STAND UP COMEDY
May
28
7:00 PM19:00

STAND UP COMEDY

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STAND UP

COMEDY

A night of a bunch of funny weirdos hanging out and telling jokes into a microphone. Hosted by Tennessee comic now living in Madison Will Byrd and opened by the Musical and Comedic stylings of co founder of Madison Comedy Week Jake Snell.

Featured comics: Elijah Holbrook, Colin Bowden, Regan Niemala,

Esteban Touma, A regular emcee at The Comedy Club , Esteban is the host of The Moth in Madison, has been featured on NPR, has contributed to Wisconsin Public Radio, and has opened for nationally recognized comedians such as Chris Redd, Rory Scovel, Michelle Wolf, Wyatt Cenac, and Judd Apatow, who called him “hilarious” (although he was probably just being nice).

Closing the show is the very funny Charlie Kojis. Charlie performs throughout the Midwest and has opened for comedians who include Tig Notaro, Gary Gulman, and Michael Che. He was the winner of Madison's Funniest Comic Competition at Comedy on State in 2016.

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MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY
May
30
7:30 PM19:30

MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY

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MURDER!(S):

A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY FROM ARE WE DELICIOUS?

In the swamps of New Jersey, 1932, a group of down-on-their luck speakeasy denizens take out a $2,000 life insurance policy on the biggest drunk in the bar. When an open tab doesn't kill the drunk, the group attempts more comically outrageous ways to punch their ticket out of the Depression.

FUN FACTS
Writer/Actors: Stacey Garbarski, Gina M. Gomez, Jaclyn June Johnson, Jessica Kennedy, and Denzel Taylor
Director: David Pausch
Designers: Casem AbuLughod and Karen Saari (writing coaches), Laurie Everitt (costumes), Tom Steer (lights)
When: May 23, 24 & 25 and May 30, 31 & June 1 @ 7:30 pm
Where: The Winnebago, 2262 Winnebago St., Madison
Tickets: $15

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MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY
May
31
7:30 PM19:30

MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY

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MURDER!(S):

A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY FROM ARE WE DELICIOUS?

In the swamps of New Jersey, 1932, a group of down-on-their luck speakeasy denizens take out a $2,000 life insurance policy on the biggest drunk in the bar. When an open tab doesn't kill the drunk, the group attempts more comically outrageous ways to punch their ticket out of the Depression.

FUN FACTS
Writer/Actors: Stacey Garbarski, Gina M. Gomez, Jaclyn June Johnson, Jessica Kennedy, and Denzel Taylor
Director: David Pausch
Designers: Casem AbuLughod and Karen Saari (writing coaches), Laurie Everitt (costumes), Tom Steer (lights)
When: May 23, 24 & 25 and May 30, 31 & June 1 @ 7:30 pm
Where: The Winnebago, 2262 Winnebago St., Madison
Tickets: $15

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BRIARPATCH BENEFIT
May
31
8:30 PM20:30

BRIARPATCH BENEFIT

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BRIARPATCH

BENEFIT

Presented by Coney Island Studios

w/ Ramona, Rocket Bureau, Alex Wiley Coyote & TheRealDJPatty

Madison locals Ramona, Rocket Bureau, Alex Wiley Coyote and special guest, TheRealDJPatty are coming together to support one of the most important youth organizations in the city, Briarpatch Youth Services.

Briarpatch Youth Services, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization serving Dane County. The agency’s mission is: Strengthening the Lives of Youth and Families. Founded in 1971, the agency offers a broad array of services to runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth. Briarpatch works closely with local governments and other non-profit organizations to provide unique programs that fill service gaps. Each year, Briarpatch serves approximately 3,000 unduplicated youth. 

Funds raised from this event will go directly to services supporting local youth. Suggested donation / sliding scale -- $5.00 - $25.00

CONEY ISLAND STUDIOS

Serving Midwest Independents Since 1993

www.coneyislandstudiosllc.com

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MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY
Jun
1
7:30 PM19:30

MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY

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MURDER!(S):

A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY FROM ARE WE DELICIOUS?

In the swamps of New Jersey, 1932, a group of down-on-their luck speakeasy denizens take out a $2,000 life insurance policy on the biggest drunk in the bar. When an open tab doesn't kill the drunk, the group attempts more comically outrageous ways to punch their ticket out of the Depression.

FUN FACTS
Writer/Actors: Stacey Garbarski, Gina M. Gomez, Jaclyn June Johnson, Jessica Kennedy, and Denzel Taylor
Director: David Pausch
Designers: Casem AbuLughod and Karen Saari (writing coaches), Laurie Everitt (costumes), Tom Steer (lights)
When: May 23, 24 & 25 and May 30, 31 & June 1 @ 7:30 pm
Where: The Winnebago, 2262 Winnebago St., Madison
Tickets: $15

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RARE ELEMENT
Jun
7
8:00 PM20:00

RARE ELEMENT

RARE ELEMENT

Rare Element performs high-energy instrumental funk music in a truly unique manner. The band’s highly talented roster coupled with it’s creative and intricate arrangements make Rare Element a must-see act.

Chad Whittinghill (trumpet, flugelhorn) and Bryan Husk (tenor, baritone sax) first met in 2003 as members of the urban neo-soul band, VIBE SYNDICATE.  Unbeknownst to them, they would spend the next 16 years playing side by side at hundreds of shows with some of Wisconsin’s finest funk and blues bands.  For years, they honed their skilled working together with Clyde Stubblefield’s weekly Funky Monday shows.  Later, the two would team up with Hammond B-3 ace Jimmy Voegeli and his blues supergroup, The Jimmys.

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Mai Sugimoto & Anders Svanoe
Jun
8
8:00 PM20:00

Mai Sugimoto & Anders Svanoe

The Madison Music Collective presents a special performance by Chicago saxophone Mai Sugimoto’s quartet with Wuentin Coaxum (trumpet), Katie Ernst (bass) and Juan Pastor (drums) as a part of the week long Isthmus Jazz Festival.

The concert will be opened by Madison’s Anders Svanoe Trio with Anders Svanoe (baritone sax), Rodrigo Villanueva-Conroy (drums), and Brad Townsend (bass).

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DUSTIN THOMAS // SPARE CHANGE TRIO
Jun
15
8:00 PM20:00

DUSTIN THOMAS // SPARE CHANGE TRIO

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DUSTIN

THOMAS //

SPARE

CHANGE TRIO

Big hair, big smiles, and a whole lot of love- Wild-hearted globe-trotter Dustin Thomas is making waves from America to Australia with his infectious blend of beat-box/soul-folk. Armed with his voice, a guitar, and universal anthems of love and war; this young singer-songwriter continues to inspire hearts around the world on his mission of peace, joy, and unity. As a touring artist Dustin Thomas is known worldwide for his captivating and unifying performances and soulfully crafted sing-a-longs. As a recording artist, Dustin has built a unique grassroots following online and boasts over a half a million streams on his website alone. Truly a man of the road, Dustin Thomas has shared the stage with the biggest names in conscious music including SOJA, Xavier Rudd, Trevor Hall, Rising Appalachia, and Nahko and Medicine for The People. As an advocate for both social and environmental justice, Dustin Thomas uses his platform to inspire both awareness and consciousness about important issues and writes music that encourages all people from all walks of life to work through the hard times, appreciate the good times, and ultimately to love themselves, love the planet, and love each other.

“…a powerful singer songwriter in the midst of a massive empowerment movement.” – Huffington Post

“His uniqueness defies labels. If you need comparisons, he’s a conduit for something spiritual and real, the way that the great Bob Marley was (and still is) or the way real issues were sung by, say, Tracy Chapman, whose stirring voice, by the way, seems to be echoing in Dustin” – Big Island Weekly

Milwaukee’s own Spare Change Trio, known largely for their eclectic live performances that incorporate the Australian Yidaki (didgeridoo) into flowing soundscapes of reggae, funk, and jazz-fusion, consistently leave audiences wanting more. Deeply rooted in the positive message of reggae music, the band has grown to realize their calling: to spread peace, love, and harmony… while laying down an infectious groove.

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BLUES BRUNCH
Jun
16
10:30 AM10:30

BLUES BRUNCH

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BLUES BRUNCH

FEATURING THE BILL ROBERTS COMBO

The Bill Roberts Combo: is it jazz-blues or blues jazz? We are reuniting these styles in a savory combination of tasty licks and appealing musical presentations. Featuring one of Madison's finest guitarists, Bill Roberts, this group serves up a healthy entree of hot jazz-blues guitar, with side dishes of soulful bass, spicy piano, delicious beets (beats), and often topped with sweet sweet saxophone. Are we carrying this food metaphor too far? Yes. Yes, we are. Come get a taste of the real thing at The Winnebago.

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JAZZ BRUNCH
Jun
23
10:30 AM10:30

JAZZ BRUNCH

JAZZ BRUNCH

w/ Barley Wine

Barley Wine is jazz quartet featuring Molly Fish on vocals, Claire Kannapell on double bass and vocals, Garrick Rohm on keys, and Jason Buck on sax. Sit back and relax while the group plays updated classics by songwriters such as Duke Ellington, Chet Baker, and Cole Porter with some jazzy R&B hits sprinkled in.

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DAN TEDESCO
Jul
11
7:00 PM19:00

DAN TEDESCO

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DAN TEDESCO

2019 AMERICAN DARKNESS TOUR

Dan Tedesco is an alternative folk singer/songwriter based in Des Moines, IA. Musically, he describes himself as existing, “somewhere between Bob Dylan and Motorhead”. Recorded during the latter-half of 2017 in Lexington, KY, “American Darkness”, (out 5.10.19) is Tedesco’s new full-length studio album. In support of the release, he’ll be touring the US throughout the summer and fall of 2019. 

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SHANE LEONARD // CALEY CONWAY // TOM WINCEK
Jul
13
8:00 PM20:00

SHANE LEONARD // CALEY CONWAY // TOM WINCEK

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SHANE

LEONARD

W/ CALEY CONWAY (FIELD REPORT)

& THOMAS WINCEK (VOLCANO CHOIR)

Shane Leonard is a producer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who lives in a modest two-story bungalow on the Eastside Hill of Eau Claire, WI. Thanks to his parents who had a pretty good record collection, he grew up playing drums on pillows along to Santana's Woodstock performance of "Soul Sacrifice", strumming air guitar to Chuck Berry, and gazing at photos of young Steve Jordan in the Blues Brothers' gatefold. Older jazz musicians took him under their wing for a couple decades, and a few really patient teachers even tried to get him into the serious orchestral stuff, but it didn't really take. Still, Shane harbors an appreciation for classical music. He's not saying he doesn't like classical music. It's very cool. After dropping out of music school to hit the books and become a high school English teacher, he became fairly obsessed with traditional folk music and left to travel Appalachia, visiting elder fiddlers and banjoists and learning the old tunes. Eventually he hit the road touring with great bands like Mipso, Field Report, Rose Cousins, The Stray Birds, Oh Pep! and others. Several EPs and full-lengths of original music later (see: Kalispell), he can now be found hunched over a piano and notebook, magnetizing a production team with Brian Joseph (Bon Iver, Paul Simon) that has attracted national artists such as Anna Tivel, Kristin Andreassen (Uncle Earl), Sean Rowe and others to record new sounds in the North. Shane Leonard's forthcoming solo album, Strange Forms, will be released 5/31/2019.

Borne out of an intense two-year period in which Leonard lost his father and then became a father and husband himself, Strange Forms delivers candid ruminations on the themes of rebirth and vulnerability. "I was thirty once / but now I'm thirty-one / I wonder / will I ever feel that I have reached dry land" Leonard ponders over a backdrop of gritty electric guitars and blown-out backbeats. The tones ring like Revolver era Beatles and early Beck; the boldly sincere lyrics recall Ben Gibbard's earnest pen. For roughly a year, two best friends orbited a collection of vintage equipment in a small room, Leonard playing all the instruments and engineer Brian Joseph (Bon Iver, Paul Simon) capturing whatever sounds excited them. A 1950's student model bass drum adorned with a hand-painted bald eagle. Cantankerous guitars pushed through the preamps of a Tascam 4-track cassette recorder. Vocals sung into a smashed-up handheld microphone inherited from Doc DeHaven, the once legendary jazz trumpeter of Madison, Wisconsin. In embrace of innocence and weathered by experience, Leonard confides to his newborn daughter, "ever since the day you were born / time accelerates / already each season feels like / the passing of a day / much as I'd like to be still with you / I know you'll never be the same".

"In Leonard, Tivel has found a partner whose obsession for sonic landscapes matches her own for the written word. His goosebumps-inducing string arrangements feature heavily throughout the record. Leonard also plays percussion on the album and has a standout performance on the song "Shadowland" where he skillfully guides the moody arrangement behind a complex military-inspired beat."
-NPR Music

"With a soft-spoken vocal suspended halfway between the styles of Ben Gibbard and Paul Simon, Shane Leonard strikes a philosophical tone, leveraging an effortless lyricism that blends a personal narrative with the universal force of informed hindsight."
-Chillfiltr

CALEY CONWAY (FIELD REPORT)
Storyscapes in Folk and Indie
"Milwaukee Singer-Songwriter Caley Conway writes about heavy subjects-- relationships, betrayals, people pushed to the brink, the burden of expectations-- but she does so with an extraordinarily light touch, delivering her quippy lyrics behind a barely concealed smirk. Think of her as a more laid-back Gillian Welch-- if Welch doused her record in casual profanity." --Shepherd Express

THOMAS WINCEK (VOLCANO CHOIR)
A digital, generative, improvised representation of minimalist orchestral music, bound with a distorted reflection of non-genre specific dance music.

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GRAVEYARD CLUB // INSIDE VOICE
Jul
18
7:00 PM19:00

GRAVEYARD CLUB // INSIDE VOICE

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GRAVEYARD

CLUB //

INSIDE VOICE

Graveyard Club (Matthew Schufman (vocals, synths), Michael Wojtalewicz (guitar), Cory Jacobs (drums) and Amanda Zimmerman (bass, vocals) began inspired by a unique list of shared interests: the classic short stories of sci-fi author Ray Bradbury, the music of Ryan Gosling’s little-known band Dead Man’s Bones, and a fascination with both 50’s crooners and 80’s pop music. On their new record, Goodnight Paradise, these influences combine with synth-pop and dark surfy sounds to create a distinctly nostalgic feel for a place and time you feel you know intimately, but never really existed. It's Twin Peaks in Cathedral Hill and Boris Karloff at the Under-The-Sea prom of your dreams.

“Whether you grew up with New Order, The Cure, The Smiths, or Echo & the Bunnymen or dig artists like Real Estate, DIIV, Wild Nothing, The Drums, or Arcade Fire this band and album are for you. Graveyard Club draws from, and connects, these great artists while having a unique and expressive voice all their own. Goodnight Paradise is a beautiful record. It's honest, melodic, catchy, layered and simple yet complex - it's a perfect pop album” - Jake Rudh, Transmission, Minnesota Public Radio, The Current

We're a band called INSIDE VOICE. We're trying to work out some feelings about romance, civic duty, technology and modern social life, and being a decent human being. We make music that we might call "weird orchestral music". We each play in other bands too: Bathtub Cig, Fiji-13, We Are The Willows and PETER M

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JAZZ BRUNCH
Jul
21
10:30 AM10:30

JAZZ BRUNCH

JAZZ BRUNCH

w/ Barley Wine

Barley Wine is jazz quartet featuring Molly Fish on vocals, Claire Kannapell on double bass and vocals, Garrick Rohm on keys, and Jason Buck on sax. Sit back and relax while the group plays updated classics by songwriters such as Duke Ellington, Chet Baker, and Cole Porter with some jazzy R&B hits sprinkled in.

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MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY
May
25
7:30 PM19:30

MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY

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MURDER!(S):

A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY FROM ARE WE DELICIOUS?

In the swamps of New Jersey, 1932, a group of down-on-their luck speakeasy denizens take out a $2,000 life insurance policy on the biggest drunk in the bar. When an open tab doesn't kill the drunk, the group attempts more comically outrageous ways to punch their ticket out of the Depression.

FUN FACTS
Writer/Actors: Stacey Garbarski, Gina M. Gomez, Jaclyn June Johnson, Jessica Kennedy, and Denzel Taylor
Director: David Pausch
Designers: Casem AbuLughod and Karen Saari (writing coaches), Laurie Everitt (costumes), Tom Steer (lights)
When: May 23, 24 & 25 and May 30, 31 & June 1 @ 7:30 pm
Where: The Winnebago, 2262 Winnebago St., Madison
Tickets: $15

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MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY
May
24
7:30 PM19:30

MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY

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MURDER!(S):

A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY FROM ARE WE DELICIOUS?

In the swamps of New Jersey, 1932, a group of down-on-their luck speakeasy denizens take out a $2,000 life insurance policy on the biggest drunk in the bar. When an open tab doesn't kill the drunk, the group attempts more comically outrageous ways to punch their ticket out of the Depression.

FUN FACTS
Writer/Actors: Stacey Garbarski, Gina M. Gomez, Jaclyn June Johnson, Jessica Kennedy, and Denzel Taylor
Director: David Pausch
Designers: Casem AbuLughod and Karen Saari (writing coaches), Laurie Everitt (costumes), Tom Steer (lights)
When: May 23, 24 & 25 and May 30, 31 & June 1 @ 7:30 pm
Where: The Winnebago, 2262 Winnebago St., Madison
Tickets: $15

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MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY
May
23
7:30 PM19:30

MURDER!(S): A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY

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MURDER!(S):

A (MOSTLY) TRUE CRIME STORY FROM ARE WE DELICIOUS?

In the swamps of New Jersey, 1932, a group of down-on-their luck speakeasy denizens take out a $2,000 life insurance policy on the biggest drunk in the bar. When an open tab doesn't kill the drunk, the group attempts more comically outrageous ways to punch their ticket out of the Depression.

FUN FACTS
Writer/Actors: Stacey Garbarski, Gina M. Gomez, Jaclyn June Johnson, Jessica Kennedy, and Denzel Taylor
Director: David Pausch
Designers: Casem AbuLughod and Karen Saari (writing coaches), Laurie Everitt (costumes), Tom Steer (lights)
When: May 23, 24 & 25 and May 30, 31 & June 1 @ 7:30 pm
Where: The Winnebago, 2262 Winnebago St., Madison
Tickets: $15

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JOSH COHEN
May
21
8:00 PM20:00

JOSH COHEN

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JOSH COHEN

Josh Cohen is a multi-award winning six-string electric bassist, composer, session musician, and music educator based out of Madison, Wisconsin. He travels frequently throughout the United States to perform and teach clinics/workshops including; Bass Boot Camp 2016 and 2019, Gruv Gear’s Clinic Series at Steve’s Music Toronto, Bass Break Live 2017, and more. He has garnered a lot of attention for his solo electric bass compositions and arrangements, and his arrangement of Herbie Hancock’s “Chameleon” was ranked as the number one bass video of 2015 by No Treble magazine.

Josh’s solo six-string electric bass performances, which can be heard on his debut 2014 album Out of the Bassment, use extended techniques to create the sound of an entire band with only one instrument, and without the aid of loop pedals. When listeners hear Josh playing for the first time, they are often surprised to find out that everything they are hearing is being created by one person in real-time.

He is currently recording his next solo bass album Freedom, performing and recording with Bad Philosopher an original jazz fusion trio based out of Madison, and preparing for the 2019 Waupaca Bach Festival where he will debut a one-hour recorded performance of music by J.S. Bach that he has arranged for solo six-string electric bass.

Josh holds a bachelor of music from Humber College and a masters in music composition from York University and is planning to return to academia for post-graduate studies in the near future.

Josh is an official Gruv Gear artist (fretwraps, Duostrap Signature, Gig Blade Sliver), La Bella Strings artist, and Phil Jones Bass artist.

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DANIEL VOLOVETS
May
21
6:00 PM18:00

DANIEL VOLOVETS

DANIEL VOLOVETS

Daniel Volovets is a guitarist, composer, arranger, and instructor specializing in classical, flamenco, Latin American, and jazz music. Although born in the United States, his music is informed first and foremost by his Russian heritage. He was raised in a household of almost constantly reverberating musical notes -- passionate and melancholy melodies of Russian and Ukrainian folklore, gently swaying Brazilian rhythms, and fiery strumming of flamenco masters, just to name a few. Daniel's mastery of many musical genres and aesthetics is evident in the breadth of his extensive repertoire, which spans numerous countries and eras. He is an accomplished arranger and composer, utilizing the harmonic and tonal possibilities of the guitar in his arrangements and compositions for both solo guitar and various ensembles. Daniel is a prolific performer, giving concerts regularly throughout the Twin Cities at a wide range of venues. Daniel graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a B.S. in Neuroscience and will graduate with an M.D. from the University of Minnesota Medical School in May 2019, ultimately planning to balance the careers of a psychiatrist and guitarist.

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JAZZ BRUNCH
May
19
10:30 AM10:30

JAZZ BRUNCH

JAZZ BRUNCH

w/ Barley Wine

Barley Wine is jazz quartet featuring Molly Fish on vocals, Claire Kannapell on double bass and vocals, Garrick Rohm on keys, and Jason Buck on sax. Sit back and relax while the group plays updated classics by songwriters such as Duke Ellington, Chet Baker, and Cole Porter with some jazzy R&B hits sprinkled in.

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BURY THE HATCHET LP RELEASE
May
18
8:00 PM20:00

BURY THE HATCHET LP RELEASE

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BURY THE

HATCHET

LP RELEASE

w/ Nate Meng and the Stolen Sea

Bury the Hatchet is artist John Hitchcock’s mixed media, cross-disciplinary, multisensory installation. Hitchcock combines his interests in printmaking, Rock n’ Roll, and Kiowa and Comanche history into one visual expression that offers a re-telling of the narrative of the American Frontier. Working from the theme of the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, Bury the Hatchet explores issues of assimilation, acculturation, and indoctrination through oral history and music. Bury the Hatchet develops a shared language to interrogate historic and modern institutions to prompt a re-definition and re-imagining of our present reality.

The visual and sound recordings in the exhibition work together to challenge western perspectives of the supremacy of the written word by reinforcing Indigenous views of oral history passed on from generation to generation through storytelling.

Sound recordings include the artist on pedal steel guitar with soundscapes of cello, clarinet, accordion and guitars by The Stolen Sea, Jason Cutnose (Kiowa1967-2015) narrating a story about the Cutthroat Gap massacre in the Wichita Mountains of Oklahoma, Juanita Pahdopony (Comanche) voice recording a Comanche prayer, Hitchcock’s grandfather Saukwaukee John Dussome Reid (Kiowa 1912-1996) telling a story of the old days on the Southern Plains, Catlin Mead reinterpretation of Cutnose’s stories through her Soprano opera voice and Intertribal War Dance Songs (recorded in 1978 on the Johnny Reid (Kiowa) and Peggy Reid (Comanche) Dance Ground). Video images include War Dancers in Medicine Park, Oklahoma and buffalo images recorded in the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge by Emily Arthur.

On May 18, these stories and their emotional weight become tangible with the official release of Bury The Hatchet.

The album will be available as an LP, CD, digital download, and on streaming services worldwide.

Come join Nate Meng and The Stolen Sea as they bring Hitchcock's vision to life, and make their final preparations for the multimedia performance later this month at the Missoula Art Museum in Missoula, MT.

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BLUES BRUNCH
May
12
10:30 AM10:30

BLUES BRUNCH

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BLUES BRUNCH

FEATURING THE BILL ROBERTS COMBO

The Bill Roberts Combo: is it jazz-blues or blues jazz? We are reuniting these styles in a savory combination of tasty licks and appealing musical presentations. Featuring one of Madison's finest guitarists, Bill Roberts, this group serves up a healthy entree of hot jazz-blues guitar, with side dishes of soulful bass, spicy piano, delicious beets (beats), and often topped with sweet sweet saxophone. Are we carrying this food metaphor too far? Yes. Yes, we are. Come get a taste of the real thing at The Winnebago.

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