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Gabriel Douglas, Erik Berry, Fever Dream to play benefit for ailing Duluth woman


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Gabriel Douglas (the 4onthefloor), Erik Berry (Trampled By Turtles), and Fever Dream will play an upcoming benefit show for a Duluth woman who’s undergoing treatment for a kidney disease. The benefit and silent auction for Duluth native Erica Rodriguez is being held at the Red Herring Lounge this Sunday, Dec. 27, at 7 p.m. Rodriguez was diagnosed with a kidney…

Duluth Homegrown Music Festival coming to the University of Minnesota


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For one night only, this Friday the Duluth Homegrown Music Festival will bring its “up north” vibes down to Minneapolis for an evening of music at the University of Minnesota’s Whole Music Club at Coffman Memorial Union. Performers will include Mary Bue, Dad’s Acid, Cherry Cola, and Unknown Creatures. The annual Duluth Homegrown Festival started…

Blood on the Tracks Express: Celebrating Bob Dylan on rails from Duluth to Two Harbors


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One of Duluth’s most unique musical events, the Blood on the Tracks Express, took place on Thursday evening on a train, and you’ve probably never heard of it. The sold-out Blood on the Tracks Express is part of the Duluth Dylan Fest, a celebration of Bob Dylan’s birthday, making this its fifth year on the rails. The…

Iron Range Invasion: Duluth Homegrown Festival ventures to Virginia


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The Duluth Homegrown Festival is branching out to Virginia—as in Virginia, Minnesota—on March 27 for a one-night mini-festival called the “Iron Range Invasion.” The Invasion is free to the public, featuring eight bands at three different venues and “a mix from acoustic folk to punk rock.” The event will serve as a (relatively) modest precursor to…