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    Maggie Rose: Take A Seat Tour Stops At The Entry

    Made it to the 7th Street Entry a little early, got a beverage of my choosing (Ginger Beer), and just like Maggie Rose, I took a seat, waiting for her show at this small, quaint, and cozy venue. I was surprised when we got a local artist to start the night. The original ticket said […] More

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    Allen Stone teaches a MasterClass on vocal performance

    Every subject has it’s expert. It would be hard to not designate Washington state native Allen Stone one of these pillars of expertise after his newest album Apart. An album stripping back many of his favorites, it showcases the root of what’s pushed Allen higher than many others, his voice. The Fine Line was witness […] More

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    A visit from Lissie; a poem

    ‘Twas two weeks before Christmas, when all through the Parkway Not an person was stirring, not even a Smouse; The stage was set with garland, ornaments, and miniature trees, In hopes that Lissie and special piano traveler Jo Dudderidge would soon perform; The audience were nestled inside, all snug from the snow falling outside, While […] More

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    The Greatest Music in the 80’s

    No other decade had a more metamorphic time in history than the 1980s, especially when it came to the music industry. Between a variety of genres popping up and becoming wildly popular to the desire to hold on to some of the past, music in this decade was vastly different than the ones prior. The […] More

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    5 Trademarks of a Kesha Show

    There’s gold at the end of every rainbow. After a busy weekend of huge shows in the Twin Cities, from Lizzo’s return, to two days at the Baslicia Block Party, to Phoebe Bridges at Surly, to Lissie playing sold out shows at the Parkway, the Armory finished with Kesha’s last show of her 2021 tour. […] More

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    Madi Diaz Releases an Emotionally Packed Album of Feelings

    History Of A Feeling, Madi Diaz’s debut album on ANTI-, conveys the story about a past relationship and the full spectrum of feelings of having something end. It also marks a new level for Madi Diaz as a songwriter and her ability to share such honest feelings of rage, confusion, despair, and introspection on what […] More

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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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