The Lark and the Loon

Josh Haiar

In The Moment ... July 12, 2019 Show 614 Hour 1

The Lark and The Loon call their writing styles an exporation in the etymology of American music. They take inspiration from pre-war blues and jazz, Irish dance music, sea shanties and dust bowl folk songs.

The husband/wife duo of Rocky Steen-Rolfzen and Jeff Rolfzen perform in the South Dakota Community Foundation Gallery in Rapid City for Moment in Sound.

In the Moment Black Hills Special: July 5-12

Jul 12, 2019

Stan Adelstein explains how being Jewish shaped him. Whitney Rencountre talks about how his grandfather, and Native culture more broadly, shaped him. Sam Hurst, Kevin Woster, and Linda Hasselstrom discuss about the value of the region. We hear music from the Black Hills Chamber Music Society, The Lark and the Loon, and Tiffany Johnson. Dr. Rachel Headley and Meg Manke talk building a better workplace. Rick Kahler explains financial therapy.  


Lee Strubinger

In The Moment ... August 31, 2018 Show 413 Hour 1

Stories of Black Hills settlers have inspired the latest release from folk duo The Lark and the Loon. Their second album is called "Homestead Hands," and the album release takes Jeff and Rocky Rolfzen across the Western United States, including three performance dates in the Hills.

You can see them tonight at Firehouse Brewery in Rapid City and Saturday at the Miner Brewing Company in Hill City.