Due to heat advisory, the August 26th Concert by Martin Devaney will be held – safely – in the Landmark Center Cortile atrium. Distanced seating will be observed. Enter 5th St. door. #MaskUpMN!
Music From the Porch (formerly Music in the Café) hosts musicians on Landmark Center’s Market Street entry “porch” for four Wednesday lunch hour performances. The concerts are a great opportunity to hear talented local musicians. They are free and open to the public. Guests are invited to bring their lunch, along with a lawn chair, and masks are encouraged. A limited number of chairs will be provided, safely distanced. Social distancing will be observed. View a video about this event! Click here.
All concerts are 12-1 pm.
2020 Line up:
August 5: Joey Ryan
Joey Ryan (of Joey Ryan and the Inks and Farewell Milwaukee) is no stranger to Landmark Center’s music programs. His smooth, pop-folk is the reason he is a popular and acclaimed local performer.
August 12: Kashimana
Kashimana is a singer-songwriter with a rich soulful blues voice that soars through her original pop acoustic compositions. Her songs are simple, catchy, and compelling.
August 19: Dan Newton (“Daddy Squeeze”),
Dan’s fresh approach to the much-maligned squeeze-box and his mind-boggling repertoire of both original and traditional material will change the mind of the most hardened accordion skeptic. Dan draws influences for songs and tunes from such sources as French Musette, Gypsy Swing, Cajun, Jug band, Tex-Mex and Cumbia.
August 26: Martin Devaney
With seven full length albums to date, Martin Devaney, “the unofficial mayor of St. Paul”, is arguably one of the best known songwriters locally. Devaney is a former member of Heiruspecs, but is first and foremost a songwriter.