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REVIEW: X Ambassadors at Summerfest

The progression of bands at Summerfest is interesting to track from year to year. Last year, rising indie stars X Ambassadors found themselves playing an early 6:45 slot at the US Cellular Connections Stage as part of the Emerging Artists Series. The band played to the first section of bleachers predominantly, in support of recent single “Renegades”, which was starting

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REVIEW: AWOLNATION at Summerfest, 7/3/2015

For many bands, the opportunity to see your fanbase grow does not carry many benchmarks; In the instance of AWOLNATION, they were able to see just how far their following had grown by playing the same stage that they had graced in years prior on Friday night. The band played the US Cellular Connections stage previously at an 8:00 slot,

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REVIEW: Saint Motel at Summerfest, 6/28/15

Many times, bands with one of the breakout songs of the summer don’t necessarily amount to a great live show. After the success of a single, the EPs and albums that follow tend to be rush jobs, revolving around that radio-friendly hit, and subsequently that less than stellar material becomes the filler building up to the band playing their hit

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REVIEW: Vinyl Theatre at Summerfest, 6/25/15

The stage was set on Thursday night for one of the more sentimental performances of this year’s Summerfest, as Vinyl Theatre played the festival for the first time as Fueled By Ramen artists. This was a homecoming for the Milwaukee band, and that was apparent from the number of Vinyl Theatre shirts in the crowd, likely from friends and family.

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Milwaukee Artist of the Week – 1/18/13 – Hugh Bob and The Hustle

Are you a Milwaukee musician/band? You can submit your music to be the Milwaukee Artist of the Week by emailing links to info@BreakingAndEntering.net. We’ll check out every submission we get! The combination of alternative rock and country doesn’t come about too often, but that’s exactly what we have in this week’s Milwaukee Artist of the Week: Hugh Bob and the

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