Dakota Jazz Club
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It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time to set into stone your plans for an entertaining weekend. This week’s suggestions from Jason Matheson include jazz for adults and a new ride for the kids.
A Metro Transit bus went out of control Friday morning, driving up on the sidewalk of a downtown Minneapolis block and causing major damage. The accident happened at about 10:10 a.m. between 10th Street and 11th Street on the Nicollet Mall.
We are starting a new series on the WCCO This Morning show about Minnesota women who rock. We know all Minnesota women rock, but we are featuring the women on stage who lead with their voices and musical talents. We start with Davina from “Davina and the Vagabonds.”
A famed jazz club in St. Paul that has been closed for months is set to reopen, and it may be under the auspices of another esteemed Twin Cities jazz establishment. If the deal goes through, the Dakota Jazz Club will take over the space which formerly housed by the Artists’ Quarter in downtown St. Paul.
Twin Cities-based, small town-raised Michael Shynes will be releasing his second full-length album with a performance at the Dakota Jazz Club Friday night.
This week we’ve been gearing up for the holidays by unwrapping some of our gift ideas. Tuesday on the WCCO This Morning show, we “unwrapped” a local artist. Robert Robinson and his new CD could make a great stocking stuffer. His message promotes holiday peace and happiness.
Free musical performances (and other attractions) are taking to Nicollet Mall this weekend as a part of the Dakota Street Festival.
Old-school funk and soul of the Twin Cities will be alive and well this weekend at the Dakota Jazz Club.
Hot off the heels of Prince’s multi-evening stand at the Dakota Jazz Club, and fresh from the announcement that Prince will be honored with the Billboard Music Awards Icon Award, Prince now has a new website and a new song.
Prince announced another show for fans in downtown Minneapolis at the Dakota Jazz Club
Minnesota native Prince was back jamming in Minneapolis Wednesday night.
If you want to catch an intimate and informal concert with Prince at the Dakota this week, it’s going to cost you more than 200 balloons. Closer to $200, actually.
It seems like a simple enough inquiry — how would you describe your sound? But for the six-member acoustic group, Mountain Heart, the answer is not exactly cut and dry.
During the tail end of last night’s snowstorm while many were tucked away in their houses, another group of people gathered on the 50th floor of the IDS Center for Minneapolis St. Paul magazine’s Best of the Best party.