Yesterday it was the Miller Lite Oasis; today it's the BMO Harris Pavilion, filling out its headliner lineup for Summerfest 2019.
Lou Gramm and his band will appear on Saturday, July 14, at Mequon Rotary Park as a part of this weekend's Gathering on the Green. The legendary singer spoke with OnMilwaukee in advance of the show about his five decades in rock and roll.
The Wisconsin State Fair today wrapped up its Main Stage lineup, announcing the festival's two final shows: soul icons The Temptations and The Four Tops on Thursday, Aug. 9, as well as classic rockers Foreigner on Saturday, Aug. 11.
In case you need reassurance that it won't be slushy and cold forever, Gathering on the Green announced this morning its lineup for this summer's two-day musical extravaganza, hosted at Rotary Park, 4000 W. Highland Rd., in Mequon on July 13-14.
Milwaukee Admirals President Jon Greenberg announced that Foreigner will perform in a post-game concert on Saturday, March 21 after the Admirals take on the Texas Stars at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
On Friday, Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele will present WTMJ-TV meteorologist John Malan with a Milwaukee County Purple Heart Pass at the Marcus Center's annual Flag Day celebration.
The '80s weren't all bad. We had lots of head-banging heavy metal music and it really tore the place apart. That's the heart behind "Rock of Ages," the Broadway musical running from Nov. 13 to 18 at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.
"Rock Of Ages" is a love story told through the predominantly glam metal music of the `80s, including Journey, STYX, Foreigner, Whitesnake and REO Speedwagon. It's coming to the Marcus Center in November. Here's an interview with Matt Ban, who plays the slightly dazed and confused bar owner, Dennis.
Milwaukee singer Julie Thompson is everywhere these days, doing regular gigs in the area. Thompson didn't grow up a jazz singer. She got her start in church, sang folk and later spent 10 years with a duo that made music for kids. Oh yes, she also sang with Foreigner.
Def Leppard headlines the Marcus Amphitheater on June 29, along with Styx and Foreigner.