Classically trained Agnes Obel hits Minnesota fresh off an unlikely run at the SXSW fest.
Some of the most popular block parties in town have begun announcing their 2017 lineups, starting with Hymie's Records' outdoor bash for Record Store Day.
The third installment of DJ Keezy's all-woman event includes Bdot Croc, Sarah White and Lady Midnight.
Pick Six: Praise for Todd Snider, Kristen Chenoweth, Zara Larsson, Judith Hill, Southside Johnny, more
Michael Myhra of St. Peter, Minn.: 1 Todd Snider, the Fitzgerald. The bad boy of Americana canceled some dates right before this St. Paul…
Long-awaited album to be released in June.
POP/ROCK Depeche Mode, “Spirit” (Columbia) It’s not like Depeche Mode hasn’t been political before. Back when the British band was winning over teenage hearts…
10 A.M. FRIDAY Florida Georgia Line, Backstreet Boys and Nelly, July 29 at Target Field in Mpls. $34-$354. … Pentatonix, Aug. 30 at State Fair…
Your guide to the Twin Cities' must-see shows.
Sib Hashian, the original drummer for the rock group Boston, has died. He was 67.
The music icon sat with journalist Bill Flanagan for a long Q&A posted on bobdylan.com
Schimke Trio updatePianist Peter Schimke was one of the steadfast musicians who elevated the level of play at St. Paul's old Artists' Quarter. Among his…
It was the first of two nights for Springsteen's buddy at the downtown Minneapolis club.
Austin's mega-sized festival is tamer nowadays, but no less a place to discover new artists.
First-timers share their experiences, and other postcards from Austin's mega-conference.
The Eagles co-founder will perform June 18 at the Xcel Energy Center.
A look at the Minnesota artists who traveled to Austin, Texas, to perform at the world's biggest music-biz convention.
The arty metal gods will make one of their only 15 tour stops in St. Paul, where they last played to 25,000 fans outside.
A selection of the SXSW's best new acts and new albums, plus breakout artists coming to Minnesota this spring.
“RIP. And peace and love Chuck Berry Mr. rock ‘n’ roll music.” Ringo Starr, former Beatle “Heart broken. … He was undisputably the king.” Slash,…
The mega-fest featured an outdoor concert and two panels in his memory Friday, when Garth Brooks pulled a Prince and played a surprise set.