House of Mercy Presents

Once a month, the best show in town takes over the Turf Club. The internet radio station, Misplaced Music, and the country gospel church House of Mercy team up and put on their monthly live radio show. It has consistently been my favorite show every month. Mostly, I think, it’s because people are there for the music. No one cares if they’ve heard the bands before, but if the music causes feet to tap, then it’s greeted with roaring applause.
Last night was the Halloween/All Saints Day edition of HOM Presents. Lonesome Dan Kase, who might just be the most underrated Twin Cities musician, tore through gritty delta blues and The Valley of the Shadow of the Handbarrow involved a woman playing an electric shovel. Seriously. It’s one of the most eclectic shows you’ll see or hear. You can listen to the show live or the rebroadcast at 10AM Tuesday morning at Misplaced Music.

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