Slim Dunlap

Minneapolis, MNMinneapolis Star Tribune

Second First Ave benefit set includes Low, Babes, Nur-D, Slim Dunlap

First Avenue earned another love letter from the Twin Cities music community on Valentine's Day, this one signed by 18 of its homegrown performers. Minnesota music mainstays Babes in Toyland, Slim Dunlap, Low, the Honeydogs, Suicide Commandos, Polara, Gini Dodds and Curtiss A all contributed tracks to "First Love 2.0," issued Sunday via Bandcamp.com as the second installment of the so-called First Love Project — a subscription series organized by local scene veterans to raise money for First Avenue while Minneapolis' fabled rock venue remains mostly shuttered by the pandemic.
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