2019 River Rhythms Lineup Finalized; Season Begins June 12th
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MILWAUKEE – The Westown Association is proud to present its musical lineup for the 2019 River Rhythms season. Jam-packed with great performers like BROTHER, Shonn Hinton and De La Buena, this free, weekly concert series kicks off on June 12th with Bad Medicine. Free concerts continue each Wednesday until August 28th from 6:30-9:00 pm. in downtown Milwaukee’s Pere Marquette Park located on Old World Third Street between Kilbourn and State Streets.
The 2019 lineup is as follows. For more information on River Rhythms, please visit:
JUNE 12 – BAD MEDICINE
One of the area’s top rock n’ roll bands kicks off River Rhythms with their rendition of some of the 80’s top hits.
JUNE 19 – SHONN HINTON
Shonn Hinton’s “diversified sound has been compared to the smooth melody of Eric Clapton with the intensified electric sound of Jimmy Hendricks.”
JUNE 26 – RADIO RADIO
Radio Radio presents new wave music with a “punchy rock and roll edge” that will make you get on your feet and dance.
JULY 3 – NO CONCERT
JULY 10 – NATTY NATION
Fusing hard roots rock with their reggae core, Natty Nation will give you an uplifting mood and a light soul.
JULY 17- LEROY AIRMASTER
Leroy Airmaster is comprised of veterans of the Milwaukee blues scene who perform their own unique blend of blues, jazz and rock music.
JULY 24 – CIGARETTE BREAK
One of Milwaukee’s most well-rounded bands, Cigarette Break provides audiences with an authentic R&B, jazz and rock experience with a whole lot of soul
JULY 31 – THE SQUEEZETTES
A four-time WAMI award winning group with a modern and quirky take on Wisconsin’s state dance – the polka
AUGUST 7 – MELLENCOUGAR
The appreciation of the music of John Cougar Mellencamp helped bring together this rock group’s high-energy interpretation of the rock n’ roll legend.
AUGUST 14- BROTHER
Fusing signature vocals and guitar with the unique sound of the didgeridoo, the soaring high of the bagpipes, and a tribal percussion, BROTHER, is wholly original.
AUGUST 21 – DE LA BUENA
A ten-piece, Afro-Cuban and Latin Jazz group combines beautifully to make sounds into a sophistic, psychedelic experience.
AUGUST 28 –FIVE CARD STUDS
The Five Card Studs return to River Rhythms for a night of fun as they celebrate their 24th year as “the hardest working band in the Midwest!”
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Through their energetic and captivating performances, the Five Card Studs have become known as the hardest working band in the Midwest.
De La Buena electrifies their audiences with a powerful and unique Afro-Cuban and Latin jazz sound.