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When Lightnin’ Malcolm’s in the house, you better believe you’ll know it. The born and bred Mississippian cut his teeth in the ride or die juke joint scene of the American south, and grew a reputation for making so much noise, people didn’t believe it was coming from just one guy. With his One Man…

TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 2016 AT 10:02 A.M. BY LOREN GREEN Patrick’s Cabaret may have just announced it’s going nomadic, but the annual Longfellow Roots, Rock & Deep-Blues Festival — the annual fundraiser for Patrick’s — will return July 16 to the intersection of Lake Street and Minnehaha Avenue in Minneapolis. The sixth annual festival will feature a variety of…

Longfellow Roots, Rock & Deep Blues Festival – 2015 Video

Longfellow Roots, Rock & Deep Blues Festival from Ubuntu Media Productions on Vimeo. In 2015 the festival featured neighborhood restaurants, including; Gandhi Mahal, Midori’s, Le Town Talk, African Paradise, Merlin’s Rest and many more, representing an astonishing mix of offerings in the festival’s new International Food Court on Minnehaha Avenue. The 2015 festival showcased new…

For 29 years, Patrick’s Cabaret has been a non-profit artists organization devoted, above all else, to their local community. So it’s only fitting that their annual fundraising festival has taken on a new moniker for its fifth anniversary: The Longfellow Roots, Rock & Deep Blues Festival. The new name embraces the community that has embraced Patrick’s, showcasing local restaurants,…

Preview by C. Riemenschneider

A cool blend of its neighborhood’s diverse, artsy flavor and rootsy or punky, hidden-gem musicians from all over, the fifth annual Longfellow Roots, Rock & Deep Blues Festival is bringing in a trio of noteworthy acts from Mississippi to perform amid its three stages, including soulful Southern rocker Jimbo Mathus of Squirrel Nut Zippers notoriety,…

The Longfellow Roots, Rock and Deep-Blues Festival, presented by Patrick’s Cabaret, returns on Saturday, July 18 for its fifth year, expanding from Lake Street to Minnehaha Avenue. The festival, which has earned numerous media honors, is returning this year with an even larger event than ever, featuring over two dozen bands on six stages, many local artists, and a new international food court.by Sadie Bell · June 30, 2015 •…

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