Featuring Tina & the B-sides
plus all manner of artsy good times
It’s a party, people! And, it’s back by popular demand!
Come one, come all. Kick off the new performance season with a-rockin’ good time for all ages. Drop in for ten minutes or stay all evening long, hanging out, house party style in and around and through the one-of-a-kind Sheldon. The whole building will be alive with artsy activities, music, local food, and the promise of cherished time spent with friends, both old and new.
Rediscover Minnesota’s beloved Sheldon, as you experience it like never before. Starting at 6:30 p.m. guests can hang out, house party style, in all the nooks and crannies of the breathtaking Sheldon, including some spaces which are out of the way, not normally open to the public. The new third-floor studio, the green room, main lobby and more will be filled with music, surprise fun, karaoke, local food and the promise of fun and new memories.
At 8:00 p.m., headliner Tina & B-Sides kicks the party into high gear.
Appetizers and snacks by Red Wing local restaurants and caterers to be announced. Cash bar.
Tina and the B-Sides was formed out of the edgy new wave rock scene that was Minneapolis in the late ’80s. They played every club that would have them and by 1989 recorded their debut album, Tina and the B-Side Movement. It was released on Tina’s own Movement Records, which also became home to 1992’s Young Americans and 1994’s Monster, before they were signed to a major record deal with Sire Records in 1996. The band released two CD’s for Sire, Salvation and It’s All Just The Same, with their songs featured in commercials and major movie soundtracks such as ‘The Traveller’, ‘Very Bad Things’, and ‘A Simple Plan’. Tina and band shared stages with Lenny Kravitz, The Wallflowers, Indigo Girls and Etta James.
Pursuing a more rootsy vision of American rock & roll, Tina and the B-Sides became one of the most popular bar bands in the Midwest during the 1990s, developing a cult following that endures to this day.
They went on hiatus in 1999, however, Tina and the other members never gave up playing and writing. Each of them still contributes to various musical projects as well as having their own bands. In 2009 the band played a reunion concert at the Minnesota Zoo and released A-Sides: The Best Of TBS independently on Movement Records. In Spring 2014, they wrote and recorded an all-new Tina and the B-Sides album, Barricade.