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April 2016

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The Music of Lead Belly
Bob Estes
Ives & Company
PK Harmony
Ruth Williams & Sandy Stehling

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Amanda Suckow
Julie Brandenburg
Jake Weyenberg

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Living Activism Night
The Women's Center

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Earthstravaganza
Earth Poets and Musicians

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The Portage Road Songwriters Guild

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Open Stage

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Patty Stevenson & Craig Siemsen
Nzinga

 

May 2016

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The Music of Tom Waits
Phil Gatewood
David Kaye & the Electric Mustache
Tom Plutshack
John Stano

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Living Activism night
The Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative

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Brett Kemnitz New Song Concert
The John King Band

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Salute the 49th season

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Saturday, April 2


Join us as we celebrate the music of Lead Belly in a food pantry benefit.
Featuring Bob Estes, Ives & Company, PK Harmony, and Ruth Williams & Sandy Stehling.
8:00, $4 suggested donation plus two cans of food.


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Saturday, April 9


Saturday, April 9th: Two fine songwriters share the stage harmoniously.
Multi instrumentalist Amanda Suckow reverbnation.com/amandasuckow Julie Brandenburg riverwestcurrents.org on keyboards,
each singing leads on their own tunes and harmonies on the other's.
Fingerstyle guitarist Jake Weyenberg opens the show with instrumental standards.
8:00, $5 suggested donation.


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Sunday, April 10


Living Activism Night brings you a benefit for The Women's Center twcwaukesha.org
with guest artists John King, Mary Wacker, Karen Levy, Peter Lee, and Bob Estes
performing, traditional, folk, and classic rock.
7:00, free will donation going to The Women's Center.


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Saturday, April 16


Something to get excited about, the 29th annual Earthstravaganza with The Earth Poets and Musicians. Suzanne Rosenblatt,
Holly Haebig milwaukeerenaissance.com , Jahmes Finlayson onedrum.net, Harvey Taylor harveytaylor.net and the ever popular TBA .
8:00, $5 suggested donation.


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Saturday, April 23


The Portage Road Songwriters Guild bring their 13th annual concert of new songs. That's right, Eric Baer, Jay Bullock,
Chris Wayne Head, Mark Plotkin, Chris Straw, and Barb Webber fairwebberfolkmusic.com
bring their new creations fresh from the oven for you listening enjoyment.
8:00, $5 suggested donation


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Sunday, April 24


YOU are the star if you like as this is our Open Stage with musicians, writers of poetry and prose, maybe a comedian or a juggler.
You just never know.
7:00, $3 suggested donation


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Saturday, April 30


Who has been getting airplay all over the country? The singer/songwriter duo Patty Stevenson & Craig Siemsen, pattycraig.com two meticulous musicians whose harmonies are some of the best anywhere, as are their well crafted songs and covers.
The opener, Nzinga, won last year's Coffee House Talent Contest. You'll hear why as you hear her covers of some great songs as well as some she's written herself.
8:00, $5 suggested donation.


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Saturday, May 7


We salute The Music of Tom Waits in a food pantry benefit featuring Phil Gatewood, David Kaye & the Electric Mustache, Tom Plutshack, and John Stano johnstano.com .
8:00, $4 donation plus two cans of food.


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Sunday, May 8


This evening's Living Activism Night benefits The Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative mkehomelessvets.org and features
WAMI Singer Songwriter award winner for 2016 Jason Moon . jasonmoon.org and Matt MF Tyner .
7:00, free will donation going to Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative.


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Saturday, May 14


The 33rd annual New Song Concert of Brett Kemnitz will feature songs on all sorts of subjects, usually with a dash, dollop or more of humor. Opening is The John King Band with Paul Smith, Ives Iverson and some guy on bass.
Playing the songs of Townes Van Zandt and Mickey Newbury.
8:00, $5 suggested donation.



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Saturday, May 21


We salute the end of our 49th season, our past and our future with a special show that includes Andy Jehly, Mississippi Sawyer,Bill Murtaugh, Paul Smith, Sweet Diversity, Viper & his Famous Orchestra. theviper.org Jym Mooney mootownproductions.com will host.
The extravaganza that starts early so be sure to get here on time.
7:00, $10.00 suggested donation.

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