Alt-J bring round two of ‘This Is All Yours’, Riverside

Alt-J have been making serious rounds since their highly anticipated second studio release This Is All Yours. The album, followed by a tour stopping at the Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, fared quite well for the band, especially after the immediate success of their first An Awesome Wave. Read More

Dave Matthews Band flaunt 2-day multi-set stop in East Troy

A summer without Dave Matthews Band is a summer incomplete. At least that’s how it goes in Wisconsin. For DMB shows at Alpine Valley in the south of Wisconsin, fans converge from around the nation to see the band play – this year a two-day bill with multiple sets. Read More

A regrouped Van Halen electrify Chicago with summer tour

2015 marks the return of a full fledged Van Halen tour. Launching the two-leg run spanning the States and Canada, Van Halen regroups after having cancelled 31 tour dates on their 2012 tour in support of A Different Kind Of Truth. The 2015 North American Tour opened on July 5 and concludes on October 4. 

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This Will Destroy You bring instrumental wonder to Turner Hall

A well hidden gem in live music scene this week, This Will Destroy You and The Velvet Teen performed at Milwaukee’s Turner Hall Ballroom for nothing short of an awe-inspiring epic to a modest and mesmerized crowd.

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Up close with John Butler Trio, Pabst Theater

Weaving in and out of music festivals and one off indoor shows, John Butler Trio extended their reach the Milwaukee’s Pabst Theater, performing with Ethan Tucker for a near-capacity show in the historic 3-level venue.

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Rock USA breaks from classic rock with Avenged Sevenfold

Trading rain for 90 degree temperatures, Rock USA not only took a stern new direction with the weather, but also with their lineup for Friday night. Swapping the classics for a newer generation’s take on rock music, Avenged Sevenfold changed the pace, headlining with support from Breaking Benjamin and Papa Roach. Read More

Judas Priest, Lynryd Skynyrd unmatched by torrential rain

Wisconsin festivals have fared pretty well this year avoiding inclement weather in exchange for cooler temperatures, or in some cases, scalding ones. However, night two of Oshkosh’s Rock USA did not have that privilege, instead experiencing near torrential rains on and off throughout the evening.

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