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    Phil Cook at Turf Club

    On a Friday night in St. Paul, people gathered together at the Turf Club.  People hugged and shouted things like “Oh my gosh, YOU MADE IT!!”  That’s the kind of crowd that Phil Cook can bring together.  High-spirited and ready to roll with whatever the night brings, as long as they can do it together.  […] More

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    Jade Bird Ferociously Charms The Twin Cities

    UK Americana sweetheart Jade Bird brought her first headlining North American tour to the Fine Line Music Cafe in Minneapolis last night with support from Field Report. The two acts of the night created a delightfully earnest and witty night of music together.First was folk act Field Report from Milwaukee. It’s the project of Christopher […] More

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    Dream Wife Wows Minneapolis On First US Tour

    Dream Wife is tearing up clubs across the US, UK, and Europe at the end of a crazy year. On Tuesday night the 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis was the place to be to see one of the most critically acclaimed bands of the year with some extra fun support from Strange Relations and Russo. […] More

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    Israel Nash at the Turf Club

    On a night that boasted one of the larger storms of the year, fans of folk-rock flocked to the Turf Club in St. Paul. Why? Because the club was hosting a show that genuinely made it worth standing up to some crazy weather. Texas natives Israel Nash and Matthew McNeal have been traveling the Midwest […] More

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    Ceramic Animal Bring “Dad Rock” Swagger to Minneapolis

    The 7th Street Entry became a hub for psychedelic rock fans on Wednesday night, boasting a roster of both local and national acts within the genre.  Each one brought a different approach to the stage that made the night feel surprising at every turn.   First up was Minneapolis band Seafarer. The five-piece psych-rock group […] More

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    Sylvan Esso Brings Joy to Minneapolis

    It’s been nearly a year since charming electro-pop duo Sylvan Esso sold out a two-night stint at First Avenue.  In the past year, they have managed to tour extensively across the country, release a sessions EP with friends reimagining songs from their newest album, and were nominated for a Grammy. That’s a big year!  The […] More

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    Tony Peachka Says Goodbye

    Fans of Tony Peachka flocked to 7th Street Entry on Wednesday night to say goodbye to one of the greats on the local scene. The four-piece band has risen to popularity over the last three years as they toured the Minnesota music scene, playing everywhere from block parties to the sacred stage at First Avenue. With […] More

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    Erik Koskinen Album Release Show

    The Hook And Ladder was home to bluesy country rock fans on Friday night as local favorite Erik Koskinen celebrated the release of his new album Cruising Paradise. Koskinen might be one of the hardest working musicians on the local scene. He has had his hand in a huge variety of local and national albums […] More

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    YYY + Har-Di-Har Tagteam at Icehouse

    Icehouse brought in a fantastic double bill on Thursday night with local indie favorites YYY and Har-Di-Har.  Both bands brought a unique set to the stage for friends and fans alike. It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Minneapolis band YYY.  We first got to know them last year when they released an album […] More

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    Gabriel Douglas Makes Icehouse His Home

      You may have heard of a bluesy, foot-stomping, howling Minnesota band called The 4onthefloor.  Even so, you may not know member Gabriel Douglas by name. That’s okay! You’ve got 2 more weeks to catch up.  I won’t tell!    Gabriel has taken over each Tuesday night in July at Icehouse in Minneapolis to celebrate […] More