HEALTHY TIDBITS Coming This Spring/Dulcimer Day in Duluth
Dulcimer Day in Duluth, a folk musical festival will be held Saturday, May 4 at First United Methodist Church located at 230 E. Skyline Parkway. This event will have concerts at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.Instr... Posted on 3/11/13 at 1:25 PM
Each week A&E reporter Matthew R. Perrine not-so-subtly suggests a song you should know by heart. (Due to some technical difficulties last week, this is the second of two “Song of the Week” installments this week.)
He’s back: Brandon Henry is making the drive up from the Cities April 16 to play a free Art Vandalay show in Canal Park. PLUS: A “reprint” of Perrine’s review of Art Vandalay’s debut album, “Dancin’ with Your Demons.”
Two Harbors musician Rachel Nelson will come together with her 3 of Cups bandmates (including Madison singer/songwriter Tracy Comer) this weekend in Duluth. PLUS: A "reprint" of Perrine's last feature on Nelson, which appeared in the Budgeteer in 2008.
“Quick Spins” are expedient, pretension-free album reviews. This installment tackles Dessa’s “A Badly Broken Code,” Miles Kurosky’s “The Desert of Shallow Effects” and Drew Danburry’s “Goodnight Gary.”
Up-and-coming Saint Paul troubadour George Kaplan is back with a new EP, “Putting Nowhere on the Map,” and he’s here to talk about it. PLUS: A “reprint” of the Budgeteer’s conversation with Kaplan last January.
Budgeteer reporter Matthew R. Perrine selects his favorite local releases from the last year, from Cars & Trucks and a Kritical Kontact solo disc to Billy Southern's new one and a couple Marc Gartman projects.
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