Performance from "Leap of Faith"  

"Leap of Faith" is the musical version of the 1992 movie starring Steve Martin. Minneapolis Musical Theatre is bringing it to life on the stage at the New Century Theatre and two of the stars of the show stopped by to perform one of the songs featured in the show.

Elvis Impersonator Anthony Shore!  

Ever since he heard his first Elvis record at the age of 3, Anthony Shore was hooked. He's toured the world as the King of Rock and Roll but he and his All Star Band call Minnesota home.

Saxophonist Dave Koz Performs  

Nine time Grammy nominated saxophonist Dave Koz first picked up the instrument to try and impress his brother to get into his band. now he's touring with Barry Manilow on his “one last time tour”. Not only has Dave collaborated with Barry Manilow several times, he’s also played with musical greats like Rod Stewart, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Natalie Cole and Celine Dion. He’s now celebrating 25-years since his first album and even has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Backstage at The Sound of Music  

The Sounds of Music at the Ordway Theater is full of all of your favorite songs from the popular story line. But if you think you’re going to see everything from the movie in the stage show, think again. This production has new songs, songs sung by different people and plenty of other live magic you can’t see in a movie. Emily takes us backstage to meet the young actors that play the Von Trapp Family. Plus, she gets the scoop on what makes this show so special from the director himself.

Steven C. Anderson  

Saint Paul resident Steven C. Anderson has sold more than two million records and has performed with another multi-platinum group, Mannheim Steamroller. Steven will play a free Christmas concert at the Cathedral of Saint Paul on Thursday, December 10th at 7:30 p.m. It is free to attend and seating is general admission. 

Phil Thompson  

Minnesota musicians have been coming together and creating a special holiday album for the last six years. Every year the album has sold out and they have raised almost $400,000 for Minnesota non-profits.  The man behind the album, Phil Thompson puts us in the holiday spirit with Carol of the Bells.

Nicholas David  

Musician Nicholas David is a gem. The Saint Paul resident was a finalist on “The Voice” and has since used his voice to support worthy organizations. On Sunday, December 6th, Nicholas will perform a holiday concert at the Fitzgerald Theater in Saint Paul. Tickets are available online.

Beautiful   Back To Top

“Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” tells the story of singer/songwriter Carole King using the music she wrote with her then-husband. Some of her biggest hits like “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” and “You’ve Got a Friend” are reborn on stage which presents a fascinating look at this famous artist as well as the history of popular music. The star of “Beautiful”, Abby Mueller, stopped by the studio to perform “Will You Love Me Tomorrow”.

Pop Rocks   Back To Top

The cover band, Pop Rocks, entertains!

Dancing the Night Away   Back To Top

Not only do you want to look good at a concert, you want to have all the right moves too.  Trey Barber from Larkin Dance Studio showed Steve and Elizabeth some moves they can pull out at the show! 

Entertainment at Grand Casino   Back To Top

Back in 1998, both Grand Casino Hinckley and Mille Lacs opened their entertainment complexes.  That made them one of the first large scale entertainment hot spots in east central Minnesota.

10/16 Host Chat   Back To Top

Twin Cities Live ROCKS! at Grand Casino Hinckley!  Pop Rocks is providing musical entertainment all hour as we celebrate everything rock & roll!

The Little Mermaid   Back To Top

Disney’s The Little Mermaid had everyone singing the catchy songs.  Now you can see the show in a brand new way.  It’s on stage at the Orpheum Theatre.  Kelli Hanson was curious to find out how it’s all done…under the sea.

Good Company: Groth Music   Back To Top

Twin Cities musicians know all about Groth Music.  It’s been the go-to spot since the late 1930’s.  Emily takes us inside the Bloomington music store where she finds out about their connection to the Minnesota Vikings. 

Patio’ke Winner   Back To Top

On Saturday, the 5 Eyewitness News Building at the fair was rocking for our Patio’ke Finals presented by Patio Town.  The six finalists who qualified over the summer at our Patio’ke events stepped on the stage to belt it out with the help of Hurricane Karaoke. 

The Willis Clan   Back To Top

The family band, The Willis Clan, has appeared on America’s Got Talent, they have their own series on TLC, and you can see them perform at the Minnesota State Fair Leinie Lodge Bandshell.  We are happy to have them join us on our stage! 

Eric Hutchinson   Back To Top

Singer Eric Hutchinson has been a visitor to Twin Cities Live several times.  He’s back in town opening for Kelly Clarkson at the Xcel Energy Center and we couldn’t pass up inviting him back to TCL!

Once   Back To Top

The musical, Once, won eight Tony Awards, including best musical.  The original song, Falling Slowly, won an Academy Award in the movie version.  Stuart Ward and

Drop the Mic   Back To Top

Downtown Minneapolis will be busting some moves this weekend.  Pro dancers will groove to blues, hip-hop, Latin and even classical music at the Cowles Center.  Curio Dance: Drop the Mic! Co-operation! runs through Sunday, June 21st.