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Toad the Wet Sprocket
Sep 9, 2021
Sep 27, 2021
Oct 28, 2021
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Mar 24, 2022
September 9, 2021
After reuniting in 2006, Toad the Wet Sprocket have set out to honor their contribution to the landscape of the early '90s, including 1991's 'All I Want' and 'Walk on the Ocean', by performing, reworking and updating their back catalog, without losing their emotional core. They're back on the road again - don't miss them in action!
September 27, 2021
Madeleine Peyroux burst onto the recording scene in 1996. Madeleine's fourth solo album, a turning point in Peyroux's career, with all original tracks, Bare Bones, was released on March 10, 2009. She collaborated with songwriters Walter Becker, Joe Henry, David Batteau and Julian Corywell.
October 28, 2021
John Hiatt's legacy reaches far and wide across the Great American Songwriter's landscape. The Indiana native has long been respected as one of the most respected and gifted songwriters of our time, yet his tendency to shy away from celebrity means his music has often flown under the radar, enjoying a steady cult following instead.
November 5, 2021
Keyboard Wizard Rick Wakeman will return to North America in 2021 on the delightfully titled 'The Even Grumpier Old Rock Star Tour'. Known for his incredible talents, sense of humor and multitudinous back catalog, expect to hear some of his best-known hits from both his solo career and his collaborations with Yes, Bowie and more amongst musings and hilarious tales from his 50 plus years in the music industry!
March 24, 2022
While most may recognise Colin Hay as the frontman of Men At Work (the Australian Pop outfit behind the quirky, ubiquitous 80's hit Down Under), the Scottish born Ozzy musician has spent the last few decades reinventing himself as a singing, songwriting troubadour. Touring the world extensively without much fanfare, Hay has built himself up a new generation of fans, including actor Zach Braff who's frequently features Hay's work in his films.
710 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403
One of the many theaters around the country founded by impressario Alexander Pantages', this magnificent building began life as vaudeville theater, and has since gone through various restorations to maintain its gilt-edged splendor. The Pantages' most striking feature is the stained glass globe in its ceiling.
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