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Clyde Iron Works Posts

Breanne Marie & the Front Porch Sinners – “Salt in the Snow”

New music video from Duluth’s Breanne Marie & the Front Porch Sinners, shot at Ely’s Peak and Clyde Iron Works with Kevin Jacobsen.

The band plays Feb. 16 at Klockow Brewing Company in Grand Rapids and March 8 at Blacklist Artisan Ales in Duluth.

Clyde Iron Works ad from 1927

1927 Clyde Iron Works Duluth Ad 1

From pages 162 and 163 of The Road Builders Catalog Directory, 1927.

Going to build buildings?

Build Buildings - Clyde Iron Works - Engineering News-Record Magazine

Ad from the Nov. 30, 1944 issue of Engineering News-Record.

Homegrown at Clyde Iron Works Log

11:15 a.m. – Contrary to rumors, there is no sign of campers at Clyde. (Via: Christa Lawler @DNTAnE)

2 p.m. – Trampled by Turtles plays Live in Studio A on KUMD 103.3 FM with Christine Dean. The band plays “Midnight on the Interstate” live in the studio, interrupted by a test of the emergency alert tone. Second song — “Alone.” Third song — “The Calm and the Crying Wind.”

2:28 p.m. – About 30 people in line at Clyde.

2:50 p.m. – The line starts getting long.

3:30 p.m. Over 400 wristbands distributed. About 600 left. No more line to wait in. Easy process.

4:44 p.m. About 200 wristbands are left. (via J.J. Lee @CarefullyWorded)

5 p.m. Bill Flannagan, the Moon is Down, Batteries and Lookdown Moon live on a two-hour episode of The Local on KUMD.

6:30 p.m. Doors open at Clyde.

7 p.m. About 100 wristbands still available at showtime. Equal Xchange plays an impressive set, but most people aren’t paying attention.

8 p.m. Father Hennepin is in top form. By the way, Starfire hasn’t worn that coat since 1999.

9:15ish Trampled by Turtles start. Things get fuzzy.

Clyde Iron Rant

I don’t necessarily think this is the forum to rip into a local business, but I have to ask fellow PDDers about their experience with the quality of food and service at Clyde Iron Works. I’ve seen a couple great shows there — TBT earlier this summer, and Brandi Carlile last night. The venue itself is truly great, as is the building, but we have yet to have anything to eat there that didn’t leave us with a bad taste in our mouth, figuratively speaking.

“Security” @ Clyde Iron

Did anyone have any trouble with the Security team at Clyde Iron Works during the Trampled by Turtles show Wednesday night? I am not referring to the police, rather the goons in the black T-shirts. I saw them being pretty heavy handed on several occasions without much cause. Just curious if anyone else noticed or had a problem. The show itself was a lot of fun.

Hollywood Undead and Brandi Carlile at Clyde Iron Works

Wednesday, July 13, 5 p.m. — Hollywood Undead
General admission tickets are $27.50 in advance; day-of-show tickets cost $30. Applicable fees may apply. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 13, at 10 a.m., and can be purchased at Clyde Iron Works, the Electric Fetus or via phone at 1-800-514-3849 or online at JadePresents.com. Doors open at 4 p.m.; this is an all-ages performance and will be held outdoors rain or shine.

Sunday, August 14, 8 p.m. — Brandi Carlile
Tickets are general admission and cost $27.50 in advance and $30 day of show. Applicable fees may apply; a $1 charitable donation is included. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 6, at 10 a.m., and can be purchased via phone at 800-514-3849 or online at JadePresents.com. Doors open at 7 p.m.; this is an all-ages performance.

Spin Collective at Clyde Iron Works with Paul Broman and Kevin Craig

Video by Timothy Johnson

Rocking Out Autism at Clyde Iron Works

The Autism Association of Northern Minnesota is hosting its annual “Rocking Out Autism” benefit concert at Clyde Iron Works on April 10. Doors open at 7 pm. This all-ages show will feature Retribution Gospel Choir, Uprising, Eeriearq and the What Four. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Advance tickets can be purchased at Music-Go-Round, Goin’ Postal or online at autismassociationofnorthernmn.org. All proceeds will benefit the Autism Association of Northern Minnesota and its mission to raise awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorders and provide support for people on the autism spectrum and their friends and families here in the Northland.

G. Love & Special Sauce at Clyde Iron Works on April 27

G Love & Specials SauceFirst Ave. is announcing G. Love and Special Sauce with special guests The Belle Brigade will be performing at Clyde Iron in Duluth on Wednesday, April 27, 2011. Tickets on sale this Saturday, January 29 at 10:00am.  I am assuming via Ticket Master but I do not see that show listed as of yet on ticketmaster.com.

“G. Love’s new album, Fixin’ To Die, is set for release on February 22nd on Brushfire Records. Recorded at Echo Mountain Studios in Asheville, NC, and produced by Scott and Seth Avett (The Avett Brothers), this new body of work is arguably G. Love’s most sincere and candid work to date.”

Read More at www.first-avenue.com

Randy Lee Big Time Jazz Orchestra at Clyde Iron

This is powerful  Latin music from Chick Corea, the Stan Kenton Band, and others, displaying influences from samba, bossa nova, Afro-Cuban and more. Hear Kenton’s  “Malaguena” (ala bullfighters), throw in a funk tune and a few mellow  songs and you’ve got a great program. This full concert will raise money for Community Action Duluth’s Circles of Support to build connections and relationships across race and class lines in Duluth.

Thursday, Feb. 3. 7:30 pm at Clyde Iron, 2920 W Michigan St.

Tickets are available at the door, $5 for students and seniors and $8 for everyone else. See you there.

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?

Benefit Concert for Lake Superior Youth Chorus at Clyde Iron Works

Pizza buffet dinner and concert to benefit the Lake Superior Youth Chorus (LSYC) on Sunday, October 3rd @ Clyde Iron Works. The concert features performances by Sarah Lawrence & Cal Metts, Bill Bastian, UMD Vocal Jazz alumni in “Port Authority,” LSYC alumni and friends, and MORE! Come out for pizza and a night of great music to help support the Youth Chorus.

Pizza from 6-7 pm. Concert at 7 pm.

Tickets for sale at Clyde Iron Works or by calling (218)591-3515. $25 ($15 is tax-deductible)

Clyde Iron Works, 2920 W. Michigan Street, Duluth, MN 55806

Visit www.lsyouthchorus.org for more information

Connect the Dots!

Join your friends and neighbors for Duluth LISC and the At Home in Duluth Collaborative’s fourth annual Neighborhood Celebration on Saturday, Oct. 2.

The event opens at Clyde Iron Works (2920 W. Michigan St.) with a free breakfast from 8:30 – 9:45 am, and features a program starting at 10:45 am, during which five Duluth Neighborhood Heroes will be honored. Along with free entertainment, childcare and fun activities, and transportation, attendees can visit dozens of resource tables, offering valuable information and tips from community-minded businesses and organizations from 8:30 am to noon.

The public is warmly invited to this free, family-oriented event. Together, we’ll celebrate successes — past, present and future — in Duluth’s five core neighborhoods: East Hillside, Central Hillside, Lincoln Park, West Duluth and Morgan Park. To make childcare or transportation reservations, call Duluth LISC at 727-7761.

Upcoming Concerts at Clyde Iron Works

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