John Scofield TrioThe Dakota, MinneapolisTuesday, September 18, 2012John Scofield opened his late-night Tuesday set at the Dakota with an original tune called "Final Blues," vowing to the crowd afterward that it was the last time they'd hear him make the guitar cry as if his woman just left him and ... More >>
Pat Metheny Unity BandThe Dakota, downtown MinneapolisLate night set, Tuesday, September 4The last couple times he's been in town, jazz master Pat Matheny has played Orchestra Hall. So it was a real treat to see him in the cozier confines of the Dakota playing with his first sax-centric combo in 30 ... More >>
Photo by Nikki MillerBedlam/PBR Blowout September 3, 2010 Bedlam Theater Duhn duhn-duhn-duhn duhn duhn-duhn duhn-duhn duhn-duhn. On Friday night last, the funeral march tolled for the Bedlam Theatre, if only temporarily. On one of its final nights before fulfilling its order to vacate, Pab ... More >>
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