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Published June 27, 2013
Do you like American music? OnMilwaukee.com Publisher Andy Tarnoff does, especially when it's Milwaukee's best musical export of all time. The Violent Femmes and the Avett Brothers opened the Big Gig with a bang on Wednesday night. Here's his review.
Published Feb. 21, 2012
One-time Milwaukeean John Kruth is a teacher, poet and multi-instrumentalist. He's also the co-founder of TriBeCaStan, the world music group that just released its third album, "New Deli."
Published Sept. 23, 2009
If, in 2009, if you need me to tell you who Gordon Gano is, you need to retake Milwaukee 101 before advancing. While the Femmes are likely permanently kaput due to an ongoing lawsuit, Gano is collaborating with The Ryans and the first result of that is "Under the Sun," a sassy, smart punk / pop record that is the best thing he's done in years.
Published Sept. 15, 2009
Last week I interviewed former Violent Femmes frontman -- and erstwhile Milwaukeean -- Gordon Gano for an upcoming Milwaukee Talks centered on his latest project, a collaboration with The Ryans. Before we talked about the Mets, we talked about Richard Hell.
Published Oct. 11, 2007
Rumors are swirling that Milwaukee's folk-punk pioneers, racked by a lawsuit and inner turmoil, will play their final live shows this weekend at a Connecticut casino.
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