Kate and I spent the evening at Northland Country Club for the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial fundraising event.
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Duluth’s Rachael Kilgour released a new three-song digital EP (Whistleblower’s Manifesto: Songs for a New Revolution) and music video last week — and also was profiled in City Pages. The video was produced by Trent Waterman and Adeline Wright.
Breanne Marie Six Strings of Peace & Sanity (Jan. 1) Recorded, mixed and mastered by Eric Swanson at Sacred Heart Studios Duck Duck Punch Human Chemistry Truth No. (Jan. 15) Liner note information not available yet; help out in the comments, please Dave Mehling Broke Heart Songs (EP) (Jan. 19) Produced by Dave Mehling and [...]
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Here’s a sampling of what you have to look forward to this week on the PDD Calendar. Where can you learn about making beer, flat track roller derby, and Norse deities getting busy with it? Nerd Nite, of course, all on Tuesday night at the Teatro Zuccone. Make clever puns about “irony” at the Duluth [...]
It’s available now on Bandcamp, and you can name your price.
Happy 44th birthday, Starfire Notes from the 2012 Homegrown Steering Committee Although the annual Homegrown Music Festival continues to grow each year to more ridiculous proportions, there are still scores of Duluthians who have no idea the event exists. That’s probably for the better, because if some of those people found out they might try [...]
Video by Trent Waterman for the North Shore Sessions.
The Hope CD, a fund-raising album, is available at Super One Grocery Stores in Duluth, Superior, Two Harbors and Cloquet at the service counters, and also at Duluth Grill. The singers/musicians on the album are James Moors, Andy Elwell, Sara Thomsen, Kim Storm, Rachael Kilgour, Jane Aas, Bill and Kate Isles, Josh Revak, and Peter [...]
Loaves & Fishes and Jefferson Street neighbors are throwing a block party and you’re invited! Sunday, Aug. 14 · 4 to 7 p.m. 1700 block of Jefferson Street (in Duluth)
Join hundreds of marriage equality supporters at Leif Erikson Park Monday, July 4, from 1-3 p.m. The event is organized by Duluth United for All Families and kicks off a 17-month campaign to defeat the amendment banning recognition of marriage for LGBT couples in Minnesota. A walk along the Lakewalk to Bayfront Park begins at [...]
The third Duluth Does Dylan album will be released on Friday, May 27. The release party is at Rex Bar. All profit from Friday’s door at the Rex will be donated to the Norshor Theatre renovation, and CD profits will go to the Bob Dylan Way Cultural Pathway effort. Show tickets are available at the [...]
To Brian Barber of PDD for helping with our posts and donating artwork. To Claire for the books – and all the SA donors – Sharla, Joan, Diane, 4th St Lube, everyone. To Steve O’Neil for helping in the kitchen!!! To the Spin Collective for wowing everyone. To the fabulous musicians Terrrol and Jane, Dirty [...]
Thursday, Nov. 18, 7pm UMD Library, 4th floor Michael Nelson will share some interesting essays from his newly edited book on the ethics of climate change. The book has essays from a wide range of thinkers … Wendell Berry to bell hooks to Barbara Kingslover. There will be lively discussion and music from Duluth’s own [...]
Thursday, July 29 | 10pm | Pizza Lucé Local musicians perform the music of Tom Waits to benefit the hikers detained in Iran. The lineup will include Coyote, Bill and Kate Isles, Rachael Kilgour, Tony Bennett, the Tico Three, Dave Mehling, James Moors, Jim Hall, Charity Huot and the Mark Anderson Trio. Cover charge: $10, [...]
Wednesday is the last day to buy advance tickets online. Thursday May 27, 2010, 7 PM Sacred Heart Music Center $10 advance/ $12 at the door Tickets online at sacredheartmusic.org or at the Electric Fetus Scheduled to appear: Rich Mattson, Father Hennepin, Bill & Kate Isles, Rachael Kilgour & Adeline Wright, Matt Ray and Those [...]
Rick Boo is totally comfortable with this song. It is not sitting well with him.
No, I haven’t formed an angry heavy-metal band, although this photo might suggest otherwise. I’m hosting three happy hour events at Teatro Zuccone. Each show features a special guest performer (or member of my angry band). All three shows are on Wednesdays. They all start at 6 p.m. and will be over by 7 p.m. [...]