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Moore by Four Live Stream – Free Show

MOORE BY FOUR quickly established themselves as a fixture on the Twin Cities music scene when the group was created in 1986 at Ruby's Cabaret in Minneapolis. The group performed sold out concerts at the Guthrie and Fitzgerald Theaters and went on to tour Europe and Japan, sharing concert billing with Harry Connick, Jr., Joe […]

Twin Cities Seven Livestream – Free Show

The Twin Cities Seven features some of the best TC musicians performing  everything from early jazz to hard swing to trad to contemporary,  They perform at jazz festivals, concerts and many venues including the Dakota. Doug Haining -Saxophone and Clarinet Dave Graf -Trombone Steve Wright -Trumpet Phil Aaron -Piano David Singley –Guitar Steve Pikal –Bass […]

The Larry McDonough Sextet: Kind of Blue Revisited Livestream – Free Show

The Larry McDonough Sextet will celebrate the birthday of Miles Davis, born on May 26, 1926, as well as the release of the legendary Miles Davis album Kind of Blue. Larry McDonough is a St. Paul based jazz pianist and singer, performing around the Twin Cities and elsewhere.  Larry has recorded with his group The […]

Midnight Love Livestream – Free Show

The band Midnight Love was created by saxophonist Peter Vircks to feature a classic tenor sax and trombone frontline, vintage keyboard sounds and a funky rare groove setting with a romantic bent. It was a means to get a specific group of people together – his close musical comrades from different organizations that would shake hands […]

Isaiah Collier & The Chosen Few Livestream – Free Show

22-year-old soprano and tenor saxophonist Isaiah Collier sound and approach is drawn from the influences of jazz masters such as John Coltrane, Roscoe Mitchell, Wayne Shorter, Ari Brown and Gene Ammons. Isaiah’s newest album, Cosmic Transitions, flows with moments of stillness and others of chaos from one movement into the next.  Each part representing a […]

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