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SMA and The Woman's Club of Minneapolis Present

RESCHEDULED: DAVE SIMONETT (of Trampled by Turtles)

The Music & Storyteller Sessions; with special guest Superior Siren

Saturday, November 18
Doors: 6:30pm Show: 7:30pm
SMA and The Woman’s Club of Minneapolis present the return of The Music & Storyteller Sessions Series to the Twin Cities, offering fans a rich live event experience with some of today’s most prolific voices in music and literature. Don’t miss the fifth and final show in the series this Spring – Dave Simonett, of Trampled by Turtles, with special guest Superior Siren on Saturday, November 18 at The Woman’s Club!
RESCHEDULED FROM MAY 13th: Due to Trampled by Turtles’ touring schedule with Zach Bryan, The Music & Storyteller Sessions event featuring Dave Simonett on May 13 at The Woman’s Club of Minneapolis has been rescheduled for November 18. All tickets purchased for the original date will be honored on the new date – please hold on to them. Ticket holders who are unable to attend the new date can seek a refund at until May 14. Please reach out to inf[email protected] with any questions. Thank you for understanding!
Live music fans, please be advised that Etix is the ONLY authorized ticketing agent for the Music & Storyteller Sessions series. If you purchase tickets from an unauthorized agent in the secondary ticket sales market (scalper, ticket broker, Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, etc.), you are at risk of purchasing counterfeit or invalid tickets, which will result in refusal of admission. If you have any questions about the validity of the ticket selling service, please visit or to ensure you are purchasing legitimate tickets for this event. We look forward to seeing you at a show soon!

About Dave Simonett
Dave Simonett has spent almost two decades as the lead singer, guitar player and songwriter for the widely popular and beloved roots band, Trampled By Turtles. He also fronts Dead Man Winter, a bull-bodied, emotionally resonant brand of Americana-infused indie rock band. He now boldly steps forward with a shining collection of new solo material for the first time under his own name called Red Tail. While Dead Man Winter’s Furnace was a much-needed cathartic experience for Simonett during a dark time, he is not connecting these songs on Red Tail to his own life as he prefers to allow listeners to develop their own interpretations. The conversational and poetic style in which Simonett writes lends itself to this perfectly, inspired by the spacious and stark Northern woods of Minnesota, where he’s from. Drawing from the outdoors, Simonett uses light, weather and imagery to paint introspective, cinematic scenes that are easy to lose yourself in.

About Superior Siren
Superior Siren is an eerie folk project from Duluth. The music is inspired by Lake Superior and Siren mythology and offers an alluring and dangerous expression of vulnerability and desire. Superior Siren is led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Laura Sellner. In 2016 she joined forces with cellist Rachel Gobin, bassist Nyssa Krause and drummer Emma Deaner to craft a mesmerizing blend of strings and percussion. The all-female band released a full-length album in 2018, followed by a tour of the Midwestern United States. In 2021, Superior Siren released a solo EP titled Kill Your Darlings. The collection spotlights Sellner’s haunting voice and poignant songwriting. Superior Siren continues to perform as a solo or full band act and is in production of the next full-length album.

About The Music and Storyteller Sessions
Sue McLean & Associates and The Woman’s Club of Minneapolis present The Music & Storyteller Sessions, offering fans a rich live event experience with some of today’s most prolific voices in music and literature. Audiences will have the unique opportunity to hear the inside stories and inspiring events that have shaped the creative journeys of some of their favorite established and emerging artists.

Don’t miss an incredible night of music in a one-of-a-kind Minneapolis venue!


  • Saturday, November 18
    Doors: 6:30pm Show: 7:30pm
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