The Duluth band Trampled by Turtles gained a national following for its passionate, frenetic, spontaneous acoustic music. Critics are praising their new cd, "Palomino," for capturing the band's driving energy.
Mixed Blood Theater's new play explores the manufactured drama, racial stereotypes and greed of professional wrestling.
Forget trying to put Jelloslave's music into some neat little category. In fact, experimental jazz saxophonist George Cartwright of Roseville, won't even take a stab at it.
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres have been sold to a group led by longtime artistic director, Michael Brindisi.
Dave King and friends will be celebrated at the Walker as part of "King for Two Days."
Gretchen Seichrist and her band Patches & Gretchen are releasing a new cd entitled "Sugar Head Pie."
The latest experiment in Minnesota's malls is underway at Ridgedale Center in Minnetonka, where they are creating and displaying art in the shopping complex alongside storefronts and food courts.
As a music writer and songwriter, Jim Walsh always looks for the meaning of life in a three minute pop song.
Every job has its own tedium and drudgery. The stage performer's burden, of course, is memorizing all those lines. So how do they do it?
Chamber music is sometimes defined as the music of friends, written for small clusters of musicians and played in intimate settings and a new Twin Cities-based chamber group called "Accordo," epitomizes that spirit of friendship.
One of the more anticipated local CDs in recent years has hit the stores, and rapper and songstress 'Dessa' will celebrated the release of "A Badly Broken Code" at the Fine Line Music Cafe in Minneapolis Friday night.
Being a walking advertisement can be a menial and monotonous job, but in "Everything Must Go," opening Friday night at the Red Eye Theater in Minneapolis, two workers rise above the indignity to form an unlikely friendship.
A local indie rock duo is riding a wave of fuzzed-out guitar distortion into the hearts of critics and fans.
Brand new pianos demand hefty prices, and used ones, though cheaper, can be an expensive hassle to move. But a St. Paul group is addressing both issues while also raising money for children.
Around this time of year there are almost as many holiday productions in Minnesota as bodies of water, but if you're looking for something a little different, grab yourself an egg nog, we'll take it from here.