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Amazing Shows Coming This Summer


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Amazing Shows Coming This Summer


The Best In Local & National Jazz, R&B, Funk, Soul, Gospel & More.

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Robert Robinson, Debbie Duncan & William Duncan III

Feat. The WDP Singers

Powerhouse Gospel, Jazz, R&B/Soul

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Ben Sidran

Legendary Funk, Pop, Jazz Singer, Pianist, Composer

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Best Of The Twin Cities


Best Jazz Club - City Pages

Best Of The Twin Cities


Best Jazz Club - City Pages

THE BEST JAZZ CLUB IN THE TWIN CITIES

Thank you to all of our fans for your support and thank you to city pages for this wonderful honor!

The venue’s main room seats 200 and boasts a wide range of performers, from folk to jazz to gospel, and its throwback decor skirts the line between class and kitsch. But the real reason to schlep out to Fridley is the Dunsmore Room, an intimate 80-seat dining area for ticketed performances that features a nine-foot Steinway grand piano. It’s a swell place to catch touring musicians such as Joey DeFrancesco along with the cream of local jazz, including Bill Carrothers, Connie Evingson, Dean Magraw, and Dave King, and it attracts perhaps the most quiet, respectful audience in the metro area.
— City Pages
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Come Fly With Us


Come Fly With Us


The Main Room

A Premier 200-Seat Entertainment & Dining Experience.

The Dunsmore Room

In honor of our founder, we've added an intimate 90-seat music room with a 9-foot Steinway piano, dinner and cocktail service.

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"Crooners Lounge Removes Its Main Bar"


Allow us to introduce the Crooners Showroom

"Crooners Lounge Removes Its Main Bar"


Allow us to introduce the Crooners Showroom

Crooners Lounge removes its main bar. That opens up so many great sightlines in this underappreciated music room in Fridley.
— Jon Bream, Star Tribune
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Now all 225 clubgoers can see the stage, which has also been expanded. Smart renovations for a smartly run space featuring top-flight Twin Cities talent.
— Jon Bream, Star Tribune
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Photograph ©Kathleen Tauer

 Renovations started on April 9th with the removal of the large center bar and a large additional portion on the front of the stage. The space is now completely open and the performer is now showcased for all to see.

Renovations started on April 9th with the removal of the large center bar and a large additional portion on the front of the stage. The space is now completely open and the performer is now showcased for all to see.