A compelling chronicle of a heartbreaking period in Milwaukee’s modern history. Steele covers the Braves’ glory years in full detail but, more important, he explains why the team left for Atlanta in 1965.” --John Gurda, author of The Making of Milwaukee.
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Mike Maher is an energetic musician who draws inspiration from classic rock ‘n’ roll, funk/blues, and jazz/fusion. His original music is lyrical and melodic, with fun danceable pop rhythms that keep up with the modern edge.
More of Mike Maher’s music can be found on Spotify, Pandora Radio, iTunes, and Amazon.com.
Relax, refresh & recharge with a freshly brewed cup of coffee and homemade food while listening to covers and originals performed by Jacob Olson.
All tips given during the performance will be donated to Mike Kopp who is currently fighting a battle against Leukemia.
Reverend Raven has been playing the blues since 1971 when he first saw Freddy King play at the Kinetic Theatre in Chicago.
After a 15 year hitch in the Navy he moved to Milwaukee where he began a long friendship and collaboration with Madison Slim, long time harmonica player for Jimmy Rogers. Since 1990 he has opened for Gatemouth Brown, Pinetop Perkins, Koko Taylor Band, Junior Wells, Billy Branch, Magic Slim, Elvin Bishop, Sugar Blue, Lonnie Brooks, William Clarke, Lefty Dizz and numerous others at festivals and at Buddy Guy's Legends. Locally he has performed with Billy Flynn, Perry Weber, Piano Willie, Stokes, Jon Paris, Clyde Stubblefied, Bryan Lee and the Lamont Cranston band. The Reverend was the Wisconsin Music Industry (WAMI) award winner for best blues band in 1999, and 2000, nominated again in 2002 & 2003, then winner again in 2004!