Steve Seel Feature Archive

Host Steve Seel was joined by Ambassador Alan Holmer, special envoy for China and the Strategic Economic Dialogue, and Tony Lorusso, executive director of the Minnesota Trade Office, at the Varsity Theater on July 10. (07/10/2008)
Aimee Mann came to the national spotlight in 1984 with the song "Voices Carry" by her band 'Til Tuesday. Since then, she has gone on to a successful solo career, distributing her own music via her label SuperEgo Records, recording a Christmas album, and getting her toe cut off in the movie The Big Lebowski. (06/16/2008)
Host Steve Seel talked with guests Richard Todd (from the Federal Reserve) and Star Tribune personal finance writer Kara McGuire about the current mortgage situation and what consumers need to know about it. (05/15/2008)
Host Steve Seel talked with guests Richard Todd (from the Federal Reserve) and Star Tribune personal finance writer Kara McGuire about the current mortgage situation and what consumers need to know about it. (05/15/2008)
Cameron McGill was born in Champaign-Urbana, IL, in 1977 and spent his childhood years listening to his father's music collection which included The Beach Boys, Neil Young, Willie Nelson, and Johnny Cash. (05/12/2008)
Tokyo Police Club formed in 2005 in the wake of the breakup of their previous band. That summer they began performing live and later that fall they played the Montreal Pop Festival. (05/07/2008)
After spending most of 2007 on the road touring as a solo artist and as a member of Andrew Bird's band, Martin Dosh's "Wolves And Wishes" will be released in May 2008 and is the fourth Dosh full-length studio project. (05/02/2008)
In 2006, The Watson Twins release their EP "Southern Manners" with songs from the record being featured on Grey's Anatomy, The Sundance Film Festival Web site, and independent film soundtracks. (05/02/2008)
The band Elbow referred to themselves as "prog without the solos" and they said it without winking. In 2008 the band released their latest effort, "The Seldom Seen Kid." (04/30/2008)
From the mid-'80s to the mid-'90s, American Music Club were one of the most acclaimed U.S. underground bands. They had recorded seven albums before finally calling it a day. (04/11/2008)
From a 1,000 copies limited-release single at the start of 2005 to having their beer "borrowed" by Paul McCartney and a platinum album, Editors have done it their way and triumphed. (01/29/2008)
Toumani Diabate comes from a long family tradition of kora players including his father, Sidiki Diabate, who recorded the first ever kora album in 1970. In September 2005, Toumani Diabate released In the Heart of the Moon, a collaboration with the late Ali Farka Toure, his mentor. (01/29/2008)
Bon Iver's debut release "For Emma, Forever Ago," a nine-song album, came together at a remote cabin in the woods of Northwestern Wisconsin. All of his personal troubles,including heartache, longing, love, loss, and guilt was purged into the form of song. (01/17/2008)
On the tail end of their tour supporting their sophomore release "Mood Swings," the Toronto-based indie-rock quintet Small Sins used an eclectic mix of a chain, bells, a drum machine and an omnichord during their in studio performance at The Current. (11/21/2007)
Shout Out Louds are a band originally from Stockholm, Sweden. They've known each other since they were youngsters and started playing together in 2001. "Our Ill Wills" is their latest release and the first on their new label Merge Records. (10/18/2007)