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Articles tagged with 'music'

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A chat with Cory Chisel

Published Sept. 22, 2014

Cory Chisel currently calls Nashville home, but the folk country Americana rock band leader certainly hasn't cut ties with Wisconsin, the state that he called home for many years before hitting the road and making it big.

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Freeman, formerly of Ween, finds his way back to himself

Published Sept. 19, 2014

It's been a turbulent few years for Aaron Freeman, more commonly known as Gene Ween from the band Ween. After much self-repair, however, the musician is himself again - literally - recording and performing as the lead in his new band, fittingly titled Freeman. The band has a new album, along with a tour stopping at Turner Hall Ballroom. Before then, OnMilwaukee.com chatted with Freeman about the road to recovery, music and himself.

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The War on Drugs' Granduciel turns his inner battles into brilliant music

Published Sept. 15, 2014

The title of The War on Drugs' latest album is "Lost in the Dream," fitting for a record - and a moment in time - that utterly enveloped front man Adam Granduciel. The band is now taking the final product on the road, including a stop at The Pabst Theater on Sunday, Sept. 21. Before then, Granduciel chatted with OnMilwaukee.com about becoming a real band on the road, the process behind the album and the inner battles that went into it.

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7 questions for 7Horse

Published Sept. 10, 2014

The country-tinged rock duo of Phil Leavitt and Joie Calio worked together for years in the band Dada. 7Horse, however, marks a fairly new project for the guys. And there are certainly worse things to put on an early band's resume than being associated with an Oscar-nominated Scorsese film. OnMilwaukee.com got a chance to chat with Leavitt about the band's origins, its Milwaukee connection and getting the rare Scorsese Stamp of Approval.

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After a decade, The Buzzhorn sounds again

Published Sept. 9, 2014

For fans of the late '90s, names like the Sugar Ray, "TRL," Surge and Chris Gaines will sound very familiar (OK, maybe not that last one). For local music fans around in the era, another name might sound a little familiar: The Buzzhorn.

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Hildenbrand loops upbeat sounds

Published Sept. 7, 2014

Milwaukee DJ Paul Hildenbrand grew up on Milwaukee's Northwest Side. He spent a lot of time as a teenager rollerskating at rinks including Skateland, the Palace and Skate University and was always inspired by the music. Today, he has gigs all over town, including aboard Milwaukee Boat Line's Monday night Yacht Rock cruises.

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Yellow Phone Music Conference calls up Butch Vig as keynote speaker

Published Sept. 1, 2014

Butch Vig has a lot on his plate. He just finished wrapping up a new Foo Fighters album, and he's heading back into the studio to start recording a new Garbage album. However, tucked away in that packed schedule is just enough time to head back to Milwaukee for the upcoming Yellow Phone Music Conference.

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Techno-pop duo Sylvan Esso comes back to its home away from home

Published Aug. 29, 2014

The dynamic duo is returning to its home away from home next weekend, with a show on Friday, Sept. 5 at The Pabst Theater (moved from its original location at the Cactus Club after it sold out). And they're coming back with gallons of deservedly good press, an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" and the deafening buzz of a band obviously on the rise.

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Local band Elusive Parallelograms reshapes itself into Tapebenders

Published Aug. 23, 2014

There is good news for guitarist/vocalist Andrew Foys and Milwaukee music fans who landed squarely on "hated it" when it came to his band's previous name, Elusive Parallelograms: the name has run its course. The multi-genre spanning psychedelic rock band recently underwent a "reboot," kicking the old moniker to the curb and reintroducing themselves as Tapebenders - complete with an upcoming new album.

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Guitar competition combines contest, classroom and concert

Published Aug. 15, 2014

This weekend, if you happen to be driving through or around Brookfield, you might hear a faint roar coming from the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts. That's the sound of fierce competition, of furious fingers flying up and down fretboards, of fun and of friendships - spanning the nation and even the whole globe.