Coming in Like a Lion With Your Complete Concert Calendar: March 7-13
Pretty much all the live music you can catch in the Twin Cities this week.
12:00 PM CST on March 7, 2023
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Tuesday, March 7
- Huhroon, sahn and ech0astral @ 7th St Entry — A great little sampler of up-and-coming local musicians courtesy of Carbon Sound, the Current’s Black music stream. Huhroon cut his teeth as a teen spoken word artist, but in his short time recording he's already audibly progressing—his latest single, "PEPPERMYNT” is more plaintive and straightforward and nuanced than the two cuts on his 2021 EP ICEPACK. Huhroon is clearly fascinated with the weirding possibilities of Auto-Tune, as is Cedar-Riverside vocalist sahn, judging by his singles “VILLAINOUS.” and "DREAM." (Lotta ALL CAPS with these fellas.)
Wednesday, March 8
Thursday, March 9
- Kris Davis’s Diatom Ribbons and Davis/Taborn Duo @ Walker Art Center—FEATURED IN THIS WEEK'S EVENT HORIZON
Friday, March 10
- Munson-Hicks Party Supplies @ Dakota—In 2020, bittersweetly seriocomic piano man Dylan Hicks (largely) handed the mic over to John Munson of Semisonic (and then some), in whose voice Hicks’s stories of wrong turns taken and second thoughts re-thunk take on a slightly different shade of wistful. But as you'll recall, that wasn't the best time to play live shows, so this belated showcase of their self-titled album together is something to look forward to.
Saturday, March 11
- Bonnie "Prince" Billy and Jon Langford @ Cedar Cultural Center—FEATURED IN THIS WEEK'S EVENT HORIZON
Sunday, March 12
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