Simon Husbands met his Midwestern wife while touring with Blue Train in 1991.
A Twin Cities author makes the case for 1984 being pop music's most blockbuster year.
Here's more of what Twin Cities author Michaelangelo Matos had to say in an interview about the central figures in his new book, "Can't Slow Down: How 1984 Became Pop's Blockbuster Year."
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Woodbury pianist/producer bagged a Bob Dylan track for his annual charity CD "A Minnesota Holiday."
REVIEW: VocalEssence returns in a video concert.
Ali guests on a remake of the folk-rock legend's 1970 album "Tea for the Tillerman," which brought up memories of his late mother.
Dua Saleh, Tiwana Porter, Nur-D and Tony Zaccardi share their perspectives on the protests and hopes moving forward.
Pick Six is a half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view.Dave Nevison of Champlin:1 Todd Snider tribute to Jerry Jeff Walker. The…
REVIEW: Choir offers a streaming holiday show.
As his old tradition of honoring John Lennon lives on virtually, Curtiss A is also dropping a long-overdue new record that lives up to his complicated reputation.
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HookStream for the Holidays Friday & Saturday: Concerts that were supposed to be staged live at the Hook & Ladder have been turned into true…
Curt Almsted is another Minnesota music vet who contains multitudes.
Under a European copyright law, the oft-bootlegged recordings were issued in a limited three-disc collection.
Our guide to virtual holiday concerts for classical fans.
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Buyer is a California nonprofit that operates Christian music networks.
"A giant." "A legend." "A pivotal figure." Despite being on the administrative side of the Minnesota Orchestra — "the man behind the music," as one…
A U.K. Dylan fan website claims a Hibbing pastor unearthed this 1954 recording but here is the real story.
The band's eighth LP 'Open Door Policy' was recorded ahead of the pandemic.