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Bill Staines

Ginkgo Coffee 721 N Snelling Avenue, St. Paul, MN

For more than forty years, Bill has traveled back and forth across North America, singing his songs and delighting audiences at festivals, folksong societies, colleges, concerts, clubs, and coffeehouses. A New England native, Bill became involved with the Boston-Cambridge folk scene in the early 1960's and for a time, emceed the Sunday Hootenanny at the […]

$20

Annie Humphrey

Ginkgo Coffee 721 N Snelling Avenue, St. Paul, MN

Annie Humphrey is a singer, songwriter, Anishinaabe, veteran, mother, Grandmother and yoga instructor. She rices, nets walleye, taps maple trees and works on a construction site. She plays music in between. Her ultimate goal is to teach her grand children to live without Amazon or Wal Mart. LEARN MORE: https://www.anniehumphreymusic.com/about/ ONLINE TICKETS: https://direct.chownow.com/order/30815/locations/45570

$20

Claudia Schmidt

Ginkgo Coffee 721 N Snelling Avenue, St. Paul, MN

If it were the intention of the creator or creators of this universe to perfectly blend together the night sky with moon and stars, it might have been their intention as well to deliver Claudia Schmidt as their messenger of reminder. To say that Schmidt is simply a performer with a talent to entertain would […]

$20

Claudia Schmidt

Ginkgo Coffee 721 N Snelling Avenue, St. Paul, MN

If it were the intention of the creator or creators of this universe to perfectly blend together the night sky with moon and stars, it might have been their intention as well to deliver Claudia Schmidt as their messenger of reminder. To say that Schmidt is simply a performer with a talent to entertain would […]

$20

Rachael Kilgour

Ginkgo Coffee 721 N Snelling Avenue, St. Paul, MN

Called “...a heartfelt slice of master crafted indie folk brimming with the battle-tested capacity to endure the worst in others” by Billboard, Rabbit in the Road took an intimate and often painful look at the failed marriage and loss of family. Kilgour’s writing and delivery cut deep, with resolute simplicity. Ravelin Magazine observed "this sort […]

$15
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