WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

Tweet comments and/or photos with the hashtag of #MileOfMusic, and see them below.
Mile Productions @MoMProductions_
[email protected] is coming to Appleton on September 29 with #MileOfMusic alumnus @MagnoliaState! Tickets on sale NOW:… https://t.co/zbyu2RMTlV
Aug 22
Mile of Music @MileOfMusicFest
So yeah...we're missing this quite a bit today. #MileOfMusic https://t.co/aoYbWpG8rT
Aug 22
Alison @alisonxirene
Listening to @LosColognes The Wave. Still can't believe I saw these guys play to a room of 12 during #mileofmusic Unreal. Y'all missed out
Aug 22
Shane Nyman @shanenyman
Wednesday is the next-to-last Concerts in the Courtyard, too. The Go Rounds headline. Post Animal tops next week's finale. #MileofMusic
Aug 21
Shane Nyman @shanenyman
Reminder: The third of four #MileofMusic Rocks the Plaza shows is Saturday in Houdini Plaza. Desert Noises headlines.
Aug 21
Shane Nyman @shanenyman
#MileofMusic is bringing @banditosband to the OuterEdge Stage in Appleton on Sept. 29. Tickets are $10 GA, $5 for Music-Makers.
Aug 21
Nikki Voelzke @nikkivoelzke
#MileofMusic artist @samtrump and band at the Celebrate Diversity picnic. @ Jefferson Park, Menasha https://t.co/XDhZ0JuROI
Aug 19
Mile of Music @MileOfMusicFest
We LOVE looking at stats like this! Thanks to @StellarBlue & all of YOU for your continued support at #MileOfMusic:… https://t.co/WfU9rp9Skb
Aug 18
Mile of Music @MileOfMusicFest
Tell us about your #MileOfMusic experience! Take our survey by Aug. 29 and you could win a Mile 5 Souvenir t-shirt!… https://t.co/Vn5yyBJfFW
Aug 15
Stellar Blue @StellarBlue
The Stats are in for Mile 5! Are you excited as we are? Here is a sneak peak. Stay tuned for more stats coming soon… https://t.co/ex44e3LJNe
Aug 15
Mike Collins @MRC58
Nice to hear @FastRomantics on @RadioMilwaukee this afternoon! https://t.co/KimbTIQ0vm #mileofmusic
Aug 14
Mike Collins @MRC58
Google Photos automatically made this collage of @FastRomantics singer Matthew Angus. Pretty cool. #mileofmusic https://t.co/0axFNrm9JF
Aug 14
Callisto's Mom @Taniaverha
#Deonjala performing #NeverTooLate at #AppletonRockSchool #MileOfMusic weekend https://t.co/4QIUYUFOoC
Aug 11
Social Station WI @SocialStationWI
@BrittanyFalkers @MileOfMusicFest Only 359 days till the next #MileofMusic
Aug 11
Deb Sampson @yoga8000
#mileofmusic Tony DeVine shared he would so be worth seeing. https://t.co/aLw3j5NLdI
Aug 10
Morning House @morninghousemke
Here's a picture of us from #mileofmusicfest this weekend promoting the album! https://t.co/NNq0f9cldq
Aug 10
Mike Collins @MRC58
I heard Sour Bridges perform a cover last night and thought, "Hey, you can't do that!" Four days of #MileofMusic will do that to you.
Aug 10
Shane Nyman @shanenyman
I knew I saw a lot of @PollutedMindset during #MileofMusic: https://t.co/xGZ44bWoA4
Aug 10
Mike Collins @MRC58
Between #mileofmusic & #tosatonight, this has been one serious week of original music Here's my photo recap. https://t.co/sVbZbiBokg
Aug 10
Sam Trump @SamTrump
Performing "Amazing" (prod. by Tensei) at #MileOfMusic with @jswansongs 8.6.17. Stream/Download/Lyrics at… https://t.co/Y3XssfGsIU
Aug 9

MARCHing into spring: March & April Rhythms & Brews Artists!

Posted Feb 23, 2017
Blog

February is coming to a close and the state of Wisconsin is surely starting to think spring. What better way to get us through the rest of winter than with an updated lineup for Rhythms & Brews!

Stone Arch Brew House and Mile of Music have teamed up to bring you a mid-week concert series. Our goal with this special showcase is to bring you top national, regional and state singer-songwriters performing their handcrafted songs and sharing stories from the road in an intimate, music-first setting! The music is FREE, so we hope you’ll join us each Wednesday at Stone Arch at Riverview Gardens (1101 S. Oneida Street). 

Doors open for food and drink at 4:30 p.m. and to the Listening Room at 6:15 p.m., with music beginning at 7 p.m. Learn more here.

Learn more about the March & April Rhythms & Brews at Riverview Gardens artists from the artists themselves below. Then, check out our Spotify playlist here!

March 1
Hayward Williams
 (Waukesha, WI): Singer-songwriter from Milwaukee with a smooth and booming voice. His most recent album, The Reef, was released in 2014.

J. Hardin (Alton, IL): John Everett Hardin was raised in a small Mississippi River town, he eventually settled down in Wisconsin He released two albums and extensively toured the U.S. under the name Everett Thomas, where he appeared in numerous television spots, and shared the stage with acts such as Gregory Alan Isakov, Over The Rhine, and Sara Watkins.

March 8
John Paul Roney of Boom Forest (Baraboo, WI): Boom Forest is the spiritual incarnation of John Paul Roney, a Nashville-based songwriter and an evangelist for a contemporary folk tradition forwarding humanism in the face of our looming techno-apocalypse. Begin with the acoustic introspection of Bob Dylan, add artful electronic production cues a la Kid A, and layer in multi-part harmonies that would be at home in a Southern Baptist choir, and you’re on your way into the sound Boom Forest makes from the automated woods of Tomorrow.


March 15

The Kate Bloods: Frank Anderson & Susan Howe (Fox Cities): The Kate Bloods, named after Appleton’s most celebrated grave site, are Frank Anderson on double 8 string steel guitar and Susan Howe on guitar and vocals.

March 22
Charlie Parr (Duluth, MN): 
An easily confused and very shy individual, Charlie Parr has been traveling around singing his songs ever since leaving Austin Minnesota in the 1980’s in search of Spider John Koerner, whom he found about 100 miles north at the Viking Bar one Sunday night. The experience changed his life, made him more or less unemployable, and brings us to now: 13 recordings, 250 shows a year or more, 200,000 miles on a well broke in Kia, and a nasty fear of heights. Resonator fueled folk songs from Duluth Minnesota.

March 29
Johnny & Molly of Communist Daughter (Saint Paul, MN): Johnny cut his musical eye teeth in the Twin Cities’ indie pop scene before life led him down a different path. Today, along with wife Molly, he infuses very personal stories into his music, ranging from somber subtleties to high peaks.

April 5
Liz Cooper & The Stampede (Nashville, TN): From the tender age of one to the invincible age of 23, Liz Cooper has been moving and traveling through America and through life to the beat of her own drum. Wanderlust has been in her bones since birth and it translates through her music and songwriting in it’s own unique way. Leaving behind her family, friends and college golf scholarship (yes, she can kick your ass on the links and do it with a smile), she hit the road and headed for Nashville, Tennessee, a place she has been calling home for the past 4 years. After wandering around Nashville for the first few months she eventually found her niche at Nashville Music House Studio. Not only is this where her first EP “Monsters” was recorded and mixed, but also where she met a group of friends to begin the full band experience. The Stampede consists of Liz Cooper on lead vocals and rhythm/lead guitar, from Atlanta, Georgia, Grant Prettyman on bass and native Tennessean, Ky Baker on drums. Predominantly playing as a three piece, Liz Cooper & The Stampede is a folk, psychedelic rock band who’s influences include everything from the sights, sounds and smells of the 60‘s and 70‘s to the sights, sounds, smells and all of the feels of today.

Jamie Kent (Nashville, TN): Kent was named on Rolling Stones’ list of must see acts at 2016’s CMA Fest. This rising Nashville troubadour is in the studio this summer working on his record with GRAMMY nominated producer Dave Brainard.

April 12
Carter Hulsey (Joplin, MO): Carter Hulsey, a Joplin, MO native, released his newest album, Drive Out, in 2014. Hulsey is known for his captivating live performances, a sound which cannot be captured in the studio.

April 19
Trapper Schoepp (Milwaukee, WI): Milwaukee-based country rock and roller who was hailed as a “master storyteller” by Huffington Post. Schoepp’s has appeared four times at Mile of Music (via solo and band appearances) and has also performed at other Mile Productions events.

April 26
Sam Trump (Chicago, IL): Sam Trump is a multi‐instrumentalist and singer/songwriter from Houston, TX. He not only sings, but plays the trumpet and ukulele, and is heavily involved in Chicago’s live music scene, where he’s known for creating an experience that is best described as sophisticated & soulful. On February 14, 2017, Trump released his EP entitled LOVE NOTES, which features 5 dynamic songs with rich vocal production, reminiscent of R/B & Soul music from an earlier place in time.

See you Wednesdays at Stone Arch at Riverview Gardens!

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