A spiritual moment when energies connect on a musical level it’s like no other feeling and SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30th will be one special event featuring J-COUNCIL & the KEITH PULVERMACHER BAND at GIBSON MUSIC HALL downtown APPLETON WI (College Avenue)

Show starts w/J-COUNCIL taking the stage from 8pm to 9:15 followed by the KP BAND from 9:30 to 11pm. This will be a NO COVER / FREE SHOW thanks to Gibson Music Hall.

www.KeithPulvermacherMusic.com

www.J-Council.com

www.GibsonMusicHall.com

*FREE ADMISSION*

Once agian, everyone was so impressed, that we had to bring him back! Join us on July 25th for some Chicago Soul Blues and amazing musicianship.

https://www.facebook.com/OfficiallyPierre/

Pierre “Mr Untouchable” Lee is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who’s Dynamic stage presence and energy will Electrify any audience Pierre is a nationally traveled artist and musician who has played with blues and soul greats like Gorgeous George Stancell, Jerome Durham, Jimmy Burns, and has recently shared the stage with Blues Legend John Primer. Pierre and his band will be returning to rock the house once again. This is definitely a show you do not want to miss!

Expansion Theory Productions brings Thanksgrooving to a new city after 11 years in Neenah AND Wisgo is back in town.

Please welcome special event host Benny Pockets and his merry band of rockers to Gibson Music Hall. The forecast calls for a night of original progressive roots rock along with influences of The Rolling Stones, Sublime, The Talking Heads & more.

Music at 8pm
21+
No Cover

This jam/funk combo of amazing musicians will absolutely have you at the very least dancing in your seat. Come party with us.

8pm | FREE

Mile of Music Presents is proud to bring Mile of Music alumni Desert Noises back to Downtown Appleton! The Accords will kick off the party on November 22 at Gibson Music Hall.

The Accords will start at 8:30 p.m. on the Front Stage at Gibson, followed by Desert Noises on the Back Stage of the venue!

This is a 21+ event and is a club-style show with very limited seating available.

Who: Desert Noises, The Accords
When: Friday, November 22 at 8:30 p.m. (Doors at 7:30 p.m.)
Where: Gibson Music Hall Front Stage (Gibson Music Hall – 211 W. College Avenue, Downtown Appleton)

Tickets: $12 in advance, $15 at the door (if they remain). Purchase here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4415312
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ABOUT DESERT NOISES:
Desert Noises is back. Hailing from Provo, UT the band toured extensively throughout the years playing major festivals and venues of all sizes. After a brief hiatus, all four original members are ecstatic about playing music together again and continuing the journey that started over a decade ago. This extended break saw the guys dive into individual artist projects and tours with other bands such as, Cage the Elephant, RayLand Baxter, Wild Child, Harpooner, Dove & the Wolf, Nightingail, and Microwave Mountain. Now, Desert Noises returns to the scene more focused, wiser, and more inspired than ever.
After recording and releasing two new songs (summer 2017) in Austin, TX with some help from members of Wild Child and Shakey Graves. They have started work on a new full length album in their relocated home of Nashville, TN. Its a familiar sound echoes of the spatial landscapes in Mountain Sea, the visceral growl in 27 Ways, and peak yearning from singer-songwriter Kyle Henderson. Theres no telling how high this mountain is that they are climbing, but for four friends from the desert, climbing is what makes them feel at home.
Desert Noises is Kyle Henderson (vocals, guitar), Tyler Osmond (bass, vocals), Brennan Allen (drums), Pat Boyer (guitar)

ABOUT THE ACCORDS:
The Accords released their first EP Paper Rhymes in 2018 and theyve since worked with GRAMMY Award-winning producer Gavin Lurssen on their two most recent singles, Vegas Sun and Feels Like. This Wisconsin-based band has performed at many venues across the Midwest, including Summerfest, and its jam-based improvisations make for a memorable musical experience. The Accords have a unique blend of voices that enhance their sound, which is reminiscent of Southern California rock.
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This is a 21+ event.

We want everyone to feel safe and welcome at this event, as well as all other Mile of Music Presents events. View our full Vision of Respect here: https://mileofmusic.com/respect/

Mile of Music/Mile of Music Presents events are produced for the community by Willems Marketing & Events, Inc.

DISCLAIMER: By purchasing a ticket, you voluntarily assume all risks and danger, including the risk of lost, stolen or damaged property or personal injury incidental to any event for which the ticket is issued and waive all claims against the event sponsor, the owner of the facility, the ticket producer or issuer. Admission is subject to compliance with all laws and facility rules and the ticket holder consents to reasonable examinations and searches to ensure compliance. Failure to comply with the law or facility rules may result in refusal of admission or ejection from venue. The ticket holder grants the right and license to Mile of Music/Mile of Music Presents to use his or her image, likeness, name, voice, comments or other proprietary or public rights and that of any minor accompanying the ticket holder in any online promotion, public broadcast or any future use without notification or compensation. Artists subject to change. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.

It’s back! The dates are set for FVRF’19!
Get ready for some great bluegrass, hard blues, folk rock, Americana and much more! The mission is to support Wisconsin-wide music (while still bringing in some out-of-state talent) and a few staple venues in the area that allow us a spot to enjoy said music! Let’s celebrate our roots!

Tickets are available for Friday and Saturday!
No cover charge the Tuesday pre-party, Thursday and Sunday after-party!

Only $40 for both Friday and Saturday! $20 for day passes! Get your tickets now before they sell out! Single day tickets may be available at the door for $25, but availability cannot be guaranteed.
Ticket url: https://foxvalleyrootsfestival.brownpapertickets.com

The Official Beer Sponsor of Fox Valley Roots Festival:

– Appleton Beer Factory
www.appletonbeerfactory.com

Also sponsored by:

– Working Man Co.
www.workingmanco.com

– Russell Sprouts Pineapple Studio
www.facebook.com/russellsproutspineapples/

– Steam Salon And Spa
www.facebook.com/Steamsalonandspa/

– Relik Vintage & Oddity
www.facebook.com/relikvintagenoddity/
www.etsy.com/shop/relikvintagenoddity

Dates, times and venues:

Official Pre-Party – Tuesday, November 12th (9:00PM until 2:00AM) – The Cold Shot (Appleton, WI)
Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/2131534060488998/?ti=as

Evening Shindig – Thursday, November 14th (8:00PM until 2:00AM) – The Cold Shot (Appleton, WI)

Main day #1 – Friday, November 15th (11:00AM until 2:30AM) – Gibson Music Hall (Appleton, WI)

Main day #2 – Saturday, November 16th (11:00AM until 2:30AM) – Gibson Music Hall (Appleton, WI)

Official After-Party – Sunday, November 17th (12:00PM until ?) – Gibson Music Hall (Appleton, WI)

Tuesday artists:

Sons Of Kong
(Alt-rock from Green Bay, WI)

The Schizophonics
(Psychedelic fuzz-rock from San Diego, CA)

Thursday artists:

ThumbKnuckle
(Kazoo folk from Appleton, WI)

TBA

Friday and Saturday artists:

Left Lane Cruiser
(Dirty blues from Fort Wayne, IN)

Carrie Nation And The Speakeasy
(Brass ‘n’ grass from Wichita, KS)

Yes, Ma’am
(Country Blues from New Orleans, LA)

Tejon Street Corner Thieves
(Fast-paces thrashgrass and outlaw blues from Colorado Springs, CO)

The Maness Brothers
(Heavy blues from St. Louis, MO)

20 Watt Tombstone
(Doom blues from Wausau, WI)

S.S. Web
(Dark roots and landlocked sea shanties from Milwaukee, WI)

Jesse Ray And The Carolina Catfish
(Rockabilly rock ‘n’ roll from Grand Rapids, MI)

The Monsters Of Grass
(Bluegrass from Kaukauna, WI)

“Special guest”
(One man band folk blues from Italy)

Dig Deep
(Thrashgrass from Steven’s Point, WI)

Austin Stirling
(Dark gypsy folk from Indiana)

Billy Bronsted & The Loot
(Americana bluegrass from Wausau, WI)

Kiel Grove
(Country from Denton, TX)

Pete Dio And The Old & Dirty
(Country bluegrass from Fort Wayne, IN)

Old Wolves
(Ghost blues-folk from Walworth County, WI)

Cody James (formally Blue Cody)
(Electric folk blues from Oshkosh, WI)

Ganiere (formally The Midwest Jellyfish)
(Ukulele folk from Appleton, WI)

Aaron Lee Kaplan
(Acoustic blues folk from Marshfield, WI)

The Trashy Bluez Project
(Blues rock from De Pere, WI)

Cameron Hadley
(Acoustic folk from Appleton, WI)

Sunday artists:

The MilBillies
(Hot bluegrass from Milwaukee, WI)

The Raglanders
(Alt-country from Green Bay, WI)

Duane Mark
(AmeriKINDA from Austin, TX)

Cherokee Astro
(Instrumental surf punk from Sheboygan, WI)

The Chad O’Kennedy
(Singer songwriter from Tomahawk, WI)

MORE TO COME!

Ticket url: https://foxvalleyrootsfestival.brownpapertickets.com

Check out the Fox Valley Shred Fest ’20 event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/713951442375438/?ti=as

Flannel Fest North 2019
Saturday, November 9th
Gibson Music Hall – Appleton, WI
Doors at 5 PM | Show at 6 PM

Our friends from Spats Restaurant will have some amazing food available for purchase as well! So come hungry!

-LINEUP-
Trapper Schoepp
The Mascot Theory
Beth Kille Band
The North Code
Listening Party

-TICKETS-
$20 ADV / $25 DOS / $35 VIP (includes t-shirt and limited edition letterpress poster)

Tickets on sale now >> http://bit.ly/ffnorth19

Now in its 6th year, Flannel Fest has become an annual celebration of local, regional and national Americana music. Bust out your favorite flannel attire and join the fall-inspired party with some of Wisconsin’s most talented and decorated Wisco-Americana artists. Trapper Schoepp headlines the event. We are once again pleased to partner with Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund, the non-profit benefactor of Flannel Fest. The Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund (KWW/CF) is a statewide non-profit charitable effort that steps in and keeps the heat and power on for thousands of elderly, people with disabilities, veterans and working families with young children in crisis. As a result of generous public, private, business and individual support, KWW/CF provides preventative services and the financial assistance necessary to avert energy-related crisis situations. The KWW/CF provides the only safety net that keeps those most in need safely in their homes.

Thank you Flannel Fest for your support. It made such a difference in keeping the heat and power on for so many in need in our community. We are very much looking forward to this year’s event.
— Tim Bruer, Director of Keep Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund

Sponsored by:
Sooper Dooper
Spats Restaurant
Mile of Music Festival

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.

We want everyone to feel safe and welcome at this event, as well as all other Mile of Music Presents events. View our full Vision of Respect here: https://mileofmusic.com/respect/

Mile of Music/Mile of Music Presents events are produced for the community by Willems Marketing & Events, Inc.

DISCLAIMER: By purchasing a ticket, you voluntarily assume all risks and danger, including the risk of lost, stolen or damaged property or personal injury incidental to any event for which the ticket is issued and waive all claims against the event sponsor, the owner of the facility, the ticket producer or issuer. Admission is subject to compliance with all laws and facility rules and the ticket holder consents to reasonable examinations and searches to ensure compliance. Failure to comply with the law or facility rules may result in refusal of admission or ejection from venue. The ticket holder grants the right and license to Mile of Music/Mile of Music Presents to use his or her image, likeness, name, voice, comments or other proprietary or public rights and that of any minor accompanying the ticket holder in any online promotion, public broadcast or any future use without notification or compensation. Artists subject to change. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.