Southern Resident Killer Whales Shows

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According to MPR's The Current, Minneapolis-based craft pop quartet Southern Resident Killer Whales "make an indelible mark, balancing quirky humor, clever slice-of-life observations, and raw emotion," delivering a musical style that sounds like a slightly offbeat Glen Hansard meets a slightly upbeat Morrisey. Joe Fahey is a Twin Cities legend, having played in a myriad of bands ranging from the 1980's "The Tangents" to his latest all-original ensemble, "Joe Fahey and the K-Tels." Joe is also fresh off his "Baker's Cousin" record, which contains what Americana UK called "Pithy yet perceptive views conveyed both gently and with verve." Music in this North Loop hotbeds starts immediately following the Twins game and only a couple of blocks from Target Field. Here's how it'll go down: 5:00 Joe Fahey and the K-Tels 6:30 or so: Southern Resident Killer Whales The show is free - join us on in Inbound's tasty open-air beer hall, grab a pint or three, and let the good vibes flow!!

Happy to finally celebrate the release of "Baker's Cousin" on March 25 (my birthday too) along with 2 great bands Southern Resident Killer Whales ( and Street Hassle ( Robert Christgau: Dean of American Rock Critics Joe Fahey: Baker’s Cousin (Rough Fish) “There’s a vaccine on the horizon/There’s a sunrise in the east,” the opener reports hopefully, but one-note melodies and $12 cocktails impinge as the insomnia that began with “that one election” never fully loosens its hold (“All Quiet on the Midwestern Front,” “Nobody’s Afraid of Ringo”) *** Consumer Guide: January, 2023 Saturday, March 25, 2023 7:00pm-10:30pm 7pm: Southern Resident Killers Whales 8pm: Street Hassle 9pm: Joe Fahey & Band Driftwood Char Bar 4415 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis

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