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PHOTOS: Leslie Vincent at the Troubadour Wine Bar

Brian Pekol, Leslie Vincent, Emily Dussault, and Jordan Hedlund performing at the Troubadour Wine Bar in Minneapolis. Photo by Basil Considine.

Uptown Minneapolis is gentrifying like crazy, but it still has a few comfortable, cozy spots to enjoy wine and music that won’t make your ears bleed. One of these is the Troubadour Wine Bar, a spot tucked a little ways up Hennepin from the Great Lake Street Parking Snarl. Wander in on Monday evenings and you can enjoy Troubadour’s Cab Cabernet live music cabaret series. Wander in on the last Monday of the month and you can catch singer-actress Leslie Vincent singing during her monthly residency at Troubadour.

Make that most last Mondays – next Monday is the Ivey Awards, the local theatre scene’s annual awards ceremony and “theatre prom”, so Vincent’s night of songs came this week. Here’s a look at the themed program Cab Cabaret: Those Hot Summer Nights, which featured songs by Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Ke$ha, Lady Gaga, and more.

All photos by Basil Considine.

Leslie Vincent crooned as drummer Jordan Hedlund peeked out from behind a cymbal.
Brian Pekol (left) accompanied Vincent on the piano for most of the songs.

 

Leslie Vincent and Emily Dussault sang several duets.
Pianist Brian Pekol added some vocal harmonies to the mix.
Drummer Jordan Hedlund in the zone.
An alternate backing ensemble: Leslie Vincent on keyboard, Brian Pekol on guitar, and Jordan Hedlund on drums.
For one set, Leslie Vincent sent the band off on break and accompanied herself on a baritone ukelele.
Vincent is known for her soulful stylings and riveting vocal performances.
Vincent channeling Regina Spektor.
Leslie Vincent accompanying herself on baritone ukelele.
An intimate close.
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