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"Menopause is like my superpower," said the former Clams frontwoman, who's kicking up noise again with a new EP and all-star benefit Saturday for Afghan women.
REVIEW: The hard-blasting quintet's Palace Theatre gig in support of "Ultra Mono" was way overdue but not overhyped.
Each of the fun-loving groups has an album-release party at the Parkway Theater this month.
The tour-like clip arrived ahead of the 40th anniversary box set of the band's debut LP, "Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash."
"It's been a long dry spell," Poling noted as the Dec. 3-4 State Theatre concerts were announced Tuesday.
The annual radio concert once again falls on a Monday night, Dec. 6, at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
The late-'80s/early-'90s nostalgia fix will hit St. Paul on June 14.
The West London viral sensation, 20, is playing small clubs like 7th St. Entry on her first U.S. tour.
The Texas R&B singer talks about how George Floyd's murder and "living in the moment" inspired his third LP, "Gold-Diggers Sound."
The Duluth violinist, singer and composer was picked for the lesser-known darker tones of her music.