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The longest running exhibition in Icebox gallery’s history is coming to its end and music seems like the very best way to celebrate a show about a much loved singer songwriter from Minnesota … so this is what we have planned.


Geno Lafond

First up is Minnesota singer songwriter Geno Lafond.

"Twin Cities singer/songwriter GENE LAFOND ...  is a versatile journeyman who writes honest, compassionate and appealing songs that can be refreshingly offbeat (the country-folk fantasy 'Thank You Emmylou') or even positively Dylanesque  (the 9/11 blues shuffle 'It's Gonna Rain')."  JON BREAM - Mpls Star Tribune 10/24/02.

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Then it is Tony Glover with V3.

This relatively new combo has been years in the making. It’s a recent addition to the Minnesota music scene, even though its members aren’t all newcomers. The mostly acoustic trio came together in summer 2002 to play a roots-oriented blend of blues, folk, country, gospel and rock’n’roll, with a little R&B on the side. "It’s American music," Glover says, "and a piano-guitar-harp unit is the quintessential band combination."

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Music Starts at 8:00 PM Saturday November 4th.
Free with a food shelf donation of a non-perishable food item.

Icebox Gallery
On the fourth floor of the Northup King Building.
1500 Jackson Street NE #443
Minneapolis MN 55413

The final day to see the exhibit Sunday, November 5th.
Icebox is open from 12 – 4 as part of the Northrup King Building event “Art Attack”.

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