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14 Jun

Forever Everly - The Music Of The Everly Brothers - Crooners Lounge & Supper Club

6161 Hwy 65 NE Minneapolis,MN
06/14/2018 7:30 PM - 06/14/2018 9:30 PM

2018-06-14 19:30:00 2018-06-14 21:30:00 America/Detroit Forever Everly - The Music Of The Everly Brothers Crooners Lounge & Supper Club info@wamza.com


Mary Jane Alm

Mary Jane Alm and the band have had, and are still having, a great ride. They have opened shows for countless national acts. They recorded at Paisley Park, Creation, Cookhouse and numerous other great studios in Minneapolis with Tom Tucker, Peter Johnson, Scott Malchow and some other big shot from Nashville and most recently, with Grammy award winner, Steve Hodge, who produced, engineered, mixed and mastered her newest record, "Me and the Wild Blue".

The Mary Jane Alm Band is; Boyd Lee on acoustic guitar and vocals, Gordy Johnson on bass, Scooter Nelson on percussion and vocals and Brian Peters on guitar and pedal steel. They are the absolute best!

"Of all Twin Cities performers, no one is more adored than Mary Jane Alm, a talented charmer with golden vocal chords, disarming sincerity, an impressive collection of original tunes and a hot, high-caliber band." - St. Paul Pioneer Press

The Brothers Frantzich

The Brothers Frantzich, Paul Frantzich and Timothy Frantzich, are a singer-songwriter duo. The twin brothers have worked together and separately, and with the poets Robert Bly and Coleman Barks, and perform and teach in the United States and United Kingdom. They have been writing, recording and performing music since 1996 and have released seven CDs.

Tim and Paul Frantzich were songwriters and members of Minneapolis bands A Few (1984–87), Ruby (1990–1994) and Ride Ruby Ride (1994–1996). Songs from their Ruby Socratic Gilligan CD were mixed by David Z.

They use a mix of various Travis picking and strumming techniques to build upon the blood harmony tradition, most commonly heard in country music.

The acoustic duo's approach to harmony singing commonly uses parallel thirds and fifths. Single vocal performances are also sometimes used.

Matt Vee

Nephew of legendary 60s pop-star Bobby Vee, Matt Vee, singer, guitarist, writer and recording artist, along with his cousins Jeff and Tommy Vee (sons of Bobby Vee) and wife Julie Velline tour the country performing as "The Killer Vees," in various musical configurations. Most notably is Matt's production "I Am, He Said"--A Celebration of the Music Of Neil Diamond, which has played for tens of thousands nationwide.

Boyd Lee

A veteran of the twin cities since 1986, Boyd began his music career with the jam band "The Spaceheaters" as lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist; one of the twin cities largest drawing bands for over 8 years. Beginning in 1995 Boyd began focusing his attention on acoustic music; writing, recording and performing for himself and others.

Along with countless recording projects, Boyd can be found performing live both as a solo artist and with current groups “The Tex Pistols Band”, “Mary Jane Alm”, “Aimee Lee & The Snazzy Band” and a variety of theater production concerts such as "Rumours & Dreams-A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac", "Rainy Days & Mondays-The Music of The Carpenters", "Love is A Rose-Linda Ronstadt Tribute" and "Forever Everly-An Everly Brothers Tribute".

Aimée Lee

Aimée Fisher Lee is a musical chameleon whose voice evokes emotion from the listener whether performing blues, country, rock or jazz. Thoughtfully emotional yet gutsy, this expressive singer moves within a single phrase from pensive to powerhouse. Aimée is an in-demand session singer and voice over talent as well as a first call vocalist with numerous bands in the Twin Cities. She has recently launched her own project, Aimée Fischer and the Snazzy Band, and continues to work regularly with other top club and corporate bands such as the TC Jammers, Stay Tuned, Belladiva and The RFactor.