Crooners Easter Brunch Buffet
with music by Debbie Duncan and Mary Louise Knutson

Debbie Duncan

All Ages
Join us for an unforgettable Easter Brunch Buffet with a delicious feast by Executive Chef Chris Lamkin. Click Tickets to make a reservation

Easter Brunch Buffet - 11am-2pm

Music by Debbie Duncan on the MainStage - 12pm-2pm


34.95 adults - 15.95 children (ages 6-12) - Under 5 free


  • Fruit tray
  • Vegetable crudité
  • Cheese and crackers
  • Smoked salmon display
  • Assorted cold salads
  • Spring greens with balsamic vinaigrette
  • Romaine hearts with Caesar dressing
  • Assorted breads, mussins and rolls


  • Maple-glazed pit smoked ham
  • Roast turkey breast, au jus
  • Boneless beef short ribs with demi glace
  • Scrambled eggs with white cheddar cheese curds (v)


  • Roasted garlic mashed potatoes
  • White and wild rice blend
  • Baked sweet potatoes
  • Macaroni and cheese
  • Spring vegetable blend

Make your reservations at or call us at 763-571-9020.

Debbie Duncan may be considered the upper Midwest’s “best-kept-musical secret” but she has become a local legend and treasure in her home of Minneapolis. Her personality, vitality, and versatility all contribute to that fact. She is a terrific entertainer, and this is certainly part of her appeal. Most importantly, however, “she’s a superb vocalist, probably the finest in the area” - Pioneer Press

Debbie was raised in Detroit by parents steeped in jazz, and was surrounded by the vibrant sound of Motown that was sweeping the country. She also has a strong love of folk, classical, and gospel music. The combination of these influences has given her the ability to blue the lines between jazz and popular music, and to sing with a rare level of emotional conviction that draws the audience into the heart of a song. She can move from a whisper to a fever pitch in the breath of a phrase and testigy in a way that commands the listeners rapt attention. Her choice of songs reflects her background. It ranges from jazz standards by great American composers to obscure bluesy sounds [bu Oscar Brown, Jr.] to popular music [by writers like Carol King]. Always, the treatment is Debbie’s alone.

Debbie hones her skills through years of experience. She studied classical voice for 14 years, including 4 years at Wayne State University. In Detroit she recorded back-up vocals for Mitch Ryder and Bob Seger. She then spent several years in the Los Angeles music scene recording back-up vocals for various artists and performing with her own jazz groups in popular nightclub settings.

Originally brought to Minneapolis by Rupert’s Nightclub. This ambitious and widely popular new club featured only the strongest performers and a crack 10-piece band. Jon Bream of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune raved: “Duncan is quite simply the star of the show… she’s superb on funky upbeat workouts, tender ballads and all kinds of jazz numbers; she energizes the ordinary and puts her stamp on everything she does.”

Venue Information:
Crooners Main Stage
6161 Highway 65 NE
Minneapolis, MN, 55432