Andrew Bird serenaded a full house at First Avenue on Thursday night backed by Minneapolitan musicians Martin Dosh, Jeremy Ylvisaker & Michael Lewis. PHOTOS BY STACY SCHWARTZ on December 2, 2010. Read the review here.
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Queens, New York's Freelance Whales enchanted a nearly sold-out crowd at the 7th St. Entry on Wednesday. Brooklyn's Miniature Tigers opened. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on December 1, 2010. Read the review here.
For their first show back in Minneapolis in almost a decade, old school indie rockers Superchunk played an energetic set to a crowd of fans who had waited years to relive the good times. Times New Viking opened. PHOTOS BY ALEXA JONES on December 1, 2010. Read the review here.
Naomi Judd and Wynonna Judd together again! The Judds reunited for "The Last Encore" tour and arrived at Mystic Lake Casino in Shakopee on Monday night to put on a show for the fans. PHOTOS BY STEVE COHEN on November 30, 2010.
November was a huge month for music in the Twin Cities, with shows by touring acts like Nick Cave's Grinderman, the legendary Mavis Staples, a tribute to local gods The Replacements, and a CD-release show by hometown heroes Cloud Cult. PHOTOS BY CP STAFF, November 2010.
Between August 8th and August 12th, Insane Clown Posse's Gathering of the Juggalos took over Cave-in-Rock, Illinois. What ensued? Oh, just wrestling, strippers, clown rap, MMA, roller skate tug-of-war, pyrotechnics, amusement park rides, make-up, and Faygo -- lots and lots of Faygo. Relive the...
Doomtree is on their first all-crew cross-county tour, Wings + Teeth. City Pages caught up with them at soundcheck and at their sold out show at Brooklyn's own Knitting Factory. More than a dozen Twin Citians were spotted throughout the evening, showing NY how we get down. PHOTOS BY B FRE...
Daniel Lanois concludes the tour with his latest project, Black Dub at the Cedar Cultural Center Wednesday night featuring legendary jazz drummer Brian Blade, bassist Jim Wilson, and young soul & blues singer Trixie Whitley, mixing songs from their debut recording with others from Lanois's solo...
Perth, Australia's psych-rock geniuses Tame Impala brought their blissed-out melodies to a very sold-out crowd at the 7th St. Entry on Saturday night. Stardeath and White Dwarfs and Kuroma opened. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on November 27, 2010.