St. Paul's Historic Palace Theatre Reopens With First Avenue's HelpThe Palace Theatre, which opened as a vaudeville house in 1916, will open to music fans.for the first time in 40 years.
Lionel Richie, Mariah Carey Cancel 'X' ShowHello? Is it a refund you're looking for? Lionel Richie and Mariah Carey will not be visiting St. Paul later this month as planned.
St. Paul Students To Face Off With Beyoncé For NAACP Image AwardWhen the 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards are announced next month, some Twin Cities teenagers will be in the audience.
Minnesotan To Meet: John HermansonBy day, John Hermanson's music and sound from Egg Music in Minneapolis can be heard in commercials.
Minnesota's Mint Condition On Prince's Enduring InfluenceMinnesota's own Mint Condition will take the stage Thursday and perform songs that have Prince's imprint all over them.
Finding Minnesota: Obligato Violin ShopBob Gatts's farm in Cushing is where livestock, vegetables and violins all cross paths, drawing both musicians and curious passerbys to his homestead.
Wander Minnesota: Touring Paisley ParkPaisley Park opened (briefly) as a museum Thursday. If you have the opportunity to go -- do it.
MNfusion: Duluth Pack Creates Custom Duffel For Blake SheltonFollowing in the footsteps of his partner Gwen Stefani, country singer and "The Voice" star Blake Shelton will be stopping at St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center as part of his latest tour.
Private Memorial Service For Prince Held At Paisley ParkPrince's family and friends came together Saturday afternoon for a memorial service in Chanhassen -- four months after his death.
The Revolution Add 3rd Show At First AvenueThe Revolution, formerly known as Prince's band, are expanding their forthcoming stint at the club that helped make them all worldwide celebrities.
Twin Cities Gospel Artists Unite To Counter Gun ViolenceThe shooting of 2-year-old Le'Vonte Jones has sparked members of the gospel music scene to raise their voices to help.
Prince's 'The Revolution' To Play 2 First Avenue GigsThe band that helped catapult Prince to international superstardom is reuniting in his memory. The Revolution, which backed up Prince in the 1980s, will play two shows Sept. 2-3 at First Avenue.