Concert and Shows

Everyone pictures Prince, Bob Dylan or Garrison Keillor when they think of Mega Stars who hail from Minnesota or the Twin Cities. We are also home to hundreds of other national level entertainers who are available for concerts locally, nationally and internationally.   You can choose from dozens of genres including jazz, world music, rock, folk and many more.  Whether you are trying to book a large or small venue for a one-time concert or a concert series for your non-profit arts organization, Musicians Unlimited has the experience to handle all the technical details, making the experience a pleasure to you and your audience.  Contact us to discuss your preferred acts and talk through the details.  You can click on a concert artist below; 


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  • Tribute To Marvin Gaye at Hopkins Center for The Arts Concerts and Musical Tribute Shows' featuring Bruce Henry and his band: As a concert artist Bruce been a featured vocalist with such as luninaries  as Doc Serverinson and his Orchestra, Ramsey Lewis and with the  Minnesota Orchestra in their  Somerfest Tribute to Frank Sinatra.   Depending on your... Read More
  • One of the Midwest’s great musicians and a master of Flamenco guitar has many great offerings for your special event.  Miguel  (Michael), began his career at a young age studying in Spain.  He learned not only the rich history of Flamenco, but the culture behind it.   There are several  fantastic... Read More
  • Maurice as Nat King Cole   Nat King Cole Tribute ;Straighten Up and Fly Right This one-of-a-kind production explores the genius of this unique entertainer and a hit-filled career spanning the decades from 1939 to 1962 is available in three sizes.  This thoroughly researched production and its meticulous... Read More
  •   Tribute to Prince Musicians Unlimited offers a Minnesota based Tribute to Prince in an all-star band.  Many of these musicians shared the stage and recorded with our hometown legend.  You can book the group as small as 6 or 8 pieces and feature exclusively Prince music or segue to a variety or... Read More

From the Blog

"Vocalist Bruce A. Henry sounds very much like a forward extension of that tradition, a carrying on of the things Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield were doing as the decade of the sixties drew to a close, bringing in a jazz spirit and an uplifting Afro-Centrism into a soul/blues/jazz mix. And that is a very good thing." Dan McClenaghan -Allaboutjazz

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