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Luke asks a special guest three personal music questionsairing at 8 a.m. every Friday on Northland Morning.Back Tracks is sponsored by: MPECU

Back Tracks: Three Music Questions with Mindy Granley

A woman in a white dress playing the accordion
Mindy Granley playing the accordion at her wedding in 2001

As the Sustainability Officer for the City of Duluth, Mindy Granley is constantly thinking about and planning for the future of the area. Since a run-in with a polluted riverbank when she was a child, Mindy has been focused on the environment. Recently, she was interviewed for a segment on The Daily Show regarding the conversation about Duluth being a climate change safe haven.
But everyone needs a break from their work; Mindy also plays the accordion and has since she was four-years old.

Mindy's musical history branches far beyond the accordion. Her first album was a self-titled breakout. Her first concert was by a soap opera star. And her guilty pleasure song comes in handy when inspiration is needed. "If I'm on the treadmill and I can't get going..."

Back Tracks receives support from Minnesota Power Employees Credit Union. You can hear Back Tracks every Friday at 8am on Northland Morning.

Luke Moravec is the host for Northland Morning on The North 103.3. He’s also a local actor, musician and writer. He loves puzzles, riddles and fun mysteries.
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