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  • TLC at Twin Cities Pride 2019 Minneapolis Minnesota LGBTQ T-Boz Left-Eye Chilli

    TLC at Twin Cities Pride [PHOTOS & REVIEW]

    It’s been nearly 30 years since Chilli, T-Boz, and Left Eye joined forces. Their crossover success in the music industry earned them five Grammy Awards, four multi-platinum albums, and four number one singles. More than that, it gave them a platform to discuss social issues plaguing the 1990’s and early 2000’s. Their lyrics have empowered […] More

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    MarchFourth Really Funked Up the Cedar

    MarchFourth, a 20-person marching band that mixes vaudeville and a touch of circus, filled the Cedar last night in Minneapolis, and not just in terms of the audience. The group itself filled the Cedar’s sizable stage with personnel who, in turn, filled the venue with a raucous mix of jazz, funk, hoots and hollers. It […] More

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    One Man Funk Band Max Frost Rocks The Entry

    The saying “one-man band” is normally used to describe someone who is either a loner or someone with a lot of skills. It’s almost impossible to do successfully in the modern music era. The amount of work that goes into a single may as well be as long as a Minnesota winter. Max Frost is […] More

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    Khruangbin Brings World Influences to First Avenue

    Khruangbin was back in the Main Room on Tuesday Night for their third show in the Twin Cities this year in support of their 2018 release Con Todo El Mundo, which was a phrase taken from bassist Laura Lee’s grandfather meaning “with all the world.” If I’m not mistaken, this was their fourth show in […] More