Results tagged with 'bmo harris pavilion'
Published July 1, 2015
The BMO Harris Pavilion just doesn't really seem like a solidly punk venue, and the question that kept gnawing at the back of my mind was this: Could Gogol Bordello really overcome this high-budget stage with blue plastic chairs and bleachers to sit in? Could it still deliver that same angry music that I love? To answer my own question: Yes.
Published June 28, 2015
How on Earth does one explain the ongoing success of The Flaming Lips? Don't get me wrong, frontman Wayne Coyne and company make interesting and engaging music and put on a hell of a show, but since when has that been enough? We found out Saturday night at Summerfest.
Published June 27, 2015
The old-school folk group Punch Brothers tried something different and set their goals somewhere new Friday night at the BMO Harris Pavilion. Lead singer and maniacal mandolinist Chris Thile said their mission was not to raise the roof, but "tap the roof," delicately nudging the ceiling with his pointer fingers. Well, congratulations Punch Brothers; you tapped the roof Friday night at Summerfest. And then some.
Published June 25, 2015
Sheryl Crow may have gone country, but it was still the old pop rock radio hits that got the crowd on their feet at the BMO Harris Pavilion Wednesday evening.
Published April 22, 2015
Yesterday it was the Miller Lite Oasis. Today, Summerfest announces the lineup for the BMO Harris Pavilion.
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There are very few things in this crazy world and fast moving society that remain constant. Music styles change, star are made overnight and fade out even faster. Music has given way to the Johnny Bravo effect (as long as they fit the suit and look good the rest can be artificially pr...
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