Friday, March 6 :: Xeno
Xeno

Xeno’s credits include singing with Milwaukee’s own legendary group “Bad Boy,” and his voice can be heard on numerous albums. Xeno is also a veteran performer of Milwaukee’s music festival, Summerfest. Well-regarded by the international music community, he has earned his reputation as a superlative singer, songwriter, musician and performer. Xeno brings a unique blend of professionalism and artistry to the stage, and his fans delight in his entertaining performances and amazing voice.

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Friday, March 13 :: John Stano
John Stano

An award-winning singer/songwriter of Americana, blues, folk and contemporary acoustic music, John’s sound is a distinctive blend of acoustic guitar, skillful rack harmonica and expressive vocals. Winner of the 2012 Wisconsin Singer/Songwriter Series Songwriting Competition and the 2012 Grafton Blues Challenge, John performs regularly throughout the Milwaukee area. He also wrote and performed the soundtrack for a Milwaukee Public Television documentary on Wisconsin’s role in the Civil War, and his songs ‘From A Rusty Cadillac’ and ‘Pontiac’s No More’ were featured on NPR’s ‘Car Talk.’

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Friday, March 20 :: Jayme Dawicki
Jayme Dawicki

Jayme Dawicki’s piano pop-rock album “Love Love” can be heard on Milwaukee radio stations 88.9 Radio Milwaukee, 89.7 WUWM and 91.7 WMSE. She has performed in 33 states across the country, and her music has been featured in Kohl’s Department Stores, Pandora Internet Radio and on several television networks including MTV, NBC, the CW and Lifetime Network. In 2012, Jayme took the runner-up prize in the AAA/Alternative category at the 8th Annual International Acoustic Music Awards.

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03/27/2015 :: MRS. FUN
MRS. FUN

MRS. FUN plays “nu jazz,” a unique blend of off-center jazz, ultra-funk, spoken-word rap, and their own brand of neo-cabaret. The MRS. FUN sound is derived from Connie Grauer’s funky, bass-driven keyboard playing and Kim Zick’s skillful in-the-pocket drumming. Voted Best Contemporary Jazz Group by the Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) three consecutive years, Grauer and Zick have also received WAMI awards for Best Instrumentalist: keyboards and drums. Grauer has also received awards for Best Female Vocalist and Best Stage Entertainer.

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