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    Colin Bracewell Sells Out 7th Street Entry

    I certainly wasn’t born yesterday, and Colin Bracewell wasn’t either at 20 years old, but he’s a new emerging talent in the Twin Cities that seems to have come from nowhere. Originally from Ontario, Canada, Colin has quickly established a brand of music that is both dark and nostalgic. With only 3 official tracks on […] More

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    Caleb Dee Opens Doors in “Closet Space”

    Straight from the opening thump of Caleb Dee’s new single “Closet Space“, there’s a pull and curiosity of what’s behind those opening lines. “Been a little while since you’ve went away Found a pair of shoes in my closet space” A blend of Charlie Puth, early John Mayer, and slices of pop/rock bands COIN and […] More

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    Leslie Vincent Rekindles the Joy of Performance at Crooners

    There’s a new resurgence in live music as Minnesota continues to loosen and let go of covid regulations. Last night on The Belvedere stage at Crooners, Leslie Vincent set some warm, authentic reminders of the beauty of collaboration and the joy of performing. The sold out crowd witnessed a diversity of songs from jazz standards […] More

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    Author’s New Single “On An On” Can’t Be Let Go

    Minneapolis brothers Trevor and Cameron Bartlett formed Author with immediate success, performing all around the Twin Cities at notable venues like First Avenue/ 7th Street Entry and the late great Triple Rock Social Club. Joined by multi-instrumentalist Zach Zurn, the band has continued to develop and gain exposure with opening up for local darlings Motion […] More

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    5 Trademarks of a Jeremy Messersmith Show

    Almost two years have passed since Jeremy Messersmith has performed with a full band. Last night at The Hook and Ladder, a reunited band dusted off the rust to perform to a sold out audience. The show was filled with fan favorites all the way from his debut release in 2006 with “Novocain” to his […] More

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    Stevie Wonder Celebrates his Birthday at Crooners

    Just one day after his 71st birthday, Crooners pulled together an all-star cast of musicians to once again pay tribute to his storied career in music. In the newly remodeled MainStage with enhanced HVAC, raised ceilings, and protective plexiglass surrounding the stage, Stevie’s brilliance was quickly felt. Although quite a large room, the new aesthetics […] More

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    Orchid Eaton Tackles Life Through Machines with “Where All Ends Meet”

      Matt Leavitt (EMOT) and Brian Moen (Shouting Matches, Peter Wolf Crier, Laarks) embarked on their sophomore album Where All Ends Meet in separate spaces. Split by state borders, duo Orchid Eaton is their basement pop band that combines thrift store keyboards, Craigslist soundboards, secondhand tape machines, and a smorgasbord of analog equipment to create stories. […] More

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    One-On-One: Sarah Morris and Kimberly Brady

    Kimberly Brady understands the science behind the importance of music. As a psychologist she encourages people to use music in their healing. She teaches that just therapy and executive functioning only fosters the left side of your brain. Music and the arts engage the right side and incorporate interactive functions. When you have two sides […] More

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    One-On-One: Timisarocker and Jason Lardy

    From a day-to-day work experience, not much has changed for Jason Lardy. He runs a marketing company and although his clients have had concerns and questions, everybody has really stayed the course. The larger change has come from his side gig. Jason also runs a radio show at Macalester College, which due to covid, has […] More

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    One-On-One: Static Panic and Katy Durst

    Born and raised in South Dakota, Katy Durst moved to the Twin Cities on a whim. Ready for something new, she lived on Lake Calhoun for her first two and half years. This past May she bought a house and moved out of the uptown area. It was her recent new relationship that sparked her […] More

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    31 Interesting Facts About Michael Jackson

    Despite being gone for over a decade, Michael Jackson is still one of the most famous pop singers and entertainers of all time. Here are 31 facts about the King of Pop. 1. Birthdate Michael Jackson was born on August 29, 1958. 2. Dreams of Being SpidermanJackson dreamed of playing the role of Spiderman so […] More

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