Join Mile of Music Presents for a special Album Release event with Mile of Music Festival alumni Fort Frances (Chicago) as they release their newest album, ‘The Front Page of The Modern Age.’
Don’t miss this special showcase at Gibson Music Hall. Local favorites Christopher Gold and The New Old Things will kick things off starting at 8:00 p.m.
This is a 21+ event with limited capacity and is a club-style show with limited seating available.
Quick Event Info:
Who: Fort Frances, Christopher Gold and The New Old Things
What: Fort Frances Album Release Party
When: Friday, November 8 at 8:00 p.m. (Doors at 7:30 p.m.)
Where: Gibson Music Hall (Gibson Music Hall – 211 W. College Avenue, Downtown Appleton)
Tickets: $12 in advance, $15 at the door (Tax/fees additional.)
Tickets are $10 for 2019 Music-Makers through 11/7 using a special code sent via email.
This is a 21+ event.
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Yipes! returns to the Fox Valley
The People Brothers Band & Porky’s Groove Machine are teaming up for an 8 city run starting Halloween in Winona and ending on New Years Eve. On 11.2, they hit Appleton with Fox Valley’s favorite Feed the Dog.
“You” won’t want to miss this show. Tickets WILL sell out for this show, so snatch them up before they’re gone!
Nashville Rock returns to Appleton with local support, North Wind and the Sun.
We celebrate the work of Wayne Shorter for our 12th installment of the Gibson Music Hall Jazz Sessions. Sure to be an exciting night with the width of scope that Wayne has to offer. From playing with Miles Davis, The Jazz Messengers, to Steely Dan, Wayne’s compositions are standard in many sub-genres.
The band features Jason Reisdorf on sax, Matthew Ryan Osowski on keys, Austin Bolden on bass, and some drummer.
First set is at 7 pm, and the the second set is open to any musicians who’d like to come up and jam with the band.
This show is part of The Loot’s Fall 2019 guest musician series featuring Tomahawk-native brother David Blessent on Bass and The Fox Valley’s well known guitar shredder Max Jones!
Free Entry | $5 suggested donation
Billy Bronsted and the Loot are a predominately hard-playing, big-sounded duo from Wisconsin’s Northwoods. Billy and his percussionist, John Kneipp were both born and raised in Tomahawk, Wi, where their love for music was definitely thought of as unique. Tomahawk is a place full of grounded, family oriented, peaceful, hardworking people. Strong values were instilled, shaping the way they walk through their lives. Their peaceful upbringing has played a major hand in their sound; as story-telling and writing is second nature to them. The duo’s rythmic sound of the drum mixed with Bronsted’s plucking puts the listener in a feel-good vibe. Listening to their albums, you almost feel as if you’ve been pulled into the woods around a campfire and you’re listening to their stories set to music.
The duo first came together musically in 2008. Billy Bronsted and John Kneipp made their first series of demos with friends. Shortly after, with John on a 3 year hiatus from music, Billy found himself working on multiple musical projects. During this time, he worked on building his talents and reputation in close collaboration with David Blessent, with whom he founded projects such as Linus and the Lute and One Strong Army.
Since John’s return to music, John and Billy have been hard at work creating their next evolution as performing artists, Billy Bronsted & The Loot.
The Loot often consists of just Billy and John but the boys have been known to collaborate with several Wisconsin artists while they continue to expand their sound.
The Madtown Mannish Boys are a Madison-based Blues band who are steeped in Chicago-style Blues, including artists like Muddy Waters, Junior Wells, Otis Spann, Paul Butterfield, and Little Walter. They perform with raw exuberance and driving rhythms that make you want to boogie. Some of their tunes are harmonica-driven, played with gritty fervor and intense energy. Others are soulful ballads, heavily influenced by the likes of Otis Redding and Sam Cooke. This mix of styles and genres makes for an entertaining and dynamic show that you won’t want to miss.
Get your bluegrass on!
8pm | FREE
Blues as blues is meant to be.
Come check out some great local, original music while raising awareness for Snowdrop Foundation WI!
Snowdrop Foundation WI provides scholarships to college bound pediatric cancer patients and survivors while raising awareness and funding for continued research to cure childhood cancer.
60% funds allocated towards cancer research
40% funds allocated towards scholarship program
All funds stay within the state!
96 cents of every dollar is applied towards Snowdrop’s mission
Check out Snowdrop WI
October 10th Event Details:
The Royal Blue: 5:30PM
Ike Arumba and the Infidels: 6:30PM
Amelia Ford: between sets of first two bands
(note: all band times are approximate)
Gibson Music Hall – October 10th, starting at 5PM
No cover charge / Free will donations welcome
Light food will be served
Thank you to each of these musicians for their desire to support local non-profit Snowdrop Foundation WI via this event. We are excited for a night of awesome music and friends!