Caroline Smith’s story is a coming-of-age tale. Only hers was done publicly, through music. In the matter of a few years, she went from playing folk rock as Caroline Smith and the Goodnight Sleeps, to Caroline Smith: soul-singer, chorus belter and feminist leader. Smith grew up in Detroit Lakes, her mom helping land her first show at a Minnesota summertime staple.
For more than 43 years, the Grammy Award-winning Sounds of Blackness has provided music that feeds the soul. The group is now auditioning new members at the Sabathani Community Center, something that has not been done for years.
Police have handcuffed more protesters in the Wisconsin Capitol rotunda as their crackdown on almost-daily sing-alongs continues.
The University of Minnesota School of Music’s University Singers go on the school’s first choral tour of Minnesota this week.
Looking for a killer concert to attend this fall? Check out these popular headliners scheduled to play in the Twin Cities.