Much like the aging scenesters who reminisce about the great Minneapolis heyday of the '80s, Mason Jennings's longtime fans have never really gotten over the days when he was first finding his voice, playing coffee shops, selling records out of his van, and holding down house gigs at places like the 400 Bar. Those early days were memorable—each show drew bigger and bigger crowds, and it was easy to see that Jennings's star was quickly rising—and the vibe of his early shows and albums was one of giddy anticipation, experimentation, and pure... More >>>