From around the web here are some stories - some about Milwaukee, some not - but all fun, outrageous or interesting.
Exclusive general admission on-ice passes to see Irish-American Celtic Punk band Dropkick Murphys after the Admirals game Friday, Feb. 24 are on sale now.
Remember when video was an exciting, vital part of the music industry? I'd forgotten, too, until I saw the latest from Dropkick Murphys.
In this space you usually find a roundup of concerts taking place in the clubs, theaters and stadia of Milwaukee. But being the first week of not only the new year, but also a new decade, I decided to ask my co-workers what gigs they hope to see in Brew City in 2010.
Dropkick Murphys made their first Summerfest appearance Friday night and it's not a reach to say it won't be their last. The Boston-based Celtic punk outfit, which has developed a devoted local following with frequent visits and sweat-drenched shows in tiny clubs all the way up to the Eagles Ballroom, played an energetic 90-minute set before a jam-packed house at the Harley-Davidson Roadhouse.
Boston's favorite Celtic punk outfit plays tonight at The Rave. Here is a clip from an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
While many bands are experiencing diminished crowds in these tough economic times, the Dropkick Murphys continue to draw big crowds and expect to do so again tonight at The Rave.
Ken Casey, bassist and founding member of Boston's favorite punk band, talks about the Red Sox, success and his most memorable Milwaukee performance.
A quirky movie, tasty beer, rocking Celtic punk music, tasty Mexican food and a cool tofu dessert are among the topics of conversation this week in the OMC editorial offices.