Mary Bue has been all over the place, creating music, putting out albums and starting a yoga studio. All before she turns 21 this Friday. 😉 Catch the release party for the release of The Majesty of Beasts, a very personal project for Bue.
If you haven’t had a chance to check out her music, this is a great chance! If you want to visit Duluth on Saturday you get a second chance or a second time to see her.
Mary Bue EP Release Mpls w/ Gabriel Douglas & Timbre Ghost at Icehouse. Friday 5/12
Mary Bue EP Party Duluth w/ Paul Fonfara & Ingeborg von Agassiz at Red Herring Lounge. Saturday 5/13
Check out all her great music on Bandcamp.
TRAMPLED BY TURTLES with HIPPO CAMPUS, THE CACTUS BLOSSOMS and THE PINES
By Rebecca Marx, Photo Credit Jason Kokal/JLK Images
To say that Mary Bue is a mover and a shaker is a very literal statement, since the 2015 release of her grunge punk masterpiece Holy Bones, the musician’s career has been speeding along at a heady pace. This spring the Duluth based Bue pulled up stakes, making the move south to Minneapolis. Rift caught up with her to find out just how the transition is coming along. Continue reading
Duluth’s Homegrown Music Festival is celebrating its 18th Anniversary by going on the road and taking over the Turf Club for the official Duluth Homegrown Music Festival Pre-Party featuring performances from:
The Social Animals
The Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank
Doors at 8pm | Music at 9pm | $8
Presented by The Current
The Duluth Homegrown Music Festival starts the following weekend and lasts for 8 whole days (May 1 – May 8) and features more than 190 bands playing at 30+ venues. Order your pre-sale tickets here: http://www.duluthhomegrown.org/t-shirt-and-ticket-pre-sale-now-open/
Homegrown Music Festival is Duluth’s annual showcase of local music. It began as a simple birthday party with a handful of bands and a bunch of beer. The festival now features nearly 200 musical acts, along with a few poets, filmmakers, firespinners and other artists…and a bunch of beer. For more info check out www.duluthhomegrown.org
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Luke Redfield brings us a new batch of soul bearing folk music. With the release of Uncover the Magic at Icehouse this week he hits the road for a stretch.
By: Brandon Henry
Woodblind’s 7” record with “Big Voice” and “Working Man” is a unique blend of folk and ska that is nothing but fun. There’s an ease to listening to these songs like a summer afternoon spent skipping stones on the water. Continue reading