Results tagged with 'semi-twang'
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 Feb. 25, 2013
Semi-Twang, the veteran Milwaukee band led by John Sieger, has been named one of the top 50 bands in the country by Alternate Root magazine, a national publication that keeps track of American roots music.
Published April 23, 2012
If anybody ever asks you if there is great music in Milwaukee, send them to see the Milwaukee Mafia in action.
Published March 6, 2012
A Concert For Eileen will take place Saturday, March 10 at Shank Hall. The event is a fundraiser for mother and artist Eileen Worman who is in need of a kidney. Multiple Milwaukee bands joined forces to help with medical bills, and a few of the bands reunited for the event.
Published Feb. 29, 2012
There are reunion gigs and there are reunion gigs. It's certainly no secret anymore that Milwaukee's great Semi-Twang has reunited for some gigs and even a new record in recent years. But when the band - featuring some of the city's top musical talent, including John and Mike Sieger, Bob Jennings, Bob Schneider and guitarists Mike Hoffmann and Jason Klagstad - takes the stage at Turner Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 29, it mark a reunion of another kind.
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