Off The Cuff #2 – Cypher / Double Trio – 3/31 at Aster Cafe

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Improvisation is a like a box of chocolates, well you know how the rest of this goes. I guess the first one of these went off pretty well, so there is a good chance you’ll want to see this.

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Our first go was a blast, and we’re ready to keep rocking. Continue reading

“Off the Cuff: A Series of Improvised Collaboration” – at The Aster – 2/24

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Photo by: Corina Bernstein; corinabernstein.com

This musical experiment will be very cool. It’s always fun to see artists play off each other and come up with something “Off The Cuff”. Their facebook listing seems to sum it up pretty well.

“Off the Cuff will be a monthly event held at the Aster Cafe, seeking to explore collaboration between Twin Cities musicians and artists in an improvisational setting. Each night will feature two new and unique sets of local indie musicians from different backgrounds collaborating on the spot. The artist lineup will be fluid and varied, drawing from indie circuits such as pop, rock, electronic, hip hop, r&b, and jazz. The series will be curated by local bassist Andrew Foreman.”

“The rotating lineup guarantees a different show every night, offering unique approaches to group improvisation up close and personal in the venue’s intimate setting (which will feature happy hour food and drink specials).”

“Off the Cuff: A Series of Improvised Collaboration”
Various Artists – Full Listing
Sunday, February 24th.
Aster Cafe – 125 Southeast Main Street Minneapolis

Bellwether and Brad Senne at the Aster Cafe – 1/19

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You want to hear some great songs by great songwriters, make sure to check out this show.
Bellwether and Brad Senne
Saturday, January 19th. 9pm
Aster Cafe,  125 SE Main St Mpls.

Call ahead for reservations if you would like to be ensured a table. 612-379-3138

http://www.astercafe.com/

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