Triple Rock Social Club
Minnesota is home to some of the most unique sounds in the music industry. The sounds of Bob Dylan, Prince, The Jayhawks and Doomtree have inspired countless of inspiring artists to pick up instruments. Many of whom come to St. Paul, Minn. to the McNally Smith College of Music where classes focus on performance, recording and engineering.
Want to enjoy the Twin Cities music scene without spending an arm and a leg to do so? Check out these upcoming shows.
March is Women’s History Month and what better way to celebrate than support several Minnesota women prominent in music?
Fancy going out on a lovely Sunday evening but want to avoid the drunken antics of avid sports fans? Check out these venues for some great alternatives.
In recent years, more and more local bands are starting to emerge onto the music scene with great force. And, a few are even playing alongside some of the country’s biggest acts on rock star tours. But, it’s never hard to forget where all the success came from.
Minnesota is a bit more musically-inclined than I think people (in other states) give it credit for. Here are a list of great music clubs in the Twin Cities where you can catch a low-key or crazy-jump-everywhere type of show!
Whether you want to shake off a prior night’s overindulgence or simply want a tasty drink where it is acceptable to dip a pickle, Bloody Marys are a great way to go. So, I put together a little list of some great places to grab a bloody!
When eating out, finding a good vegetarian meal can be difficult. With the growing interest in meat-free eating, restaurants are tuning into diners needs and offering more than just pasta for dinner. The Twin Cities may lack strict vegetarian restaurants, but there are several establishments that offer some great choices for the meat-free diner.