Results tagged with 'Greg Koch'
Published March 22, 2013
Though nearly a quarter-century passed between the release of Semi-Twang's first record - "Salty Tears," the sole fruit of the band's major label deal with Warner Bros. Records - and its second - the independently released "Wages of Sin," in 2011 - the band is already back with a new disc, "The Why and the What For." We talked to John Sieger about it.
Published March 16, 2013
I was a lukewarm Leonard Cohen fan until last night, but now I'm close to red hot. I always respected the man's work, chuckled at a few of his best lines and adored, along with generations of Americans, his song "Hallelujah."
Published Jan. 20, 2013
Milwaukee is and has been home to a plethora of amazing musicians so it isn't easy to identify the best of the best. However, when the Social Circle was posed with the question this week, they came up with a diverse array of past and present Brew City talent.
Published Sept. 4, 2012
On the eve of a football season that holds great promise, I'm writing to you to suggest a solution to a problem that has vexed both the team and its fans for several years. The problem that I'm referring to is the "what do we do about Brett Favre" thing.
Published July 10, 2012
Some are wondering if Brett Favre should get a statue outside of Lambeau Field in Green Bay. We would be better off if we leave statues to mermaids, Caesars, sphinxes, deep thinkers and naked men and ladies with - or without - arms.
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