So it's starting to actually feel like June! It's just in time because there's TONS of outdoor events to be had. Saturday marks the 10 Thousand Sounds Festival featuring the Walkmen, Free Energy, Greg Grease, Strange Names and more. Sunday Uptown celebrates the recent nice weather with music from&nb ... More >>
The good folks at Bayport BBQ have offered up the lineup for the sixth annual Deep Blues Festival. As expected, this is a grouping of some of the rawest blues and folk players around gathered at Bayport's scenic location next to the St. Croix River.Last year's running of the Deep Blues Festival birt ... More >>
Deep blues comes to life on this raw, live cut featuring seven bands
By Rick MasonJust off the main drag in an unassuming Minnesota river town is an outpost of the deep South and an underground musical phenomenon whose ripples extend far across the globe. Bayport, on the St. Croix just south of Stillwater, may be home to a state prison and a massive windows factory, ... More >>
I think Rebecca Black sums up Kill-Me Kare Bare's music best with her world-famous quote, "Fun, fun, fun." The band even made a video promoting their album release, Just For Fun (hey, it's also in the title of their album) at Cause parodying Ms. Black's video. While many new artists ... More >>
There is a lot going on this Memorial Day weekend in the Twin Cities, with an extra day off to chill out in your backyard in what finally feels like spring and summer.
Bayport transitions from morels to bbq...The Bayport is back--in a much different form. The upscale Bayport Cookery, known for its multi-course morel dinners, among other things, is now Bayport BBQ, offering Texas-style 'cue and live blues. The restaurant opened last Sunday and the Pioneer Pr ... More >>
The January festival will feature two days of live music and documentary screenings.
The eclectic festival brought in fans and musicians from all over the world.
As the Falling Angels breeze through en route to the southwest, the Strait A's gear up for their second to last show, like, ever.
Crack open our Twin Cities Local Music Yearbook and reminisce on an effed-up year
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