Walter Trout

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Milwaukee's Rashita Joneses specialize in grungy, psychedelic garage-punk delivered with just the right amount of scuzziness—which is to say, a lot of scuzziness. It was only this March that the trio delivered their first EP, but since breaking th.. Read more

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In press materials accompanying his latest album, Common Ground, singer/guitarist Walter Trout claims that “I’ve almost created my own genre.” While a comment like that smacks of narcissism, it’s also tough to argue. Over the cours Read more

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Booze and drugs defined Walter Trout’s early career as a young blues musician. The former Canned Heat and Bluesbreakers guitarist would have to be on something in order to get the right feeling to perform, but after Carlos Santana gave him ... Read more

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Thursday, March 26 Brian Regan @ The Riverside Theater, 7:30 p.m. Fora comedian, a Patton Oswalt endorsement is lik,This Week in Milwaukee Read more

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