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Local/Live: September 30 – Castle Thunder

Castle Thunder is the brainchild of Milwaukee songwriter Cory Gorman. The now-quintet has been subject to several comings and goings of bandmates though out its career; the current line up, and best to date, displays heft of maturity and a more refined soundscape. Filling out the line up is Ryan Rupprecht on keys, Evan McAllister… Read more »

Local/Live: September 23 – Joseph Huber

“Singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Joseph Huber is a founding member of, and also had spent 6 years of playing banjo and heavy touring with the Milwaukee, Wisconsin “streetgrass” group, the .357 String Band — a group that, despite it’s abrupt break-up, still continues to gain popularity, is known as one of the most influential groups in the recent… Read more »

WMSE’s 5th Annual Backyard BBQ News!

Dearest WMSE listeners and supporters, It’s like we can almost taste the BBQ in the air here at the Mighty 91…those sweet tunes will also soon be wafting into our ears like the smell of BBQ in our nostrils. WMSE is very much looking forward to you joining us at Cathedral Square Park tomorrow afternoon… Read more »

Local/Live: September 9- Ramma Lamma (live at Todd Wehr Conference Center)

Ramma Lamma is a Milwaukee Rock n Roll supergroup consisting of members of Bleed, The Chinese Telephones, The Flips and The Kill-a-watts. They have been around a few years now. They have a fantastic new album out called Ice Cream. It’s a rock n roll party record with various styles of 1970’s Rock n Roll… Read more »

Local/Live: September 2 — Heavy Hand

Since the summer of 2011, Heavy Hand has been playing post-noise pop in the vein of bands like The Thermals, The Minutemen and Sebadoh. Their debut EP Confusion is Body Parts is out now (digital). Heavy Hand’s short, punchy songs cover satirical themes of wildlife, karate movies, wizards, American Pride (but not white power), sprinkled… Read more »