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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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    Rebel Child Takes On “The City”

    Rebel Child was started many years ago as Cameron McDonald’s solo project. In the process of sharing some songs, looking for feedback from Adam Feuring, Cameron knew the music would benefit from adding more elements into the mix. Adam joined halfway through the writing of the Nightlife EP and everything just clicked. Adding drummer Jason […] More

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    Five Trademarks of a Lissie Show

    The Icehouse continued it’s surprise of Fall delights with 4 nights / 5 shows of Lissie. Kicking off the streak of socially distanced patio shows, Lissie has made the Twin Cities her musical hub since moving to Iowa in 2015. Although she’s done an online show at The Parkway back in August, playing live to […] More

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