Band members grew up together in Hudson, Wis., and still live there, sharing the same big dream.
Twin Cities concerts of the week: Holiday shows by Low, Blenders and Sounds of Blackness plus Brother Ali & D4
The big gigs for Dec. 13-19, also including the Joy Formidable, Alexander O'Neal and 311.
Prince's 1984 semi-autobiographical breakthrough enters with a 2019 class that also includes "Platoon," "Coal Miner's Daughter" and "Boys Don't Cry."
Best of the Week (Dec. 15-22): 'Six,' Brother Ali, Sever's Holiday Lights, JD McPherson, Alexander O'Neal, more
The pop-star wives of Henry VIII “Six,” the electrifying girl-power musical, owes more to Beyoncé than Broadway, where it will open in February. Not unlike…
Jeff Lovich of St. Louis Park: 1 Maria Muldaur, the Dakota. Boy, did she cook with guitarist John Jorgenson. They took ’30s and ’40s Christmas…
An attorney for the concert venue called the conditions, including regular meetings with police, unconstitutional.
REVIEW: "Christmas With Cantus" blends story and song.
The death of Juice WRLD marks a tragic conclusion to the decade's most promising musical movement.
8 a.m. FRIDAY The Jolly Pops, Jan. 19 at Parkway. $10-$14. … Byrne and Kelly, May 19 at Parkway. $38-$60. 10 a.m. FRIDAY Atom String…
The Jan. 18 party at First Ave is scaled back from prior years' two-night lineups.
A Twin Cities choir brings new meanings to the Christmas tradition with a bilingual "Messiah."
"This may be the only body of music we have nationally that appeals to all the generations," says the jazz great, whose Big Band Holidays tour comes to Orchestra Hall on Friday.
POP/ROCK The Who, “Who” (Interscope) While frequently joining forces for tours and other projects, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey have released just two studio…
Her authenticity enables her work to live in different media and feel the same.
REVIEW: Cello is front and center in several pieces.
KDWB’s Jingle Ball can be viewed as an annual December parade of pop stars in one long teen-thrilling concert on a school night. Or…
Tickets to see the three-time Grammy winner go on sale Friday.
The Australian groovers sold out Surly Festival Field this past summer and will finally have a new album to promote next year.
The Kenya native previewed two untitled songs from the second album that he's recording now in Minnesota.
"Jagged Little Pill" rages on in the new musical.