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Daniel Zamzow

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  • Senior Technical Producer
  • Role: Station Technical Staff

Recent Pieces from Daniel Zamzow

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The Wallets Cash Out (01:30)
From: Ampers

The Wallets were a band in 1980s Minneapolis known for their high-energy jams and theatric performances. Producer Daniel Zamzow describes how in one of their earlier shows at ...
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Judy Garland (01:30)
From: Ampers

Frances Gumm was born in 1922 Grand Rapids, Minnesota. She would grow to become the singer and actor Judy Garland, star of The Wizard of Oz. Producer Daniel Zamzow recounts ...
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Twin/Tone Records (01:30)
From: Ampers

The independent music scene of Minneapolis began its ascension in the mid-1970s. This happened for a number of reasons, but, as producer Daniel Zamzow explains, one of the ...
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Jack Pearson (01:30)
From: Ampers

Jack Pearson was a multi-instrumentalist songwriter and storyteller devoted to sharing his talents in schools, libraries, and churches all across Minnesota. As producer ...
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The Suicide Commandos Burn Down (01:30)
From: Ampers

The godfathers of the Minneapolis punk and indie rock scene are The Suicide Commandos, a trio at the center of the budding subculture in 1970s Minnesota. Producer Daniel ...
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Keith Secola (01:30)
From: Ampers

Born and raised in Cook, Minnesota on the Boise Forte Reservation, musician Keith Secola has an intimate relationship with Anishinabe culture. As producer Daniel Zamzow has ...
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Duluth's Dylan Festival (01:30)
From: Ampers

Duluth, Minnesota is the birthplace of Robert Zimmerman, better known as Bob Dylan. Producer Daniel Zamzow describes the annual festival that honors his birthday.
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A Prairie Home Companion (01:30)
From: Ampers

The Minnesota radio treasure, “A Prairie Home Companion”, had its humble beginnings at Macalester College in 1974. As producer Daniel Zamzow explains, the show’s musical ...
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Les Fields & The River (01:30)
From: Ampers

Les Fields put a Dixieland Jazz band together at the last minute to cover for his work Christmas party in 1968 Rochester, Minnesota. As producer Daniel Zamzow learned, this ...
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Leonard "Skeets" Langley (01:30)
From: Ampers

The accordion was a gift that kept on giving for Leonard “Skeets” Langley, who as a young adult, was crowned champion at the 1963 World Accordion Championships in Germany. ...