Next up: Tally’s

Our summer road show continues Friday, July 28, with a performance at Tally’s Tap & Eatery,┬áN31-W24661 W. Sunset Drive, Waukesha. First chord will be struck at 8:30 p.m. Tally’s has a superb and bountiful fish fry, so dig in to a great meal and then dig some music.IMG_1439.jpg

In the video studio

Thanks to an invitation from music critic Piet Levy, we’ll be recording a couple of videos on Monday, July 24, for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Tap Milwaukee section. Both videos will be of songs off our new album, “Volume Two.” If everything goes according to plan, the videos and a band interview will be released prior to our two-day stint in mid-August on the Major Goolsby’s Stage at the Wisconsin State Fair.

Next up: Bastille Days

Once again, we had a great time at Pam’s Fine Wines in Mukwonago. Thanks to Pam and Mike for inviting us back. Next up: One of our favorite gigs, Bastille Days. We will be playing two 50-minute sets on July 14 beginning at 4:30 p.m. and ending at 6:30 p.m. This is one of Milwaukee’s most popular street festivals, and we are thrilled to be playing there again. Hope to see you there.Grey Notes Bastille 1.jpg

Thank you, Summerfest

Rebecca and the Grey Notes had a fantastic time playing at Summerfest. At the risk of missing someone, we’d like to thank all of those who joined us there: Nancy Juley Frank Clines, Mike and Deb Mulvey; Ben and Jen Steele, Ann and Howard Kallio, Mark and Patricia Shimeta Koncki and assorted relatives, Enrique Rodriguez, Gary Jadin, Miles Moffeit and Gina MarieBarton, Bill Schulz, Erica Maley, Brian and Terry Zellmer, Linda Fieldstadt, Jeff Zmania, Jason Rieve, Jeff and Emily Craw-Kallio, Sam and Christopher Koncki and everyone who saw us for the first time. We are truly grateful for all of your support.