STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Poetry, music today
Todays plans can include some songs and poetry readings in downtown Duluth. Moonlight Over Stone: Poetry in Sacred Places will feature readings from Linda LeGarde Grover and Roberta Hill and music fro... Posted on 5/18/13 at 12:00 AM
STAFF BLOG WHILE YOU WERE IN... Homegrown Day 6-8: The finale
On Friday night I tried to cram in as much Homegrown as possible before deadline and only managed to see, actually see-see, four bands. I felt in order to make it count I had to be there for at leas... Posted on 5/6/13 at 3:26 PM
MUSIC MOVES Loopy Stanley 2013 World Premiere!
It's been a long time coming, with glitches and scheduling delays galore, but Loopy Stanley is finally here! We had participants this year from two cities in North Dakota (though if you counted the to... Posted on 5/3/13 at 7:52 PM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Homegrown Music Festival photos
Duluth's Homegrown Music Festival, which opened Sunday, celebrates its 15th anniversary this year. Here is a gallery of News Tribune photos from - or associated with - Homegrown Festivals of years pas... Posted on 4/28/13 at 11:42 PM
ALBUM REVIEW: The album recalls classic country music, the kind that Johnny and June made, and Gemberling shows a great willingness to have her album be more collaborative than many solo artists might.
Symphony Hall at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center was “one of the warmest places in Duluth” on Saturday, according to a News Tribune reviewer. And that was saying something given the day’s icy rains and bone-chilling lake gales.
Saturday was quite foggy on the Duluth hillside, and the temperature never quite edged into the essence of spring blossoms. It did not snow, however, and by concert time, the number of people in Symphony Hall at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center created one of the warmest places in
Nic Patullo started New Vintage Amplifiers in 2008. And with an ever-expanding client list that includes the bands blink-182, 3 Doors Down, Motion City Soundtrack and Low, and musicians for artists Kenny Chesney, Sara Bareilles, Mat Kearney and Matt Nathanson, the 32-year-old Duluth man quietly — but loudly — is leaving his mark on the music industry.
Today’s plans can include some songs and poetry readings in downtown Duluth. “Moonlight Over Stone: Poetry in Sacred Places” will feature readings from Linda LeGarde Grover and Roberta Hill and music from Lyz Jaakola and the Oshkii Giizhik Singers.
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