University of Wisconsin-Madison graduates think they’re the cream of the crop and will rise to the top — and they want to hear it one last time. The school’s 2014 graduates have launched an online petition demanding campus officials play “Jump Around” during graduation at Camp Randall Stadium on May 17.
Just as he’s coasting to his best Billboard chart performance yet, R&B crooner John Legend has announced a Twin Cities concert performance set for this summer. Legend is booked to perform at the Mystic Lake Casino Showroom on Friday, June 20 at 8 p.m.
The New York Giants have signed veteran running back Peyton Hillis. Hillis, who fills a void in the backfield, is a six-year veteran with a 1,000-yard season on his resume. He has played for Denver, Cleveland and Kansas City, and has 2,470 yards and 21 touchdowns for his career.
Old-school funk and soul of the Twin Cities will be alive and well this weekend at the Dakota Jazz Club.
There’s no doubt that the Twin Cities has a vibrant music scene. But one rising star’s music is being called the “new Twin Cities” sound.
His debut album, “Channel Orange,” earned multiple nominations for the talented singer/songwriter.
Frank Ocean is the R&B star of the moment, with a critically-acclaimed new album and a lot of buzz surrounding his recent statements on his sexuality. But you won’t find his album at Target stores, according to reports.
LL Cool J has sold millions of albums and made a name for himself in fashion, films and television. He continues his success as the host of the 54th Annual Grammy Awards, February 12 on CBS.