Mill City Nights
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In the days when boy bands ruled the airwaves, throngs of screaming girls certainly had their options. Among them, a group of four “beefy” guys, focused on smooth harmonies and catchy pop hits quickly climbed the charts with their abilities to crank the heat.
“Champ Kind” from the Anchorman films, David Koechner talked with Dave Lee, listen to the unedited version by clicking the link above!
Actress Katey Sagal is coming to Minneapolis for a unique gig that mixes her latest show “Sons of Anarchy” with her other talent — singing.
Hot Water Music is back. The multi-talented, angst-filled punk rock band from Gainsville, Fla. recently announced that they will begin a two-month headline tour in January – their first in eight years.
Usher in 2013 by attending some of the hottest New Year’s bashes in Minnesota.
It seems almost strange to see a crowd packed around a nearly completely empty stage — with only two small platforms and zero instruments. But half-way into the first song, you realize, you don’t miss the band at all.
When Kevin Olusola posted a video on YouTube celloboxing (beat-boxing while playing the cello), it got thousands of views and instantly went viral. Among the people who saw the video was a three-person a capella group in Arlington, Texas.
It’s been quite a journey for Joshua Radin. The Indie artist’s music has been featured in hit TV shows like Grey’s Anatomy, he’s provided soundtrack help in numerous movies, oh, and Ellen DeGeneres is one of his biggest fans.
There was certainly a time when you couldn’t turn on the radio — or TV, for that matter — without hearing The All-American Rejects song, “Gives You Hell.”
Stephen Marley, the eight-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, producer and son of legendary reggae artist Bob Marley, has proven time and time again that his blood runs pure with naturally gifted musical ability.
One downtown club is looking for a second chance.