Gimme Noise's most popular posts of 2013
From underrated hipster bars to "pretty reckless" musicians, 2013 was a big year for the music scene in Minnesota. Raise
your PBR a glass to the most-read posts on Gimme Noise from this year.
10. MTV debuts Minnesota music scene documentary MTV came to town and brought the national spotlight to some of our most-talented musicians.
9. Taylor Momsen: I grew up wanting to be Robert Plant and wanting to fuck Jimmy Page The Pretty Reckless frontwoman got candid with Gimme Noise.
Courtesy of Glenn Danzig
8. Glenn Danzig: Democrats are fascists disguised as liberals The Misfits legend gave us a piece of his mind before the 25th Anniversary of Danzig show at Myth.
7. Top 15 best underrated Twin Cities hipster bars The finest under-the-radar spots to get a drink (or a few) in the metro.
6. Prince, New Power Generation, and 3rdEyeGirl to play at Paisley Park This year, the hallowed gates of Paisley Park were opened to the public not once, but twice.
5. Miley Cyrus plays a twerking Michele Bachmann on SNL Enough said.
4. 10 Twin Cities music acts who deserve to be famous Our picks for some incredible local bands that are well-worth your attention.
2. Beyonce's Mrs. Carter world tour Soon after her electrifying Super Bowl performance, the announcement of Queen Bey's set the Twin Cities aflutter.
1. Danny Brown's Triple Rock show sparks unseemly oral sex controversy Danny Brown's April performance brought than anyone bargained for. His opener at the show, Kitty Pryde, weighed in on the controversy, and he later talked about the unfortunate situation again this fall.
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