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Concert Reviews
Monday, April 12, 2010

April 10, 2010

Desmond Bone, the voice and driving force behind Edgar Allan Cash, entered the Circle-A Café carrying his guitars. He was wearing a black cowboy hat, his long graying hair hanging down the back, his face thoughtful and weathered. A stub of a...
Music Feature
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Henry Rollins first hit the road with seminal punk rock band Black Flag in the early ’80s, an experience he details in his memoir, Get in the Van. He gained a new audience in the ’90s with the Rollins Band, and has since toured for spoken-word shows, written and self-published several books, done some acting, and hosted “The Henry Rollins Show” on the Independent Film Channel...
Off the Cuff
Thursday, March 11, 2010
After being frustrated with the lack of programs for pit bull owners in southeastern Wisconsin, Michelle Serocki started the Brew City Bully Club as a way to help her and her pit bull, Capone. The club benefits dogs and humans...
Concert Reviews
Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2009

Dec. 1, 2009

King Khan was wearing a blue wig and silver swimsuit, while Mark Sultan (aka BBQ) wore a pink turban and purple robe. The look was part goofball, part mystic. A sheet with an ocean scene was spread out behind them. The image echoed the ...
Concert Reviews
Monday, Nov. 2, 2009

Oct. 31, 2009

On Halloween, the stage of Café LuLu was decorated like the parlor of a haunted house and vampire classic Nosferatu was projected onto the wall in the background. A Grim Reaper was working on setting up the soundboard. Big Fun ...
Local Music
Monday, Nov. 2, 2009
Feraim Albano, drummer for The Flips, a band of Milwaukee women rock ’n’ rollers, describes her band as a mix of Shangri-Las styled pop, ’60s girl groups and Phil Spector’s wall of sound. Albano recently took a break from her day job at the Hi Fi Café to talk more about the sound of The Flips. She was joined by Wendy Norton, The Flips’ guitarist. Norton, who...
Local Music
Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2009
Jeannine Rivers fondly recalls some of her earliest performances. "My mother used to do a lot of baby-sitting growing up and I used to perform for the kids in the basement, singing 'Summertime' and songs by Gladys Knight," she remembers. "When I was in third grade, I won first place in the school music competition. I sang 'Let's Stay Together' by Al Green. My teacher was like...

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