Tune in to WXPR's Northwoods Cafe Thursday, August 22, at 7 pm for a live broadcast performance with Kelly Jackson.
Craig Harrison will be your host showcasing this celebrated Northwoods artist. Now residing in Madison, Kelly hails from Wausau originally, and is a member of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
Her 2012 debut album, Spirit of a Woman, received four Native American Music Award nominations and awarded the NAMA for Americana Recording of the Year. Recorded at Alchematic Studios on Squirrel Lake Island, some songs feature the talents of Jim St. Charles and Scott Kirby, familiar to listeners through their individual works and as WXPR music hosts.
Don't miss this Live from the White Pine performance, free and in the comfort of your living room!
The White Pine Room can accommodate a small audience of about 20. If you'd like to attend the broadcast performance, send us an email and we'll let you know if there's still room.
This on-air broadcast will also give you a chance to sample what's coming up this season in WXPR's Concert Series. On September 12th, Kelly will be the first of three performances WXPR is bringing to the Nicolet College LRC Theater stage.
Learn more about Kelly Jackson at her website, Spirit of an Ikwe.