The draw of Carousel remainsby Dale Connelly, Minnesota Public Radio,
Jim Ed Poole, Minnesota Public Radio
St. Paul, Minn. — The last time you heard "You'll Never Walk Alone" you were probably wearing a robe and carrying a diploma. But did you know where that song came from? It's from the Rogers and Hammerstein show, "Carousel" and it was an unusual musical for it's time.
It's being staged in the Twin Cities and it stars some of the area's most talented singer-actors. Some of the cast was in The Morning Show studio to chat before the opening.
Songs performed: "My Boy Bill," "What's the Use of Wonderin'," and "You'll Never Walk Alone."
Dale Connelly was the mastermind behind Radio Heartland - Minnesota Public Radio's 24/7 Web and HD Radio music service, heard on RadioHeartland.org worldwide and on 91.1 KNOW HD2 in the Twin Cities.
The Minnesota Public Radio family is shocked and saddened by the sudden loss of our friend and colleague, Tom Keith.