New music from the Rolling Stones & Puddles Pity Party
This interview originally aired on In the Moment on SDPB Radio.
This episode of Fresh Tracks takes you on a journey through the eclectic tastes of Larry Rohrer and David Hersrud.
They've tracked down new music from a variety of artists, ranging from one of the biggest band ever in Rock 'n' Roll to one of the most unique performers ever reviewed on Fresh Tracks.
"Angry" by the Rolling Stones is a single from their first new album in years. Mick Jagger has indicated the band is most of the way through a follow-up album.
We review a nontraditional jazz album: The studio debut from British drummer and producer Yussef Dayes. “Black Classical Music” is a 19 song collection.
Penguin Café has a new album, “Rain Before Seven." The group was started in 1972 by Simon Jeffries. Jeffries' son Arthur took the reins calling it simply Penguin Café and releasing six albums since 2011. Musicians include variety of artists from the Royal College of Music to bands like Suede and Gorillaz.
Mike Geier performs concerts as Puddles Pity Party. He is an Atlanta native, 7 feet tall and in costume as the sad clown with the golden voice.
In 2013, Puddles collaborated with Postmodern Jukebox to create music that amassed 29 million views online.
His upcoming tour includes Sioux Falls on Nov. 7, as well as Denver, Fargo, Des Moines and Omaha.