No charge, you just need to make a donation to Second Harvest Heartland.
Steve-O had been by Dave Ryan's side at KDWB for well over a decade.
"I got this," Green wrote on her Facebook page.
The demand came from China's foreign ministry on Monday.
Tim Roesler has worked for the company for nearly two decades.