One small Minneapolis company plays a big role in getting vinyl to stores worldwide.
The satellite shop near the east rotunda will fill in while the real Paisley Park is closed due to COVID restrictions.
Curtiss A will lead a scaled-back version of his 41st annual show without an audience Dec. 8.
Local DJ and web series host Ali Elabbady contributes his picks along with our critic.
'The Hip Hop Nutcracker'Friday: You can still experience this annual Ordway tradition as a livestream, or later on demand. Filmed at the New Jersey Performing…
The move comes two weeks after the nonprofit canceled a performance after someone directly involved with the livestream tested positive for the virus.
BTS, "Be" (Big Hit Entertainment)February seems like an unfathomable lifetime ago. That's when BTS' "Map of the Soul: 7" — which trails only Taylor…
The Minneapolitan-fronted band Big Thief and semi-local Bon Iver are also up for trophies in the Jan. 31 ceremony.
REVIEW: Beethoven capped a joyful livestream by Minnesota Orchestra.
The fictional fast-food joint from Smith's "Clerks" movies will sell takeout only Dec. 12-18.
Minnesota music mainstay Mason Jennings and Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard launch their new band Painted Shield with 1,700 miles of social distancing.
After a one-year absence that was planned before the pandemic — and despite the lingering uncertainty of the pandemic — We Fest will…
6 cool things in music this week include Bruce Springsteen, Lucinda Williams, Black country singers and Chris Stapleton
Pick Six is a half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view. Steve Bonfig of Maplewood:1 Trevor Noah's interview with Bruce Springsteen on…
The late Twin Cities music legend's trove of memorabilia was put up for auction last week.
Minnesota musicians have planned streamed performances and some treats.
With his new album, the country megastar offers comfort food during the pandemic.
Minneapolis guitar hero Leo Kottke is missing his 40th annual Thanksgiving concert, but celebrating his first album in 15 years.
POP/ROCKAC/DC, "Power Up" (Columbia)This isn't the first time AC/DC has successfully recharged itself. In 1980, the Australian hard-rock band drafted Brian Johnson to replace…
Inexpensive and easy to play, the ukulele is the go-to instrument of the pandemic.
The song is expected on the first album starring the hit-making Minneapolis producer-songwriters as recording artists.