Nicole Atkins, in support of her new album Mondo Amore, warmed up a cool
Turf Club Tuesday night with her revamped backup band, The Black Sea -
featuring some stellar guitar playing from Irina Yalkowsky - and
openers, Cotton Jones. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON ON MARCH 1, 2011
Downtown Edina is quite a stretch from what American Spanish speakers might
call a barrio, but its residents are already flocking to the third outpost
of Ryan Burnet and Tim Rooney's tequila bar concept. The new Cocina del
Barrio adds the Spanish word for "kitchen" to its name to reflect...
Netta Johnson's game went dowsing for ghosts in the haunted tunnels under Errant Gear, a "fringe fashion" store off East Lake Street. Also included, some outtakes from our cover shoot.PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON.COVER STYLIST: NICOLE FAE. COVER MODEL: MARI LANAE.
Tyler Hansen's crew of St. Paul LARPers recently launched an assault on team of rogue vampires. A bloody good time was had by all. Also included, some outtakes from our cover shoot.PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON.COVER STYLIST: NICOLE FAE. COVER MODEL: MARI LANAE.
Real-Phonic 8th Commandment Revival at First Avenue featuring Trampled By Turtles, Erik Koskinen, Molly Maher, Dead Man Winter, Charlie Parr, Ashleigh Still, Mike Gunther and Jahskinens to Benefit Erik Koskinen. PHOTOS BY STEVE COHEN on Feb. 28, 2011
It may be a short month, but there was still plenty happening in the Twin Cities music scene in February. Local music venues played host to legends like Gang of Four, Kenny Rogers, Lucinda Williams and Motorhead. Meanwhile, club music was in full swing at regular events like Get Cryphy and...
The 5th Annual Skyway Open brought people of all ages and walks of life together to test their skills at mini-golf, have a good time, and to raise funds for the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities. The event was held February 24-26, 2011, and featured different courses constructed by...
Akron/Family got a flat tire on the way from Chicago forcing them to miss a radio show arrive at the Cedar about halfway through Delicate Steve's set. They made the best of a bad situation and still pulled out an energetic show, even without a soundcheck. PHOTOS BY KATHY EASTHAGEN on Feb. 26, 2011
Soviet Panda and guest headliner Ian Traas of the Sexbotz rocked First Avenue's Mainroom last night at Too Much Love. Despite the cold weather it was still a crazy packed danceateria. PHOTOS BY CODY LIDTKE
You didn't need to read the sign on the front of First Avenue last night to know that Tapes 'n Tapes were back in town.
The chants from the crowd before they took the stage were enough. Welcome home, guys. PHOTOS BY NICK WOSIKA on Feb. 25, 2011