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Caravan du Nord featuring Dead Man Winter

  • Historic Paramount Theatre 125 4th Avenue Northeast Austin, MN, 55912 United States (map)

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Tickets $10 per person - Doors 7pm / Show 7:30pm - Historic Paramount Theatre

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Dead Man Winter (feat. Dave Simonett from Trampled By Turtles)

Dead Man Winter (Americana) Playing a bull-bodied, emotionally resonant brand of Americana-infused indie rock, Dead Man Winter is a group led by Dave Simonett, best known as one of the founding members of the Billboard-charting bluegrass group Trampled by Turtles. His latest album Furnace has garnered him top marks from American Songwriter and National Public Radio and landed him a slot on Conan O'Brien's show.

Dead Man Winter (Americana)

Playing a bull-bodied, emotionally resonant brand of Americana-infused indie rock, Dead Man Winter is a group led by Dave Simonett, best known as one of the founding members of the Billboard-charting bluegrass group Trampled by Turtles. His latest album Furnace has garnered him top marks from American Songwriter and National Public Radio and landed him a slot on Conan O'Brien's show.

Good Night Gold Dust

Good Night Gold Dust (Pop/Rock) Good Night Gold Dust is a Mankato, MN-based band comprised of Laura Schultz, Colin Scharf, Michelle Roche, and Zach Arney. This lineup, formed in Spring 2014, teamed up with Minneapolis producer Brett Bullion (Bad Bad Hats, Caroline Smith) to record their first studio EP, self-titled Good Night Gold Dust, an album of ethereal vocals, glitchy guitars, dark synthesizers, and a mixture of live and electronic drums. An energetic live band, Good Night Gold Dust is quickly becoming one of Minnesota's hottest new exports.

Good Night Gold Dust (Pop/Rock)

Good Night Gold Dust is a Mankato, MN-based band comprised of Laura Schultz, Colin Scharf, Michelle Roche, and Zach Arney. This lineup, formed in Spring 2014, teamed up with Minneapolis producer Brett Bullion (Bad Bad Hats, Caroline Smith) to record their first studio EP, self-titled Good Night Gold Dust, an album of ethereal vocals, glitchy guitars, dark synthesizers, and a mixture of live and electronic drums. An energetic live band, Good Night Gold Dust is quickly becoming one of Minnesota's hottest new exports.

Lydia Liza

Lydia Liza Lydia Liza got her start in the group Bomba de Luz, composed of five young Twin Cities musicians. The group started taking shape when lead singer Lydia Liza began teaching herself the guitar at age 14. After composing a handful of original songs, Liza enlisted the help of fellow high school sophomores Evan Slack (electric guitar), Gavin Taylor (bass), John Blanda (keys), and Jonas Taghavi/Judah McCoy (drums), and the band was born. After gaining extensive Twin Cities notoriety as a band to watch via appearances on NPR and 89.3 The Current, Bomba De Luz was invited to play First Avenue’s Best New Bands showcase in 2012. The following summer the group was asked to perform alongside national acts like Matchbox Twenty, The Goo Goo Dolls, and Minnesota favorites Cloud Cult at the 2013 Basilica Block Party. Lydia Liza has also shared stages with artists like Jake Bugg, P.O.S, Atmosphere, No Bird Sing, Dessa, Frankie Lee, J.E Sunde, Dem AtlaS, Dave Simonett of Trampled By Turtles, Kimya Dawson, Jeremy Messersmith, Al Church, Caroline Smith, Family of The Year, Astronautalis, Chastity Brown, and many others. Lydia Liza received a 4 year, full-ride scholarship for songwriting and composition to McNally Smith College of Music after she was recognized as a promising new artist through her many features and collaborations. Some collaborations of note are her work with Toki Wright & Big Cats, Eric Mayson, Xela, Slack, Caroline Smith as a backup singer, P.O.S, Homeless & Big Cats, Dem AtlaS, many Rhymesayers artists, Jeremy Messersmith and other various artists from the Twin Cities and the Midwest area.

Lydia Liza

Lydia Liza got her start in the group Bomba de Luz, composed of five young Twin Cities musicians. The group started taking shape when lead singer Lydia Liza began teaching herself the guitar at age 14. After composing a handful of original songs, Liza enlisted the help of fellow high school sophomores Evan Slack (electric guitar), Gavin Taylor (bass), John Blanda (keys), and Jonas Taghavi/Judah McCoy (drums), and the band was born. After gaining extensive Twin Cities notoriety as a band to watch via appearances on NPR and 89.3 The Current, Bomba De Luz was invited to play First Avenue’s Best New Bands showcase in 2012. The following summer the group was asked to perform alongside national acts like Matchbox Twenty, The Goo Goo Dolls, and Minnesota favorites Cloud Cult at the 2013 Basilica Block Party. Lydia Liza has also shared stages with artists like Jake Bugg, P.O.S, Atmosphere, No Bird Sing, Dessa, Frankie Lee, J.E Sunde, Dem AtlaS, Dave Simonett of Trampled By Turtles, Kimya Dawson, Jeremy Messersmith, Al Church, Caroline Smith, Family of The Year, Astronautalis, Chastity Brown, and many others. Lydia Liza received a 4 year, full-ride scholarship for songwriting and composition to McNally Smith College of Music after she was recognized as a promising new artist through her many features and collaborations. Some collaborations of note are her work with Toki Wright & Big Cats, Eric Mayson, Xela, Slack, Caroline Smith as a backup singer, P.O.S, Homeless & Big Cats, Dem AtlaS, many Rhymesayers artists, Jeremy Messersmith and other various artists from the Twin Cities and the Midwest area.

Earlier Event: October 28
Caravan du Nord FREE Workshop