On Monday, Marquette University and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel sponsored a conference on the future of
the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The business community wants a new or a greatly
expanded facility so that the city
Few rappers could claim a better 2012 than Meek Mill, the shouty Maybach Music Group rapper who last year released a fantastic mixtape, Dreamchasers 2, and a respectable (if surprisingly staid) commercial debut, Dreams & Nightmares. The rapper's recent tours have steered him away from Milwaukee, but that will change on Monday night, when he makes an appearance at Club Onyx, 3120 ...
The Wisconsin State Fair has announced its final six 2013 headlining Main Stage acts, which include hair-metal hero Vince Neil, affirmative prog-rock veterans Yes and O.G. jokester "Weird Al" Yankovic. Here's the lineup information, courtesy of the festival:
“Weird Al” Yankovic – The Alpocalypse Tour | Friday, Aug. 2 at 8 p.m.
Gary Allan with Randy Houser | Saturday, Aug. 3 at 8 p.m.
Harley-Davidson released a list of headliners for its 110th anniversary blow-out at the Summerfest grounds Thursday, Aug. 29 through Sunday, Sept.1, and it includes a heavy helping of bands you'd probably expect to play a motorcycle festival, as well as a few surprises. Joining previously announced headliners Kid Rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd are ZZ Top (the gasps in surprise), Katey Sagal & The For...
Last year, the theme for our annual Shepherd Express City Guide was Hidden Treasures of Milwaukee.
Writing and researching was a delightful experience and our only frustration
was the number of treasures—those less familiar
Summerfest hasn't started announcing its side-stage lineups yet, but a few bands are spilling the beans early by posting their tour itineraries on their websites. One of those bands is the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, who will play Milwaukee's biggest musical festival on Friday, June 28, according to their site, as part of their to...