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May 12, 2017
Rose gets ready for Mother's Day.
April 5, 2017
One hundred years ago, Wisconsin went to war. One of the most famous pieces of writing to come out of World War I was the poem "In Flanders Fields." Wisconsin Veteran John Pavlik could recite the poem from memory decades after the war as well as several of the poems inspired by those famous words. 
March 24, 2017
We might not have mountains here, but mountain music has been taking off in Wisconsin. Art Stevenson has been playing bluegrass in the Midwest for 25 years and for most fans, Stevenson is bluegrass in Wisconsin.
Nyckelharpa
March 7, 2017
Earl Holzman builds nyckelharpas, a traditional Swedish folk instrument.
Ukuladies
February 21, 2017
After three decades directing a choir, Mary Backus decided to form a different kind of music group for women who love to play the ukulele.
February 15, 2017
It’s hard to imagine that any musician could be as prolific as Jay Anderson. The saxophonist performs nearly every night, has started his own record label, and grows his own food.
KC Williams
February 10, 2017
Milwaukee musician K.C. Williams forges a career from country music to the classroom.

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