Paul Whyte

Content By This Contributor:

Paul Seeba: Mitchell Yards

Paul Whyte

Paul Seeba currently lives in St. Paul but is originally from Hibbing. His latest album “Mitchell Yards” brings in aspects of folk, pop and country that make references to area history and other subjects such as traveling, relationships and life.

Jillian Rae: Heartbeat

Paul Whyte

We first became aware of Jillian Rae after her contribution on Preston Gunderson’s latest album, “Getting Good at Starting Over” on the track, “Night.” Some might wonder, “Paul, you used to measure how good a show was by the amount of bruises

Local Music News

Paul Whyte

Preston Gunderson: Getting Good At Starting Over

Bill & Kate Isles: Still Beneath the Stars and Moon

Paul Whyte

Some of you may have noticed that Bill and Kate Isles took the win for “Best Album” in the Reader’s Best of the Northland 2011 survey. Of course we made sure to grab a copy of the album to review it. Bill Isles played his first show of original music after a 25 year hiatus 12 years ago this February. It was an interesting decision to go that long without playing and to reemerge and make music his life’s work. Not only did he become well known in the area after his comeback, Bill and his wife, Kate, have become recognized throughout the nation’s folk and country scene.

Jack Campbell: Control

Paul Whyte

Jack Campbell is known for his work with the indie-rock band Excuse Me, Princess who placed third in the 2010 Duluth “Battle of the Bands” held at the DECC, an event that showcases young school aged acts.

Peer Precious: Bless This Mess

Paul Whyte

Ever since Mike Wilson was a teenager, he took a liking to many things such as cats and pro-wrestling. Although his love of furry felines and men in leotards body slamming each other ...