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  • Paul Mark Rousseau of Silverstein When Broken is Easily Fixed 15 year anniversary tour varsity theatre Minneapolis Minnesota January 19 2019
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    Silverstein Celebrates Anniversary Tour at Varsity

    On a Saturday night in late January, as the temperature had finally (and unfortunately) fallen to where it typically is in the midwest this time of the year, long-time supporters of Silverstein arrived at Varsity Theatre for their anniversary tour. For this tour, Silverstein is playing the entirety of their 2003 album When Broken is Easily Fixed, as […] More

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    10 Nontraditional Songs For The Holiday Season

    As the holiday season draws near, and the debate over whether or not Christmas music is meant to be listened to before or after Thanksgiving comes to a close, it’s finally a safe time to start marinating in your old holiday favorites. But what can you do when every public space and radio station has […] More

  • Lydia Night Genessa Gariano of The Regrettes November 29 2018 Amsterdam bar and hall st Paul minnesota
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    No Regrets, Yes Regrettes!

    This week, the Amsterdam Bar and Hall hosted three diverse, engaging acts: vintage rocker Micky James, the stoner drone of Welles, and all-female punk band the Regrettes. It was an entertaining night of dancing, singing, and fun. Oh, Micky, You’re so Fine! Opener Micky James can be described in four words: suede, sass, sparkles, and spunk. He […] More

  • Caleb Shomo of Beartooth Varsity Theatre Disease Tour November 14 2018
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    Beartooth and Breakdowns

    Hardcore fans flooded a sold-out Varsity Theater Wednesday night in anticipation of seeing the perfect rock n’ roll trifecta: Sylar, Knocked Loose, and Beartooth. Though I usually go to lighter pop-punk shows, there’s no doubt I was excited about this incredible lineup and that I was looking forward to some heavy rock music to shake […] More

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    Mayday Parade Gets Spooky at First Ave

    It’s Halloween 2018 and as we all know, nothing says spooky quite like an emo-punk concert, right? Well, maybe. Regardless, setting aside any arguments of whether this genre is a traditional Halloween indicator or not, the recent performance of the “Welcome To Sunnyland” tour with appearances by Oh, Weatherly, William Ryan Key, This Wild Life, […] More

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    Real Friends Showcase “Composure” at The Garage

    Four acts. Three countries. Two record labels. One insane night. On Wednesday The Garage was filled once more with pop-punk enthusiasts preparing for what very well may be the most anticipated lineup in the scene for fall 2018. With Real Friends set to headline and support from labelmates Grayscale and Eat Your Heart Out as […] More

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    Kyle Fasel on “Composure” [Interview]

    Next week The Garage welcomes Illinois-based band Real Friends as they kick off a promotional headlining tour for their newest album, Composure. Released July 13th of this year, Composure is a ten-track pop-rock tour de force, which pushed the band’s songwriting limits immensely in an effort to perfect their art. We sat down with bassist […] More

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    Good Charlotte Guitarist Billy Martin Interview

    If you didn’t already know, Maryland-based rock band, Good Charlotte, will be bringing their tour to Skyway Theatre THIS WEEK! If for some reason you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, maybe this exclusive interview will convince you that it is time to do so. We spoke with guitarist, Billy Martin about Good Charlotte’s newest album, Generation […] More

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    Death Cab For Cutie Sells Out the Palace

    On a foggy early October evening, Palace Theatre welcomed world-renowned indie-rock band, Death Cab For Cutie, for the first show of a two-night run at their venue. Aesthetically, the Palace is one of the best venues in the twin-cities. With its cool and relaxed atmosphere pairing wonderfully with Death Cab’s sound and demeanor, it was the […] More

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    90’s Tour Proves Time Travel is Possible

    Dunkaroos, Bill Nye, Tamagotchi, Kid Pix, Silly Putty, Push-Pops, and don’t forget the frosted tips! Have I taken you back to the 90’s yet? Are you beginning to feel nostalgic? Imagine what embracing so many things that made the 90’s as great as we all remember, and combining them into one night of absolute joy and […] More

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    Caroline Smith Comes Home

    It was with warm smiles, open arms, and a sold out Cedar Cultural Center that eager fans welcomed Caroline Smith back home to Minneapolis on Thursday night; an intimate performance that united and captivated those in attendance. The afternoon leading up to the show was warm and serene; I’d be lying if I said that […] More

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