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The New Standards

What are The New Standards about? They are about Music, about Town, about Play, about soul, about fun... Started in 2005 as an off-shoot project between Minneapolis based musicians and friends Chan Poling (piano), Steve Roehm (vibes) and John Munson (bass), TNS has grown into a globe-spanning adventure, filling theaters and clubs around the world, spawning several CDs, videos, cartoons, dance/theater projects, and ancillary gewgaws that have charmed and delighted an ever-multiplying legion of faithful fans. The three core members of The New Standards all come from illustrious Twin Cities bands


Bending Towards the Light

Read "Bending Towards the Light" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin

This week's episode includes a smattering of old and new holiday songs penned by women, a boatload of new releases from vocalists Alex Pangman, Jim Caruso, Billy Stritch and Klea Blackhurst, Alla Ray, Alison Wedding, pianists Hyuna Park, Simone Baron and Carmen Sandim, trombonist Aubrey Logan and bassist Kristen Korb, plus birthday shout outs to Ethel ...


That Special Time of Year

Read "That Special Time of Year" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin

This broadcast gets into the swing of the season, which includes holiday releases by Duchess and Laura Dickinson plus a new recording by pianist Kelly Green, with birthday shout outs to Gloria Lynne, Etta Jones, Arthur Schwartz, Johnny Mandel, June Christy and Hoagy Carmichael, among others. Playlist Geri Allen “In Appreciation" from Geri Allen ...


Notable Songs by 21st Century Women

Read "Notable Songs by 21st Century Women" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin

In this episode of A Broad Spectrum we feature some gorgeous new releases and we give birthday shout outs to Louis Armstrong, Jeri Southern, Hank Jones, Kevin Mahogany, Josh Nelson, Tony Bennett, Connie Converse, Kat Edmonson, KJ Denhart, Terri Lyne Carrington, Aaron Weinstein, and Baby Jane Dexter among others, focusing on some notable songs written by ...


Label: Self-Released
Released: 2015
Track listing: 01. Between The Bars; 02. Get It On (Bang A Gong); 03. Ashes To Ashes; 04. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend; 05. Cruel; 06. Love Will Tear Us Apart; 07. I Want You To Want Me; 08. Bizarre Love Triangle; 09. I'm In Love With A Girl; 10. Butterfly


Snow Days

Featuring the music of The New Standards
Duration: 5:14

The New Standards perform Trip Shakespeare's "Snow Days" at The Fitzgerald Theater.

Sunday Morning Coming Down

Label: Princess Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: 01. Sunday Morning Coming Down; 02. This Must Be The Place; 03. Call Your Boyfriend; 04. I Scare Myself; 05. Essence; 06. No Cars Go; 07. After the Goldrush; 08. Golden Age; 09. And I Love Her; 10. The Book Of Love; 11. One; 12. You're Innocent When You Dream

Rock and Roll

Label: Princess Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: 01. Rock and Roll; 02. Hey Ya; 03. Such Great Heights; 04. Watching the Detectives; 05. Androgynous; 06. Bring It On Home To Me; 07. London Calling; 08. Toxic; 09. Maps; 10. Is That All There Is?

The New Standards

Label: Self-Released
Released: 2005
Track listing: 01. Inchworm; 02. The New Pollution; 03. I Will Dare; 04. All The Young Dudes; 05. Man, Oh Man; 06. Nature Boy; 07. Only Love Can Break Your Heart; 08. Town Crier; 09. Love is the Law; 10. Oh Yeah; 11. Dark End of the Street; 12. My Ship; 13. Song 2; 14. September Song


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