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McNally Smith Alum and Producer/Guitarist Extraordinaire Lance Conrad to Guest Deejay the Speakeasy

Spring certainly hasn’t sprung thus far in the Twin Cities, so it looks like it’s up to McNally Smith‘s Speakeasy and guest DJ Lance Conrad to heat things up a bit! Anyone and everyone is invited to the Sound Bite Cafe (third floor of main MSCM building) between 4 and 6 p.m. this Friday, March 22nd, for complimentary snacks and wine, good company, and killer tunes from Conrad’s expansive music collection. The Speakeasy is a great way to relax and network after a long week of work and class, so bring a friend and meet some folks who are out there making music in the Twin Cities!

About Lance Conrad:

Lance Conrad is an in-demand Twin Cities producer/engineer, and a proud McNally Smith alum (2002). At any given moment he can be found producing some of the best local and national music in the friendly confines of his Northeast Minneapolis studio, Humans Win! (clients include Modest MouseHaley BonarP.O.S., and Owl City), or playing all over town with his stellar indie rock band, Van Stee. Don’t miss out on the gems this renaissance man will be pulling from his expansive record collection throughout his Speakeasy engagement.

About the Speakeasy Series:

McNally Smith College of Music is opening its doors and inviting the public to its gorgeous downtown St. Paul campus to take part in the brand new Speakeasy Series — casual gatherings geared towards bringing the Twin Cities arts community a little bit closer together. Held on a Friday afternoons, the Speakeasy Series boasts an eclectic mix of guest DJs from the Twin Cities arts community. In addition to impeccable playlists from these fantastic guests, Speakeasy attendees will be treated to complimentary coffee and wine in a laid back and hip environment. So grab a friend and come down, unwind and spend some quality time with your creative-minded neighbors at the end of the workweek. Each Speakeasy takes place from 4-6PM on a Friday in McNally Smith’s own Soundbite Café, located on the third floor of the main campus building.