You know The 5 Card Studs, be it from a club gig, a wedding, a festival or some other event. Milwaukee's premier cover band is a spectacle that is not to be missed.
Usually, when you see The Studs, the band is the evening's sole entertainment. But that's not the case this weekend, when the Studs not only share the stage, but alternate sets with Radio Radio on Saturday, Nov. 5.
Radio Radio opens the evening extravaganza at the Bay View Brew Haus at 9:30. A set by The 5 Card Studs follow and when that's done, they start the thing all over again.
As an added value, bring $10 and you can buy the new "The 5 Card Studs Live at Scotty's" CD.
Admission to the gig is $8. That's a mere $4 per band, and an even bigger bargain at $2 per set.
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