Cole Premo has been a web producer at WCCO since 2009. He joined WCCO as an Emma L. Bowen mentorship student in the summer of 2005. After four summers of working hard and learning an amazing amount about how TV news works, Cole was hired full-time.
Cole went to the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) where he graduated with an English literature and New Media studies degree.
Cole’s passion — other than journalism — is music. He plays lead guitar and lead vocals in his solo band. So, it only makes sense that he now interviews musicians of various levels of success who are playing shows in Minnesota.
Rock, jazz and holiday concerts: this weeks 4 Shows To See has it all. Check them out below!
From an album release show on “Drinksgiving” to a tribute show for a legendary Twin Cities band, here are the four shows to see this Thanksgiving week!
Ryan Fuchs is not scared of getting a little heat for (slightly) nudging his customers to try different craft brew styles.
From two release shows from up-and-coming artists to a couple concerts that each benefit creative children, here are the four shows to see this weekend!
From a couple album release parties to a music lineup catering toward … gasp! … zombies, here are the four music events to check out this weekend.
“If your wife tells you to buy a building and cut a hole in the floor, you buy a building and cut the hole in the floor!” Those are words from Wicked Wort Brewing’s owner, Steve Carlyle, and they’re true. It really happened.
Breweries nowadays are increasingly becoming the neighborhood joints of old and tailored specifically for that function: to serve its nearby community. Two hours north of the Twin Cities in Baxter, a city with a population not quite 10,000, Jack Pine Brewery does exactly that.
After just two years of operations, Fair State Brewing Cooperative made a big announcement to its member-owners Tuesday night: the brewery will be expanding this fall.
Snuggled right in the heart of Nordeast, on the northeast corner of the Broadway and Central intersection, lies the craft brewery and taproom 612Brew.
Minneapolis is the place to be this weekend for local music! We’ve got a couple album releases and two awesome block parties. Check them out below.
From a couple awesome album releases to a benefit concert for Philando Castile, here are the four shows to see for this weekend!
This week’s “4 Shows To See” features a bunch of album/EP releases, along with a group of musicians who will be fundraising for the benefit of the family of Philando Castile.
Next month’s fifth annual All Pints North Summer Beer Fest in Duluth will feature local acts 4onthefloor and Viva Knieval, organizers announced Thursday.
The origins of this brewery/taproom all began with a familiar brand out of Minnetonka, Lucid Brewing Company. The name “Lucid”, however, is no more.
From an outside reggae party Thursday night to a major independent hip hop festival at the state fairgrounds on Sunday, here are the four shows and events to see this weekend!
This week, Tap Talk is featuring Eastlake Craft Brewing. Check out the interview with owner and headbrewer Ryan Pitman.
From a jazz event celebrating women to a traditional symphony orchestra concert, this week’s “4 Shows To See” has what you need for Mother’s Day-related shows.
Even though Minnesota is indeed the “Land Of 10,000 Lakes”, there are still far too few breweries that you can literally drive a boat up to and enjoy a beer. Now, you can do just that on Lake Minnetonka in Wayzata.
From a double album release (from the same band!) at the Cedar Cultural Center to an exciting debut EP release at the Icehouse, here are the four shows to see this weekend.
Bauhaus Brew Labs is making a name for itself not only for its brews, but for its unique promotional tactics.
Harlem soul crooner and Midwest native Caleb Hawley is bringing his tour back to this great land Friday — specifically Icehouse in Minneapolis. So, of course, Local Music Tap wanted to catch up with him on the road and see what’s up.
The lineup for the Midwest Music Showcase at Target Field has been announced – and it contains a healthy amount of prominent local acts.
More than three years after the release of their successful 2012 debut album, Colored Emotions, Night Moves is back at it again.
The lineup for Rock the Garden is out! Well, most of it at least.
With 10 years of music under its belt and two of its members recently becoming new fathers, Mutemath is certainly a band experiencing a state of significant change. And that’s what the new album, “Vitals”, is all about: a way of showcasing that change, that moment in time.