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Women’s History Month: Minnesota music memories

In honor of Women’s History Month, we asked a few women who are legends-in-their-own-time on the Minnesota music scene to share their favorite local music memories. Laurie Lindeen, Zuzu’s Petals I have many great Minnesota women-specific music memories.  Playing with Babes in Toyland, L7, Smut, Dutch Oven, Tina & the B-side Movement, and the Lunachicks come […]

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Lizzo—at last!—and other Minnesota album releases this week

Têtes Noires: The New American Dream reissue Active in the mid-80s, Têtes Noires—who regard themselves as Minneapolis’s “first all-female rock band”—were contemporaries of the Replacements, but sang in multi-part vocal harmonies that sounded more like the Andrews Sisters. Three decades later, Têtes Noires are back with a reissue of their 1984 album American Dream, now called […]

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