Milwaukee Event Calendar

Anna Vogelzang / Courtney Hartman / Coyote Brother

Oct. 10, 2019 8:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.

ANNA VOGELZANG// COURTNEY HARTMAN// COYOTE BROTHER- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10TH 8PM More Info $10 advance tickets HERE // $12 door ANNA VOGELZANG: The feeling of living within a transient physical state while living in new surroundings was the origin of Anna Vogelzang’s upcoming album, Beacon, co-produced with Tyler Chester, set to be released this October. The group of songs was born from both places of unknowing, and ultimately proved itself inspired by the West Coast ether. Beacon is Vogelzang’s seventh studio album and celebrates the momentum of surrendering to the unknown, a feeling she knows intimately from her time in L.A . Her music transcends place by acknowledging the true illuminating source of soul and sound: people and self. COURTNEY HARTMAN : With her most recent release, Ready Reckoner, Courtney Hartman provides the listener with a conduit for self-exploration—a factor that fulfills one of her greatest hopes in sharing the album with the world. “If you listen to any of these songs and step away feeling lifted or carried to a different place, that is a real and true honor,” she says. Born from purposeful self-examination, Ready Reckoner finds Hartman taking the helm as producer transforming her most private ruminations into songs both bracingly intimate and magnificently vast. In that process, the Loveland, Colorado-based artist worked in collaboration with co-producer Shahzad Ismaily (a multi-instrumentalist known for his work with Lou Reed and Tom Waits) and assembled a close-knit community of musicians, including guest appearances from Anais Mitchell and Bill Frisell. Recorded mainly at Figure8 in Brooklyn and mixed by Tucker Martine (Neko Case, My Morning Jacket), Ready Reckoner unfolds in extraordinarily detailed textures, a nuanced yet wholly unpredictable sound equally given to moments of hushed simplicity, improvisatory freedom, and flashes of symphonic splendor. Hartman’s finely-honed musicality has firm roots in her upbringing, which included taking up violin at three, learning to play guitar at 11, and writing her first song at 12. She spent much of her childhood immersed in the bluegrass world, a factor that eventually led to her seven-year stint in Grammy-nominated band Della Mae. During her time with the band, Hartman also released a collaboration album with Robert Ellis (2017’s Dear John) and another with Taylor Ashton (2018’s Been on Your Side). COYOTE BROTHER: Coyote Brother’s songs are steeped in the spirit of traditional country music with rich imagery and poignant melodies that carry the listener through the drama of the modern world. Solo show. Tickets!

Anodyne Coffee – Walker's Point
224 E. Bruce St.
Milwaukee, WI 53204
(414) 763-1143
Venue Description:
In addition to being a certified organic roasting facility and cafe, the Walker's Point Anodyne serves craft beer and wine and hosts live music on many Friday and Saturday nights.
Anodyne Coffee – Walker's Point