Minneapolis' the Honeydogs. The band's age and music styles are a good fit for the BoDeans. With seven band members of varying age, I can see why Lara called them straightforward mature rock. … …
Biking north on Hennepin Avenue, my ears were filled by one concert pounding in my left ear, and just when that started to fade, the pounding began in my right ear. Arriving at 9:00 pm at The Stone Arch Bridge Art and Music Festival, I followed the sound down to the falls at St. Anthony, hearing a very familiar song, Rumor Has It. The Honey Dogs were on the main stage!
After 16 years together, Adam Levy, Brian Halverson, Peter Sands, Trent Norton, Peter Anderson and John Fields recently released their 10th album, What Comes After. The songs they performed from the new album sounded a hint more folky then their previous songs. Devil We Do was an exception, which was more progressive and psychedelic. There were old tunes played, like I Miss You that got the crowd jumping in the muddy puddles left from the rain a few hours earlier. They sounded great, and next to the band, you could watch the sun set over St. Anthony Falls. It was a magical evening.
Father's Day (June 16th) is the last day of The Stone Arch Bridge Art and Music Festival, a free Cities 97 sponsored event.
Honeydogs at Stone Arch Bridge Art and Music Festival, Minneapolis (06/15/13)