Photos by Nikki MillerZZ Top August 11, 2011 Mystic Lake Casino "Can we play some bluuuues for you tonight?" growls Billy Gibbons, his lanky body adorned in a sparkly black Nudie suit, Dusty Hill to his right, similarly adorned, and Frank Beard behind them both on a skull-decorated, double- ... More >>
No jokeA year ago, Steve Moore went viral. A video of his band, Rick K. & The Allnighters, had lain dormant on YouTube for years before an enterprising joker retitled it "this drummer is at the wrong gig." As of this writing, the video has been viewed 10,685,489 times. Shortly after the v ... More >>
Written by Zach Zins of Chooglin'Arriving in ParisTours begin in a haze. There are the stresses of planning, packing, and leaving work; there's the sadness of leaving your spouses, lovers, friends, and family behind; and all is cut with the excitement of seeing new places and playing for new fa ... More >>
Photo by Nikki MillerBrooks & Dunn at Xcel Energy Center Dear Brooks & Dunn, (Well, mostly Ronnie Dunn.) I'm sorry I said all those nasty things about you.
Note: You can see Rick K. & The Allnighters performing from today through Sunday at Grand Casino Hinckley. More information can be found at the band's website, and on Steve Moore's website.The video of a shiny-jacketed cover band playing ZZ Top's "Sharp Dressed Man" at an outdoor pavilion in Te ... More >>
The Vikings choke last night means that a 74-year-old farmer from Welch will keep his vow and probably die with a beard.
Concert attendees are in for some extended jams this evening.
Macalester College Springfest lineup announced, Aerosmith and ZZ Top to play Xcel & Prince loves him om Selma Hayek.
Polyglot guitarist (and former Bar Mitzvah session man) Tim Sparks pulls a chair up to the rebbe's table
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Trans Am crosses the sentiments of a low-budget skin film with the sound of Rush processed through an Atari 2600
Local TV news groupies, hormone-charged Midway mavens, and that old fall feeling
A documentary show at the Minnesota Historical Society captures the state of the state, one second at a time
With a new lineup and reissued back catalog, the last great punk band of the '80s gets lost on the freeway again