Perhaps in honor of its humble musical origins, First Avenue began life as The Depot. In 1968 the original depot relocated and, the next year, a 25-year old Minneapolis native named Allan Fingerhut, an heir to the Fingerhut catalog fortune, saw a rock club where there was but a café, cigar store and barbershop. He found a partner with a liquor license, invested $150,000 and opened the only venue in downtown Minneapolis with both rock music and alcohol.
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