Friday, March 14 :: Brian Dale Band
Brian Dale, singer, songwriter and drummer, is sought after for his incredible ability to create music as passionate as it is intelligent. Raised by dedicated musicians, he developed an early appreciation for musical expression, diversity, expertise, passion and style. Brian has performed with Ambrosia, Joe Puerta and Peter Mac, and has numerous CDs and jingles to his credit.
Friday, March 21 :: The Tritonics
The Tritonics are Dave Bolyard, Tom Plutshack, Karl Landwehr and Jeff Stehr. They write, arrange and perform original music written in the Jamaican roots styles of rock steady, ska and reggae. They also cover crucial standards of those genres by artists like Alton Ellis, Delroy Wilson, Toots and the Maytalls, The Heptones, Johnny Clarke, The Valentines and The Jamaicans. In addition, The Tritonics apply a unique process they’ve dubbed “doowopification” to rock ‘n’ roll classics. Doowopification reinterprets and revitalizes (ital-izes!) classic rock standards, anointing them in the name of Jah with stripped down, Jamaican roots-style arrangements, one dropcentered rhythm and harmony-heavy vocals.
Friday, March 28 :: Douglas Steven Luna
In 2014, it will be 19 years since Singer/ Songwriter/Guitarist Douglas Steven Luna (Corporate Angel) released his first solo CD. His songwriting has taken many twists and turns throughout the years, being self taught he sings and plays all but the drums on his three releases “Spell You’re Under,” “Luna” and “Peace N’ Serenity.” He’s been playing guitar for 31 years... lately, the acoustic guitar has been his go-to instrument.
Select Saturdays at 9:30PM :: The Vitrolum Republic
Milwaukee-based The Vitrolum Republic melds various styles into what might best be described as classically infused folk music. Their original compositions seamlessly blur genres, with elements of classical music, bluegrass, folk, and gypsy tango all part of the mix.
Wielding violin, acoustic guitar, mandolin, banjo, upright bass, piano and a variety of percussion instruments, Vitrolum Republic forges a distinct sonic path unlike any you've likely traveled.
Upcoming Dates: March 22, April 19, May 10