Touring the Midwest this summer, the 29:11 choir found an unlikely partner in Minnesota Orchestra.
Big gigs for the week of July 20-26, also including Jerry Lee Lewis, Courtney Barnett and Raphael Saadiq.
Among Saturday’s many festivities, the Minnesota Orchestra will premiere an orchestral work called “Harmonia Ubuntu,” a tribute to the late South African leader Nelson Mandela…
When the dust finally settled on the Minnesota Orchestra’s groundbreaking tour of Cuba three years ago, President and CEO Kevin Smith had just a single,…
Review: Solos are a big highlight in a program featuring Aaron Copland's "Old American Songs."
The Pretenders sounded lean and potent, and their singer was in terrific voice and great spirits.
Treasure Island has debuted a bona fide concert amphitheater with 9,400 seats to compete with Mystic Lake's grassy setup. Here's our take on the competing venues.
Review: Title character shines especially bright in Mill City Summer Opera's production.
The rowdy, soulful Philly band is swinging back into to town for an in-store Monday afternoon following last month's buzzed-about set at Rock the Garden.
School's former president hopes a new arts center in St. Paul re-connects teachers and students for creative endeavors.
The venerable band is "having fun again," leading to another new album.
Pick Six is a half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view.
Taprooms provide a modern parallel for the composer's 18th-century coffeehouse concerts.
The big gigs for July 13-19, also including Moore By Four, the Pretenders, George Clinton, X Games Pre-Party more.
Roots, Rock & Deep Blues Fest Always one of the most musically rich and communally vibed block parties in town, the five-stage, 27-band, zero-waste affair…
New album reviews: Florence looks ahead with 'Hope'; sax man Charles Lloyd jams with Lucinda Williams
POP/ROCK Florence + the Machine, “High as Hope” (Republic Records) “High as Hope” could be seen as Florence Welch’s quarter-life crisis album. The Florence…
The Alabama R&B ensemble was led by Paul Janeway, a great showman and an even better singer.
Review: Brendon Urie showed off his Broadway-endorsed showman side in Minneapolis.
Review: The superstar appeared sober-suited and professional, with a riveting focus on the music.