Doomtree vs. Martin Sexton

Clyde Iron Works announced Thursday that Rhymesayers hip-hip group Doomtree will be playing at the Duluth venue on at 9pm on Jan. 29. Tickets go on sale Monday for $16. This is the Minneapolis group’s second Duluth performance in four months; it played UMD this past September.

Also playing Duluth on Jan. 29, is singer-songwriter Martin Sexton. Sexton was originally booked to play Clyde Iron but the concert was moved to St. Scholastica’s Mitchell Auditorium a few weeks ago. Joanna Mosca is opening the show and tickets are currently on sale for $20.

Which are you going to see?

9 Comments

rykwon

about 11 years ago

Doomtree is not a Rhymesayers group...they are their own label

jj

about 11 years ago

Why did all the events originally scheduled for Clyde the Martin Sexton and Louie Anderson get moved, a falling out with Jade Presents or just a need for a different venue?

Ralph

about 11 years ago

Doomtree. Hands down. Old and bad pic of Dessa Darling above. She is looking smoking these days.

B-man

about 11 years ago

I'll be at Martin Sexton, mostly because I bought tickets before Doomtree announced this show.  

Maybe I can swing both, the Sexton show starts @ 8 so he will be on from 9-10:30, the Doomtree starts at 9 so after the 22 opening acts the headliners will be on at 11.

ted romeo

about 11 years ago

Good lookin out, rykwon.

ae

about 11 years ago

Oh Yes. Martin Sexton.

bluenewt

about 11 years ago

Why would someone spend $50 for a couple of concert tickets and then spend the concert texting? 

Maybe the guy  next to me was waiting for an organ transplant, and had to flash his cell phone in my face every couple of minutes in case this was his spleen finally arriving. 

Is this just how it is at concerts now? In a dark theater, as the performer achieves an intense mood, you just have to tolerate a flash of light in your face and the ticky ticky ticky of the dip next to you saying "nuthin just at a concert" to his friend?

ms dean

about 11 years ago

The Martin Sexton show was sold out and full of enthusiastic fans.  How was Doomtree?

Michael Latsch

about 11 years ago

I don't believe the Doomtree show was sold out, but it was great and attracted a lot of enthusiasm.

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