From esteemed photographer Daniel Corrigan comes Heyday: 35 Years of Music in Minneapolis, a look back at more than three decades of music in Minneapolis. With accompanying text by Danny Sigelman, this evocative photo book provides a rare glimpse into a significant yet largely unsung fixture of the Minneapolis music scene. This event will feature both Corrigan and Sigelman in conversation with each other.
The retrospective, culled from his personal archive of tens of thousands of photos, presents a unique perspective into a vibrant world. The photos depict legendary Minnesota artists like Prince, the Time, the Replacements, Soul Asylum, Babes in Toyland, and many more. Also featured are images from national and international stars who came through the Twin Cities, such as Michael Jackson, the Ramones, Bruce Springsteen, Iggy Pop, and many more.
Featuring an introductory essay by music journalist Danny Sigelman, Heyday puts into context Corrigan's role as a chronicler of rock-and-roll and illustrates the array of talented artists who have come through the Twin Cities.
About the authors:
Daniel Corrigan began taking photographs in the Twin Cities in the early 1980s and since then has captured thousands of concerts and musicians as a freelancer, assignment photographer, and longtime official photographer for First Avenue. He lives in Minneapolis.
Danny Sigelman is a DJ, writer, musician, and artists who has worked for Radio K, KFAI, 89.3 The Current, China Radio International, Secret Stash Records, and the Dakota Jazz Club. His fascination with music and pop culture forges his insight in reviewing live music. Danny lives in Minneapolis.