A perfect late-summer day greeted the 18th annual Selby Ave. JazzFest held at the intersection of Selby Avenue and Milton in St. Paul.
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The predominantly African American, hip-thrusting, R&B-bellowing nine-member cast of “Smokey Joe’s Café” are mostly locals.
Minnesota-born-and-raised jazz and blues vocalist Annie Mack singing is a source of healing and hope.
A cool slate of hot early-September shows will help carry you into fall.
Burna Boy will bring his ‘The African Giant Returns’ tour to the Skyway Theatre Sat. night starting at 7 pm.
Static Panic, one of the newest to take on the local synth-pop dance tradition laid down by Prince, is releasing a new project ‘Glow.’
R. Kelly’s nearly three-decades-long trail of sexual abuse allegations has finally caught up with him.
astralblak, a neo-funk-soul-rap synth-pop collective, are the clear vanguard in the Twin Cities music scene.
Muja may be the quintessential Minneapolis rapper — he continues to consistently drop solid music even into his early 40s.
Unlike other artists, the songs that Prince chose as B-sides were gems and never deemed throwaways or filler.