Mar 27th, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
Rio Turbo really likes to rile up the audience. The party reconvenes Saturday night at Linneman’s.
ReviewMar 27th, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
No they’re not quite Pink Floyd, but they still left me somewhere on the dark side of the moon.
ReviewMar 25th, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
Sell-out crowd at Pabst gets to hear a great mix of its old and new songs.
Rock RoundupMar 9th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
The group’s leader, Kevin Barnes, might be called twee, pretentious or emo, but Of Montreal can no longer be dismissed as minor.
Mar 3rd, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
Inaugural Milwaukee music festival was three days of great music, cool clubs and fun crowds.
Rock RoundupMar 2nd, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
Midge Ure comes to town, with a long, impressive history behind him as musician and songwriter.
ProfileFeb 27th, 2015 by Brett Kihlmire
The Racine guitar wizard is winning acclaim from heavy metal fans and performers.
Arte Para TodosFeb 27th, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
70 local bands and 15 visual artists at 15 venues over three days in a benefit for school arts programs.
Rock RoundupFeb 23rd, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
Three decades on, English rocker Robyn Hitchcock is still a unique charmer. He plays Tuesday at Shank Hall.
Rock RoundupFeb 16th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
Grammy-winner at Pabst Saturday; or there’s bluesy Hozier at the Riverside.
Rock RoundupJan 27th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
The ever-productive Jon Mueller and his Death Blues ensemble celebrates life -- anywhere -- with a vengeance.
ProfileJan 21st, 2015 by Andy Turner
The band’s three members are based in Milwaukee and Appleton. And its sound is weirdly eclectic.