2300 University Ave. NE, Minneapolis. Jazz venue; in 1970 it featured entertainment in the piano lounge. … Continue reading →
26th and Nicollet, owned by Bill Warner.
The Attic was in Chanhassen, 1972.
The building that became an entertainment mecca for years, located at 424 Hennepin Ave., apparently began as the locale of the Minnesota Meat Company. How apropos… LINDY’S Lindy’s was a “stage bar” that opened in 1936. The photo … Continue reading →
459 St. Peter St., St. Paul, 1937. … Continue reading →
St. Paul – jazz venue. Is this really the B & L?
The Barn was located south of Highway 494 and east of Highway 169 (then 18) in Eden Prairie. It was variously known as the Purple Barn (Phil Kitchen says to sound more psychedelic) and the South Barn. The front at … Continue reading →
32 South 6th Street, upstairs. After hours jazz and gambling hangout.
St. Paul dancehall (barn) owned by WLOL DJ Throck Morton. House band the String Kings.
The Bastille was a coffee house near the corner of Oak Street and Washington Avenue on the U of M Campus. Bob Dylan played there in the spring of 1960.