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Meet members of PIERREcussion, the drum line team from Pierre’s T.F. Riggs High School.

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A Lost Monument and the Pierre Origins of the Geographical Center Saga

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Is the geographical center of North America at Rugby, Robinson, or Center, North Dakota? Or across the state line in Pierre?

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2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert: The Nesters

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Entries for NPR's Tiny Desk Concert were taken in January. We've gathered up the South Dakota bands represented, starting with The Nesters from Bison, SD.

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2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert: Amanda Lynn

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Tiny Desk Concert entry Amanda Lynn brings a new feel to the classic genre. Lush with addictive vocal hooks and splashy pop undertones, the record boasts the aesthetic of indie folk anthems.

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2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert: Burlap Wolf King

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Burlap Wolf King is a vessel of songs for South Dakota based singer/songwriter, Thomas Hentges. Hentges performs solo, as well as with the band, both under the Burlap Wolf King moniker.

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2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert: Maddie Todd

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An acoustic artist who brings a new meaning to the word soul, SD Tiny Desk Concert entry Maddie Todd's new single "Paradox" is full of passion, great lyrics and beautiful guitar playing.

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2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert: The Darning Hearts

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South Dakota Tiny Desk Concert entry The Darning Hearts is husband and wife dynamic duo that specializes in a 20's and 30's swing music.

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2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert: Mark Mowry

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Mark Mowry is an old campaigner in the music entertainment game. He is an amazing guitarist with vocal skills, as well as a songwriter of great depth. Check out his entry for the 2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert.

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2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert: Von Varagon Society

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Von Varagon Society is an indie rock band with a great sound and some deep, meaningful lyrics.

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2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert: WJazz

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If you're looking for some funky blues vibes on repeated phrasing, SD Tiny Desk Concert entry WJazz is your guy.

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2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert: Back Alley

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They may play under a new name, but there is no denying that this band has chemistry. Meet Tiny Desk Concert entry Back Alley.

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2017 NPR Tiny Desk Concert: Kenny Feidler & Clade Schuelke

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From a young age Kenny Feidler wanted to be a rodeo cowboy and now his childhood dream now resonates in the music he writes and sings. Best friend and bandmate Clade Schuelke adds some outstanding guitar skills to the mix as well.

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SDPB Presents Ethan Bortnick Live at the Washington Pavilion

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Join piano virtuoso Ethan Bortnick along with guests the SDSU Concert Choir and Brookings High School Choir – plus a couple of other surprises.

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At Dakota Brick House, Chef Jim Waters and Team Aren't Holding Anything Back

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The Café Brulé team are reinvigorating Vermillion's Main Street with a new gastropub in historic digs.

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Throwing Pots at a Home for Cracked Crocks: Dakota Stoneware's Dave Huebner

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The Bushnell ceramic artist's work is inspired by historic American pottery traditions.

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