Last month, we introduced you to the first annual Chords & Curds Festival. Today, however, we learned a little bit more about the chords part of the brand new event's name as Deer District announced the lineup of local music acts coming to the festival.
GRAMMY award-winning Milwaukee musician Grace Weber announced in a Facebook post on Monday that she has inked a deal with Capitol Records.
Close your eyes and listen to "Till I Hurt You." You might think you're hearing Amy Winehouse or even an old Jackie DeShannon. You'd be wrong, however. It's Grace Weber, the Wauwatosa-raised singer who's returning to her hometown for a gig Saturday at Skylight's beautiful Cabot Theatre.
The burgeoning Milwaukee music scene is waiting to explode out of the Third Coast. The fuse has already been partially lit by the MilwaukeeHome stage team, who are in the midst of bringing some of the city's music down to South By Southwest down in Austin. Another fuse, however, is being lit right here in town by IndieMKE2, a compilation album featuring 20 songs from 20 locally based bands.
Over the course of his career as a recording artist, Colin Hay has managed to rack up quite a few stories. His two-hour solo show Thursday night at the Turner Hall Ballroom was split evenly between songs and anecdotes relating to his career and his life in general.
Kapco, Inc., an industrial metal stamping company in Grafton, has announced the line up for its second "Grand Slam Charity Jam."
Milwaukee-born singer/songwriter Grace Weber is one of four finalists in the running to win fashion retailer maurices Hometown Sound band search.
At 22, Milwaukee native Grace Weber has already accomplished much in her short time on the professional music scene. Through television and concert appearances, her soulful voice and modern musicality have earned her national and international acclaim. With the recent release of her first solo album and its No. 8 debut on iTunes under her belt, Weber is set to return to her hometown for one of only two album release shows.
Grace Weber, a Milwaukee native, has been invited to and will perform in Paris for the official French commemoration of Sept. 11
Milwaukee native, Grace Weber celebrates the release of her first studio album with a show at Turner Hall on Sept. 23.
Christmas music scored well in the first people-meter ratings for Milwaukee radio -- especially as we got closer to Christmas ... Milwaukee's Naima Adepapo tops one list of contenders for "American Idol" ... Grace Weber sings about cotton.
Wauwatosa's talented Grace Weber didn't make it through to the next round of Oprah Winfrey's karaoke competition. But she isn't coming home empty-handed
The interior of the "mother ship" on ABC's new sci-fi series "V" does look like Santiago Calatrava had a hand in its design, but there's no evidence that it's any more than a coincidence. ... Wauwatosa's Grace Weber sings for Oprah Winfrey's national audience. ... And AMC's "Mad Men" ends a fine season.
If you missed her at the biggest music festival in the nation, you can catch singer Grace Weber on national television this week. A native of Wauwatosa, Weber is one of the eight finalists on "Oprah's Karaoke Challenge."
This Saturday, you'll hear some New York pop, jazz and R&B in the Third Ward. Manhattan-based singer / songwriter Grace Weber is in town for the holidays and giving you a special hometown show. Accompanied by Keith Pulvermacher of the Love Monkeys, Weber gets on stage at the Milwaukee Ale House starting at 8 p.m.