We’ll be playing our first gig at The Cheel, 105 S. Main St., Thiensville, on Oct. 3, and if weather permits we’ll be performing outdoors. So if you’ve been craving live music but have been wary of indoor gigs, join us for some outdoor fun. The Cheel features a unique menu of tasty dishes along with fine beverages served in an upscale atmosphere. Hope to see you there.
We had a great socially distanced time Aug. 8 at Studio Winery in Lake Geneva. Thanks, Doug, for inviting us back. We’re scheduled to perform there again Oct. 10.
We’ll be playing as a full band for the first time in five months Saturday, Aug. 8, when we invade the Studio Winery in Lake Geneva. First chord will be struck at 5 p.m., and we’ll be playing our original music plus covers until 9 p.m.
Alright! It’s been a while but we have two gigs this month, both as duos. Tyler and I will be playing from 5-9 on Friday, July 3rd at Studio Winery in Lake Geneva.
We are also excited to be playing in the beer garden at Kegel’s Inn from 5-8 on July 25th. We can’t wait to be out playing again. Come on out and support local businesses!
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we won’t be performing Tuesday night, June 9, at Parkside 23 in Brookfield. Once businesses become more comfortable about opening up, we hope to return there for a show soon. We miss playing live music! Stay tuned for updates.
Restrictions related to the coronavirus are slowly being eased, but the show by Rebecca and the Grey Notes scheduled for May 22 at Tallys Tap & Eatery in Waukesha has been postponed. While we are eager to get back to performing live music, we want to make sure our fans are safe and healthy. When our live music restarts, watch here and on our Facebook page for updates.
We have been using the Twitter account #hofnerbass to converse with our fans. But that really was the personal account of Mike, our bassist. So we’ve created our own #rebeccaandthegreynotes account on Twitter, and we’ll be testing it out over the next few weeks. If you happen to see us on Twitter, give us a shoutout!
The band returns Friday, March 6, to the site of its first concert, which was held in April 2013. It should be an interesting night because we’ll be debuting some new cover songs, including a rearrangement of a Beatles tune, a blues song made famous by the Allman Brothers and a tune from Joe Walsh’s playlist. Enjoy Tally’s famous and bountiful fish fry, then listen to three sets of original music along with covers of material from artists such as Linda Ronstadt, Norah Jones, Bonnie Raitt, old Fleetwood Mac, the Byrds, Led Zeppelin, and maybe, just maybe, Black Sabbath. First chord will be struck at 8:30 p.m.