We’re ladies. We like to sing.

PFLC 2016 group photo web

This rock ’n’ roll-flavored vocal group balances cool, casual fun with rich emotional depth.

-Chris Riemenschneider, StarTribune

The Prairie Fire Lady Choir is a Twin Cities-based, all-female a cappella singing group of nearly sixty members who raise their collective voices across the state in support of art, community, and creativity. Formed in 2010, PFLC offers a supportive, fun, and educational environment to explore musical passions. The current repertoire includes covers from local artists Aby Wolf, Prince, The Replacements, Matt Latterell and Jeremy Messersmith, as well as original compositions from talented choir members. PFLC can also be heard singing unique arrangements of songs by national artists TLC, Metallica, They Might Be Giants, Lucius and Neutral Milk Hotel. The choir has performed at a wide variety of events and venues throughout the Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota.

Collaborations include:

Roe Family Singers

Absolutely Cuckoo: Minnesota Covers the 69 Love Songs

Matt Latterell

The 10th and 12th Annual David Bowie Tribute: Rebel Rebel Rock for Pussy

Aby Wolf

Haley Bonar

Murder of Bros

Photo by Anna Grinets
Prairie Fire Lady Choir is a 501(c)(3)