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The electrifying multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Grace Potter comes to the Pabst Theater on Feb. 6. Read more

National Act

Lepien’s solid songwriting, just glossy enough production and distinct but familiar vocal phrasing put him in serious contention for national attention. Read more

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Milwaukee-based singer/songwriter Tae presents an album release party at Between Two Galleries on Jan. 9. Read more

Local Music

Nashville’s two songs convey Milwaukee singer-songwriter Zach Pietrini’s artistry at prime form on this EP. Read more

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On the heels of her recently released sixth studio album, 'Kill or Be Kind,' Samantha Fish performs at Shank Hall on Dec. 4. Read more

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Singer-songwriter Caley Conway performs at Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co. in Walker’s Point on Nov. 15. Read more

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Internationally acclaimed vocalist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird comes to the Riverside Theater on Sept. 26. Read more

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At Potawatomi Hotel & Casino’s Northern Lights Theater, Gray proves she’s one of modern music’s true eccentrics, a complicated blend of sheer talent and humility. Read more

Concert Reviews

Documentary focuses on the inspiration behind one of Cohen’s classic songs. Read more

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Singer, songwriter, performer, recorder and producer Joseph Huber celebrates the release of his latest album, Moondog, with a show at Anodyne Coffee’s Walker’s Point Roastery on Aug. 1 with Driveway Thriftdwellers. Read more

Local Music

For veteran singer-songwriter Phil Lee, it is serious business not taking himself too seriously, as evidenced on his standout latest album recorded with his buddies from Crazy Horse. Read more

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On Flowers and Ticket Stubs, singer-songwriter Matthew Davies offers an unpretentiously commercial sound that, with the right conspiracy of circumstances, could elevate him from curbsides and coffeehouses to even greater stages. Read more

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Milwaukee singer-songwriter shows no sign of hitting the pause button. Read more

Local Music

One of Van Morrison’s best latter-day albums, The Healing Game (1997), has been reissued as a three-CD set, with Morrison’s poetic sensibility evident throughout. Read more

Album Reviews

The true gems on this Townes Van Zandt posthumous album of unreleased songs are the never-before-heard songs—“Sky Blue” and “All I Need”—that add significantly to the singer/songwriter’s legacy. Read more

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Milwaukee’s heartfelt songwriter and prolific recording artist Harvey Taylor travels across diverse territory on his latest album, Old Souls. Read more

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After a solo acoustic debut album, Milwaukee’s Joe Richter puts a full band behind its follow-up, Revival. Read more

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On his third album, Vincent Poag displays a distinct voice as a songwriter as well as a singer—an old voice reflecting on a life already half lived. Read more

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Singer/songwriter Peggy James’ fourth album demonstrates an organic consistency sonically and lyrically, with melodies and words sliding out together like twins from the womb. Read more

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After the brooding introspection of his previous album, Salt as Wolves, singer-songwriter Jeffrey Foucault comes up for big gulps of air, and perhaps his most genial album. Read more

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