Events

Join Us For Live Music Every Thursday Night!

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

  • Matt Tyner

    21
    Mar 2019
    Thursday
    - 7:30 p.m. -

    Matt “MF” Tyner got his first guitar at age 16 and has been playing ever since.

    Self taught, he found his influence in a wide range of musical genres from the blues to 60’s rock and cut his performance teeth with cover jam-bands Cottonmouth and Shaggy’s Choice in Chicago in 1987 and 88. Matt moved to Milwaukee in 1990 and played with rock band Silence in Eden until 1993.

    Traveling and playing over the next 12 years, Matt honed his skills deepening his appreciation for the Delta blues, rockabilly, honky tonk and roots rock. Matt soon found a niche in the Milwaukee area performing solo and duo acts with his unique style of singing; performing covers, instrumentals and originals as well as steel guitar.

    Matt released his first CD in 2006 “Six One Half Dozen The Other” featuring 6 original and 6 covers.

  • Pocket Change

    28
    Mar 2019
    Thursday
    - 7:30 p.m. -

    “Pocket Change is Mike Standal on guitar, Steve Williams on electric bass, and Bill Feldman on drums. The sound is contemporary jazz with arrangements of classic songs from The Beatles to Sly and The Family Stone.” 

  • Julie Thompson N’ Troy

    04
    Apr 2019
    Thursday
    - 7:30 p.m. -

    Troy, a lead guitarist in the Milwaukee area for over 30 years (including Rock bands and the country bandMidnight Highway), Troy has classical training and jazz study giving him the ability to acousticize a wide variety of music.
    JT (Julie) a “A Voice Beyond Genre”, authentically and uniquely covering standards, pop, folk, country, rock, big band era, and blues.  You may have seen her in 1) The South End Blues Band 2) Dangerous Folk Trio  3) Julie Thompson’s High Standards 4) Command Performance Big Band and several other projects.
  • Sherwood Alper

    11
    Apr 2019
    Thursday
    - 7:30 p.m. -

    Sherwood Alper and Jeff Stoll make a great team interpreting the great american songbook in a pop jazz style. Sherwood has performed and sung with many groups locally including the Skip Wagner show. He also toured internationally when he was picked to replace one of the original members of “the four lads” singing group that was awarded 5 gold records. He knows how to sell a song. Jeff is the consummate keyboardist and accompanist having performed for many years at the packing house restaurant. together they provide a very enjoyable and entertaining experience.

  • Harold Stewart & Friends

    12
    Apr 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.

  • Bad Liquor Management

    13
    Apr 2019
    Saturday
    - 8:00pm -

    Bad Liquor Management— the name is an inside joke among these old friends—consists of Kit Kildahl (guitar and vocals); Dave Pengra (bass and vocals); Billy Steiner (harmonica and vocals); and Tom “Footy” Husting (guitar). Dave and Kit toured steadily in the early 80’s with Ace in the Whole, playing up to 250 dates a year. Since those days, Dave has worked in a number of bands, primarily City Mouse out of Mankato, MN.  Kit has fronted several blues and Americana bands, appearing with three different groups at the Bayfront Blues Festival. Footy now lives in Sheboygan Falls, but has deep musical roots in Southern Minnesota and Nashville, going back to his early days in The Castaways (“Liar Liar”) and Crockett. Billy has fronted the City Mouse band for over 45 years, and is a member of the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame. As you might expect, the music these guys make is wide ranging, touching on so many American music forms, and performed with the deep joy and depth that only experience supplies. Get ‘em while you can!

  • Pat McCurdy

    18
    Apr 2019
    Thursday
    - 7:30 p.m. -

    A Milwaukee native, singer/songwriter Pat McCurdy performs well over 300 shows a year. His large catalog of original songs (over 600 & growing) covers a variety of topics such as lost loves, politics, family vacations, and how the world cant live without sex & beer!

  • NINETEEN THIRTEEN

    25
    Apr 2019
    Thursday
    - 7:30 PM -

    Cellist Janet Schiff and Percussionist Victor DeLorenzo (founding drummer of ​Violent Femmes) create the bold and vibrant new sound of NINETEEN THIRTEEN.

    A cello made in Romania in the year of 1913 and a set of drums made in modern day America entertain each other in a haunting, melodic dance that suggests mystery, romance and future thought​.​  Original​ ​compositions and looping are by Schiff while beat brushes and ​vocals ​​are by DeLorenzo.

    The cello is from 1913​ but​ the music is from today!

    NINETEEN THIRTEEN won a Wisconsin Area Music Industry Award (WAMI) for Jazz Artist of the Year and were featured on Fox 6 Milwaukee, The Arts Page on PBS and NPR’s Lake Effect. As a very busy chamber rock ensemble, NINETEEN THIRTEEN has performed at BMO Harris Pavilion, Bastille Days, Summerfest, The Pabst Theatre, The Pfister Hotel, Turner Hall, Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, The Museum of Wisconsin Art, Milwaukee Art Museum and Racine Art Museum, all in the past year!