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Even when the weather cools down, the Twin Cities music doesn't! Wednesday local rockers Usonia wrap up their residency at Cause while No Joy hits up the 7th Street Entry. Caroline Smith releases her latest record in the First Avenue Mainroom Friday. Saturday Ms Mr is welcomed by a sold-out show in ... More >>
Before Wednesday's Lyle Lovett show at the Minnesota Zoo's Weesner Family Amphitheater, the stage will be dedicated to the woman who made it a premiere concert destination. For almost 20 years, independent concert promoter Sue McLean nurtured Music in the Zoo into a diverse series that revamped the ... More >>
Ben Wendel has earned international success and awards as a performer, composer, producer and even conductor. He is a founding member of the Grammy-nominated jazz-rock group Kneebody in which he plays saxophone, and he is one of the very few well-known bassoonists outside of the classical realm -- a ... More >>
David HannersDavid Hanners sings for the doomed and the thoughtful"It's kind of a joke amongst my songwriter friends that I kill off a lot of characters in my songs," says David Hanners, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and folk singer. He produces his latest CD, "The Traveler's Burden," to ... More >>
A dozen autumns ago I moved to Minneapolis from South Dakota, and it was then that I learned how all'a ya can't shut up about one thing: The Halloween Blizzard of '91.
Motorcycle mogul faces the music
Plagiarizing paper gives City Pages major flashes of déjà vu
Yo La Tengo & Noisettes schedule TC dates, Sonic Youth hits the Current and First Ave. & Jeff Hanson.
Who is Nick Peterson, and why does his writing look so familiar? Oh wait, I know why. It's mine.
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Mavericks singer Raul Malo and indie eclectics Calexico team up on nuevo mariachi song for blotto girlfriend
In America's Sweethearts, stars play stars playing stars--and so what?
Notting Hill chuckles at our mere mortal desire to get up close and personal with the rich and famous
The two Robert Altmans get reacquainted in Cookie's Fortune
Now that Music Row has gone mainstream, an industry insider describes the nation's newest company town.