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Entries from February 2013

Episode 279 - The Jimmys

February 22nd, 2013 · Comments

Led by Jimmy Voegeli, The Jimmys powerfully blend rock, soul, and swing into a fun and energetic show.

Tags: Music · Live Music · Jazz · Rock · Blues

Episode 278 - Steve Cohen

February 22nd, 2013 · Comments

Accomplished Milwaukee based blues performer Steve Cohen.


Tags: Music · Live Music · Folk · Rock · Blues

Episode 277 - Richie Cole

February 10th, 2013 · Comments

Arguably the greatest living keeper of the bebop flame, alto saxophonist Richie Cole returns to Madison in this season kickoff program for Madison Music Collective’s “Jazz on a Sunday” series hosted by Chris Wagoner and Mary Gaines of Mad Toast Live.  Richie will be joined by a rhythm section led by our celebrated local pianist Dave Stoler.

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Tags: Music · Live Music · Jazz

Episode 276 - Freedy Johnston

February 5th, 2013 · Comments

After Rolling Stone and Spin hailed his 1992 release, “Can You Fly” a masterpiece, its success led to a major label deal with Elektra (produced by Butch Vig), for whom Johnston released “This Perfect World in 1994, which included his breakthrough hit, “Bad Reputation”.  Other critically acclaimed albums followed and critics have continue to praise Johnston effusively, solidifying his reputation as one of the finest and most singular voices in the singer-songwriter genre.  Splitting his time between NYC and Madison, you may have caught Freedy in past years in rare Madison shows with Garbage alums, Butch Vig and Doug Erikson and Madison main-stays James “Pie Cown, Bill “Stick” Bielefeld and Jay Moran in their clandestine cover-band, The Know-It-All-Boyfriends.

Tags: Music · Live Music · Folk · Rock · Songwriter

Episode 275 - Adam James Sorensen

February 5th, 2013 · Comments

Returning to his native home, Chicago, was the catalyst for his newly released sol debut, “Midwest”, which features a highly seasoned group of musicians including violist Eyvind Kant (Bill Frisell, Beck), multi-instrumentalist Mark Spencer (Son Volt), cellist Christopher Hoffman (Henry Threadgill), Seattle singer-songwriter Rachel Harrington and mandolin legend Don Stiernberg.

Tags: Music · Live Music · Folk · Songwriter

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