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Coming Home: a Lake Street Arts! Live Music Highlight

Thursday, June 8, 2017 from 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm 

Tickets $10- $25, sliding scale at the door

Pangea World Theater Studio| 711 W. Lake St. #101 Minneapolis, MN 55408

Join us for an intimate evening of performance between friends and collaborators Berit Dybing with BareLand and Corey Medina & Brothers.


Named after a Songwriting workshop and showcase session entitled "coming home", these musicians explore culture and living with their roots in their music. 


More about the bands

The acoustic (for the time being) trio, BareLand, is a well-travelled group of musicians, pulling from both Bemidji, MN and Hamar, Norway. After a year of making music in Trondheim, the trio is exploring Minnesota on an acoustic mini-tour. They will be performing original music inspired by the groups various backgrounds and experiences in both the real world and the music world (though, these worlds seem to blend in the eyes of the three musicians). Their music may resemble that of Vance Joy, Ben Howard, and The Lumineers in that they promise expression through poetic lyrics, thick harmonies, and acoustic reverb, but still presenting music that stands on it’s own. 

New to the Minneapolis scene, the groups first EP will be released online this summer.


Corey Medina & Brothers: 
Corey Medina is a Native American Blues Artist from Shiprock, NM. Shiprock is on the Navajo Tribal Nation where Corey was born and raised. He moved to Northern Minnesota in 2012 and collaborated with Incepticons Entertainment. Through Incepticons Entertainment Corey released his debut album "Old Dog Crying" in May of 2015, produced by Garlic Brown Beats. Corey now plays, writes and produces with the Incepticons team full time and also travels with his band known as "The Brothers", hence Corey Medina & Brothers. Corey refers to the Brothers as a representation of the relationship he likes to keep with his fellow band mates. Currently the Brothers band consist of Eric Sundeen of Bemidji, MN on Drums and Gary Broste also from Bemidji, on upright bass. They set out to spread light to dark, and hope to the hopeless with their raw, soulful, intimate music and stage presence.

Pangea's Lake Street Arts! (LSA!) is an interdisciplinary leadership and community development vehicle. It is a multi-year initiative focusing on placemaking and placekeeping through the arts. Working with artists from East African, Latina/o/x and Indigenous Communities along East Lake Street, LSA! uses art as a tool to shape development plans towards a more equitable, sustainable model of growth.

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