Larry Englund was well known on the Twin Cities music scene.
A U of M tech librarian went through every song on The Current playlist over almost 10 years.
And it appears that Patrick Reusse will be back on the air.
The station has undergone multiple makeovers since 2013.
He's filling the void left by John Hines' retirement.
The station also announced its new morning show team.
Andy Bloom was hired in April to run "The Good Neighbor."
This is extremely controversial. Enter if you dare.
He's undergoing a procedure for a heart condition.
Murray will need to be good against a stout Philly run defense.
You can order the album now and get it in November.
Fans of the festival weren't too happy with his booking.
The purchase agreement is valued at a whopping $3.5 billion.
The last remaining members of Garrison Keillor's team have left the show.
The former KFAN host is returning after five years in Kansas City.
Their final shows were Friday as the station makes big changes.
Dana Wessel had one heck of a surprise while visiting New York City.