The new compilation album "#MeTooMpls" explores the movement through the songs of 17 Minnesota singers. All of them have stories.
The ex-Minneapolitan's burning rager "Blue Hearts" will be followed Oct. 23 with a massive 24-CD box set.
The super-deluxe reissue of "Sign o' the Times" shows the masterwork still holds up — and then some.
"How Many Breaths?" will premiere online Sunday.
Nachito Herrera Friday: To celebrate his recovery from a near-death experience with COVID-19, piano master Herrera will livestream a concert from his White Bear Lake…
Alicia Keys, “Alicia” (RCA) Alicia Keys has plenty of kindly, uplifting advice on her seventh studio album. “Once you free your mind/ There is…
A dozen choice rarities in the reissue.
The once-a-decade paint job on the rock club's iconic facade was otherwise scaled back.
MPR President Duchesne Drew said editors decided a story about sexual misconduct allegations against a Current DJ was "not ready to run because it does not meet our journalistic standards" and they were blindsided by reporter Marianne Combs' resignation.
From specialized masks to band practice in the gym, music programs adapt
On free-form KQRS, he introduced Twin Cities music lovers to Joni Mitchell, Bonnie Raitt, Steely Dan and Shawn Phillips.
6 cool things in music this week include Dave Grohl, Beastie Boys, Mickey Guyton, Tom Morello and Taylor Swift
Pick Six is a half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view. Bob Pickering of Eagan: 1 Dave Grohl video. There have…
POP/ROCK Bright Eyes, “Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was” (Dead Oceans) Considering Conor Oberst’s history as a poetically gifted sad boy…
Patricia Lacy Saturday: She toured with the great soul crooner Luther Vandross for years. She’s sung with the Sounds of Blackness for even more years.…
Minnesota's "Closing Time" hitmakers Semisonic release new music 19 years later but somehow right on time.
Hear two new tracks off the Minneapolis rocker's debut LP as Lupin.
She's playing an online concert for the Smithsonian, while a British label is reissuing her landmark 1996 album with mentor Lin Shicheng.
It was the first time a name surfaced in connection with the controversy, which began with a reporter's resignation over an unaired story alleging sexual misconduct.
The orchestra is the first from the United States to play South Africa's biggest stages.
6 cool things in music this week include Glen Hansard, Van Morrison, The War and Treaty and Cory Wong with Dave Koz
Pick Six is a half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view. Bonnie Dickel Hoffman of Golden Valley: 1 Holtze family, Star…