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August 2019

Wilkinson James | Erik Brandt & the Urban Hillbilly Quartet (Folk/Country Blues) $10

Friday, August 23 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Wilkinson James was born in 2008 when Liz Wilkinson and AJ Scheiber met up and merged their singing and songwriting into a musical partnership that one fan described as "the bastard offspring of June Carter Cash and Townes Van Zandt." Their first (self-titled) album, released in 2014, showed their love of folk, honky-tonk, and country blues; their 2016 follow-up, Abandon, added touches of jazz, torch, and swing to their folk / honky-tonk base, blending dobro, fiddle, and saxophone with Liz and AJ’s tightly knit harmonies and classic-yet-fresh original tunes. Their Aster performance will feature songs old and new in duo, trio, and full-band formats, making for a lively, varied, and joyful night of music.

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Taylor James Donskey Single Release Show with special guest Rachel Bearinger (Alt Country/Folk) $10

Saturday, August 24 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Taylor James Donskey
follows in the alternative country tradition to share some everyday stories from everyday people. Simple melodies over a lived in sounds invite you to hear about these people, their relationships and how they thrive in times like these. These songs are the lasting impressions that those individuals have left by living a simple but impactful life. Never a polished feel, but always just right, Taylor builds on the solid foundations that were given new life by Gillian Welch; perpetuated by Jeff Tweedy and set on its head by Blake Mills. The self titled EP is due out fall of 2019.

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Swing Brunch with Patty & the Buttons (Free)

Sunday, August 25 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Patty and The Buttons preach the gospel of hot rhythm and happy feet. The band is similar to what you would find in a dance hall, cafe or nightclub anywhere around the world between 1920-1940. Despite being an ensemble firmly rooted in tradition, the band presents their music without being shackled to history. They play their own compositions as well as takes on music of the era. Patty’s eclectic taste gives the band diverse influences including New Orleans Traditional Jazz, Western Swing, Gypsy Melodies, Ragtime Piano Blues, Jug Music and 1930′s Popular Song. The core instrumentation of accordion, clarinet, guitar and bass is light and swift, but also melancholic and lush when it needs to be. Patty , mostly known as an accordionist doubles as the bands vocalist. His voice is inspired most by the old time hollers and croons from the dawn of recording once described as “Tom Waits meets Rudy Vallee.” More than anything, The Buttons is a group that is always enjoying themselves… Which seems to give audiences permission to do the same.

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An evening with Tina Schlieske (Singer Songwriter) $20

Sunday, August 25 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Tina Schlieske, originally hails from Minneapolis, MN and is best known for fronting the band Tina and the B-Side Movement, now Tina and the B-Sides.

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TABAH Just The Duo Us Series (Genre Fluid) $7

Tuesday, August 27 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Featuring special guests!

Tuesday, August 27th
Monday, September 23rd
Friday, October 25th

Stripping down the walls of sound, diving into the breath, while providing focus on the natural space. Stemming from their original source, we will be showcasing many fresh trax!, along with beautiful creators & cosmic collaborators.

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Mariah Mercedes and Friends: with Ozzy the Painter (R&B/Hip-Hop) $5

Wednesday, August 28 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Every Fourth Wednesday!

Wednesday August 28th: Ozzy the Painter
Wednesday September 25th: Nyasia
Wednesday October 23rd: Ellis Cleve

Mariah Mercedes is a pop/R&B artist from the Twin Cities delivering smooth grooves with a perpetual smirk.

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JEREMY YLVISAKER and Friends Present: Nights For All Time (Indie Rock) $8

Thursday, August 29 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Jeremy Ylvisaker is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer who has worked with John Prine, Jenny Lewis, Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), Andrew Bird, Sandra Bernhard, Damo Suzuki (Can), members of Prince’s New Power Generation, Mouse on Mars, Swamp Dogg, The Suburbs, film maker Chuck Statler ("The Truth About Devolution"), Merce Cunningham dance company, and many others playing on five continents in venues such as the Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall, The Cape Town Jazz Festival, The Ed Sullivan Theater (The Late Show with David Letterman), and other television programs including Austin City Limits and the Colbert Report. He composes and improvises a variety of instrumental music, some of which to accompany dance performances such as "Stripe Tease", some of which for use in films such as "Pitchfork Unsung: Dan Corrigan", "Rhythmic" (feat. Andrew Bird), and "Trophy Husband." Some just for listening while you do your thing. And a lot of rock n roll.

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Harbor and Home (Alt Roots Rock) $10

Friday, August 30 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Harbor & Home is an alternative rock band from minneapolis, mn. Their sound embodies modern roots americana with classic rock n’ roll. Following the release of their first album “dark days” in 2014, the band toured across the u.s. sharing the stage with such acts as Jeremy Messersmith, Eric Hutchinson, Mark Chesnutt, Flor, From Indian Lakes and Austin Plaine. They recently released their sophomore album “fighter” in may of 2017 after working with producer and engineer Christopher Furst at Studio 65 in Ham Lake, MN. Their latest single "You Want It Too" was released in January of 2018.

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An Evening with Charlie Mars (Singer Songwriter) $25

Saturday, August 31 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Mississippi-born singer/songwriter Charlie Mars
is a country- and folk-inflected pop artist blessed with a warm vocal croon and a knack for crafting poignant, earthy songs. Born in 1974 in Laurel, Mississippi, Mars grew up listening to various styles of pop/rock, from Michael Jackson to the Violent Femmes. Just prior to his senior year of high school, Mars moved with his family to Jackson, Mississippi, where he attended Jackson Preparatory School and played in the band Adley Madidafus. After graduating high school in 1992, he attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. During this time, he began seriously pursuing a music career, often playing with fellow SMU student, singer/songwriter Jack Ingram. It was also while at SMU that Mars formed the Charlie Mars Band and released several albums, including 1995’s Broken Arrow, 1997’s Born & Razed, and 1999’s End of Romance.

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September 2019

Swing Brunch with Patty & the Buttons (Free)

Sunday, September 1 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Patty and The Buttons preach the gospel of hot rhythm and happy feet. The band is similar to what you would find in a dance hall, cafe or nightclub anywhere around the world between 1920-1940. Despite being an ensemble firmly rooted in tradition, the band presents their music without being shackled to history. They play their own compositions as well as takes on music of the era. Patty’s eclectic taste gives the band diverse influences including New Orleans Traditional Jazz, Western Swing, Gypsy Melodies, Ragtime Piano Blues, Jug Music and 1930′s Popular Song. The core instrumentation of accordion, clarinet, guitar and bass is light and swift, but also melancholic and lush when it needs to be. Patty , mostly known as an accordionist doubles as the bands vocalist. His voice is inspired most by the old time hollers and croons from the dawn of recording once described as “Tom Waits meets Rudy Vallee.” More than anything, The Buttons is a group that is always enjoying themselves… Which seems to give audiences permission to do the same.

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Fringe Pipes | Admiral Fox (Indie Rock) $5

Sunday, September 1 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Fringe Pipes is a band of drifters and ghosts from the other side of the fence. Their flavor of Americana combines frontman Colin Loynachan’s earnest songwriting with stunning three part harmony and a freight train of a band.

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Savannah Smith and Friends (Indie Folk) $8

Wednesday, September 4 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Savannah Smith only needs thirty seconds of your time to win you over. In a world filled to its brim with would-be young singer-songwriters, Savannah’s vocal prowess, and her absolute mastery of crafting raw and gritty emotion into beautiful melodies, defines her from the crowd in moments. Her stage show all her own; Savannah introduces her music with an irresistible charm, ushering the listener into her world with casual ease before effusing desperate and earnest emotion in each song. Her lyrics darken the bright chords and create a depth in her music that reaches far beyond her years.

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Live in the RIVER ROOM: St. Paul and the Mpls Funk All Stars $20 Adv/$20 Cash Door

Thursday, September 5 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
$20

Join us for an intimate night with St. Paul and the Mpls Funk All Stars.

St. Paul Peterson, a teenage wunderkind who performed keys with The Time in Purple Rain before signing to Prince’s Paisley Park label as lead singer of The Family (‘Nothing Compares 2 U’), is acknowledged as one of the best musicians to emerge from the Twin Cities.

As the leader of fDeluxe (formerly The Family) St. Paul has been the driving force behind the 2 critically acclaimed comeback albums that have seen the group perform sold out shows in England, France, Holland, Belgium, Australia and Japan, as well as their native USA. Their performance at Carnegie Hall alongside D’Angelo, Chris Rock, Elvis Costello and others received rave reviews from the press, including The Village Voice who exclaimed “...a dominant appearance by fDeluxe, the Prince-curated band which rst saw the light of day as The Family in the mid-80s before being resurrected by frontman Paul Peterson (who goes by the moniker St. Paul) in 2009, whose high- energy funk set -- comprised of Family song “High Fashion” into Prince live favorite “Mutiny” -- was otherwise a master class in bass-driven grooves.”

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Will Payne Harrison with special guests Steam Machine (Blues/Bluegrass) $10

Thursday, September 5 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Everyone knows that Louisiana is a great melting pot of music, food and Southern culture. Will Payne Harrison simmered in that pot for most of his life, soaking in influences of Traditional Cajun, Louisiana Blues, Swamp Pop, New Orleans Brass Bands and Zydeco. Even after departing Louisiana for Nashville to start his own solo career, he has kept in touch with his Louisiana Roots making his own unique blend of Americana and Roots music. On East Nashville Blues, Will Payne Harrison dove deeper into Bluegrass, Country and Singer-Songwriter genres, using a cast of top-notch Nashville musicians. With his newest album, Living With Ghosts, Harrison went back to his roots, bringing in the Crème de la crème of Louisiana musicians featuring The Rayo Brothers members (Jesse Reaux, Lance Kelehan and Jordan Ardoin) along with lead guitarist Jim McGee. Fats Kaplin (John Prine) even joined in on pedal steel and fiddle. Slated to be out in late Summer/early Fall, Living With Ghosts will encompass the perfect blend of Will Payne Harrison’s Louisiana/Nashville sound.

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The Midnight Choir Social Club with special guest gospel great Robert Robinson (Gospel blues, rock and soul) $10

Friday, September 6 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Where the Stardust meets the soil.

The Midnight Choir Social Clubs sound was born in the gospel tents of the New Orleans Jazz Festival, the protester filled streets of Selma and the soul driven back porch whiskey Blues.
The drums and bass provide the funky solid rhythm and beat which forms the bedrock of the band. The guitar and saxophone carry the energy to a fever pitch. The vocals, led by David Ballman and assisted by the Resistor Sisters, ride the wave over the edge drenching everybody in sight. Creating a wall of sound that makes both the angels and the demons dance for joy. Special guest gospel great Robert Robinson will join the band for a number of songs throughout the evening.

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Swing Brunch with Patty & the Buttons (Free)

Sunday, September 8 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Patty and The Buttons preach the gospel of hot rhythm and happy feet. The band is similar to what you would find in a dance hall, cafe or nightclub anywhere around the world between 1920-1940. Despite being an ensemble firmly rooted in tradition, the band presents their music without being shackled to history. They play their own compositions as well as takes on music of the era. Patty’s eclectic taste gives the band diverse influences including New Orleans Traditional Jazz, Western Swing, Gypsy Melodies, Ragtime Piano Blues, Jug Music and 1930′s Popular Song. The core instrumentation of accordion, clarinet, guitar and bass is light and swift, but also melancholic and lush when it needs to be. Patty , mostly known as an accordionist doubles as the bands vocalist. His voice is inspired most by the old time hollers and croons from the dawn of recording once described as “Tom Waits meets Rudy Vallee.” More than anything, The Buttons is a group that is always enjoying themselves… Which seems to give audiences permission to do the same.

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PONCÉ with special guest Preston Gunderson (Rock) $10

Saturday, September 14 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

PONCÉ is a dynamic, Nashville rock duo consisting of twin brothers Carson and Michael Poncé. The twins efficiently cross genres; from classic, harmony-driven melodies reminiscent of Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers to modern, synth-infused pop productions with melodic guitar leads evocative of The Killers and The Cure.

“PONCÉ has zeroed in on what makes a good marriage of earnest pop and glossy rock, and they’ve channeled it into a batch of eight danceable, hook-laden songs.” - NASHVILLE SCENE

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Swing Brunch with Patty & the Buttons (Free)

Sunday, September 15 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Patty and The Buttons preach the gospel of hot rhythm and happy feet. The band is similar to what you would find in a dance hall, cafe or nightclub anywhere around the world between 1920-1940. Despite being an ensemble firmly rooted in tradition, the band presents their music without being shackled to history. They play their own compositions as well as takes on music of the era. Patty’s eclectic taste gives the band diverse influences including New Orleans Traditional Jazz, Western Swing, Gypsy Melodies, Ragtime Piano Blues, Jug Music and 1930′s Popular Song. The core instrumentation of accordion, clarinet, guitar and bass is light and swift, but also melancholic and lush when it needs to be. Patty , mostly known as an accordionist doubles as the bands vocalist. His voice is inspired most by the old time hollers and croons from the dawn of recording once described as “Tom Waits meets Rudy Vallee.” More than anything, The Buttons is a group that is always enjoying themselves… Which seems to give audiences permission to do the same.

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Andy Cook and Friends: with special guests Kansas Plates (Indie Rock) $8

Wednesday, September 18 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Every 3rd Wednesday!

Wednesday September 18th: with special guests Kansas Plates
Wednesday October 16th: with special guests Jeremy Ylvisaker & LOTT

What’s a man, anyway? It’s the central question at the heart of Minnesota-based songwriter Andy Cook's new EP Modern Man—a 22-minute indie-rock/Americana ride that stokes twinges of nostalgia with jangly guitars, articulate synth lines and driving percussion. Modern Man is out now on Good Eye Records and is the fifth release from the Brooklyn, NYC-based label.

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Family Three (Gospel Folk) $7

Friday, September 20 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Family Three are just two guys and one gal who love music. They would describe their sound as "Blindie-Soulk" - Blues, Indie, Soul and Folk. They have been playing some form of music since they were kids, but it wasn't until recently that they decided to take the next step, and are on the journey of finding out what it means to put the passion of music in the front seat.

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Swing Brunch with Patty & the Buttons (Free)

Sunday, September 22 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Patty and The Buttons preach the gospel of hot rhythm and happy feet. The band is similar to what you would find in a dance hall, cafe or nightclub anywhere around the world between 1920-1940. Despite being an ensemble firmly rooted in tradition, the band presents their music without being shackled to history. They play their own compositions as well as takes on music of the era. Patty’s eclectic taste gives the band diverse influences including New Orleans Traditional Jazz, Western Swing, Gypsy Melodies, Ragtime Piano Blues, Jug Music and 1930′s Popular Song. The core instrumentation of accordion, clarinet, guitar and bass is light and swift, but also melancholic and lush when it needs to be. Patty , mostly known as an accordionist doubles as the bands vocalist. His voice is inspired most by the old time hollers and croons from the dawn of recording once described as “Tom Waits meets Rudy Vallee.” More than anything, The Buttons is a group that is always enjoying themselves… Which seems to give audiences permission to do the same.

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Lucy Wainwright Roche with special guest Mother Banjo (Singer Songwriter) $25

Sunday, September 22 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Those familiar with Lucy Wainwright Roche are aware of her bell tone voice, her unshakable melodies, and her knack for wise, wry lyrics that clench the heart.  It’s no surprise that Wainwright Roche is the daughter of Suzzy Roche (The Roches) and Loudon Wainwright III, half sibling to Rufus and Martha Wainwright. She grew up steeped in music. 

But Lucy has carved out her own career as a touring singer/songwriter and recording artist, having sold over 50 thousand copies of her four critically acclaimed solo recordings released on her own label: Eight Songs, Eight More, Lucy, and There’s a Last Time for Everything.  Other recordings include a collaboration with her sister Martha Wainwright on Songs In the Dark, a collection of lullabies, and two duet recordings with her mother Suzzy Roche: Fairytale and Myth (winner of Vox Pop Independent Music Awards) and most recently Mud and Apples. 

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TABAH Just The Duo Us Series (Genre Fluid) $7

Monday, September 23 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Featuring special guests!

Monday, September 23rd
Friday, October 25th

Stripping down the walls of sound, diving into the breath, while providing focus on the natural space. Stemming from their original source, we will be showcasing many fresh trax!, along with beautiful creators & cosmic collaborators.

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Mariah Mercedes and Friends: with Nyasia (R&B/Hip-Hop) $5

Wednesday, September 25 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Every Fourth Wednesday!

Wednesday September 25th: Nyasia
Wednesday October 23rd: Ellis Cleve

Mariah Mercedes is a pop/R&B artist from the Twin Cities delivering smooth grooves with a perpetual smirk.

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John Munson Presents: The Fragrants (Funk/Dance) $10

Thursday, September 26 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Fragrants

Join John Munson, Jacques Wait, Max Ray, Sasha Burk and Richard Medek as they explore funky, fragrant jams by such artists as The Meters, Booker T, Grant Green and Reuben Wilson. If you’re bold we will move the tables and you can get your sweat on.

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Swing Brunch with Patty & the Buttons (Free)

Sunday, September 29 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Patty and The Buttons preach the gospel of hot rhythm and happy feet. The band is similar to what you would find in a dance hall, cafe or nightclub anywhere around the world between 1920-1940. Despite being an ensemble firmly rooted in tradition, the band presents their music without being shackled to history. They play their own compositions as well as takes on music of the era. Patty’s eclectic taste gives the band diverse influences including New Orleans Traditional Jazz, Western Swing, Gypsy Melodies, Ragtime Piano Blues, Jug Music and 1930′s Popular Song. The core instrumentation of accordion, clarinet, guitar and bass is light and swift, but also melancholic and lush when it needs to be. Patty , mostly known as an accordionist doubles as the bands vocalist. His voice is inspired most by the old time hollers and croons from the dawn of recording once described as “Tom Waits meets Rudy Vallee.” More than anything, The Buttons is a group that is always enjoying themselves… Which seems to give audiences permission to do the same.

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October 2019

Savannah Smith and Friends (Indie Folk) $8

Wednesday, October 2 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Savannah Smith only needs thirty seconds of your time to win you over. In a world filled to its brim with would-be young singer-songwriters, Savannah’s vocal prowess, and her absolute mastery of crafting raw and gritty emotion into beautiful melodies, defines her from the crowd in moments. Her stage show all her own; Savannah introduces her music with an irresistible charm, ushering the listener into her world with casual ease before effusing desperate and earnest emotion in each song. Her lyrics darken the bright chords and create a depth in her music that reaches far beyond her years.

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Swing Brunch with Patty & the Buttons (Free)

Sunday, October 13 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Patty and The Buttons preach the gospel of hot rhythm and happy feet. The band is similar to what you would find in a dance hall, cafe or nightclub anywhere around the world between 1920-1940. Despite being an ensemble firmly rooted in tradition, the band presents their music without being shackled to history. They play their own compositions as well as takes on music of the era. Patty’s eclectic taste gives the band diverse influences including New Orleans Traditional Jazz, Western Swing, Gypsy Melodies, Ragtime Piano Blues, Jug Music and 1930′s Popular Song. The core instrumentation of accordion, clarinet, guitar and bass is light and swift, but also melancholic and lush when it needs to be. Patty , mostly known as an accordionist doubles as the bands vocalist. His voice is inspired most by the old time hollers and croons from the dawn of recording once described as “Tom Waits meets Rudy Vallee.” More than anything, The Buttons is a group that is always enjoying themselves… Which seems to give audiences permission to do the same.

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Andy Cook and Friends: with special guests Jeremy Ylvisaker & LOTT (Indie Rock) $8

Wednesday, October 16 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

What’s a man, anyway? It’s the central question at the heart of Minnesota-based songwriter Andy Cook's new EP Modern Man—a 22-minute indie-rock/Americana ride that stokes twinges of nostalgia with jangly guitars, articulate synth lines and driving percussion. Modern Man is out now on Good Eye Records and is the fifth release from the Brooklyn, NYC-based label.

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The Federales | Reverend Hylton (Southern Rock) $10

Thursday, October 17 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Federales: Classic country for the modern world.
We're not from the Black Hills, the Texas Panhandle, or Appalachia. We're from the Twin Cities. Damn proud of it, too, but we play country music, because it's one of America's native languages. We use it to tell our stories of love, good times, Grain Belt, and friends. Some are fact. Some are fiction with the truth hiding in there somewhere. All of them are heartfelt. We're pickers, fiddlers, groovers, and harmonizers. We're ready to make you sing along, get up and dance, or just sit and tap your toes. We're The Federales.

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Family Three (Gospel Folk) $7

Friday, October 18 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Family Three are just two guys and one gal who love music. They would describe their sound as "Blindie-Soulk" - Blues, Indie, Soul and Folk. They have been playing some form of music since they were kids, but it wasn't until recently that they decided to take the next step, and are on the journey of finding out what it means to put the passion of music in the front seat.

Find out more »

Mariah Mercedes and Friends: with Ellis Cleve (R&B/Hip-Hop) $5

Wednesday, October 23 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Mariah Mercedes is a pop/R&B artist from the Twin Cities delivering smooth grooves with a perpetual smirk.

Find out more »

John Munson Presents: The Fragrants (Funk/Dance) $10

Thursday, October 24 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Fragrants

Join John Munson, Jacques Wait, Max Ray, Sasha Burk and Richard Medek as they explore funky, fragrant jams by such artists as The Meters, Booker T, Grant Green and Reuben Wilson. If you’re bold we will move the tables and you can get your sweat on.

Find out more »

TABAH Just The Duo Us Series (Genre Fluid) $7

Friday, October 25 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Featuring special guests!

Stripping down the walls of sound, diving into the breath, while providing focus on the natural space. Stemming from their original source, we will be showcasing many fresh trax!, along with beautiful creators & cosmic collaborators.

Find out more »

Daniel Champagne with special guest MO of RADDA RADDA (Singer Songwriter) $10

Tuesday, October 29 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The story goes that the young Australian singer, songwriter and one-of-a-kind guitar virtuoso first picked up his instrument of choice as a five-year-old following in the footsteps of a musical father. He began writing songs at 12, training classically throughout his teens and performing solo wherever he could, honing his craft and developing what would become the dynamite live show that he is renowned for today. At 18 he left school, turned professional and hit the road.

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November 2019

The Neighborhood Trio (Groovy Jazz) $7

Thursday, November 14 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Remember sitting in your living room as kid? The shag carpet tickling the back of your legs. You were chewing on your Marathon bar and sipping from a can of Rondo Soda while watching your favorite TV show…was it CHiPs or S.W.A.T.?… Doesn’t matter they both were great and so was the music in them. The Neighborhood Trio might just take you back to those times with their groovy 70’s theme song inspired tunes, but sorry Rondo is long gone, but I’m sure you will find something from the bar to crush your thirst!

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John Munson Presents: The Fragrants (Funk/Dance) $10

Wednesday, November 27 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Fragrants

Join John Munson, Jacques Wait, Max Ray, Sasha Burk and Richard Medek as they explore funky, fragrant jams by such artists as The Meters, Booker T, Grant Green and Reuben Wilson. If you’re bold we will move the tables and you can get your sweat on.

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December 2019

John Munson Presents: The Fragrants (Funk/Dance) $10

Thursday, December 26 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Fragrants

Join John Munson, Jacques Wait, Max Ray, Sasha Burk and Richard Medek as they explore funky, fragrant jams by such artists as The Meters, Booker T, Grant Green and Reuben Wilson. If you’re bold we will move the tables and you can get your sweat on.

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