The holiday season kicks off with the Expo on Sunday November 9th, 2014 in the remodeled Itasca Room at the Ramada Plaza Minneapolis. Listen to our sponsor Radio K for the chance to win a free pass to the show! Admission is only $3. To show your support for our friends at Second Harvest Heartland and the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, bring 2 (or more) cans of food for them, and we’ll knock a buck off your ticket to this crate-digging experience.
Great 70s soul production from Gamble-Huff before they moved to Philadelphia International Records.
Little Milton shines on this soul dancer – from the man that brought us “Grits Ain’t Groceries.”
A wonderful 60s Chicago soul ballad.
Produced by David Axelrod, a veteran Capitol records producer responsible for many of Lou Rawls’ releases, this one follows in the shadow of the dance crazes of the 60s.
60s soul on Thomas Records out of Chicago.
P.S. our last post announcing the September Expo had the wrong date. Due to the Vikings schedule, we have moved the September show to Sunday September 28th.