KFAI Radio: Jim Walsh's Mixtape Memoir

By Xan Holston
KFAI Radio

Walsh_Bar coverJim Walsh started writing about the Twin Cities music scene some 30 years ago. He fell into his profession as a music journalist, compelled by an insatiable desire to take the electrical and  emotional impulses of music and translate them to the page. He's recently released a collection of stories he's written through the years called Bar Yarns and Manic-Depressive Mixtapes: Jim Walsh on Music from Minneapolis to the Outer Limits. He stopped by the Monday Morning Blend to talk with Xan Holston about how the book functions like a mixtape memoir for Minneapolis.

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