Twin Cities’ music scene and Seward Frolic afterparty band, Pennyroyal

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Last week Ira Brooker wrote a good article reflecting on the local music scene, including a chat with former Pennyroyal member, Ethan Rutherford. Pennroyal is playing the Seward Frolic afterparty at Whiskey Junction on Sat. 12/6. Check out the video Brooker included for the band’s song, Minot.

One nice quote from Ethan, “…in the winter … there is this, sort of, frozen bonhomie – we’re all in this together! But I also think that music is just something that a lot of people in the Twin Cities do. It’s in the air. If you live anywhere in the greater Midwest and are into music, eventually you’re going to hear about that and get pulled to the Twin Cities, because that’s where a music community has already established itself.”

We like to think so, too.

More about the Seward Frolic afterparty here. Music starts at 8:30pm. No covercharge. Reply to the Facebook event here.

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By Deborah Ervin

Deb holds an M.A. in Arts and Cultural Management from Saint Mary’s University, and a B.A. from the University of Minnesota where she majored in theater. Based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota, Deb has 12 years of experience working in the nonprofit arts sector, working with Twin Cities cultural gems such as The Cedar Cultural Center, the Midtown Global Market, In the Heart of the Beast Puppetry and Mask Theatre, and more. She’s primarily drawn towards work that involves relationship building, such as communications and fundraising. Deb also has two decades of experience as an events manager for live music, theater, and dance. Her work as a stage manager has brought her into intimate collaborations with diverse communities, artists from around the globe, and projects ranging from river boat ballets to burlesque holiday shows.

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