Recording Artist, Greg Haage
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The Twin Cities is a literal melting pot of amazing musicians and singers. I consider myself blessed to be among them. Here are some friends, as well as, artists that I am a fan of...

Margaret Cox:

The late Steve Raitt (Bonnie's brother)

The late Doug Maynard with Geoff Bouchier, (guitar) Bobby Vandell, (drums) Dik Hedlund, (bass) John Della Selva,  (guitar) Melanie Rosales and Margaret Cox (BV) FUNKY!

St. Paul Peterson w/fdeluxe:

Kenny Holmen, Dave Barry and Donnie Lamarca, Shaun Labelle, Stokley Williams, Daryl Boudreau with Jeff Lorber

Hitchville: Heidi Owens, Matt Keefe & crew:

Rocket Club:  North Country, killer tune

Stevie Greenberg and Lipps Inc (Funkytown)

Rick Barron and The Living Daylights:

Patty Peterson:

Jodie Sellers: 

Renee Austin: 

Mark Lichteig:

Mick Sterling:

Cate Fierro:

Andy Kotz, killer guitarist:

Lisa Keith:

Craig T. Olson:  "The" velvet voice.

Yours truly, 1980. First time at Creation:

Finally, a word of thanks: Everyone needs inspiration. My brother, Bret, had a party in the late 60's at our parents basement In Minnetonka with a band made up of some friends of his called "Killing Floor." (a great band) The members were Bruce Miller on lead vocals, Scott Bolin on keyboards, Tom Wolfe on guitar, Mike Roberts on bass, and Dinky Roberts on drums. (Sadly, Dinky died in his sleep before graduating from Minnetonka High School) 

Learning tunes off albums note for note, riff for riff is a real gift, and they had it in a big way. Watching them perform Blue-eyed soul tunes really jacked me up to play professionally.