“The overseas shows are scheduled for 90 minutes each, which is outstanding,” Cincere said in a statement. “It gives us an opportunity to connect with audiences and deliver the best performance possible. We are bringing our team of first class dancers, musicians, and a DJ. More than anything, we want to let the men and women serving in the armed forces know how much we love and appreciate the work they are doing.”
“Definition of Cincere,” the singer’s new CD, is expected hit stores later this year.
Tyler Casey was born and raised in the Twin Cities, but hes lived in Milwaukee for the last four years working and going to school. A senior at UWM with one semester left before he gets his print journalism degree, Tylers grown incredibly fond of his new city and hopes to stay here for good. Hes been with OnMilwaukee.com since June 2006.
Despite retaining certain customs of his fatherland (Tyler bleeds purple and gold), he considers Milwaukee his home. Spending most of his time on the East Side, Riverwest and Downtown (as well as wherever the nearest bus line can take him), Tylers always looking to experience what the city has to offer.