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Lorber and company wow Dakota crowd

Lorber and company wow Dakota crowd

Sep. 18 | Jazz and R&B heavyweights come together for “special show”   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Last week was the first time I attended a Dakota Jazz Club late show. Several patrons that attended the earlier Jeff Lorber, Everette Harp,...

Mint Condition front man focusing more on production

Mint Condition front man focusing more on production

Jul. 17 |     By Jamal Denman Online editor   Stokley Williams (known throughout the music industry on a first name basis — simply as Stokley) is a St. Paul native and the front man for one of the most talented, successful, and consistent R&B...

Twin Cities’ Own “Mint Condition” to perform at the 30th Annual Rondo Days Festival Celebration

Twin Cities’ Own “Mint Condition” to perform at the 30th Annual Rondo Days Festival Celebration

Jun. 26 | R&B stalwarts Mint Condition will perform at the 30th Annual Rondo Days Festival Celebration on Saturday, July 20th at the Rondo Education Center’s Field at 560 Concordia Avenue in St. Paul. The festivities will begin with a 5K Walk & Run,...

This Week’s Entertainment Spotlights

This Week’s Entertainment Spotlights

Mar. 6 | Questlove DJ set  Fri., Mar. 8, 9 pm The 2nd Annual Benefit 2 Celebrate Life! Sat., Mar. 9, 7 pm First Avenue & 7th St. Entry 701 N. 1st Ave.,  Mpls., 612-338-8388 or first-avenue.com With a performances by “Princess” featuring Maya Rudolph...

Bobby Z presents 2nd annual benefit concert for heart health

Bobby Z presents 2nd annual benefit concert for heart health

Jan. 22 |   Bobby Z’s organization My Purple Heart and the American Heart Association will present the 2nd  Annual Benefit 2 Celebrate Life! on Saturday, March 9, 8 pm, at First Avenue in downtown Minneapolis. Robert Rivkin, a.k.a. Bobby Z, is the...

Mint Condition: New CD an improvement, but not a return to glory days

Mint Condition: New CD an improvement, but not a return to glory days

Sep. 26 | Music @ the Speed of Life is an improvement on 2008’s E-Life, a static, paint-by-number disappointment from a band renowned for fresh, even innovative fare. But, not by much. With hints of Guy, Earth Wind & Fire and Kool & the Gang, Stokely...

A season of musical romance for jazz lovers on CD, in concert

A season of musical romance for jazz lovers on CD, in concert

Feb. 29 |       When I think about the reasons I first fell in love with jazz, I think of tenor saxophonist Kirk Whalum. Among some of my most prized recordings, signed copies of his albums Unconditional (Warner Bros., 2001) and For You (Warner...