Season 2 Episode 17

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Video Summary

High schools rock for Battle of the Bands. For the 5th year running, Junior Achievement's Battle of the Bands and Youth Expo brings young musicians from Minnesota and Wisconsin together to compete for top honors. The winning band receives a multi-day recording session and local radio air play. Meet organizer Scott Lillo and discover the message behind a rocking musical event.

Test drive the 21st annual Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop with The PlayList. Preview what's new with art hound Penny Clark. More than a dozen local galleries open their doors on Saturday, April 16 to kick-off a new season of arts. You're invited to stroll along Canal Park or Superior Street visiting galleries; or, take the Port Town Trolley to stops in Duluth and Superior!

The Alrights offer a diverse range of music from pop, rock, and punk that's smooth, raw, and soulful. The Duluth-based trio features Toby Churchill, whose lyrics are no less diverse. He is also lead vocalist, guitarist and pianist; Danny Cosgrove plays a mean bass and sings a sweet harmony creating a larger sound; and drummer Chad Chavo Amborn knows when to hold back, but has the chops to bring down the house. In 2005, they signed a record deal with NYC City Canyons Records and toured nationally.

Funding for this program is provided by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Click here for more information or visit the Minnesota Legacy website.

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