In this installment:

Music, especially sung, has been at the core of Minnesotan society. What has always been particularly moving to me is how Minnesotans participate in its cultural experience, perhaps even more so when it’s cold! This playlist is dedicated to the generations of Minnesotans who have raised their voices for themselves and for their neighbors to strive for unity and equality.



  1. Kim André Arnesen: “Even When He Is Silent”
  2. Andrew’s Sisters: “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy”
  3. Bob Dylan “Like a Rolling Stone”
  4. Biebl: “Ave Maria”
  5. “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”
  6. Husker Du: “It’s Not Funny Anymore”
  7. The Replacements: “Unsatisfied”
  8. Reincarnations: III. The Coolin
  9. Soul Asylum: “Runaway Train”
  10. Bobby Vee: “Take Good Care of my Baby”
  11. Lizzo: “Truth Hurts”
  12. VocalEssence: “I Will Be Your Standing Stone”
  13. The Sounds of Blackness: “Fly Again”
  14. VocalEssence: “The Good Fight”
  15. Theater Latte da: “Silent Night”
  16. Steve Heitzeg: “American Nomad”
  17. Prince: “Purple Rain”

Listen to the playlist on Spotify!
Find all of the Jukebox playlists here.