This week’s Wave

Nick Griffin, a 10-time guest on “Late Show with David Letterman,” talks about performing on late-night TV, comedy writing and his favorite comedians. Griffin performs Friday at Teatro Zuccone.

Here’s a vid of his most-recent DL performance:

Mairead Carlin, the newest member of Celtic Woman, talks about being a fan of the group before she ever knew she would be a member.

Here’s what you will find during the Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop.

I’m going to be writing a pop culture-themed column. Here is the debut, a bit about “The Only Way is Essex.” The Only Way is what-huh? Exactly.

Tony Bennett reviews “We See the Shapes” by The Electric Witch.

Best Bets include: Homegrown, obvi; “Metropolis” + Fugitive; “Damn Yankees”; Peter of Peter, Paul and Mary; Smelt parade; “Kirov by Night”; DSSO.

A&E Notes include: The Trampled show at Bayfront, an outdoor choral concert, recent adds to the Big Top lineup and the Minnesota Ballet’s 2014-15 season.

And in Other People’s News (That We Should Care About): The Replacements to play in September at Midway Stadium in St. Paul.

This week’s DNTANE Spotify playlist includes Peter, Paul and Mary (Peter Yarrow will be at Sacred Heart on Friday) and pianist Spencer Myer, the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra’s guest artist for the final concert on Saturday.


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