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Mason Jennings in Concert with Molly Maher - Saturday, April 16th

Sue McLean & Associates and The Woman’s Club are proud to partner on a new series, The Music & Storyteller Sessions, offering fans a rich experience with some of today’s most prolific voices. Hear the stories and inspiring events that have shaped the creative journeys of these artists and submit your own questions for them.

Saturday, April 16: Mason Jennings with Molly Maher

Reserved Seating: $35 Balcony / $45 Main Floor

VIP ticket $75 – Premier seating on the Main Floor, reserved parking for one vehicle, early entry to pre-show social hour, and one complimentary drink ticket.

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About Mason Jennings

This year marks a significant anniversary for Mason Jennings, his first and self-titled release is in its 25th year of circulation throughout the Twin Cities and beyond, while Jennings himself sits on the verge of releasing his 14th full-length studio album, “Real Heart.” Jennings says “Real Heart” is a departure from his earlier work, speaking to the evolution of his sound as a product of getting older. “I think the perspective shifts a little bit. It’s all pretty personal. I think the big difference on this record is it’s not as many straightforward romantic love songs — a little more like a personal reflection record.” He added, “It doesn’t feel the same to me as my earliest stuff; it seems a little more unabashedly folk — there’s a little more sophistication to the harmonic stuff, too.” Jennings said the record, produced by Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard and Regan Hagar for the pair’s Seattle label Loosegroove Records, was four years in the making. It started as a conglomeration of songs written mostly on guitar and piano from his home, comparing the final product to something you might have heard from Cat Stevens or Nick Drake. “I started kind of collecting songs together and, I was like, well, maybe I’ll send him [Gossard] 20 songs,” Jennings said. “And then I was thinking maybe he would take the guitar off and we would maybe make an electronic album or something like that. So I sent him these songs, and he’s like, ‘No, I think it should be really acoustic; the guitar playing is really central to these.’ So we ended up making a real acoustic sort of record.”

About Molly Maher

Molly Maher resides on the border between the lands of Americana and the Blues and moves beautifully between them, blending simmering guitars and cutting lyrics. She has traveled the roads of the American music tradition and returned to sing about it with an authentic and sage voice. To see her perform live is an unforgettable experience. An incomparable singer and songwriter with compelling depth and soul and draws from the deep roots of Americana music. With songs that ring true, her singing is a fine balance of deep and soulful, somewhere between Lucinda Williams and Bonnie Raitt. Twangy and lament-filled spirit, guitar driven country-folk-jam with a blues swagger.

COVID Protocols

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event will be required for entry. Masks are required, except while eating or drinking. If you have any questions about this policy, please contact

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