Events

Wednesday select shows 6:00-8:00 ~ Thursday shows 7:30-9:30 ~ Friday or Saturday shows 8:00-10:00

  • Lee’s Cash and Carry

    19
    Dec 2019
    Thursday
    - 7:30 p.m. -

    Lee’s Cash & Carry is a jazz-and-western-swing 4-piece outfit consisting of Lee Gutowski on vocals, Greg Cramer on guitar, Maggie Dahlberg on bass and Mike Lizzo on trombone. 

    Swinging some awesome gems by Willie Nelson, Kay Star, Bob Wills, Louis Armstrong, Hank Penny and the rest. 

  • Mark Meaney

    20
    Dec 2019
    Friday
    - 8:00 p.m. -

    Mark Meaney has been singing and playing the guitar for over 20 years. He has lived all over the world, but now calls Milwaukee home. His music is fun, entertaining, and sure to have everyone dancing and singing along!

  • The Hergert Brothers

    26
    Dec 2019
    Thursday
    - 7:30 p.m. -

    The Hergert Brothers are A PROUD FATHER SON DUO. With articulate guitar & percussion, Troy and Paul put their genetically blended vocal harmony and musical creativity to a variety of music from the 60’s to today.

    Paul Hergert was a drummer in a very successful Milwaukee band called the Music Company. They played in Milwaukee in the late 60s through the early 70s. /A spectacular 3 piece horn section enabled them to cover allot of music from the band Chicago and work 6 nights a week back in the day.

    The Hergert Brothers cover music from the Beatles, Chicago, Ricky Nelson, Simon & Garfunkel, Peter Gabriel, The Moody Blues, REO Speedwagon, Everly Brothers, Elvis and 80s.

  • Harold Stewart & Friends

    27
    Dec 2019
    Friday
    - 8:00 p.m. -

    Harold’s career as a crossover balladeer has spanned over 30 years. A popularly featured artist in milwaukee’s leading entertainment venues, including the famous Cotton Club, from the late 70’s to 90’s, Harold has excitied and delighted audiences throughout the Midwest and south with performances described as “sizzling” by reviewers. With vocals as impeccably phrased and articulated as they are passionate and inspiring, Harold returns nostalgic, timeless innocence to romance.