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Dancing in ‘The Dead’ of Winter featuring The Jones Gang with Brass Messengers

$10/15

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Date:
February 4
Time:
8:30 PM
Cost:
$10/15
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Venue

The Hook and Ladder Theater
3010 Minnehaha Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55406 United States
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Website:
https://thehookmpls.com
Dancing in 'The Dead' of Winter featuring The Jones Gang with guests The Brass Messengers - Friday, February 4 - The Hook and Ladder Theater

Nobool Presents

Dancing in ‘The Dead’ of Winter 

featuring The Jones Gang with guests The Brass Messengers

Friday, February 4

The Hook and Ladder Theater
Doors 8:00pm :: Music 8:30pm :: 21+
General Admission*: $ 8 EARLY / $10 ADV / $15 DOS
*Does not include fees
NO REFUNDS

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The Jones Gang
Minneapolis’s Finest Grateful Dead Tribute Band Ever! First Show Was June 1996. Originally Stu Allen on Jerry, currently McGanahan Skjellyfetti- lead guitar and vocals, Jim Hinkley – rhythm guitar and vocals, Lee Leonard – bass and vocals, Leif Rasmussen – drums and spacial effects, John Wolfe – keyboards and vocals, Ann Hicks – vocals

Brass Messengers
The Brass Messengers are a Minneapolis street band playing mostly original music inspired by global sources. The BMs formed from the annual rubble of of the Heart of the Beast Mayday Parade and Ceremony in Minneapolis.  The musical origins were found in the music of Africa, the Carribean and Balkans, but now the BMs play whatever works. But mostly, it is an original music that rises from the heart of the band that can only be described as a homegrown Minneapolis street music sound.

Set Times
8:00pm – Doors
8:30pm – Set 1 – The Jones Gang
10pm – Brass Messengers
11pm – Set 2 – The Jones Gang with Brass Messengers


This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.