August 2021

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    Katie Toupin Shares Her Digits and Life On The Road

    Sitting across from Katie Toupin at The Depot Tavern, it’s easy to see the appreciation and accessibility she has to her fans. I mean, the front page of her website lists a cell phone number stating, “You can text me. I respond. Say hi. Let’s be friends.” As a former member of Houndmouth, Toupin has […] More

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    Trippie Redd Kicks Off New Tour at The Armory

    Supporting acts Iann Dior and Sofaygo joined Trippie Redd on his visit to The Armory, the first date of his new Tour, Tripp at Knight. A Minnesota Fan Favorite Trippie Redd has apparently been a fan of Minnesota for awhile now, as he has made the trip for his last 3 tours. At each show, […] More

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    Madi Diaz Releases an Emotionally Packed Album of Feelings

    History Of A Feeling, Madi Diaz’s debut album on ANTI-, conveys the story about a past relationship and the full spectrum of feelings of having something end. It also marks a new level for Madi Diaz as a songwriter and her ability to share such honest feelings of rage, confusion, despair, and introspection on what […] More

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    [Photo Gallery] Blue Ox Music Festival 2021

    There’s simply no way to see everything that takes place over the three days at Blue Ox Music Festival. There are 3 stages with music, another stage with family activities, music workshops, fire dancers, neon hoops, bubbles, art installations, and the brand new Soul Sanctuary. Needless to say, Blue Ox is a very meaty Ox. […] More

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    Stories from Backstage at Blue Ox Music Festival

    Blue Ox Music Festival in Eau Claire, Wisconsin returned for its 6th reiteration this past weekend. The family run festival had some last minute cancellations but the depth of the lineup shone through with special double sets and last minute additions. Music in Minnesota wanted to share stories from unique perspectives on what the festival […] More

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    The Hella Mega Tour Defines Why I Love Live Music

    Hella Mega Tour Concert Review. Written by Dylan Novacek  Nearly two years ago, a dream tour was announced: Green Day, Weezer, and my personal favorite band, Fall Out Boy. It felt unreal; three modern legends coming together for a worldwide stadium tour. Little did we know what was to come shortly after that announcement. Over […] More


    [PHOTO GALLERY] Modest Mouse at The Armory

    Indie-rock veterans Modest Mouse played The Armory last night. They were greeted by thousands of long-time fans who were clearly feeling more at home this time around. Their last tour through the Twin Cities was an opening set for Black Keys at Target Center in 2019. Their set twisted and turned through their 20+ year […] More

  • John Popper Of Blues Traveler

    Blues Traveler Returns Outdoor Music To The Mayo Civic Center And Park

    Blues Traveler came to town Friday Night with Co-Headliners JJ Grey and Mofro. Due to both Technical difficulties and the impending weather both bands got approximately a 1-hour set to showcase the crowd at Rochester’s Mayo Parks first outdoor concert of the year. Blues Traveler who was tonights Headliner did the better job of taking […] More

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    Yo Pi’erre, Concerts are back In Minnesota

    Grammy award-winning producer and acclaimed artist Pi’erre Bourne gave life to Varsity Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota last night. The rapper announced on stage that Varsity had been sold out for this show. Minnesota however, was not the only show to be sold out on this tour. Pi’erre had posted on his Instagram story before the […] More

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    Humbird Previews New Album With “Hymn For Whom” Film

    The Parkway Theater hosted a special event of Humbird’s “Hymn For Whom” collaboration last evening. The event combined the storytelling of Siri Undlin’s (aka Humbird) new album entitled Still Life with the visual expertise of Erik and Sarah Elstran. The 36-minute film is a record of creativity during a year spent at home during the […] More

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    Nicole Atkins Time Travels at the Turf Club

    Appropriately tucked inside the “Best Remnant of the 40’s”, Nicole Atkins’ tour of her 5th album release, Italian Ice, brought a wave of retro vibes to the Minnesota last night. Atkins has been the Dr. Sam Beckett of musicians. Much like Quantum Leap, Atkins time travels back into classic soul, pop, and rock eras to […] More

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