Milwaukee and My Morning Jacket have quite a relationship. Jim James holds a dear spot in the city’s heart, their visits to some of our most historic venues hosting near-spiritual level experiences.
Band of Horses played a half-ballroom performance for a enthusiastic Milwaukee crowd. The tour supports their most recent release Why Are You OK. A lengthy setlist was inclusive of the new album as well as hits dating back “The Funeral”.
Hiatus or breakup, the last time around it was as if Thrice wouldn’t be returning for good. Fast forward a few years and out of nowhere the heavily melodic alt-rock group hit with To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere and a tour to top it off.
After over five years away, KISS made an explosive return to Milwaukee for their “Freedom to Rock” tour. They’ve been around since then, however, making stops at Tinley Park in Illinois, and the Alpine Valley Music Theater in East Troy, though Milwaukee has stayed off their radar until now.
A refreshing new wave of soul has made it to the mainstream market. A fairly new name music, Leon Bridges has seemingly reinvigorated the style and era of an earlier generation. His polished and tailored stature bring us back to an earlier time in R&B.
On the tails of a new album released last fall, G. Love & Special Sauce returned to a familiar venue in the Brew City, the Northern Lights Theater. An intimate seated setting with room to dance complimented the incredible amount of organized groovy racket just a three-piece can put out.
Glass Animals made their second visit to the Brew City for a not so snowy, although sold out, Big Snow Show X.
It’s been four years since Lights has set foot in Milwaukee. The time prior she found herself in a slightly different setting, Turner Hall Ballroom, and with quite a larger crowd. The indie-pop singer has released a few albums since that time and built quite strongly on the voice that brought her to her fan’s […]