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THE NEW STANDARDS

  September 30, 2022 7:00 PM

Doors Open: 5:30 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
RESERVED: $40.00 / $35.00
LEGACY A-TRAIN DISCOUNT: $32.00 / $28.00
LEGACY A-TRAIN FREE: $0.00
LEGACY PLATINUM A-TRAIN FREE: $0.00
LEGACY PLATINUM A-TRAIN DISCOUNT: $32.00 / $28.00
PLATINUM A-TRAIN 10% DISCOUNT: $36.00 / $31.50
A-TRAIN 10% DISCOUNT: $36.00 / $31.50
A-TRAIN FREE: $0.00
PLATINUM A-TRAIN FREE: $0.00

TICKET SALE DATES
RESERVED / LEGACY A-TRAIN DISCOUNT / LEGACY A-TRAIN FREE / LEGACY PLATINUM A-TRAIN FREE / LEGACY PLATINUM A-TRAIN DISCOUNT Public Onsale: August 19, 2022 10:00 AM to September 30, 2022 2:00 PM
PLATINUM A-TRAIN 10% DISCOUNT / A-TRAIN 10% DISCOUNT / A-TRAIN FREE / PLATINUM A-TRAIN FREE Public Onsale: September 1, 2022 11:00 AM to September 30, 2022 2:00 PM

Tickets are available online until 2pm the day of the performance. Any further sales must be completed through the Box Office via phone at 612-332-5299 or in-person.

ADDITIONAL SHOW: 

SAT, OCT 1 • 7pm>>

Started in 2005 as an off-shoot project between Minneapolis based musicians and friends Chan Poling (piano), Steve Roehm (vibes), and John Munson (bass), TNS has grown into a globe-spanning adventure, filling theaters and clubs around the world, spawning several CDs, videos, cartoons, dance/theater projects, and ancillary gewgaws that have charmed and delighted an ever-multiplying legion of faithful fans.

The three core members of The New Standards all come from illustrious Twin Cities bands. Chan Poling founded the seminal punk/new wave band The Suburbs. John Munson was an original member of Trip Shakespeare and the chart-topping Semisonic. And Steve Roehm started on drums in the Texas punk outfit Billygoat and the avant-jazz Electropolis.

All three are fans of great songwriting. Sensing a lack of an interesting jazz trio repertoire beyond the usual “old standards,” they got together originally to play and sing their favorite songs – from every era, particularly post 1960’s pop music – in a stripped-down acoustic setting, making room for solos and arrangements with the freedom of jazz, and yet never fully abandoning the modest soul of pop and rock.

Another thing: though you may associate an acoustic tango version of Britney Spears’s “Toxic” with camp, TNS is not a lounge or novelty act. One listen to their music and you realize that they take their music making as well as their jobs as entertainers seriously.

And yet, they are very funny.

 

LEARN MORE: http://www.thenewstandards.com



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