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Bands & Musical Entertainment

Four Below (Cover Hits)
Four Below presents some of the most memorable covers of all time. These include: Bang a Gong, Blue Suede Shoes, Hang on Sloopy, I Fought the Law, I Put a Spell on You, Louie Louie, and many more!
Yikes! (Rock Band)
Yikes! is a new band based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. An alternative to alternative is how many have described the Yikes! sound. The band has been around since the fall of 1995.
Jeff Winard Band (Polkas & Waltzes)
The Jeff Winard Band has been performing for over thirty years. Although the sound and style of the band have changed a few times over the years it has remained a favorite with crowds throughout the Midwest.

The Wizenhiemers (Rock Band)
The Wizenhiemers began their musical debut in 1996. In 1998 alone, they were the act of choice to lend support to Cheap Trick no less than three times and have performed for crowds of more than 200,000.

Picture not available. Bad Boy (Rock Band)

Summer Breeze (Cover Hits)
If you
're looking for that "final touch" or elegance, Summer Breeze is an ensemble that brings experience and professionalism to the music they play. From traditional Waltzes to Ethnic fares, they have it all.

Reverend Charlie Edmonds (Gospel Singer)
"The Preaching Bluesman" made his popular music debut as a solo acoustic blues act at Chubby's Club Lasalle in Indinapolis, where he was held-over for 14 consecutive months!
Picture not available. Jeanne Kahn (Harpist)
Ron DeVillers (Big Band & Swing)
The Ron Devillers/Jack Carr Band is Milwaukee's premier Big Band. The band features the sound of the big band era, with arrangements of tunes from swing to many new sounds of today's music.
American English (Beatles Revue)
Let's take a nostalgic trip to the era of mini skirts, go-go dancers, transistor radios, flower children and just pure excitement! American English allows everyone to visually re-enter the 1960's and watch the Beatles.

 
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