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 Music - December 24, 2013
 Masterson reflects on Hugh Bob's 2013
 In the past year, Hugh Bob and the Hustle have certainly done their fair share of shaking up the Milwaukee music scene. Prior to his band's show at Turner Hall with Blessed Feathers and The 4ONTHEFLOOR on Friday Dec. 27, I talked with Masterson about the past year, his songwriting experiences, and the attention he and his band have received.
 Music - July 26, 2011
 Moore's music draws from Kentucky upbringing
 Tradition and music are everywhere you look but in Kentucky it certainly runs strong in the bloodline and fabric of life. For singer/songwriter Daniel Martin Moore, who grew up in Cold Spring, Ky., this definitely rings true.
 Festival Guide - July 6, 2011
 Rodgers still leans toward Bad Company
 Paul Rodgers and band didn't disappoint, rattling off hit after hit with a vigorous energy Wednesday night at Summerfest. Much of the set drew from Rodgers' time with Bad Company, with rock anthems like "Can't Get Enough" and "Rock 'N Roll Fantasy."
 Festival Guide - July 4, 2011
 Jayhawks back in full harmony
 Milwaukee celebrates the Fourth of July today, but last night there was a different kind of celebration at the Briggs and Straton stage among the hustle and bustle of Summerfest and fireworks
 Festival Guide - July 3, 2011
 Stephen Marley, Fitz & the Tantrums thrill at Summerfest
 Sometimes being the son of a famous songwriter can be daunting. If you're one of reggae godfather Bob Marley's sons, it probably is even more prevalent. But throughout his career, Stephen's a man who unselfishly took every opportunity to help out his family as a musician and producer with the ultimate goal to create and keep reggae alive, and with that knowledge came into his own.
 Music - June 21, 2011
 Blood-and-sweat songwriting: David Dondero's tales of life
 Singer-songwriter David Dondero doesn't claim to have the keys to staying sane in the music business. But over the past several decades his musical skin has toughened and grown as he's ventured out around the country and experienced a wide range of highs and lows.
 Music - June 17, 2011
 My Morning Jacket takes Thursday's crowd on a musical odyssey
 "It reminds me of 2001: A Space Odyssey," James told the crowd about the Riverside. While that may seem far-fetched, My Morning Jacket has always kept their sights high, soaring ever higher into the music hemisphere and creating a live show that's been hailed as one of the best today.
 Music - December 28, 2010
 Reliving an unbelievable musical year
 "As 2010 comes to a close, it's impossible not to think about the unbelievable musical year I've had," reflects Josh Miller. "There were so many great releases on the local and national levels and plenty of concert opportunities that there were few moments that I wasn't getting consumed by music."
 Music - November 19, 2010
 Delta Spirit feeds off music, makes history
 Before a Friday night show in Milwaukee, Delta Spirit bassist Jon Jameson sat down with to talk about the band and the music.
 Music - November 13, 2010
 Raw and blended: The Heavy's energetic pursuit
 When singer Kelvin Swaby and the rest of The Heavy set foot on stage and begin playing, there's a special sense of magic that comes from the band's sound and the energetic style, a tightrope-walking juggernaut suspended between music's boundaries.

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