The 605 Show
Episode 011 Ted Heeren (Rock Garden Tour), Casey Ring (Old Towne Dinner Theatre)
V locked himself out of his car, and—despite Lyft’s recent arrival in Sioux Falls—is unable to get to The Gateway in time to talk with Olde Towne Dinner Theatre executive director Casey Ring about the company’s latest production, A Tuna Christmas. Luckily, Alana enlists engineer Brian to sub in for The Noble One, and he does pretty much just as good a job as V. After the break, it’s back to normal, and Rock Garden Tour founder Ted “Flowerman” Heeren joins the crew to talk about being...
Episode 010 z*stonish, Kellen Boice (Sioux Falls Design Center)
It’s another slightly spooky episode of The 605 Show, brought to you by 605 Magazine and Cortrust Bank. This month Alana and V hit up Taphouse 41 for plenty of bourbon, tots, and wings. First out of the gate, the gang gets superstitious with mentalist Zac “z*stonish” Tenneboe. Zac gives us the low down on his one man show, Superstitions, at the Orpheum Theatre on Friday, October 13, before trading shots with V during Alana’s latest drinking game, “Does z*stonish Do It (Do It… Do It…)?”...
Episode 009 Burlap Wolf King (Thomas Hentges), Jordan Knopf (Tuff Roots)
This episode of the 605 Show is an all-you-can-listen grilled pineapple-stravaganza, recorded live to tape at Carnaval Brazilian Grill. Jordan Knopf of Tuff Roots joins us straight out of the gate to talk about the band’s new album, Planting Seeds, and to politely indulge Alana’s reggae stoner stereotype game, “Cannabis or Can I Not.” (V doesn’t think it makes much sense, either.) Then our man Aiden from Carnaval takes a break from bringing us plate after plate of delicious food and drinks...
Episode 008 Adam Jorgensen/Sioux Falls Pride, NW Engbers, Jackson Rentschler
By popular demand, The 605 Show is back at The Gateway this month. Our good friend Jackson joins Alana and V to talk patio living (and drinking) and American Outlaw soccer. Then Sioux Falls-based singer-songwriter NW Engbers drops in to talk about his beautiful new EP, The Inner World, his growing family, performing at the 605 Summer Classic later this month, and book-smelling. After the break, Adam Jorgensen joins the crew with an exhaustive list of Sioux Falls Pride Week events before...
Episode 007 Chelsey Tracey, Chris Bedford, CRAVE
The 605 Show is back again. This time we’re hosted by Ileen Sayler and the exceptional staff at CRAVE Restaurant in Downtown Sioux Falls, and the crew finds out that the only way to make CRAVE’s delicious dishes better is to add a sexy backing track while describing them. Chris Bedford stops by to talk about his new album, Picasso, planning for success, and performing at this year’s 605 Summer Classic. After the break, Chelsea Tracey of Chelsea’s Boutique sits down with us to talk about...
Episode 006 White Wall Sessions, Total Drag, Ode to Food & Drinks
The 605 Show is back once again at the lovely Ode to Food & Drinks, where to crew is toasting the show’s new sponsor, Cortrust Bank, and talking amuse bouche with Chef Bob. Co-owner of Total Drag Liz Nissen shows up to talk about the venue/record store’s renovation, running a cool all ages venue, and play Alana’s morbid celebrity death quiz, “R.I.P. Music Trivia.” Then Jeff Zueger of the White Wall Sessions stops by to talk about the show’s upcoming fifth season, band riders, and doing...
Episode 005 Brienne Maner, Lauren Forsch, Ode to Food & Drinks
It’s the month of love, so the 605 Show is celebrating with an Ode. Theresa Flannery of Ode to Food and Drink was gracious enough to host us and woo the crew with candied bacon Old Fashioneds, chislic, and Chef Bob’s famous risotto. Lauren Forsch of The Bakery stops by to talk entrepreneurship in Sioux Falls and tell us about The Bakery’s upcoming Speakeasy Soiree (Fri, Feb 12 at Crawford’s). After a smooth interlude from the JAS Quintet, Downtown Sioux Falls Communications Director...
Episode 002 Wes Eisenhauer of Soulcrate, Psychic Medium Donna O'Dea
It’s October, which means it’s time for V to turn out the lights and hide from trick-or-treaters. Right out of the gate, Alana freaks everyone out by recounting her encounter with the vengeful spirit of a man who died during her family’s trip to Disney World. For real. Then Wes Eisenhauer of Soulcrate stops by to talk new music, blowing up Reddit, and eight years of Rap Karaoke. Plus, is Dirt Dee adopted? Did V once narrowly avoid dying in a fiery blaze? Alana gets to the bottom of these...