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JFT Party Band

This group really involves the audience. The band’s full playlists are distributed to the audience who then select the songs that are performed for that show. Many songs are performed with audience participation. Every show is led by that audience and every show is different. Band members regularly join the dancers while performing using wireless

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Classic Sunday

Catch the music of your favorite local and regional bands. Free admission

Classic Sunday

Catch the music of your favorite local and regional bands. Free admission

Classic Sunday

Catch the music of your favorite local and regional bands. Free admission

Classic Sunday

Catch the music of your favorite local and regional bands. Free admission

Classic Sunday

Catch the music of your favorite local and regional bands. Free admission

Comedy Night – Mike Marvell

Free comedy show. Tonight’s featured comedian is Mike Marvell. Milwaukee comedian Mike Marvell earned his chops traveling across the country for 13 years, telling jokes about his family and life in Wisconsin. Mike’s wife of 17 years and their three kids lovingly refer to him as the Couch Commander, as he’s been known to set

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Comedy Night – John Bush

Free comedy show. Tonight’s featured comedian is John Bush. John’s rock solid comedy show covers it all. From his childhood relocation from Hawaii to Minnesota to his UFO sighting in New York City, this thrill ride is filled with rich characters, spot-on impressions and even a disgruntled squirrel.John has performed for audiences of all shapes

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Lovin’ Country

Lovin’ Country is a perennially popular musical duo from northern Wisconsin. As their name “Lovin’ Country” implies, their first love is country music in all forms: radio hits, standards, bluegrass, Cajun, classic and country rock.  But they also deliver oldies, 50s & 60s, southern and classic rock, blues, funk, R&B, Motown, big band, recent rock

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Mark Wayne

Mark Wayne, steel player from Tomahawk, Wisconsin, took up playing guitar at 11 and steel guitar at 12, and was a student of Ben Reehl and Eddie Rivers during the ‘80s and ‘90s.  He spent the ‘90s working with Vic Eliason of WVCY (98.9 FM) Radio from Milwaukee in 1991, with friend, Roy Allen (childhood

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