When it comes to 90′s grunge rock bands, there aren’t many left on the list, much less the top of it. Alice In Chains, alongside some other very influential groups of that era are, well, making a comeback and continually proving they belong up top.
Shinedown has been making their rounds through the United States. Touring earlier in the year with Three Day’s Grace and POD landed them a full house in Madison, Wisconsin even after the departure of Three Day’s Grace frontman Adam Gontier. British rock powerhouse, Bush, join them for a short stint before the chaos of summer [...]
Within the last two years, indie-folk music has been on the rise. The introduction of bands like Bon Iver, Ben Howard, and James Vincent McMorrow have brought the genre to the ears of millions through its relaxed style and minimalistic use of many instruments.
The Spring Fever tour featuring All Time Low and Pierce The Veil rolled into Milwaukee for their sold-out Eagles Ballroom show over the weekend.
Carrie Underwood has been making some waves on her current tour in support of her latest album Blown Away. Her, along with rising and soon to be country superstar, Hunter Hayes, have been very hard at work in the first half of the year with plans to continue through the heat of summer.
Milwaukee has been graced by many legends over the years; Joe Bonamassa being one of them. Well, he’s not really a legend yet, but he is the modern day face of blues guitar. Like many of his predecessors and fellow musicians Joe Bonamassa is quite the site to see.
“This is Tech, Tech N9ne!” There’s no need for an introduction when Tech N9ne hits the streets of the Midwest, especially in Milwaukee. Tour after tour, Tech N9ne and his crew return to capital of insane fans for an unforgettable experience.
Milwaukee has had a long standing relationship with alternative rock. It’s embedded in our roots. And with historic venues like The Pabst, Riverside, and Turner Hall, it’s not difficult to catch a indie-pop or experimental rock show on any night of the week.
Guitar virtuoso Antoine Dufour found his way back to Milwaukee, Wisconsin early this April. Visiting the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus for a finger-style workshop at Peck School of the Arts as well as a mid-week performance, Antoine made the best of his stay, however short it may have been.
Being absent from Milwaukee for nearly eight years had left Milwaukee fans wondering if Garbage would ever make it back. But when the final dates of their year long Not Your Kind of People tour had been released, revealing that the iconic alternative band would be ending the tour in Milwaukee and Madison, our eyes got a [...]