Milk Carton Kids bring magic and mischief to studio q

Humour is the magic stringing the Milk Carton kids shows together. Hear their side-splitting conversation and gorgeous, soulful tunes.

California folk duo The Milk Carton Kids perform two songs live in studio q. With the driest of humour, they also chat with Shad about their melodic, road tripping new album, Monterey, and how their constant joking takes the edge off of their "slow sad-sack songs".  

Come for the music, stay for the mischief. 

Shad is flanked by The Milk Carton Kids — Joey Ryan on the left and Kenneth Pattengale on the right. The talented duo sing two songs from their new album, Monterey.


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