Special invite from Steve McClellan via the Seward E-Democracy Forum:
OK – this Saturday, November 14th at the DEMO space at 3530 East 28th Street DEMO is hosting a very special “welcome home” party for CHASING LOVELY, a wonderful pair of sisters, who moved to Nashville almost five years ago and are returning to the Twin Cities for a brief few day visit.
So, from 6:30PM will be open with a bit of a “social unwind” with the now young women with some incredible experience behind them both performance wise and some studio experience in the ‘country music capital of the world’ .
DEMO hosted a few of their early performances in the Twin Cities at both the Acadia Cafe and the Wild Tymes. They were only fifteen and nineteen when first performing in the Twin Cities. NOW, they have “aged” and developed into professional artists, who constantly tour when not at home in Nashville “rubbing shoulders” with the Nashville music elite.
SO, please join us on Saturday for a “party and performance” in a very intimate space where we can both enjoy the performance and ask them one on one “how are things going” in the Nashville music world and how are they getting on with their music careers.
More info at: chasinglovely.com and
Steve McClellan. Photo by Nate Ryan / MPR.
Steve McClellan – one of Minnesota’s gems thanks to his work as manager of First Avenue back in the hayday of the 80’s and early 90’s – is opening up a new music center right in Seward! Andrea Swensson from The Current talked with him about it here.
The center (located at 3530 E. 28th St.) is having an open house this Saturday, September 12th from 2-6pm, with music to follow from 6-8pm.
In an open letter on Seward E-Democracy list serv, Steve also invited neighborhood musicians who would like to be involved Saturday to reach out. From Steve, “Any musicians from the neighborhood that might like to perform on the grass out front during the 2PM-6PM time period or on the stage from 6PM until 8PM – contact me (Stephen McClellan) at either 612-432-1292 or email@example.com …”