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You Know We Still Got The Magic

I had to turn in my metal card the last time I saw New Kids on the Block in June of 2019. I loved the show so much and knew that saying that ruined my rep as being this tough... Continue Reading →

An Interview with Zita from Mayberian Sanskülotts

I love getting to know bands from other countries. It helps remind me just how large this world is but how much music can bring people together regardless of how many miles separate them. That's why I was so stoked... Continue Reading →

Just Wanna Be Good Enough For You

My weekend didn't quite go as planned and it had me feeling a bit down. I'm not going to go super into details about it but it just really set the tone for my Saturday and Sunday. Even though it... Continue Reading →

New York City Eats Its Young

The Garage in Burnsville is one of those venues that I honestly kind of avoid. It's not a bad venue at all. In fact, the stage and set-up of the all-ages teen center are quite amazing and professional but a... Continue Reading →

We’re On A Mission From God

I wasn't going to write a post about the event on Thursday night but events like what took place on Thursday in venues like The Parkway Theater in South Minneapolis deserve more attention than they get so, although short, I... Continue Reading →

War Tongue- ‘War Tongue’

It's Monday and I am really struggling with staying on focus with work. I have been working on remodeling my kitchen a bit and just cleaning up the house in general but even that isn't a good enough distraction from... Continue Reading →

An Interview With AIRPORTS

AIRPORTS (born Aaron Lee) had done a little bit of everything. From singing to writing to producing and engineering, this kid is truly making waves in the music scene. His sound is familiar without being overdone and, although commercial feeling... Continue Reading →

Baby, You Got One Chance And Legends Never Die

I own a pair of cowboy boots. I honestly don't know why, but I do and rarely wear them. Apparently, last night would have been a perfectly acceptable night to wear them out but I didn't know that as I... Continue Reading →

My Name is Mud

The contrast between people lined up to get into The Palace Theatre on Friday night was amazing. There was an older demographic, a young demographic, some metalheads, some punk kids, some jam-band loving hippies-- it was seriously all over the... Continue Reading →

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