Review: Lumineers' arena show not their 'Hey' day

Review: Lumineers' arena show not their 'Hey' day

Review: The folky trio's first arena tour landed with high spirits at Target Center.

Run to the hills! Iron Maiden finally returning to Minnesota June 16

January 19
Run to the hills! Iron Maiden finally returning to Minnesota June 16
The British metal gods' Xcel Energy Center show will be their first in town in 16 years.
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Soul-baring Danish pop band Lukas Graham needs to mature onstage

January 19
Soul-baring Danish pop band Lukas Graham needs to mature onstage
Review: The hitmakers behind "7 Years" charmed a Top-40 crowd at the Myth, despite the frontman's confusing motormouth.
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4 Goth party starters

How do you start a Dark Energy party right? We asked resident DJ Nancy Cheng for some recent set openers. Terrorism, "Scorched Earth Coalition"…
Music
January 19

Rap artists give shoutout to America's first hip-hop president

Artists praise Barack Obama for bridging the gap between hip-hop and rap and politics.
Music
January 19

Pick Six: Praise for Bruce Channel, McCrary Sisters, Marc Broussard, Bruce Springsteen, Patti LaBelle, Sherwin Linton

Pick Six is a half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view.
Music
January 19

Dark Energy celebrates one year of Goth-industrial dance parties in Minneapolis

Kitty Kat Klub monthly DJ and performance night is getting buzz beyond the Twin Cities.
Music
January 19
Photo by Steve Keros The Red Hot Chili Peppers

Twin Cities concerts of the week: Red Hot Chili Peppers at Target Center, Hoopsnakes reunite for a cancer benefit

Your guide to the Twin Cities' must-see shows this week.
Music
January 19

Listen to and rate the 16 'Are You Local?' best-new-band semifinalists

The winners of the popular vote will advance to the Are You Local? finalist showcase Feb. 6 at the Turf Club.
Music
January 19

Jon Wayne & the Pain celebrates feel-good new album

The reggae-tinged rockers' First Avenue gig Saturday is next door to another release party by Tyte Jeff.
Politics
January 18

Mpls. poet's song to be performed at inauguration — but he doesn't back Trump

Poet Michael Dennis Browne finds Trump's inauguration an opportunity to make a point.
Variety
January 18

Concert news: Lil Wayne, Blue Ox Fest, plus U2 and Radiohead road trips

Weezy will hit Target Center on Feb. 25, but U2 and Radiohead are both skipping Minnesota again on their 2017 tours.
Music
January 17

Twin Cities jazz concerts of the week: Celebrating Coltrane's 'A Love Supreme,' J.C. Sanford CD release party

Hargrove strikes again Trumpeter Roy Hargrove has brought more than a dozen ensembles to the Dakota over the years, with performances ranging from solidly competent…
Variety
January 17

St. Paul's Palace Theatre picks Atmosphere, Jayhawks for inaugural concerts March 10-11

The theater's bookers at First Ave gave the local hip-hop favorites the honor of rechristening the historic theater.
Music
January 16

'7 Years' hitmakers Lukas Graham head to the Twin Cities with Grammys buzz

Denmark's Lukas Graham heads to Minnesota with three Grammy nominations for "7 Years."
Music
January 16

Grammy record of the year nominees

"Hello" by AdeleChart peak: No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 for 10 weeks.Our take: Hello, it's Adele. Do power ballads get any bigger…
Variety
January 16

Patti LaBelle brings a winning attitude, Prince song to State Theatre

She included her seldom performed Prince song, 'Yo Mister,' in her set.
Music
January 15

Best classical music for the week: SPCO's Beethoven project, Minnesota Opera opens 'Diana's Garden'

Spotlight on Roderick Cox In a profession where African-Americans have been gravely underrepresented, Georgia-born conductor Roderick Cox’s subscription concert debut with the Minnesota Orchestra has…
Music
January 15

Minnesota Orchestra performs Aho's China-inspired 'Images'

Review: Concert also included cellist Alisa Weilerstein as guest soloist in Dvorak concerto.
Music
January 15

Violin's story lies buried

Her 300-year-old instrument was in perfect condition – had it been interred?
Music
January 14

Can the Minnesota Orchestra reach diverse audiences? This man is the key

Minnesota Orchestra conductor Roderick Cox believes music can cross any boundary. Can the orchestra reach diverse audiences, too?
Music
January 14

Jennifer Holliday pulls out of Trump inauguration concert

She said the concerns of the gay and lesbian community caused her to change her mind.
Prince
January 14
FILE - In this Feb. 27, 2005 file photo, singer Prince arrives with his wife Manuela Testolini for the 77th Academy Awards in Los Angeles.

Prince divorce file shows luxe lifestyle, dispute over videos, jewels, photos

The Star Tribune moved to unseal the files after questioning whether they would shed light on why Prince was taking painkillers, any potential heirs, or the value of his estate.
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