Tune in this Tuesday at 8 p.m. for Local/Live, with this week’s guests, the Carpetbaggers. Comprised of WMSE friend Matt “MF” Tyner and backed by Kent “The Colonel” Knapp and Ja-Bo “Boom Boom” Ciz, the Carpetbaggers run the gamut of true American roots, touching on the blues and old-timey country with the soul of rock and roll. Tune in this Tuesday and hear for yourself on WMSE’s Local/Live.
- A Look Back (Video Archive)
- In-Studio Performances
- Linky McLinkster
- Local Lunchbox
- Local Music
- Membership Drive
- New Releases
- Out This Week
- Special Programming
- They Write, We Link
- Top Airplay
- Website Information
- WMSE Fundraiser
10:00 am Cream City Creatives Holiday Fair @ Turner Hall Ballroom
Cream City Creatives Holiday Fair @ Turner Hall Ballroom
Dec 11 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cream City Creatives Holiday Fair is having it’s 3rd annual craft fair at Turner Hall Ballroom on Sunday, December 11th, from 10am to 3pm. With over 50 vendors, you will find handmade items that include... Read more »
2:00 pm in-studio performance: the Super...
in-studio performance: the Super...
Dec 13 @ 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm
The Supersuckers were formed in Tucson, Arizona, in 1988 by high-school friends Eddie Spaghetti (born Edward Carlyle Daly III, bass, vocals), Ron Heathman (guitar), Dan “Thunder” Bolton (guitar), Dancing Eagle (born Dan Seigal, drums), and... Read more »
6:00 pm Local/Live: December 13 — Dramat...
Local/Live: December 13 — Dramat...
Dec 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Dramatic Lovers take their name from the Italian anarchists that once upon time, held weekly meetings at the Cactus Club in Bay View, Wisconsin. Like those political crusaders of yesteryear, Dramatic Lovers (the band), have... Read more »
8:00 pm Supersuckers @ Shank Hall @ Shank Hall
Supersuckers @ Shank Hall @ Shank Hall
Dec 13 @ 8:00 pm – 11:45 pm
WMSE presents The Supersuckers with Jesse Dayton and The Gallows at Shank Hall on Tuesday, Feb.13. Their trademark balance of take-no-prisoners swagger and hard-headed introspection, while tapping deeply into the band’s longstanding affinity for country... Read more »