The nation's top Tom Petty cover band, The PettyBreakers, is in town, and waiting for this show to get here will be the hardest part. Thankfully, you've only got one day left. Here's everything you need to know heading into the show.
When Prince unexpectedly died on April 21 early this year, everyone felt shocked - especially Gabriel Sanchez, the star of The Prince Experience. But he decided to use the sadness to make his show better than ever and ensure the legend lives on properly.
Milwaukee singer and guitar player Roxie Beane has been a musician for as long as she can remember. She gigs about 50 times a year and has upcoming shows at The Lucky Rabbit in Waukesha on July 19 and the Miller Time Pub on July 25, as well as a few outdoor festivals in July.
While The Pabst crowd was definitely appreciative of the band, there was never a transformative moment where it felt like this could actually be a legitimate Beatles show. However, since that is impossible, 1964 the Tribute was about the next best thing and made for a highly entertaining Saturday night in Milwaukee
It has been 20 years since John Hauser and a few coworkers formed a band for what they thought would be a one-time-only performance at a company party. Two decades later, Hauser - along with a completely new lineup of musicians - plays more than 100 shows a year as The LoveMonkeys.
During the winter, cover bands are less prominent than they are during the festival season. We decided to check in with U2Zoo, one of Milwaukee's most popular tribute acts, and see if they're slacking or gearing up for a busy summer.
A lot of people complain about cover bands, but they remain a staple of outdoor summer entertainment. Who's your favorite tribute band? Sound-off now, Milwaukee!
Ian Pesch is heading in an new direction when he opens his new bar, Liquor Sweets, Friday. A founder of the old Globe East, he hopes to reach a bigger audience with his new club.
It's not every day a cover band puts out a live concert DVD. Then again, not every cover band is like the 5 Card Studs. The band will be the first to admit that "So Big It's Alive" is, in fact, larger than life.
Polished, three-part harmonies may not be a priority for most local acts, but Milwaukeeâ€™s Crossfire is not your average garage band. The band plays a great mix of cover tunes, from Johnny Cash to CCR to Lynyrd Skynyrd.