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Leah Ottman, aka LOTT

Acclaimed Minneapolis violinist and singer Leah Ottman dies at 33

She also performed as LOTT, the name of her solo project.

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The Walker, Current scrap plans for 2021 Rock the Garden

Uncertainty over COVID-19 has prompted the event's cancelation for the second-year running.

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Omar Apollo to headline Paisley Park's first live concert since pandemic began

The show is part of the new Live from Paisley Park concert series.

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First Avenue to host first in-person event since the pandemic began

The storied venue will host its annual Halloween part on Oct. 31.

Elton John

Elton John announces new St. Paul concert dates — again

After the pandemic interrupted his extended farewell tour, the superstar has announced new dates for 2022.

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Check out 'Cosmic Day,' a previously unreleased Prince track

It'll be included on a reissue of "Sign o' the Times"

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What Minnesota's face mask mandate means for performers

Minnesota's face mask mandate went into effect on Saturday, July 24.

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TikTok users are now free to put Prince's music in their videos

The late star's full catalog is available on the video app.

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Mayo Clinic's famous singing surgeons bid farewell to Rochester

Elvis Francois and William Robinson are becoming household names.

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The Ordway's President and CEO is leaving for California

Jamie Grant has been in charge at the St. Paul theater since 2016.

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2020 Music in the Zoo season canceled due to coronavirus

It's the first time it's been canceled in its history.

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Watch: No hockey, so Minnesota Wild produce epic music video

Mats Zuccarello's stare from the back of a motorcycle is oddly satisfying.

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Rage Against The Machine announces rearranged Minneapolis dates

The original shows were postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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Ordway announces shows for its 2020-21 Broadway Season

It will kick off with Beauty and the Beast on December 1.

Nachito Herrera

Acclaimed Twin Cities piano virtuoso in hospital with coronavirus

The Dakota jazz club says Nachito Herrera is "very ill."

Fifth Element, record store owned by RhymeSayers

Fifth Element, record store owned by Rhymesayers, to close down

Fans of the label will still be able to shop online, though.