After its leader’s divorce and despite glossy new album the band is playing harder and angrier on its new tour.
Rep’s Peter and the Starcatcher is Disney-esque fun but lacks J.M. Barrie’s dark depth.
Tiny Walker’s Point restaurant offers imaginative entrees in a very laid-back atmosphere.
When soul singer Percy Sledge died I immediately thought of this classic. Less known than his big hit, but just as powerful.
George is 82, sings like Johnny Cash, and takes no guff. Nor do his customers, many retired cops who probably still carry guns.
Milwaukee Symphony Pops concert is an all-Disney concert, with music from beloved films that may get the audience singing.
One of Milwaukee's best bassists talks about his new band and life after Kane Place Record Club.
April 14 (414) will feature good food and beer and a line-up of great bands.
Longtime rocker comes to Riverside. And James Hunter comes to Northern Lights.
The co-joined bars at 150-8 E. Juneau share a building from 1876 and boast the cheapest prices on Water Street.
Working-class bar with more than a century of history still opens at 6 a.m. You can feel the ghosts of its rooming-house era.
It's a bar, restaurant, music club and a place that still serves as an Italian Mutual Aid Society.
Once known as the Young Rascals, the band was always tight and soulful, even in this “psychedelic” song.
Its South-by-Riverwest live music series is great fun, with good drink deals.
Classic west side bar has a diverse clientele and morning and afternoon happy hours.
Prometheus plays its last date with violinist Klabunde, and it was a memorable concert indeed.
Get ready for another crazy Present Music concert. It's entitled "Hilarious," but that may be just the half of it.
The Bayshore restaurant Hom has wood-fire grilled food and a North Woods atmosphere. It’s a very comforting place.
The Prometheus Trio performs three great works, one by rising Milwaukee composer Daron Hagen.
A concert of tango music by great composers like PIazzolla and Albeniz features some of the city's top instrumentalists.
UWM professor is a Native American who brings a unique perspective to his art.
The Racine guitar wizard is winning acclaim from heavy metal fans and performers.
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