The Guitar Center in Roseville is hosting its first ever rock festival geared toward female musicians and music professionals Sunday.
Red Wing police are investigating after a man died Wednesday night, presumably falling off a 200-foot rock wall at the top of barns bluff. Witnesses were performing CPR on the man at about 8:50 p.m. Wednesday. But he was pronounced dead at the scene by authorities before being transported to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester.
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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.
State conservation services are offering $400,000 in federal funds for drought-affected farmers to plant cover crops so that livestock might be fed and erosion controlled.
Well-known for their mega-hits “Barracuda,” “Crazy On You” and “Dog And Butterfly,” Heart is still rocking and recording albums after four decades of making music. Lead singer Ann Wilson took some time for a WCCO interview to discuss a number of topics, including her upcoming show in Minnesota and the band’s next album, “Fanatic.”
The music of staff and students in Anoka is being used to help families dealing with tough times.
GRAMMY nominees Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters, Bruno Mars, Nicki Minaj, Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson will perform at the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards, Sunday, February 12 on CBS.
Life gets busy when you grow up and some of the hobbies you had in your youth slip by the wayside. But now there’s a group that is encouraging you to take your passion off of the shelf and become the rock star you always wanted to be.
A rock that was thrown off a freeway overpass nearly killed a driver below. Luckily, it only damaged his windshield.
A woman could have been killed after a piece of road flew into her car.