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On sale Thursday, October 1, 2020, 10:00 AM
OUTDOORS, SEATING IS SOCIALLY DISTANCED
We appreciate you purchasing a ticket and wanting to come and support live music. Moreover, we appreciate your patience as we navigate these weird times.
Due to the very limited capacity, we are suggesting a food and beverage minimum of (2) drinks or a plate of food purchased by each guest. This is not required; however, this what allows icehouse to stay afloat and continue to host shows.
While we appreciate the purchase of the base cover charge, that money simply covers the cost to put the show on and pay the artists. We still need to cover the cost of our great staff and keep our lights on. We hope the community will continue to value what Icehouse uniquely provides, and show us some love so we can make it to the other side of this together!
Please click the link below to pre-purchase a food and beverage credit to be used the night of show and during any subsequent visit. If you are not able to purchase this in advance, we still look forward to seeing you at the show and hope you consider this when attending show.
Thank you for your consideration.
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Simon Recordings is proud to announce the release of Can’t Go Back, the debut album of the new Cosmic American trio Turn Turn Turn.
Turn Turn Turn is a trio who bonded over their mutual love of close harmony 60s and 70s country, folk, and pop music and formed an original Americana band. To create their distinctive sound, the band “turns” to the distant past of early American recorded music, “turns” again to that renaissance of the 1960s and 1970s, and finally “turns” again to the present looking forward.
Members Adam Levy (guitar, vocals), Savannah Smith (guitar, vocals) and Barb Brynstad (bass, vocals) are all mainstays of the Minnesota music scene and together craft an infectious, pop-infused Americana.
Even though Turn Turn Turn was born as a cover band, the group's original material – sweetheart alt-country folk-pop with a smattering of soulful strut – quickly stole the spotlight. (Imagine if Emmylou Harris recruited The Beatles to form her house band with the Mamas & the Papas on backing vocals, and they asked Sly Stone to sit in for a song or two.) The band recently recorded an album at the state-of-the-art Zoo School Studio in pastoral St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, engineered by Jason Shannon. The result is 12 masterfully constructed songs that showcase Levy’s adept soul/folk/country guitar playing and the band's supernatural harmonies.
When the members of Turn Turn Turn sing together, their voices – each with a distinctive timbre and complementary range – blend in a delectable, cosmic way, forming a rootsy, Laurel Canyon-inspired sound that is both distinctive and familiar.