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John Zorn @ 60 Program II: Masada Walker Art Center, MinneapolisSaturday, April 6, 2013 In a black T-shirt and his trademark camouflage pants with traditional hasidic tzitzit hanging down at each side, John Zorn expeditiously commanded the stage for the second of three sold-out performances of his ... More >>
Hidden behind the heavy rhythms and fierce collection of percussive embellishments, Glenn Kotche is most well-known as the guy on the drum stool for the band Wilco. Bringing the role of modern day rock drummer to new esteemed heights he has also collaborated with So Percussion, Kronos Quartet and On ... More >>
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