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    Styx Still Rockin’ At Mystic Lake Casino

    Styx brought their Still Rockin’ Tour to Mystic Lake Saturday Night, and rockin’ is what they did for nearly two hours for the sold-out show. Styx brought a diverse medley of music that included a few minor songs, several hit songs, a banjo, and a hit song from 1983 that the band hardly ever played […] More

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    311 Fans Hit the Jackpot at Mystic Lake Showroom

    On a cloudy Sunday night, I found myself at Mystic Lake Showroom, and I was instantly impressed by the quality of the venue and architecture. The building itself was very impressive, giving me optimism for the show to come. The band 311 was set to take the stage at 8 p.m. However, many arrived early […] More

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    Drive-By Truckers Make a Mountain Out of a Ski Hill

    Let’s be honest, if you don’t know who the Drive-By Truckers are, it might be because their cult-like following doesn’t want you to know; it’s a secret they do not want to let out. Traveling friends from all around the country follow these guys on tour, as evidenced by last night’s front row packed with […] More

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    Greta Van Fleet Performs to Excess at the X

    Walking into The Xcel Energy Center for Greta Van Fleet‘s Starcatcher Tour brought 13,000 fans back in time, with the multi-generational crowd members donning anywhere from normal everyday outfits to hippie outfits, bellbottom jeans, jumpsuits, and love beads. The only throwback item missing was Mary Jane permeating the air, although this didn’t stop lead singer […] More

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    Lakefront Music Festival 2023: All About the History

    The fourteenth edition of the Lakefront Music Festival has come and gone. The two-day festival featuring a rock and country night could not have felt more different, and not just because of the style of music. Night one featured Southern Rockers Black Stone Cherry along with two Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Bands, REO […] More

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    Bryan Adams Invades the Xcel Energy Center

    The Bryan Adams So Happy It Hurts show started in darkness, with the voice of John Cleese telling the crowd of about 7,000 that “man fell into a black hole of making bad music” and that “there is no rock music.” The recording described an angel being sent as the world fell silent, awaiting that […] More

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    The Big Wu Plays Show for Northfield Nonprofit

    On a cloudy evening in Northfield, a small crowd gathered inside The Grand Event Center. With potential rain in the forecast, everyone was pleased to hunker down and watch The Big Wu perform a hometown show. “The Wu” found its beginnings in the small historic town of Northfield in 1992 and went on to see […] More

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    40 Years of Night Ranger Stops at Canterbury Park

    California rock group Night Ranger stopped by Canterbury Park Friday evening. No horse racing tonight, just some good old classic rock and roll.  Night Ranger is celebrating the 40th anniversary of their debut album Dawn Patrol, released on Nov 1, 1982. In the decades since, they have released 12 more studio albums along with several live […] More

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