"This record is really important to us," Corin Tucker said of her band's new album, "The Center Won't Hold," which nearly split them apart.
Buddy Holly is coming to town with Roy Orbison? Yes, rock 'n' roll holograms are here to stay.
Minneapolis songman Jack Klatt steps out as a stylish, old-school twanger with help from the Cactus Blossoms and Yep Roc Records.
REVIEW: Outpost puts together an eclectic show at Hook and Ladder.
SPCO's newest partnerRichard Egarr is one of the world's leading performers of baroque music, equally at home as a harpsichordist or conductor. His tenure as…
Premieres by emerging choreographers push MDT out of comfort zone.
Pick Six is a half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view.
Best of the Week (Oct. 13-20): Tegan and Sara, Trey Anastasio, Jim Dayton exhibit, TU Dance, Valleyscare, Sara Bareilles, more
Tegan and Sara’s ‘High School’ musical After eloquently and often wittily writing about growing up as identical-but-unique twins in their memoir “High School,” Canadian pop…
The campaign played the song at the president's Target Center appearance after it promised a year ago to stop playing Prince's music at rallies, the estate said.
The club pledged profits to Planned Parenthood.
REVIEW: Ultimately, Inon Barnatan emerged victorious in a gripping Brahms concerto.
The big gigs for Oct. 11-17, also including the Mavericks, Lucy Dacus, Tegan & Sara and Stiff Little Fingers.
It was invited to perform in Hanoi for the 25th anniversary of restored diplomatic relations. It also will play South Korea for the first time.
Chicago drum master Makaya McCraven premieres an ambitious new work at Walker Art Center next weekend.
POP/ROCK Wilco, “Ode to Joy” (dBpm) Wilco’s first studio album after a short hiatus isn’t so much a triumphal return as a small record…
8 a.m. FRIDAY Chastity Brown, Dec. 7 at the Parkway in Mpls. $29-$55. theparkwaytheater.com. … Tina Schlieske, Dec. 13 at the Parkway. $25-$30. 10 a.m.…
Ex-Minneapolitan hip-hop star returned with a No. 1 song, movie role and even more great expectations.
The wild, nonstop audience participation may have made the biggest difference in her first of two sold-out shows this time around.
As she returns for two big gigs, her former cohorts in the Twin Cities music scene take stock of her impact — locally, and now industrywide.
Across the street from Target Center, the club's two concerts and its restaurant the Depot Tavern will be impacted by traffic and protests that night.