Musicians and fans filled the West Bank punk haven as it ended its 19-year run.
The countryman channels a hero and a rough year on his new EP. Also: Joey Van Phillips steps out front.
Glenn Frey's son Deacon and Nashville stalwart Vince Gill will round out the new Eagles lineup.
The big gigs for Nov. 24-30, also including Melissa Manchester, Thomas Rhett and a memorial for American Head Charge bassist.
R&B Chris Brown, “Heartbreak on a Full Moon” (RCA Records) Chris Brown is too much. Quite literally, across the expanse of his two-CD, 45-song,…
Monday's sold-out concert lasted just over an hour and included a half-dozen tunes by his old band.
3 chances at DavinaLocal music lovers have probably heard of Davina and the Vagabonds. Maybe you even know a little about their recipe for blues,…
REVIEW: Annie Clark brought innovative visuals and solid pop songs to the Palace.
REVIEW: Already a familiar presence locally, Jeff Tweedy's band opened up over three momentous nights at St. Paul's new music hub.
Harp with electronicsFor the past four years harpist Milana Zarić has been collaborating with Richard Barrett, who specializes in the creation of electronically synthesized music.…
Radio star Chris Hawkey on his lifelong struggles with depression: "I'm a broken individual just like so many other people out there."
Justin Vernon's hometown camp-out put advance tickets on sale for its July 6-7 run, but the lineup is still TBA.
In just four days, Taylor Swift's new album has sold more traditional albums than any other release this year.
Before Hammertime and "Ice Ice Baby," there was an MC named Sha-Rock. As part of the Funky 4 + 1, she rapped at park jams,…
The big gigs for Nov. 17-23, also including Ike Reilly, Noname and Tower of Power.
POP/ROCK Taylor Swift, “Reputation” (Big Machine) Taylor Swift is known for the kiss-off, the eerily intimate way she dismantles those who have wronged her.…
Offshoot quartet Shredders dropped an LP ahead of the crew's first local show of 2018.
The locally beloved Chicago rockers offered a little bit of everything to kick off their final three-night run of the year.
The relatively forgotten mid-'80s group recorded for Blackberry Way Records, whose founder landed them on the hit TV show.
The Twin Cities pop/rock strummer will perform four unique shows with different themes and openers every Wednesday night.