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Live Music Thursdays

Join us for live music every Thursday from 6 - 9 pm! Check out our local musicians and schedule below.

Ali & Joe

January 20th, February 17th

After 15 years of playing in bands together, Ali and Joe realized they should expand their pleasant stage chemistry to accommodate smaller, more intimate shows. 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.

Joyann Parker

January 27th

With roots in the church and a solid foundation of musical education, Joyann Parker found her authentic voice later in life and created her own blend of roots music that combines soul, R&B, gospel, jazz and traditional blues styles.

Billy Johnson

February 3rd, March 24th

“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.”

Scottie Miller

February 10th

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, a signature style that warps far to the south of his home tundra, 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.

PK Mayo

February 24th

Iron Range bred guitarist PK Mayo is an eclectic mix of American music. You get blues of all kinds, country, folk, and lots more – all of it laced with PK Mayo's deep lyrics biting electric and acoustic slide with deep grooves.

Gypsy Mania

March 3rd

Gypsy Mania “Hot Club” Quartet, a Twin Cities-based swing Jazz band, performs a timeless jazz tradition commonly known as Gypsy Jazz, a blend of traditional Roma music and swing jazz. Originating in Paris in the early 1930s, the ‘Hot Club’ jazz tradition brings back happy memories of the swing jazz era, and for all an opportunity to nod, tap, or hit the dance floor.

Kendra Glenn

March 10th

Originally from Chicago, Minneapolis-based Kendra Glenn brings her rich vocals and a selection of sweet and swingin’ tunes.

Lehto & Wright

March 17th

From American spirituals to Irish tune sets, their accomplished twin guitar/mandolin approach has all the intensity and power as the trio with half the volume.

Jorgensen Tagg Duo

March 31st

 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.

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