Category Archives: Bryon Cherry

MKE Music Night Pushes a Scene Forward

By Bryon Cherry Tlalok Rodriguez would not call his project, MKE Music Night, a movement but he will say that the phrase “movement” might be aligned with his vision for it. On Saturday May 28th, at Linneman’s Riverwest Inn at 7pm, Rodriguez will be hosting the 29th MKE Music Night. The musicians featured at tomorrow’s event will be Jacob Slade,

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Midnight Hound is on the Trail

By Bryon Cherry Milwaukee’s Midnight Hound (formerly known as Axehandle Hound) is the city’s premier purveyors of freedom rock. What is freedom rock you may ask? “It’s just a vibe. Come find out,” founding member Dan Kimpel says. If that statement sounds mildly menacing and recklessly fun then you are catching onto the flow of their brand of freedom rock.

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Milwaukee’s American Progress is Not a Myth

By Bryon Cherry American progress is a term that conjures up some pretty immediate thoughts for many people around the world both good and not so good. American Progress though is a Milwaukee based punk band that is still defining exactly what they are to the world. In October of 2021 they released their debut three song EP, “Unprocessed” as

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Lost Orange Cat are Finding Their Way

By Bryon Cherry Lost Orange Cat is a self-described rock n roll band disguised as a bluegrass band. They sound anything but lost when the 4 members get together like a folky Voltron on area stages. Lost Orange Cat is composed of Josh Konkel (vocals, rhythm guitar and bass), Daniel Rathmann (bass, guitar and vocals), Joe Royten (mandolin and vocals)

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