Weekend Checklist: Tommy Stinson, No Bird Sing, Death Cab, MODSUN
In case the apocalypse doesn't happen this weekend, here's some stuff to check out!
Adam Svec (CD release) with Aby Wolf & Her Claws and Linnea Mohn
Weaks in the Waves.
21+, $7, 9:30 pm
Bryan Nichols Quintet (CD release) with JT Bates, James Buckley, Mike Lewis, Brandon Wozniak
Two nights of jazz.
Friday 5/20 & Saturday 5/21
18+, $12, 9 pm
No Bird Sing and Friends Improv.
Dakota Jazz Club
We're sure this is like no other improv that you've seen before. Featuring: Peter Pisano (Peter Wolf Crier), Plain Ol Bill (P.O.S.), Sean McPherson (Heiruspecs)
21+, $5, 11 pm
Nick Haas Trio (CD release)
You Gotta Get Out There.
AA, Free, 6 pm
Chosen Robot (CD release) with Jump Ship
This chosen robot has caused you to jump ship.
21+, $5, 9:30 pm
Death Cab for Cutie with Lonely Forest
Ben Gibbard has the code and key to posess every emo girl's heart. Kudos to those lucky enough to score tickets to this sold-out show.
18+, $32, 6 pm
MODSUN with Good Problems, The Tribe & Big Cats, B Rolla
MODSUN may not have received the coveted Rolling Stone cover, but he's still a star.
AA, $12, 5 pm
Usher with Akon
We've had "Yeah" stuck in our heads since 2004.
AA, $30-$100, 6:30 pm
The Teddy Holidays with Absolute Gruv, Sexy Delicious
The Tiffany Sports Lounge
Self-deprecating good music.
21+, $6, 9 pm
Paula Lammers (CD release)
Heartfelt conviction, clear diction.
21+, $10, 7 pm
Dawes In-store Performance
Limited to the first 300 people who pre-order the CD or LP.
AA, Free, 1pm
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