Red House Live from Landmark Center

September - December | Concert @ 8 pm | Cocktail hour @ 7 pm


Landmark Center and Red House Records'  popular concert series "Red House Live" from Landmark Center returns to the F.K. Weyerhaeuser Auditorium at St. Paul's historic Landmark Center. Hosted by various local radio personalities, these concerts will begin at 8 pm and will be preceded by a cocktail hour at 7 pm, giving audiences an opportunity to enjoy complimentary refreshments and a cash bar. Tickets will be $20 in advance/$25 at the door and includes admission to the cocktail hour. Buy a season pass to all four concerts for $70!


2015 Series Lineup


September 18 - Archie Fisher
Beloved worldwide as one of the finest traditional singers of all time, Archie Fisher is recognized as Scotland’s foremost folk troubadour with a career spanning over four decades. Fisher’s last release, Windward Away, is a collection of introspective ballads that evoke the wild and rough beauty of the Scottish border country. On Sept. 18, 2015, Fisher will return with his first album in seven years, A Silent Song, on Red House Records.





October 23 - Charlie Parr
Charlie Parr’s songs are inspired by family members, the Bible, overheard conversations, places in his life, and the alternately fertile and frozen soil of Minnesota. A native Minnesotan, his songs exude a Midwestern sensibility and humility. Parr also draws from the surprisingly large, thriving and mutually supportive music scene of Duluth: his 2011 album of traditional songs, Keep Your Hands on the Plow, features locals including Parr’s wife, Emily Parr; old-timey banjo/fiddle band, Four Mile Portage; and Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker of Low. Parr’s latest album, Stumpjumper, was released on April 28, 2015. Parr traveled to North Carolina to record this album with fellow musician Phil Cook (Megafaun, Hiss Golden Messenger). As well as being the first album Parr has recorded outside of his native Minnesota, it’s also his first to feature a full band.





November 20 - The Cactus Blossoms
Brothers Jack Torrey and Page Burkum grew up in northeast Minneapolis and have been blending their voices as The Cactus Blossoms since 2010. Their hypnotic harmonies and unforgettable songs have made them favorites in the Minneapolis–Saint Paul music scene. Their latest album, Live at the Turf Club, blurs the line between old and new as they sneak a few originals into their repertoire of early country and Western swing.




December 18 - Davina and the Vagabonds
Davina and the Vagabonds, fronted by Davina Sowers, have created a stir on the national music scene with their high-energy live shows, A-level musicianship, sharp-dressed professionalism, and Sowers’ commanding stage presence. With influences ranging from the Preservation Hall Jazz Band to Tom Waits, in 2011 DATV released their first full length, all original album Black Cloud. It was named one of the 10 best releases of the year by the Minneapolis Star Tribune and awarded 4 ½ stars from Downbeat Magazine. Their next release in 2014, Sunshine, hit number 13 in the Billboard Blues Chart. DATV’s shows are filled with New Orleans charm, Memphis soul swagger, dark theatrical moments, and tender gospel passages. Sower’s voice and stage presence defy category in a new way. The group’s focused, clean sound and emphasis on acoustic instruments is novel to both blues and jazz worlds, and sets the show closer to New Orleans than to Chicago.





Looking for pre-show dinner options? Contact our preferred dining partner,
Great Waters Brewing Company, at 651.224.2739 to make your reservations!

For more information please contact:

Alicia Wiesneth - Minnesota Landmarks


Supported by:

Great Waters

Well's Pianos


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