The University of Wisconsin-Superior Alumni Association hosts its annual An Evening of Wine and Jazz event. Proceeds benefit UW-Superior students through scholarships, program support and more. The event begins with a wine and craft beer tasting and features live jazz music by the Greg Kehl Moore Quintet. Hors d'oeuvres and desserts will also be available. Tickets are $25 in advance and a limited number of tickets will be available at the door for $35. Attendees will each receive a collectible…
Alyssa Johnson will have a booth filled with local photography (prints, metal mounts, cards) and Kyle Ollah will be playing music from 5 to 6 p.m. Blacklist Beer will also be serving happy-hour specials.
The Duluth Transit Authority hosts the “Transit Tunes” live-music series at the Duluth Transportation Center in downtown Duluth on Fridays during April. Sonofmel, aka John Adler, performs on April 26. The DTA encourages citizens from across the Twin Ports to explore the state-of-the-art facility that opened in 2016. At the end of the month, ride the DTA’s new trolley bus which is the official shuttle for the 2019 Homegrown Music Festival on May 2 in Superior and May 3 and…
Beaner’s Central celebrates the release of "One Week Live, Volume 17" on April 26 and 27. The CD includes the live recording from Beaner's annual gathering of regional, national and international acts. The April 26 all ages concert features performances by A Band Called Truman, Plucked Up String Band and Jacob Mahon & the Salty Dogs. Tickets are $6 and include a free "One Week Live Vol. 17" CD.
The College of St. Scholastica’s choirs wrap up their performance season with a concert reflecting on the importance of gratitude. “For Most This Amazing Day” will feature the St. Scholastica Concert Choir, Bella Voce, Vox Anima and Cantus Corde. The choirs will take a moment to reflect on the everyday intricacies of life in the spirit of gratitude. The concert will feature pieces from the Baltic region, Scandinavia, and folk traditions throughout the world, with works by Esenvalds, Rheinberger, Szymko,…
An event every week that begins at 5:00pm on Saturday, repeating indefinitely
KUMD 103.3 FM's Highway 61 Revisited is a one-hour radio program dedicated to Bob Dylan’s music, airing weekly on Saturdays and Mondays at 5 p.m. Host Miriam Hanson presents Dylan’s music, including live and studio performances as well as different versions of his songs performed by other artists. The program was launched by John Bushey, who hosted it for 25 years. He died in February 2018 after a long battle with Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Beaner’s Central celebrates the release of "One Week Live, Volume 17" on April 26 and 27. The CD includes the live recording from Beaner's annual gathering of regional, national and international acts. The April 27 all ages concert features performances by One Less Guest, Ten Crow Moon and Woodblind. Tickets are $6 and include a free "One Week Live Vol. 17" CD.
A special evening of sacred sounds, music and drumming. Andrea Sullivan from Minneapolis with be offering her voice and Kirtan chants. Also: the singing and drumming of Ogimaa Wab and the flute playing of Ron Ayers.
A Masterworks concert featuring symphony orchestra and choral ensembles. “The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace” was written by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins in 1999. One of the most popular modern works for chorus and orchestra, this daring and energetic piece features poetry and sacred texts from a variety of times and traditions, reflecting on the anguish of war and the promise of peace.