Results tagged with 'folk'
Published Dec. 31, 2013
"Woody Sez," the story of folk hero Woody Guthrie and his fascist-killing musical machine, hits the Rep's Stackner Cabaret starting Friday night. The show is a passion project for David M. Lutken, its star, music director, choreographer and "co-devisor." OnMilwaukee.com got a chance to chat with Lutken to see what he has to say about "Woody Sez."
Published Dec. 24, 2013
OnMilwaukee got a chance to catch up with Ryan Young, the fiddle player for the Duluth-based folk band Trampled By Turtles, to talk about the band's origins, its upcoming album and working on New Year's Eve.
Published Sept. 17, 2013
Ben Lubeck, the lead singer of the Minneapolis-based indie folk rock band Farewell Milwaukee, grew up in a log cabin on the border of Mequon and Cedarburg. During our interview, he noted that he had a good childhood and had fond memories of Milwaukee. So why does his band's name seem so eager to say goodbye?
Published June 17, 2013
I went into Sunday night's John C. Reilly & Friends show at the Miller Caves with no expectations at all. I'd never heard Reilly's music before - unless you count "Boogie Nights" and "Walk Hard," but I'm a big fan of his work as an actor. I'd never seen a show in the Miller Caves (and nor had anyone else) but I remember being impressed with the space on brewery tours in the past.
Published May 25, 2013
The Indigo Girls play Pride Fest on Saturday, June 8 at 10:30 p.m. Recently, OnMilwaukee.com chatted with one half of the folk duo, Amy Ray, about homesickness, new music, songs she refuses to play on stage and Beans and Barley.
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Some Milwaukee area residents going about their normal Monday morning routine today might find themselves amazed by the unorthodox musical styling on a local morning show.
Waukesha native Tony Memmel, 22, will be making his second appearance on "The Blend" this morning to...
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