Fundraiser for Faribault’s Police Department with Street Talk

Saturday October 16th at 7:00pm.

Fundraiser for Faribault’s Police Department including presentations about the department, K-9 unit, and live music by Faribault’s own “Street Talk.” 100% of ticket sales go to Faribault’s Police Department for safety equipment and mental health concerns.

Joseph Hall’s Elvis Rock ‘N’ Remember

Friday, November 5th at 7:30 pm

Member $30/ Non-Member $35/ Student $20

Joseph Hall has performed all over the world and was a finalist on America’s Got Talent. He has won many awards throughout his career including the “Spirit of Elvis” award. He is officially endorsed by Elvis Presley Enterprises and is recognized as one of the top Elvis tribute artists in the world today. His goal is to capture the essence of Elvis Presley and to pay tribute to him with the utmost respect to his legacy, his music, his image, and above all else… his fans.

Fred the Bear & Friends

Saturday, November 13th at 7:30 pm

Member $20/ Non-Member $25/ Student $15

An evening of Bruce Springsteen Music

Join Fred the Bear as they gather some of Minnesota’s finest musician’s at the Paradise Center for the Arts for “The Music of Bruce Springsteen” on Saturday, November 13, 2021, at 7:30 PM. Patterned after their highly acclaimed 2019 Tom Petty tribute, this not to be missed event will sell out so get your tickets while you can

Rogue Valley – Chris Koza

Saturday, November 20th, at 7:30 PM

Member $20/ Non-Member $25/Student $15

Rogue Valley is a group from Minneapolis, Minnesota, whose music is rich in tone and texture in ways inspired by the landscape and history of the region. Crater Lake was the first of four albums self-released by the band. Songwriter/Composer Chris Koza wrote the album as an ode to Spring – and to be the first in a four-part series of full-length albums navigating the terrain of love, loss, and wanderlust, and each marked by the changing seasons. Following Crater Lake, Rogue Valley (drummer Luke Anderson, bassist/vocalist Linnea Mohn, guitarist/vocalist Peter Sieve, and keyboardist Joey Kantor) recorded and released three more full-length albums; all in the span of a single year. With Summer came The Bookseller’s House; with Autumn: Geese in the Flyway. And with Winter the band completed their concept-album-cycle with False Floors. Additional musicians on the albums include George Hadfield (bass), Ben Rosenbush (cello), and Kip Jones (violin). Initial writing and recording for these albums took place during the summer of 2009 and they were released beginning April 2010 through April 2011. The band released a 12-song vinyl compilation of a few tracks from each seasons-album in 2012.

Mick Sterling’s At Christmas

December 17th at 7:30 pm

Member $20/ Non-Member $25/ Student $15

At Christmas is a unique blend of family-fueled comedy and drama brilliantly written and performed by three alumni of Dudley Riggs Brave New Workshop, as well as a live, 6-piece band featuring one of the Twin Cities’ favorite front men, Mick Sterling, and A Brave New Workshop’s musical director, Peter Guertin. The presentation of At Christmas is wonderfully simple and minimal. What drives At Christmas are the stories and the music that will ring true with family members of all ages. The 90-minute show is a reflection of what the holidays are—funny, poignant, and heartwarmingly tender.

Kat Perkins

Sunday, December 19th at 5 PM

Member $25/ Non-Member $30/ Student $20

Kat Perkins grew up in Scranton, North Dakota surrounded by a family of musicians and quickly knew at a young age that performing is what she wanted to make her life career. After seeking as many opportunities as she could, including spending several summers as a main act on the Medora Musical stage, Kat followed her undeniable drive and passion for performing and moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota to pursue music on a more professional scale. She quickly gained the attention of the local Twin Cities music scene by taking stages in the several projects and bands she formed over the years. The most successful being her rock band, Scarlet Haze, which went to open for Bon Jovi, amongst working with some of the music industry’s most well-known acts.

Piano Man

Friday, January 7th at 7:30 pm

Member $20/ Non-Member $25/ Student $15

The music Chris produces is rooted in Americana but heeds its own spirit. Born out of the fold, country, storytelling, and rock ‘n roll, Chris both honors and builds on Americana traditions by incorporating a unique pop-music sensibility, subtle synthesizers, rich harmonies, and imaginative production choices. But despite late-night deep dives in the studio, Chris never strays from the core of the song itself and isn’t afraid to let a raw vocal and woodsy acoustic guitar deliver the story.

Roy Orbison Tribute

Saturday, January 15th at 2:00pm and 7:30 pm

Member $20/ Non-Member $25/ Student $15

Having always revered the classic legends of the 50s, 60 and ’70s, David K has sung them all with a passion. From the gravel of Joe Cocker to the high howls of Paul McCartney, he could hit the notes and stylize them. While successfully covering smooth ballads and performing classic rock, blues, pop, country, soul, and rockabilly, David’s mantra has always been, “It’s about the song, the great song, and singing it to its best.” Thus upon the historic loss of so many recent legends, with a melancholy look back at the finest tunes ever written, from The Beatles to Elvis, Roy Orbison stands tall with respect among them, and he had that respect from them. The Beatles, Stones, and Beach Boys all opened for Roy. Elvis said that Roy had the best voice in rock and roll. Roy is also heralded as one of the greatest songwriters of all time. “No matter how many times I sing Roy’s hits. they get me, touch me every time. It’s such an honor.” After decades of performing from his home in Minnesota to his 5 years in LA, 4 years in Texas, periodic singer-songwriting – recording and performing in Nashville, to NYC… from piano bars and solo shows to duo, trio and The David K Band in the Twin Cities… rendering an awesome tribute to Roy Orbison has become an exciting new and growing popular endeavor. “Having listened and learned the operatic and dramatic tunes, to his be-bop 50s, to Roy’s rockabilly, then the songs in films like Blue Bayou, In Dreams, and Pretty Woman, it still isn’t over. Then there’s Roy’s comeback with his album Mystery Girl produced by Jeff Lynne of ELO, who then co-wrote the hits of the Traveling Wilburys with Dylan, Harrison, Petty, and Jeff… the excellence is unending.” As obvious as it is that Roy went too soon, his songs can live on. We hope you come again and again to celebrate this awesome tribute to a true legend. “We’ll try to add more and mix it up as we grow this show!” Join David K as Roy Orbison on a sweet dream, a step back in time along the path of one man’s career, a man who had a tragic but resilient life. “Roy said, yes that he had tragedy, but he says he had faith, a strong faith, good friends, and his music… his purpose, music, that got him through. Let’s all remember those three things.”  We hope you’ll come to enjoy the history, the music, and the passion that still lives in this music. – David K

Dance Party Reunion – Buddy Holly and Friends

 Friday, January 28th at 7:30 pm

Member $20/ Non-Member $25/ Student $15

Dance Party Reunion is a ‘re-staging of Buddy Holly’s 1959 Winter Dance Party, featuring music of Buddy’s co-stars, Ritchie Valens, Dion, and the Belmonts, The Big Bopper, and Frankie Sardo. A stellar tribute to the music of American rock n’ roll icon Buddy Holly, featuring original cast members (Nicholas Freeman, Blake Foster, and Zach Spicer) from History Theatre’s IVEY-award-winning production of Buddy! The Buddy Holly Story. Endorsed by Sonny Curtis and Jerry Allison of the Crickets. Music direction by Gary Rue, produced by Gary Rue, and hosted by Mr. Charles Fraser!

The Jimmys

 Friday, March 11th at 7:30 pm

 Member $20/ Non-Member $25/ Student $15

Over the past twelve years, The Jimmys have solidified their brand of Blues and R&B across the Midwest, Canada, Europe, and the Caribbean. Led by multiple award-winning keyboardist/organist Jimmy Voegeli, the band has been named a “festival favorite” in numerous reviews and magazines. With Voegeli is an all-star rhythm section featuring:

Chris Sandoval, Drums (Tommy Castro)

John Wartenweiler, Bass (The Crashers)

Blues veteran Perry Weber, guitar (Hurbert Sumlin)

Their unique sound is capped off with Wisconsin’s best horn section. These three honed their skills over the years playing with the original Funky Drummer himself, Clyde Stubblefield. 

Pete Ross, Saxophone (Glenn Miller Orchestra)

Mike Boman, Trumpet (Youngblood Brass Band)

Joe Goltz, Trombone (Youngblood Brass Band)


Saturday, March 19th at 7:30 pm

Member $20/ Non-Member $25/ Student $15

A talented female folk quartet formed in Winona, MN, Wildflower creates a fresh, effervescent sound. The group offers smooth, lilting harmonies and solid performances on duo keyboards and guitars, cello, and flute. 

Her Crooked Heart

Friday, May 20 at 7:30 pm

Member $20/ Non-Member $25/ Student $15

Rachel Ries, the writer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer behind Her Crooked Heart, demonstrates immense vulnerability and multifaceted musical craftsmanship in delivering personal and profound musical soliloquies on love, leaving, and the life that follows after burning it all down. With To Love To Leave To Live (May 2019), Her Crooked Heart presents a debut record unique in form, made up of cyclical narratives and intertwining histories, each informing the next. The result is a transformative song cycle, led by a charismatic personality, wholly indifferent to expectations of genre and instrumentation.

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321 Central Ave. N.
Faribault, MN 55021


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