Red House Live from Landmark Center

September - December | Concert @ 8 pm | Cocktail hour @ 7 pm


Landmark Center and Red House Records'  popular concert series "Red House Live from Landmark Center" returns to the F.K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium at St. Paul's historic Landmark Center. Hosted by various local radio personalities, these concerts will begin at 8 pm and will be preceded by a cocktail hour at 7 pm, giving audiences an opportunity to enjoy complimentary refreshments and a cash bar. Tickets will be $20 in advance/$25 at the door and includes admission to the cocktail hour.


2016 Series Lineup

Dean Mcgraw
Butch Thompson
Prudence Johnson

September 16 – Dean Magraw with Butch Thompson and Prudence Johnson
Dean Magraw, Butch Thompson, and Prudence Johnson, each veterans of A Prairie Home Companion, first played together on Peter Ostroushko’s 1990 album, Buddies of Swing, and they’ve been looking for every chance to collaborate ever since.

Dean Magraw is a performer like no other, he is part-comedian, part-philosopher and all-around musical genius. Transcending genre, he has performed with a cornucopia of collaborators from jazz organist, Jack McDuff, to folk icon, Greg Brown; trad Irish supergroup, Altan, to classical violinist, Nigel Kennedy. In addition to his role as an in-demand sideman on over a hundred recording projects, Magraw has created more than a dozen albums, including four for Red House Records.


In a career spanning over 45 years, pianist and clarinetist Butch Thompson has earned a world-wide reputation as a traditional jazz and ragtime master. He tours widely as a soloist or at the helm of one of his several ensembles, including his well-known Butch Thompson Trio, his eight-piece Jazz Originals band, the Butch Thompson Big Three, or his unique blues duo with fingerstyle guitarist Pat Donohue.


Prudence Johnson’s long and happy career as a singer, writer, and teacher has landed her on the musical theatre stage, in two feature films, on national radio, and on concert stages across North America and Europe. She has released more than a dozen recordings, including albums dedicated to the music of the Gershwins, Hoagy Carmichael, Greg Brown, and a collection of international lullabies. . In recent years, her focus has been on creating multi-media works for concert and theater stages that blend performance with her interests in history and literature.

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Heather Masse

October 21 – Heather Masse
Singer-songmaker Heather Masse is steeped in the jazz tradition, which informs her distinct approach to singing folk, pop and bluegrass. Masse is a member of the Billboard-charting folk group, The Wailin’ Jennys, and she has been a frequent guest on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion radio show. In 2016, Masse teamed up with jazz trombone maverick Roswell Rudd for August Love Song, an unlikely collaboration between vocals and trombone. The album features masterfully reworked standards of mutual favorites by Gigi Gryce, the Gershwins, Duke Ellington and Dizzy Gillespie as well as originals from Rudd, his partner, composer Verna Gillis, and Masse, including "Love Song for August" (August is Heather's son).

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Chastity Brown

November 18 – Chastity Brown
Throw together all genres and hyphenates you want to describe Chastity Brown  – indie, roots & soul, rock, blues & country – they are alright, and also not enough. She channels songs that are carried deep in the American psyche – the hunger, desperation and confidence that runs through our times. Coming from Tennessee to Minnesota, touring the country, touring Europe, she has had half her own lifetime and a million lifetimes gone before her to concoct her powerful sound and has spent much of 2016 touring with Ani DiFranco (at DiFranco’s invitation). She was chosen as “Minneapolis’ Best Folk Artist” in 2012. Brown has also been involved with many non-profits and charitable events, including “Think Out Loud,” a Twin Cities effort to end homelessness through music.

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Peter Ostroushko

Currently the program is scheduled to go on. We are aware of the weather conditions and if there are any changes in the schedule, ticket holders will be notified by email or phone and a message will be posted here on the website and our Facebook page.

December 16 – Peter Ostroushko
Over the course of a long and outstanding career, mandolinist/composer Peter Ostroushko has come to be regarded as one of the finest players in acoustic music. A dazzling mastery of stringed instruments and a flair for composing have earned this born-and-bred Minnesotan an international reputation. Since his first recording session—an uncredited mandolin set on Bob Dylan’s Blood on the Track —Peter has gone on to release a string of critically acclaimed albums. His extraordinary works have been performed by the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and the Kremlin Chamber Orchestra, among others, and his music is featured on broadcast specials such as the Ken Burns films Lewis & Clark and The National Parks, and Twin Cities Public Television’s Minnesota: A History of the Land, for which Peter won an Emmy.

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Looking for pre-show dinner options? Contact our preferred dining partner,
Great Waters Brewing Company, at 651.224.2739 to make your reservations!

For more information please contact:

Kim Johnson - Minnesota Landmarks


Supported by:

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