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Rumours and Dreams: The Music of Fleetwood Mac

Friday-Saturday: It's Stevie and Lindsey and Christine. OK, it's really Pamela McNeill, Jeff Engholm and Mary Jane Alm saluting Fleetwood Mac. For the return of live music performances allowed under the governor's latest order, Chanhassen Dinner Theatres has tapped one of its most popular tribute shows, Rumours and Dreams. McNeill trots out a top hat and Stevie-like shawls while Engholm turns over the Buckingham-esque guitar duties to Jay Graf and Luke Kramer. No TikTok videos are involved in this tribute. (8 p.m. Fri.-Sat. Chanhassen Dinner Theatres. $40,

Jon Bream


Saturday: Live music is back on the menu at the Minnesota Music Cafe, the East Side's mainstay music venue, and the group with the slogan "the Westside party don't stop" is one of the first acts to start it up again. The veteran R&B/pop cover band seen on "Star Search" in 1986 is marking its 40th anniversary this year without co-founder Junior Trejo but with longtime singer Tony Green and the same dancefloor-driven workman sensibility. They're performing with limited capacity under Minnesota's COVID-19 guidelines. Party at your own risk. (7 p.m. Sat. Minnesota Music Cafe, 499 Payne Av., St. Paul. $15, reservations requested at 651-776-4699.)


Jawaahir Dance Company

Saturday: Dancers from Jawaahir will heat up your January with the latest installment of the virtual series "Cassandra's Cabaret," where performers reach you from their dance studio to your screen. The latest edition, "Winter Wonderland, " is a virtual performance of theatrical dances drawn from the traditions of the Arabic-speaking world. Artistic Director Cassandra Shore, who since founding the troupe in 1989 has worked to blend traditional and contemporary Middle Eastern dance forms, will be joined by four other dancers. (6 p.m. Sat. on Zoom. $20 per household,

Sheila Regan

MNspin Virtual Fest

Thursday & Jan. 28: To promote Hennepin County Library's great MNspin program — offering Minnesota music free for download or streaming via — the Hook & Ladder is livestreaming a two-part festival over the next two Thursdays. The first installment (Jan. 21) will feature prolific rap do-gooder Nur-D, Duluth folk-rock faves Superior Siren and Minneapolis goth upstarts Wax Lead alongside videos by other homegrown acts. Week 2 (Jan. 28) will see high-energy rockers Kiss the Tiger, transgender rock pioneer Venus DeMars and fun multi­cultural rapper Fanaka Nation. (7 p.m. Thu. Free, or