As much Pavement as Parsons, Trapper Schoepp & The Shades create lyrical folk-rock for generations coming of age post-Uncle Tupelo. The band’s new album Lived and Moved is not dainty folk music in any regard. It’s full of garage rock tendencies, swagger and grit — tune in this Tuesday at 8 p.m. for Local/Live, to hear a young band that is growing into their full songs with ease. They’re set to play a string of shows throughout Sheboygan, Green Bay, Madison and Eau Claire in the coming weeks, but you can catch them live and on the radio waves before they hit the road. 91.7 FM on your radio dial or stream online or hit the archives at WMSE.org.
6:00 pm Local/Live: Heavy Hand @ WMSE
8:00 pm WMSE & the Chicken Shack Welcome... @ Turner Hall Ballroom
WMSE & the Chicken Shack Welcome... @ Turner Hall Ballroom
Sep 2 @ 8:00 pm
Southern gothic dreaminess and a gumbo of country, Americana, blues, folk, and gospel. The Secret Sisters headline their first Turner show.
6:00 pm Jazz in the Park: Reverend Raven @ Cathedral Square Park
Jazz in the Park: Reverend Raven @ Cathedral Square Park
Sep 4 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
1:00 pm In-Studio Performance: Sylvan Esso @ WMSE
In-Studio Performance: Sylvan Esso @ WMSE
Sep 5 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Tune into WMSE on Friday, September 5th for a very special Local Lunchbox segment with a pre-show in-studio performance from Sylvan Esso. Featuring Milwaukee ex-pat Nick Sanborn (Decibully) and Amelia Meath (Mountain Man), Sylvan... Read more »