If you thought that Elton John's Saturday night gig at the Fiserv Forum was going to be his last-ever Milwaukee performance, think again.
His name on the marquee alone was reason to attend the concert, but we've compiled a number of other reasons fans shouldn't have slept on their last chance to see the Rocket Man perform live.
I didn't expect to get this scathing e-mail over a ancient review of the puzzling Elton John concert at the Harley 100th anniversary. But I did. Enjoy it again.
I have a bunch of memories from that bash. I rented out my house to some bankers from Boston for $2,000. I got LASIK surgery that week, and spent the time recovering at my then-girlfriend-now-wife's house. But most of all, I remember "the show."
The Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center continues to book high-profile acts ahead of its fall 2018 opening, and on Wednesday announced its biggest name yet: Elton John will play at the new Bucks arena on Feb. 19, 2019, as part of his "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" tour.
The latest episode of Milwaukee Soundbites chats with radio personality Steve Palec, who chats about how "Walt Disney's Three Adventures of Davy Crockett" impacted his current radio show and admitting his appreciation of disco.
You made it through the 110th H-D anniversary festivities, Milwaukee. We hope you have some good memories of this weekend. But don't forget about all the hilarious and awkward things that happened at previous anniversary bashes.
Last night, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members tore through a 19-song set that spanned the band's 43-year career - from "Same Old Song and Dance" off of 1974's "Get Your Wings" to "Oh Yeah" from their 2012 release "Music From Another Dimension!"
This week the dirty deed is done dirt cheap by bass player extraordinaire David Gregorski, who is currently holding down the low end for the explosively dissonant punk outfit Death Dream which draws from acts like Flipper and the Melvins. You may also know him from his time in Milwaukee garage rock legends The Mistreaters, his former DJ duties at WMSE, or from his continued presence behind turntables at a bar near you.
Last night's Emmycast deserves a few of its own awards.
The earthquake that crushed Haiti's capital has caused the usual mobilization of TV anchors and correspondents who are bringing the tragedy into U.S. homes... And, on a far less serious note, Conan O'Brien continues to have fun with his situation at the expense of NBC.
Remember the Elton John concert at Harley's 100th anniversary party? Here's the original review from Sept. 1, 2003.
Can you believe five years have passed since Harley's 100th anniversary bash invaded Milwaukee? The block parties, the lakefront exhibits, the copious displays of public nudity -- and of course, the highly controversial Elton John concert -- it all seems like yesterday.
It seems like just yesterday that thousands of disappointed motorcyclists were scratching their heads in bewilderment and disappointment as Elton John sang songs such as “Daniel” and “I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues” along Milwaukee’s lakefront.