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    The Twins of Franklin Celebrate New Release at Sold Out Icehouse

    Taking the stage with the largest ensemble they’ve had, The Twins of Franklin burst into their newest album This Life with “To The Moon.” With backup singers, keyboards, harmonica, soaring electric guitar, bass, drums, and acoustic guitars, the set started with a full-powered jolt of joy. What better way to celebrate their second album than […] More

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    Kamasi Washington Brings Fearless Movement to the Fitz

    Before attending last Saturday night’s show at the Fitzgerald, I knew there were few brighter stars in 21st-century jazz and few who put on a show as big as Kamasi Washington. As both statements would suggest, I had ample anticipation heading into the concert, an early stop on the saxophonist’s Fearless Movement tour. Washington has […] More

  • NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MARCH 30: (Exclusive Coverage) Nicki Minaj performs onstage during her Pink Friday 2 World Tour at Madison Square Garden on March 30, 2024 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage for Live Nation)
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    Real Time Nicki Minaj Minneapolis Concert Review

    On Saturday, April 27, Music in Minnesota had the pleasure to witness the Nicki Minaj tour stop at the Target Center in Minneapolis. James Perovich shared his real time notes below. -Ed. 8:05 – Entering the stadium awash in pink. Skirts. Shirts. Boots. Jackets. Underwear. I also saw several American flags which I found peculiar […] More

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    Saint Motel Hosts Award Show at First Avenue

    Indie rock group Saint Motel returned to First Avenue’s mainroom to host a special award show themed performance. With QR codes posted throughout the venue, fans were given the opportunity to vote for the songs they wanted to hear. Fronted by Minnesota native A.J. Jackson, the show also served as a homecoming.  With over 10 […] More

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    The Mountain Goats Delight Palace Theatre

    The Mountain Goats returned to the Twin Cities for a delightful night of music and storytelling. Rather than packing First Avenue’s mainroom, John Darnielle and company performed on the other side of the river in Saint Paul’s Palace Theater, which truly elevated the show’s overall atmosphere.  Known for narrative-driven indie folk songs, the group’s latest […] More

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    I Don’t Know How But They Found Me Sell Out The Fine Line

    Rising alternative act I Don’t Know How But They Found Me (IDKHow) returned to the Twin Cities for their Gloom Division Tour. Supporting their sophomore album of the same name, frontman Dallon Weekes and company filled the Fine Line Music Cafe to capacity.  Following up their excellent 2020 debut, Razzmatazz, and transitioning the project to […] More

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