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These free concerts are held on Mondays from 12:00 - 1:00 in the Peace Plaza.

Amanda Jay
Jun 10, 2024

Amanda Jay is passionate about the rich, vibrant local music scene in Rochester MN, where she resides with her three kids. Amanda's life experiences and misadventures in love have given her a canvas with which she paints her painfully honest lyrics. Set to foot-tapping riffs and rhythms, Amanda often weaves heartbroken lyrics into a catchy tune. In "All On You," Amanda shares her experience as a survivor of domestic violence, with a haunting choir behind her.

Singer/Songwriter
Acoustic Soul
Jun 17, 2024

Acoustic Soul – LaSonya Natividad w/ Rocky Schultz

LaSonya Natividad is a Rochester-based vocal artist hailing from the great state of Louisiana. Her unique sound is a blend of southern gospel with jazz influences. In 2003, she moved to Rochester, Minnesota, where she collaborates with many amazingly talented local and regional artists. She is also stretching into the acting scene where she made her acting debut playing seven South African characters in The Syringa Tree at the Rochester Civic Theater.

Acoustic Jazz/R&B
Brothers in the Mud
Jun 24, 2024

Brothers In The Mud are Tom Feldmann (guitar/vocal) and Noah Levy (drums).  Their self-titled debut album was released in April 2021 to critical acclaim and they are currently in the creative stages for the follow up.

Blues
The Good Time Gals
Jul 8, 2024

Inspired by Classic Country, Vintage Jazz, Jump Blues, and Americana, The Good Time Gals are an all-gal band, featuring fresh, fun, originals and uniquely arranged covers that are sure to keep toes tapping and hearts humming along well after the show is over.

Vintage Country, Jazz and Blues
Ryan Picone Quartet
Jul 15, 2024

Ryan Picone Quartet showcases the original compositions of Ryan Picone. All star players Ryan Picone from The Red Hot Django Peppers, Ian Stenlund from The Mississippi Hot Club, Tessa Nichols Meade from Cold City Heat, and Matt Blake from The Gentleman’s Anti Temperance League bring together a new transfiguration of Jazz.

Jazz Manouche
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