The Grand Center for Arts & Culture (GCAC), located in downtown New Ulm, is an operating art center, featuring an art gallery, arts education space, and The Grand Kabaret, a unique music venue with bar & restaurant service. With free, live music virtually every Friday and Saturday st…
Few artists have graced the Paradise Center for the Arts’ stage as often as comedian C. Willi Myles has. With his special brand of feel-good comedy, it’s no wonder he has returned to Faribault for the fourth time.
The mustache has always made a statement. Whether that statement was one of manliness — like Tom Selleck’s — or a smooth sense of style — like Sammy Davis Jr’s — a mustache always gets noticed.
Let’s face it, ladies. There are few things more fun that laughing it up with the girls, glass of wine in hand.
For Jeff McCosky, the rhythm guitarist and one of the lead vocalists in Playback, there is usually just one goal in mind during each performance: ensure the audience and band are both having a good time.
Ivan Whillock, one of the founders of both the band Jivin’ Ivan and the Kings of Swing and the Swing Into Spring event, says that, for him, swing music has always been synonymous with dancing music: “The music is, by nature, toe-tapping stuff that begs you move to its rhythm.”
It’s hard to get lost in downtown Faribault’s six straight blocks packed with shopping, restaurants and bars along Central Ave. Without having to venture more than a block in either direction, there’s plenty to do and see in downtown Faribault as its six blocks beckon back to the architectur…
Minneapolis-based musician Joe Fahey says, that for him, performing is all about connecting with the audience — which is why he integrates humor into a good portion of his songs.
OWATONNA — On Saturday night, music lovers in Owatonna have the opportunity to be transported back to a time where music was evolving and bands played songs of significance.
OWATONNA — It’s been three years since Owl City struck No. 1 with “Fireflies” and Adam Young listened to thousands of screaming fans at the Xcel Energy Center sing his hit song back to him.