Live Music Thursdays
Join us for live music every Thursday from 6 - 9 pm! Check out our local musicians and schedule below.
Ali & Joe
Ali and Joe are an acoustic cover song duo from Minneapolis formed by songwriters/performers, Ali Gray and Joe Beier. With their fun banter and a song list that spans many genres from Sinatra and Elvis to The Killers and The Cranberries, they are sure to entertain any audience.
Jorgensen Tagg Duo
Connections between partners, whether they be spiritual, romantic or creative can be the origin of true magic. The Jorgensens incorporate blues, soul, jazz and rock into a unique style they call Americana Soul.
October 28th, November 18th, & December 30th
“Commitment-free rock ‘n’ roll! While he’s been moonlighting with George Scot McKelvey in the B-Team, former Hillcats singer Billy Johnson confirms he belongs on the A list alongside G.B. Leighton is one of the Twin Cities’ best feel-good, blue-collar, barroom-rousing tunesmiths with his first solo album, tellingly titled “It’s a Good Life.”
A singer with equal parts heart, charm and individuality, Shorai has been a mainstay on the Minneapolis jazz scene for the past 10+ years. With five self-released albums under her belt, she mixes old classics, modern revivals and her own pop gems with ease and soul. Shorai has collaborated with many of the Midwest's finest and most celebrated musicians and has garnered international vocal recognition through commercials, television, and film.
November 11th, December 23rd
A luminous, multi-genre vocalist, and international touring artist based in St. Paul, MN, Katia Cardenas inspires audiences with her smooth, powerful voice and uplifting energy. Influenced by Ella Fitzgerald’s spirited jazz standards, Aretha Franklin’s high-powered R&B flavors and Astrid Giberto’s dulcet bossa tones; Katia performs an inspired and enticing variety of musical styles.
Local music scene stalwart Scottie Miller has been around long enough to acquire a funky nickname (Bones), membership in the Minnesota Blues Hall of Fame, experience touring with blues icon Bo Diddley, and an international rep. He’s first and foremost a pianist, with a grease-and-grits-slathered approach that suggests an affinity for New Orleans, Memphis, and swampy spots in between.
Internationally acclaimed Jazz vocalist Charmin Michelle, and virtuoso Jazz guitarist Joel Shapira have been seen on the biggest stages in the Twin Cities for over twenty years playing a mix of traditional jazz, bossa novas and ballads.
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