Minnesota Twins music director Dan Edwards works some Auto-Tuned Minnesotans into the mix
With the criticism of the new Minnesota Twins music director Dan Edwards reaching a deafening roar on social media networks, it sounds like Edwards finally took note of some of the feedback that's been flung his way.
Last night, as hail pelted down on the attendees at Target Field, Edwards mixed into two local songs: Owl City's smash hit "Fireflies" and Quietdrive's cover of Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time," which the Star Tribune's Chris Riemenschneider points out are "the only two Minnesota recordings of the past decade to receive Top 40 radioplay."
It turns out you can't lead a horse to fresh water, but you can make it drink out of the closest end of its tepid trough.
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