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Minnesota Niche: Beer Choir Twin Cities

What could possibly be better than a blend of beer and song? Enter Beer Choir Twin Cities, a chapter of the national Beer Choir...

Remembering Local Music Legend Terry Katzman

Celebrating the life of a man who lived LOUD! Terry Katzman sold me one of my first punk rock records. It was The Dead Boys'...

Explore a Brief History of First Avenue

First Avenue, the nightclub that put Minneapolis on the map, will soon be celebrating its 50th anniversary. At Twin Cities PBS, we're hard at...

‘Trampled by Turtles’ Is On Fire

The Duluth natives behind Trampled by Turtles practically perform at the speed of light - and their songs, which cover topics such as loneliness and the...

The Cactus Blossoms Will Make You Hanker After Another Era

  Do The Cactus Blossoms make you hanker for a country dance on wooden floorboards, a hint of magnolia in the air? Enjoy their timeless sound - and...

Just Let The Roe Family Singers Delight You

  Old-time hillbilly band The Roe Family Singers perform live at TPT studios in Lowertown, Saint Paul. The band recalls their origin story, their fondness...

7 MN Music-Makers Put Their Own Stamp on Country

Dive in to the task of tracing the precise origins of country music, and you're bound to discover that the experience is filled with...

Native Women Revive Tradition Through Drum Beats and Song

  On a recent afternoon, about a dozen Anishinaabe women and girls assembled at the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College to sing old...

The Okee Dokee Brothers Will Charm You to Shreds

  Inspired by a shared childhood spent outside, The Okee Dokee Brothers' Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing create bluegrass- and folk-inspired children's music that encourages...

The answer may have been “Blowin in the Wind.” But it...

St. Croix Falls, Wis., resident Jim Bodoh describes himself as “just a good ole country boy,” whose background in farming, hunting and fishing could...