Monthly Archives: February 2017

Heid Music Collaborates with Guitars for Vets


Non-Profit Organization Provides Free Guitars and Lessons to Veterans Heid Music announces a new collaboration with Guitars for Vets, a Wisconsin-based non-profit organization that provides free guitar instruction, a new acoustic guitar, and accessories to veterans struggling with physical injuries, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other emotional distresses. Heid Music will soon begin managing the online, local and event-based resale operation of donated guitars and musical instruments for Guitars for ... Read More »

Unsung Heroes of Milwaukee Rock and Roll – Justin Perkins

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By Blaine Schultz Justin Perkins makes his way through a sold out, packed-like-sardines Cactus Club in Milwaukee’s Bayview neighborhood. No one pays him any mind. This is the guy who mixed and mastered former Replacement Tommy Stinson’s new Bash and Pop album. Then he was asked to play bass on the tour. Ten minutes later the Cactus Club is even  ... Read More »

“Ben Folds & A Piano” Tour at the Meyer 


  Multi-platinum selling singer/songwriter/producer Ben Folds will continue his “Ben Folds & A Piano” solo tour at the Meyer Theatre on Tuesday, February 14, 8 p.m.  Folds will deliver more unique power rock performances that showcase his recently released songs and classic hits using the intimacy of just a piano. Folds will also continue to offer pre-performance VIP events, which ... Read More »

Stone Arch Scottish-Style Ale


By Steve Lonsway Today we will talk about a beer that is very close to the hearts of all who put this article together; the Stone Arch Brewery staff.  You see, when we embark on a beer article, we go to a nearby store and purchase a beer that jumps out at us from the shelves.  It could be really ... Read More »

EAA Skiplane Fly-In Set for Saturday, February 18

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More than 25 skiplanes expected to fly in for free event at EAA’s Pioneer Airport One of the area’s most colorful events of the season, the annual EAA Skiplane Fly-In, will be held on Saturday, Feb. 18, at the EAA AirVenture Museum’s Pioneer Airport in Oshkosh. In past years, more than 25 skiplanes have landed at Pioneer Airport each year ... Read More »

Vic Ferrari: Symphony on the Rocks and Together Again with SMT


By George Halas The Inquisition has been ruminating on the term “cover band,” which for certain musicians and fans is a pejorative. For others, “tribute” bands who “cover” hit songs by other artists note-for-note are in high demand and often achieve financial success and longevity. While they don’t play their own stuff and perform compositions by Beethoven, Mahler, Mozart, et ... Read More »

Steve March-Torme Uncovered


March-Torme at the Meyer Theater By George Halas In conjunction with 91.1 The Avenue, Steve March-Torme will debut a new show, “Uncovered,” on Friday, March 3rd, at The Meyer Theater in Green Bay. The program will showcase songs by singer-songwriters of the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and more. The Meyer is an ideal place for this show. “I like performing at ... Read More »

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