As we assembled this week's cover story, 89.3 the Current: An oral history, we quickly realized that one key piece of the radio station had a life of its own: Rock the Garden. The annual summer music festival started out in 1998 as a membership driver for the Walker Art Center, a kind of musical in ... More >>
This week marks several musical events in the Twin Cities. Duluth folk-bluegrass stars Trampled by Turtles celebrate ten years with three sold out shows (Wednesday - Friday) at First Avenue/7th Street Entry. Saturday, April 20 marks a very special occasion that is celebrated internationally, that's ... More >>
Photo by Nick VlcekBefore we get to the whole lineup portion of today's Rock the Garden announcement, here's a quandary: How many tickets do you think the Walker and the Current could sell to this shindig without disclosing a single band on the bill beforehand?
We caught up with Veirs in advance of tonight's show at the Cedar.
The indie "super-group" of M. Ward, Conor Oberst, Jim James, and Mike Mogis delighted with their cornucopia of sound.
Monsters of Folk, Os Mutantes & Lil Wayne announce upcoming TC dates.
Smoking like Dre, rioting against junior high, singing in the parking lot
My Morning Jacket's At Dawn sounds like a country of sadness