Music Announcements

The Trews: are our first international group.

Deep within and sometimes beneath the bowels of forgotten record stores, junk barns, and thrifts, come dollar records the likes of which you’ve never imagined — let alone seen or heard, up close and

Join us Friday night at 9, as Jet Set Planet reaches deep into the vinyl ripening chamber as we sample Measure the Valley, an LP from the Keith Textor Singers that’s been ripening in the chamber for a good 3 years!

Tune in to Womenfolk on Tuesday, October 19th at 2 pm for a live interview with Nicky Mehta of The Wailin’ Jennys:

Live on Studio Five! (Wednesday night at 10pm) presents the Americana band Farewell Milwaukee. All of the members of Farewell Milwaukee have been involved in various music projects throughout the years but finally know that this is the one they have been waiting for.

Another two-fer: TWO bands for the price of NONE. First: He’s ba-a-a-a-ck! Nolan James is one GREAT original acoustic instrumental guitarist. At the age of 24 he has been playing guitar for over 10 years. His music has been his passion and primary focus for the majority of that time, and it shows. He is a virtuoso who will challenge everything you thought you knew about how a guitar should sound.

This Wednesday night at 10pm we welcome back The 99ers. They’ve been very busy lately and have some new music to offer. The next night they will be opening for The Los Straitjackets at the Turf Club.

This week on “Live From Studio 5!” we feature TWO bands for the price of NONE: First up, Alicia Wiley referred to as a “brooding and enigmatic local songwriter”, promoting the release of her newest album, Both Sides. Her CD release show is at First Avenue 7th Street Entry the next night.

Tonight we’re gonna ROCK the house with two bands for the price of none! We’ll start off with Phantom Tails described as solid, bone-rattling, hair-tossing, fist-pumping, whole-body-jamming rock ‘n’ roll followed by the Sex Rays.
KFAI DJ Cyn Collins gives the Sex Rays a ringing endorsement: The Sex Rays are cool, in a ’60s/‘70s way, she says.