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Thursday, February 13
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7:30pm
21+ SHOW


Called “one of the most brilliant songwriters to emerge from the Twin Cities in nearly two decades” by southernminn.com, Doug Collins’ hooky mix of Beatle-esque pop and classic country are highlighted in his energetic shows (both solo and with his crack band, the Receptionists), soulful singing, and honest, emotional songs. His last two CDs were voted “Best of the Year” by the Minneapolis Star Tribune and his most recent, Good Sad News, was was voted #3 best American release in Spain by Ruta66 Magazine.

Doug Collins – vocals, guitar
Chuck Varley – bass, vocals
Bill Dankert – drums, vocals

James Loney has been writing music for over 30 years. From fronting House of Mirrors to his new side project Lolo’s Ghost, his journey has been filled with the usual ups and downs of the music business.

From recording an album at Prince’s revered Paisley Park in the late ’80s (which never saw the light of day) to having his “Book About Dreams” included in two different major motion pictures (Just Write with Jeremy Piven and Kirsten Dunst’s Lucky Town Blues).

For the last three years he has been fronting his Midnight Troubadours, featuring such local luminaries as Robert Wilkinson, Curtiss A , Monty Lee Wilkes, Steve Dupuis, Terry Isachsen, Kirk Hall, and Paul McFarland. Lolo’s Ghost is a collection of songs unlike anything Loney has done before. Understated and stark, these songs pull on the listener’s heartstrings while engaging the listener’s mind.

Anderson Daniels has a drive to be a voice in Country Music that serves as the pioneer for his early career success. At 22, he stepped into Sound Stage Studios on Music Row to record his first studio project with Century Music Group in Nashville, TN. Upon the independent release in May of 2018, Anderson's debut EP Heartland peaked at #18 on the iTunes Country Charts and continues to connect with country music fans across the nation. Anderson was awarded New Artist of the Year at the 2019 Midwest Country Music Association Awards and summed up his acceptance speech with a big statement - "We're just getting warmed up." As a Champlin, MN native, Anderson continues to play shows and tour across the heartland of this country.