Chris Riemenschneider Biography
Chris Riemenschneider is an American journalist working as a music critic for the Star Tribune. Chris is from St. Paul. He lives in Minneapolis with his wife and two daughters.
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Riemenschneider has been covering the Twin Cities music scene since 2001, long enough for Prince to yell him out during “Play That Funky Music (White Boy).” The St. Paul local composed the book “First Avenue: Minnesota’s Mainroom” and recently filled in as a music pundit at the Austin American-Statesman in Texas.
Riemenschneider has additionally composed for Rolling Stone, the Los Angeles Times, Dallas Morning News, and Billboard and won honors from the Society of Professional Journalists, Society for Features Journalism, and Society of American Travel Writers.
Chris Riemenschneider First Avenue
One of the longest-running clubs in American rock ‘n’ roll, First Avenue in Minneapolis, at last, gets the demigod treatment it merits on paper. This book accounts for the club’s celebrated past, starting with its noteworthy debut show in April 1970 (Joe Cocker’s “Frantic Dogs and Englishmen” visit) and through its frequently defamed disco period of the last part of the 1970s.
During the 1980s, it procured worldwide consideration as the center of Prince’s “Purple Rain” and the hatchery for generally respected, crazy-looking nonmainstream musical gangs like The Replacements, Hüsker Dü, Soul Asylum, and Babes in Toyland.
The Ramones and R.E.M., Chrissie Hynde and Lauryn Hill, Wilco and the Wu-Tang Clan, and hundreds more played the consecrated lobbies of First Avenue and Seventh Street Entry, and all are deified in this volume.
First Avenue endures corporate contenders, insolvency, and a severe possession fight to get quite possibly the best free clubs in the nation and ground zero to Minneapolis’ flourishing local area of hip-bounce and independent stone demonstrations.
In the midst of all that set of experiences, the book is joined with stories, cites, and periodically overcast recollections from artists, representatives, and regulars- – a large number of whom are pretty much as interesting as the actual club.
Stuffed with show photographs and memorabilia gathered from proficient picture takers and normal fans the same, the book is a sumptuous festival of a wild ‘milestone.
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