CHORAL & FOLK
September 5, 2014
The Bridge Brothers are an exciting duo from the St. Cloud area that is ready to entertain! Whether you enjoy drums and electric instruments for a rocking show, or just acoustic instruments for a smaller setting, they accommodate.
Made up of members from Diamondback, Sweet Siren, BLT (Bill Lommel Trio), Whiskey Plates, and Chaser they play a wide variety of genres and styles from the 60’s to today ...More
September 6, 2014
Paul’s music combines American blues, folk, rock, and country. He writes his own songs and is excited about sharing his music with English-speaking audiences. ...More
September 19, 2014
French-born, Swiss-raised, UK-resident guitarist Claude Bourbon calls his music “Spanish and medieval blues.” So it’s no surprise that his fingerstyle playing is ...More
September 26, 2014
Paul “Stretch” Diethelm is the lead guitarist of The Fabulous Armadillos as well as guitarist and vocals for Slip Twister. He’s a full-time musician ...More
September 26, 2014
Singer-songwriter-guitarist Kevin Higgins and singer-keyboardist Barbara Malteze are “Ghosts of the American Road,” performing a kind of Americana they characterize as ...More
Presented by The Rose Ensemble at Bethlehem Lutheran Church
October 5, 2014
Return to America’s folk roots: rousing hymns, Appalachian foot-stomping songs, Southern Harmony shape-note singing, and Shaker spirituals--the music that gave birth to ...More
December 9-December 10, 2014
Back by popular demand, after their three sold out shows here at the Paramount in 2012.
December 29-December 30, 2014
Back for their 13th consecutive performance as the finale of their nationwide holiday tour, Tonic-Sol-Fa has carved a niche as one of the nation’s top vocal groups. In the ...More
|St Mary's Cathedral Block Party|
One of the largest silent auctions in St Cloud Area, Games for kids, Inflatables,Bingo, used Book sale, great food, Live Music and a beer garden.
Outdoor Mass: 4:00pm
Harper’s Chord: 5:30pm
Stearns County Pachanga Society: 7:00pm
Slip Twister: 8:30pm
|St Mary's Cathedral||09/06/14||St. Cloud|
With roots planted in Central Minnesota, just on the edge of the western prairies, Chris Laumb has drawn his music and songwriting from the landscapes and people around him. At times pulling at the heartstrings with songs about the embattled small town farmer and the joys of courting a girl from the trailer park, Chris interlaces the stories, the pain and humor of our American lives. Chris cut his teeth playing blues-influenced rock in the bar scene of the 1990′s, but looking for more...
|Pioneer Place Theatre Company||09/27/14||St. Cloud|
Dan Newton, of nationally renowned Cafe Accordion Orchestra fame, will perform his eclectic French and world music-inspired solo act with a squeeze box. Turn out for this, and maybe we'll see the full Cafe Accordion band here next year! Sponsored by the City of Elk River
|Great River Regional Library System||10/09/14||Elk River|
A return engagement by multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, sideman, and band-leader David Bromberg. Bromberg’s roots go back to the Greenwich Village folk revival scene, and since then he has played with everyone from Jerry Jeff Walker and Jorma Kaukonnen to Jerry Garcia, Willie Nelson, and Bob Dylan. The Pioneer Place stage offers a close-up view of this living legend.
|Granite City Folk Society||10/12/14||Saint Cloud|
|Karen Savoca & Pete Heitzman|
Grit and sensitivity. Percussion and groove. Karen Savoca and Pete Heitzman are sinuous as two skaters gliding on ice as they play across soul, r&b, roots and world rhythms, conjuring a communion between audience and stage.
|Granite City Folk Society||10/24/14||St. Cloud|
Three life-long friends from the small town of Como, Mississippi will fill the Sacred Heart Chapel with the deep, soulful and rich sounds of Southern gospel.
|CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series||02/07/15||Saint Joseph|
|The Kingston Trio|
In 1957 The Kingston Trio emerged from San Francisco’s North Beach club scene to take the country by storm, bringing the rich tradition of American folk music into the mainstream for the first time. During the late 50s & early 60s, the Trio enjoyed unprecedented record sales and worldwide fame, while influencing the musical tastes of a generation.
|Paramount Theatre and Visual Arts Center||03/06/15||Saint Cloud|
|Cherish the Ladies|
We're all Irish on St. Patrick's Day!
|CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series||03/14/15||Collegeville|