Next up: Summerfest

Thanks to the Mad Steintist in Waukesha for inviting us to play on Friday, June 22. We had a great crowd, and we hope to return there soon. Next Up: Summerfest. We were honored to be asked to perform last year at the old U.S. Cellular Connection Stage at Summerfest 2017. We are very grateful to be asked back to perform at the new and improved U.S. Cellular Connection Stage for Summerfest 2018. The stage will feature a full day of country-leaning music, including the WhiskeyBelles, Jimmie Allen, Devin Dawson and headliner Brett Young. In addition to playing music from our first two CDs, we also may perform a song or two from the early days of country/ pop music to start the country music theme of the day. Hope to see you there at 2 p.m. July 5.

Next up: Mad Steintist

Thanks to Todd Fink, sound tech Rob and the rest of the Potawatomi crew for allowing us to play in such a professional venue on Friday night, June 15. They really know how to treat musicians well. Next up: Friday, June 22, at the Mad Steintist, 200 Madison St., Waukesha. First power chord will be struck at 8:30 p.m. The Mad Steintist, formerly the Lucky Rabbit, is a great live music venue with ample seating, a formal stage, friendly bartenders and great drink specials.

Next up: Tosa Tonight

RGN-Summerfest-20170702-0266.jpgPlease join us on Wednesday, June 13, as we help open the Tosa Tonight concert series with a performance at the Rotary Performance Pavilion at Hart Park, at N. 68th and W. State streets in Wauwatosa. We will be playing a one-hour set beginning at 6 p.m. that will feature seven of our original songs along with covers of music by Led Zeppelin, the Byrds, Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee Nina Simone and the Allman Brothers. We’ll be opening for The Differentials, a Wauwatosa band that will be playing music from the songbooks of the Eagles, Jackson Browne, the Traveling Wilburys and more. Tyler will be accompanying the band on lead guitar, and Rebecca will be joining The Diffs to sing songs by Linda Ronstadt. It should be a great evening of superb music by two local bands on a beautiful night.