CANCELED: Music Performance Series: The Jimmys

Saturday, March 28, 2020
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Hooligans Pub, Madison East Center, Mankato

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Minnesota State University, Mankato and the Department of Music & Entertainment Industries are committed to taking any steps necessary to protect the health and safety of our faculty, staff, students and community. To limit the spread of COVID-19, we have decided to cancel the remaining performances this semester. This includes:

  • Contemporary Instrumental Ensembles – March 26

  • Music Performance Series: The Jimmys – March 28

  • Music Performance Series: Todd Clouser – March 31

  • Music Performance Series: Jon Cleary – April 2

  • Percussion Ensemble – April 5

  • Spring Choral Concert – April 19

  • Jazz Bands – April 23

  • Concert Wind Ensemble – April 26

  • Contemporary Vocal Ensembles – April 30

  • Music at the Movies – May 2

  • Music at the Movies (repeat performance) – May 3

At this time, we are working on a plan to refund ticket sales. Thank you for your understanding and continued support. If you have any questions contact the Performance Series office at (507) 389-5549.

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Award winning band The Jimmys perform on Saturday, Mar. 28 at Hooligans Neighborhood Pub, 1400 East Madison Ave., Mankato (Madison East Center). The group is touring in support of their newest CD, ‘Gotta Have It’. The concert kicks off at 7:00 pm. with the Kit Kildahl Group.

The concert event is co-sponsored by KMSU-The Maverick and the Minnesota State Mankato Performance Series with assistance from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

The Jimmys are a festival and fan favorite in the upper Midwest and Canada. The MAMA (Madison Area Music Awards) and WAMI (Wisconsin Area Music Awards) have recognized and honored The Jimmys with 19 MAMA and WAMI awards including Blues Artist of the year, Blues Song of the Year, Bassist of the Year, Brass Player of the Year, and Keyboardist of the Year.

Award winning blues recording artist Marcia Ball says, “Wow! I love these guys!  They are funky and rambunctious, and I was dancing from the first note.  Soul music for the 21st Century.”

The all-star rhythm section combines blues icon Perry Weber on guitar (Hubert Sumlin Band), rock and roll drumming legend Chris Sandoval and the most charismatic and solid bass player in Johnny Wartenweiler. Added to the mix are the Amateur Horn Stars - Pete Ross, Saxophone; Mike Boman, trumpet; and Joe Goltz, Trombone. The horn section combines over 40 years' experience touring the world with Clyde Stubblefield, the Glenn Miller Orchestra, Youngblood Brass Band, B.B. King and his All Stars, and many others.

 

Contact

Dale Haefner
dale.haefner@mnsu.edu

Department

Department of Music

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