Crooners Supper Club is reinventing the classic American nightclub experience. The spot is situated next to Moore Lake in Northeast Minneapolis, which gives it a scenic and distinctly Minnesotan flavor.
Just in time for the holidays, Crooners Supper Club is ready to show off its new bar-lounge and upgraded MainStage as it welcomes a staple of well-known local artists.
The Supper Club will ring in its fifth anniversary with a five-night celebration from Nov. 18 to 22, and will host a Thanksgiving Day performance by the Twin Cities’ “First Lady of Song,” Debbie Duncan. Duncan will also perform a Christmas show for Crooners later in December.
Lots of other holiday treats are on tap this season, as well, including veteran pianist Bobby Lyle (Dec. 6 &7), local gospel legend and crooner Fred Steele (Dec. 8), and the vocal group Moore by Four, featuring Yolande Bruce, Ginger Commodore, Connie Evingson and Dennis Spears, led by music director Sanford Moore (Dec. 9 &10).
Crooners offers an eclectic mix of jazz, R&B, gospel, soul, funk, folk, roots-rock and country on three distinct concert stages—The MainStage, The Dunsmore Jazz Room and, in warmer months, the Lakeside Tent.
Crooners Supper Club is located at 6161 Highway 65 N.E., Minneapolis. For more info, visit croonersloungemn.com or call 763-571-9020.