Dad Rock Radio, an award-winning show broadcast on Marquette University’s station, aired an interview earlier this week with Rebecca and Tyler. Thanks to Jennifer Walter and Natalie Walter, sisters who started the program in memory of their father, for inviting father and daughter Tyler and Rebecca to speak and perform. Take a listen here.
Thanks to John Cramer and the entire staff at the Oconomowoc Arts Center for playing host to our band for two incredible nights as part of the center’s Cabaret Cafe series. Stay tuned for announcements of our summer schedule, including gigs at Tally’s Tap & Eatery, Polish Fest, Summerfest and the Wisconsin State Fair.
In advance of the two-night residency of Rebecca and the Grey Notes March 15-16 at the Oconomowoc Arts Center, Kenosha County radio station WGTD will be broadcasting one of our original songs every day this week, beginning Monday, March 11, around 12:18 p.m. during the station’s Noon Tunes show. WGTD-HD airs at 91.1 FM in Kenosha and Racine, 101.7 FM in Elkhorn and 103.3 FM in Lake Geneva. If you don’t live in or near those areas, you can listen live via the station’s homepage at www.wgtd.org. Thanks to Dave McGrath and the station for the air time! For tickets to the Oconomowoc Arts Center shows, call (262) 560-3172.
Thanks to the Studio Winery for allowing us to perform on Feb. 16. We had a big crowd that stayed all night. Thanks to Doug for booking us. We hope to be back soon. Next up: The Oconomowoc Arts Center, where we will enjoy a two-night residency on March 15-16. Dinner will be served at 6:15 each night, and music from Rebecca and the Grey Notes will begin at 7 p.m. and end around 9 p.m., with a 15-minute break for, of all things, dessert! This will be our first dinner-and-music show, and only a limited number of tickets are on sale. Please join us for an enjoyable evening that will be part of the center’s Cabaret Cafe series, which has featured two other bands.
If you’re tired of shoveling snow and shivering in the cold, we have just the cure for you. Please join us as we rock the Studio Winery in Lake Geneva this Saturday, Feb. 16, from 4 to 8 p.m. Yes, it’s an early show, but don’t let that fool you. We had all the tables and chairs full when we performed there late last year. The winery is the best continuing live music venues in Lake Geneva, so sip some wine and listen to some
great music…and you don’t have to pay a cover charge to get in!
While most of the performances of Rebecca and the Grey Notes are very public, the band does accept invitations to perform at private parties, such as the one the band did last week in Brookfield. We can set up our equipment pretty much anywhere, from a hotel banquet room (see photo below) to your living room. If you’re interested in having the band do a private party gig, send us a message and we’ll work it out. By the way, our next very public gig will be 4-8 p.m. Feb. 16 at the Studio Winery in Lake Geneva. No cover. Hope you can join us.
The band is getting back together after enjoying a good holiday break. We have a private party later in January, so our first public appearance of 2019 will be Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Studio Winery in Lake Geneva. We performed there last year and had a large crowd, so we’re looking forward to returning to this rockin’ venue. This will be an early show, with the first chord struck at 4 p.m. and the last chord struck at 8 p.m. Enjoy Lake Geneva’s winter wonderland firsthand by starting the day with wine and free live music.