City inspectors may pull the plug on live music at the 331 Club in northeast Minneapolis, which was transformed from an unremarkable dive bar into a hip nightspot two years ago when folk, country and rock bands started playing there.
Owner Jarret Oulman, who took over the club in 2004, said he received a cease-and-desist order Wednesday from the city prohibiting "amplified" music after Nov. 15.
Man that sucks! The 331 is one of my favorite places to catch a show (not coincidentally because the Como Avenue Jug Band often plays there). Sure, the sound system sucks and it's really crowded, but it's a fun atmosphere, and no cover!