Rockie Lynne

Le Musique Room, 4300 O'Day Ave, St. Michael


If you have not had the privilege of seeing Rockie Lynne's acoustic program, you will now have a chance when he returns to LeMusique Room on Saturday, January 13.

Minnesota’s favorite son, singer-songwriter Rockie Lynne has been charming audiences nationwide with his humor and songs. The Hollywood Reporter called it an "entirely satisfying evening that should not be missed."

This intimate performance will include Rockie's hit singles as well as a preview of his newest release, FAITH. Don't miss this memorable night.

People Magazine declared him to be "Musically entertaining from start to finish."

If you love quality entertainment and want to enjoy unparalleled music and storytelling, don't miss his first acoustic performance in the area since his sold-out performance at LeMusique Room since last winter. Rockie will be accompanied by fiddle player & singer, Dirk Dowell (from Union Grove); singer Daelyn Dowell and keyboard player Mark Holland.

Rockie Lynne has appeared nationally on "Good Morning America," "Fox and Friends" ABC News and many times on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. His newest effort is his 11th album to date.

Rockie first made a name for himself while living in Coon Rapids, where he was signed to a major label recording contract by Universal Records. His critically acclaimed debut received rave reviews by The Associated Press, People Magazine, USA Today, to name a few.

His music has been featured in both film and television, including Fox NFL Sunday, A&E Networks "Operation Build" and a recent episode of the CBS Network Primetime crime drama, "Criminal Minds."

His electrifying concert performances have garnered him a fiercely loyal fan base.

A veteran of the United States Army, Rockie served in the 82nd Airborne at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Lynne is the founder of the national charitable organization TRIBUTE TO THE TROOPS whose primary focus is bringing comfort to the families of our fallen.

To date, scholarships have been awarded to 48 students in five states, totaling over $600,000 in assistance. For details visit