The Kenosha Artist Showcase begins at 8 p.m. Saturday at Rustic Road Brewing Co, 5706 6th Ave.
Lunde in concert, marks a new album
If you follow local live music you would be hard pressed not to notice somehow One of. Local rockers have put on special retro-themed events like Midnight Special, a rooftop concert reminiscent of the Beatles that is just busy and productive. Speaking of productive, the band will be celebrating their new album “Stickin ‘Around” on Saturday at Kenosha Fusion. Jeremiah Lunde says the band has a lot of new sounds and new voices and textures.
Lunde has her album release show starting at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Kenosha Fusion, 5014 7th Ave.
Memorial Day boosts live music
As a Memorial Day weekend, you now get an extra day of live music at the Petrifying Springs Park Biergarten. Beer and live music will be Pets’ draw on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Milwaukee’s fresh The listening evening will play their brand of Americana which mixes folk, classic rock, soul and bluegrass from 6 years old. Sipos and Young. Chris Sipos and Rachel Young are area favorites who draw you in with their hit versions then slaughter you with the original music. If that doesn’t help, check out their influences which include Bob Dylan, Neil Young, The Band, Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen, Lou Reed, Bruce Cockburn, Pink Floyd and many more. Jay mathes performs on a set afternoon Monday, starting at 3. Praise continues to descend on the singer-songwriter, including raves from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Milwaukee Record and 88Nine Radio Milwaukee. He was also nominated for Singer / Songwriter of the Year by the Wisconsin region music industry in 2015, 2016 and 2017, Country Artist of the Year in 2019 and a win for Best Male Vocalist in Shepherd Express’s Best of Milwaukee.