The Emmy-winning star was in a nostalgic mood during a set in Hugo, Minn.
Two years in the making, the project will continue with a new boss to be announced soon.
The Rock Hall of Fame guitarist-songwriter appeared at Saturday's Lowertown Guitar Festival.
The 'Prairie Home' mini-tour will kick off in Minneapolis.
Finnish pianist Juho Pohjonen will replace him as the featured soloist for the Sept. 19, 20 and 21 shows.
The Tony-winning musical has announced a national tour that includes a Twin Cities stop in 2020 or 2021.
Lately, the Twin Cities theater scene has been a hotbed of new work.
The area premiere of the Broadway concept features A-list actors such as Sally Wingert and Michelle Barber and benefits the University of Minnesota Duluth.
The former WCCO sportscaster will be doing three new programs with the Minnesota football team.
Leadership team will be tasked with the opera's move to a new home in St. Paul.
The former leader of The Time shines in a parody of 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.'
The morning weatherman will be leaving the Twin Cities later this month.
"Emancipation" and "Chaos and Disorder" will hit vinyl for the first time, and the collectible "Versace Experience" is getting a proper release.
After collaborating on "Singles" movie, the two talked about Crowe's new musical version of "Almost Famous."
Her installment of the popular NPR Music series lands as "Truth Hurts" moves up on the Billboard singles chart.
The Chicago hip-hop star issued his new album with short notice and big fanfare Friday.
The Ordway will play host to a (presumably) pre-Broadway run of hot, all-female musical, "Six," this holiday season.
Minneapolis troupe spotlights southern Minnesota homelessness, taking "A Prairie Homeless Companion" to four towns.
The former Fox 9 anchor takes over as board chair at the Minnesota Museum of American Art as it brings on a new curator and ramps up its renovation.
Minneapolis Musical Theatre announced its three-show season, including an adaptation of "Daddy Long Legs" at the James J. Hill House.