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Folk And Blue's Live @Mattie's
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Come on down to Mattie's and enjoy a night of fantastic music. This is going to be a free show which is always a bonus. All you have to do is put on your fancy pants and walk out the door! Enjoy the views of the city on our patio or looking out our amazing atrium, drink your favorite cocktail and relax listening to some beautiful tunes!

Lakewood Cemetery

Dan Krzykowski
Katrina Schleisman
This Minneopolis Duo will soon be taking over the scene with their sweet and powerful vocals and harmonies.
"We make music. If you don't like it, please tell us why. We will become a death metal band if it will make you happy"

Katey Bellville &Those SonsaBitches

Katey Bellville’s roots run deep in the Midwestern Music Community. Immersed with many generations of musicians, Katey was born into Minneapolis West Bank culture along the Mississippi River and grew up playing tunes in the hills of rural Wisconsin. Katey continues to blossom, developing her own unique style. Hauntingly beautiful vocals reveal her extraordinary song writing skills. Unforgettable tunes blend modern pop sensibilities with fundamental bluegrass instrumentation, traditional folk roots, country influences and the occasional enhancement of her effortless yodeling. Displays of her genre-breaking musical talent are applauded by audiences of all ages. Katey Bellville’s numerous performances include those in collaboration with her father, Rod Bellville, a popular fixture in the Old Time Music Scene, Garrison Keillor on “A Prairie Home Companion” and Alison Krauss at the “Ryman Theater – Grand Ole Opry”.

The Beavers
Dam! Them Beavers like to have fun! The Beavers jam out original tunes as well as the old classic covers you never thought you knew the words to. Have a glass of beer ready!

Courtney McClean & the Dirty Curls

2014 Music Artist of the Year - Minneapolis City Pages
Courtney McClean & The Dirty Curls is the brainchild of Courtney McLean, who suddenly one day decided she wanted to start a comedy/ erotica/ bluegrass band. Started in Minneapolis in the summer of 2009, The Curls have a simple mission in mind: to create the dirtiest, funniest hillbilly music ever known to the universe.

Their style of music, dubbed “Naughtybilly” is a side-splitting brew of country, bluegrass, rock, and musical theater. Think Loretta Lynn meets Tenacious D. Or Steve Martin meets Peaches. Or David Alan Coe meets The Roches.

Their songs are decidedly explicit; hilariously tackling such themes as anal sex, erotic feelings for cousins, lackluster pillow talk, safe words, and even that weird crush feeling you get when you’re looking at a baby you know is going to grow up to be a devastatingly good-looking adult. They just wanna make you laugh, make you blush, and make you clap your hands. If you want to make love to their music, that’s cool too.
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