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Friday, Aug. 19, 2011

Tonight @ Milwaukee Zoo, 8 p.m.

Sister Hazel scored one of the most amiable hits of 1997 with “All for You,” a jangly roots-pop sing-along that lit up adult alternative stations but marked the band as another 1990s one-hit wonder...
Saturday, March 19, 2011

Tonight @ Potawatomi Bingo Casino, 8 p.m.

Sister Hazel scored one of the most amiable hits of 1997 with "All for You," a jangly roots-pop sing-along that lit up adult alternative stations but marked the band as another 1990s one-hit wonder (at least among listeners who correctly...
Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009

Tonight @ Potawatomi Bingo Casino, 8 p.m.

Sister Hazel scored one of the most amiable hits of 1997 with “All for You,” a jangly roots-pop sing-along that lit up adult alternative stations but marked the band as another 1990s one-hit wonder (at least among listeners who correctly...
Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2009

Release (Rock Ridge Music)

On Release, Sister Hazel’s ninth CD this decade, the Florida-based jangle rockers decided to make the songwriting process more democratic. Rather than have lead vocalist/acoustic guitarist Ken Block do most of the heavy lifting, each of the five members penned at least two tunes. The result is an...
Sunday, June 28, 2009

Tonight @ Miller Lite Oasis, Summerfest, 8 p.m.

Sister Hazel scored one of the most amiable hits of 1997 with “All for You,” a jangly roots-pop sing-along that lit up adult alternative stations but marked the band as another 1990s one-hit wonder (at least among listeners who correctly attribute that one hit to them—to this day many listeners understandably assume that Blues Traveler recorded the song). Sister Hazel, who ironically plays Summerfest on the same night as Blues Traveler, but not on the same stage, have changed remarkably little over the past decade—they still sound a lot like Blues Traveler...
Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008

Tonight @ the Rave - 8 p.m.

Sister Hazel scored one of the most amiable hits of 1997 with “All for You,” a jangly roots-pop sing-along that lit up adult alternative stations but marked the band as another 1990s one-hit wonder (at least among listeners who correctly attribute that one hit to them—to this day many listeners understandably assume that Blues Traveler recorded the song). Sister Hazel, who return to the Rave tonight for an 8 p.m. show, have changed remarkably little over the past decade—they still sound a lot like Blues Traveler, with a dash of Counting Crows—but although they’ve...
Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2007

Santa's Playlist (Rock Ridge Music)

Every year, it seems like the artists who are least likely to release a holiday record are the ones who do exactly that (Twisted Sister, anyone?). And now you can add veteran acoustic jangle-rockers Sister Hazel to that list.

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