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The Replacements, who were one of the bands who helped pave the way for a new alternative rock scene in the early 1980s, have announced a long-awaited hometown reunion concert. The concert is scheduled to take place at Midway Stadium on Sept. 13.
The Replacements, who along with fellow Minneapolis rockers Hüsker Dü helped pave the way for a new alternative rock scene in the early 1980s, have been nominated for induction in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Twenty-two years after breaking up, The Replacements are reuniting for at least three shows. The celebrated 1980s alt-rockers say they’ll play at Riot Fest in Toronto, Chicago and Denver.
Some of music’s greatest talents — such as Bob Dylan and Prince — hail from the land of 10,000 lakes.
Over the years, Minnesota has produced a clutch of local acts that have broken into national prominence and influence. For your convenience, then, here is a quick elementary school primer on some of Minnesota’s most notable acts’ discographies.