There's a serious side to the comics-loving rapper who tops the Best New Bands showcase.
The Pink Floyd co-founder will perform on an in-the-round stage for what promises to be a topical tour.
The big gigs for Jan. 24-30, also including Mandolin Orange, Wesley Stace's John Wesley Harding, Badi Assad, Malamanya, Phish's Mike Gordon and album release parties by Stolyette and Barbaro.
Klondike Kate Cabaret Strutting about in their finest saloon-style frocks, the newly sashed Klondike Kate, Shelley Pabst of South St. Paul, and her squad…
Friday's lineup ranges from teen punk duo Loki's Folly and young bedroom rapper FruitPunchLoverBoy to the more seasoned fuzz-rock quartet Green/Blue.
HIP-HopEminem, "Darkness" (Interscope)Eminem had an unexpected gift for fans last Friday — and a stark new video that's sure to spark heated debate.The Detroit…
Recovering from injury, Joey Kramer reluctantly but respectfully accepts the court's decision about this weekend's high-profile appearances.
The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper" inspires a new dance work reuniting former Bad Plus pianist Ethan Iverson with mentor Mark Morris.
The 31-year-old ex-Minneapolitan opened up a little more about the romantic split that informed many of the songs on last year's album "Cuz I Love You."
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Hall of Fame band made Joey Kramer "audition" for his own job after he suffered a shoulder injury.
H&O are bringing Squeeze, while Nickelback is marking the 15th anniversary of its biggest album.
Minneapolis so far has the only stadium show announced in the Texas twanger's gradual return to the road.
Legal settlements likely in wrongful-death suits.
REVIEW: Simone Young covered all the bases in pieces from Ravel, Mahler and Debussy.
SPCO goes NorthThe Capri Theater in north Minneapolis has been hosting St. Paul Chamber Orchestra events for 10 years, with chamber music recitals and family…
Headliners should play for well over an hour — but it all depends on audience expectations.
The Grammy-nominated newcomer impressed in her Twin Cities debut.
6 cool things in music this week including Neil Peart, Billie Eilish, Paisley Park Cinema and Keith Richards
A half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view. Barry Rubin of Minneapolis: 1 RIP, Neil Peart. Another legend gone. He was…
The soul-rock duo is up for a best new artist Grammy but hardly inexperienced (see: Prince).
Twin Cities concerts of the week: North Mississippi Allstars, Your Smith, Crystal Method, Dolly Parton tribute
The big gigs for Jan. 17-23, also including Jordan Davis, the Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio, Marielle Allschwang and Ron Pope.