Madison Week In Music + Ticket Giveaways (7.14-7.20): Liars, Todd Snider, Anne Heaton, Rose Polenzani & Meg Hutchinson, Southern Culture On The Skids, and Bear In Heaven

Liars

Monday ticket giveaways are back!  After having a few slower weeks, the shows are really going to start picking up again.  Naturally, we’re looking forward to all the great artists who will be paying Madison a visit in the coming days, and the wide variety of sounds they will bring along with them.  From post punk nihilism, to gentle acoustic storytelling, to psychobilly freak-outs, we’ve got your musical flavors covered this week.  Read on to find out about upcoming shows from Liars, Todd Snider, Anne Heaton, Rose Polenzani & Meg Hutchinson, Southern Culture On The Skids, and Bear In Heaven and how you could win a pair of tickets see some of them live!

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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

LIARS with JOHN WIESE

Genre: Post Punk, Indie, Experimental

Sounds Like: No Age, Deerhunter, Xiu Xiu


Win A Pair Of Tickets: Hey all you lying fools!  Leave us a comment with the worst or best lie you’ve ever told, or tell us about a time when you’ve caught someone else in one.

Show Info: High Noon Saloon – 9 pm – $13 adv $15 dos – 18+

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Friday, July 16, 2010

TODD SNIDER with SAMANTHA CRAIN

Genre: Alt-Country, Singer-Songwriter

Sounds Like: Hayes Carll, John Prine, Justin Townes Earle

Show Info: High Noon Saloon – 9:30pm – $20 adv and dos – 21+

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Saturday July 17, 2010

ANNE HEATON, ROSE POLENZANI & MEG HUTCHINSON

Genre: Singer-Songwriter, Folk

Sounds Like: Catie Curtis, Chris Pureka, Dar Williams


Win A Pair Of Tickets: Rose’s song, “I’m On The Road,” makes us think of (what else?) the open road.  It’s the stuff of hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of great books, poems, songs, and personal memories.  Tell us about some of your favorites in the comments section below for your chance to win tickets to the show.

Show Info: High Noon Saloon – 7 pm – $10 adv $10 dos – 18+

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Saturday, July 17, 2010

SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDS with WHISKEY DAREDEVILS

Genre: Rockabilly, Southern Rock

Sounds Like: Reverend Horton Heat, Brian Setzer, The Cramps

Win A Pair Of Tickets: Tell us about your favorite parts of “Midwestern culture.”  Is it the food, the people, or something else?  What lets you know that you’re home?  Post your answers in the comments section below for a chance to win.

Show Info: High Noon Saloon – 10pm – $13 adv $15 dos – 21+

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Monday, July 19, 2010

BEAR IN HEAVEN with special guests TWIN SISTER and MOUNTAIN MAN

Genre: Experimental, Indie, Post Rock

Sounds Like: Caribou, Yeasayer, Cymbals Eat Guitars

Show Info: High Noon Saloon – 8pm – $8 adv $10 dos – 18+

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Winners will be chosen and notified tomorrow, July 13th.

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4 Responses

  1. Worst lie: about a week ago a guy I was interested in told me he was 38. He made remarks like “I’m old enough to be your dad” and “I have grey pubic hair to prove it!”…well, it turns out he’s 24 and he’s just not interested in me. When I accused him of manipulating people with the age thing he said “You’ve got me all screwed up!” And that was the end of it.

  2. I don’t know about Midwestern Culture, but my favorite part of Wisconsin culture is the smell and feel of a true Wisconsin tavern. Taxidermied animals on the walls. Round, padded, backless barstools. Shake of the day and a drink chip pushed your way for every third tap you buy. “Blind Robins” and peanuts stapled to cardboard wall hangers to help pad yourself for the beer. And the smell…the smell of countless dirty shoes walking across the floor for years combined with spilled beer and peanut shells. It’s the smell of small town Wisconsin legacy, for all the good and bad that’s included in that.

  3. So, no tickets because this one was a flop? or what?

  4. Apologies Tyler. Please check your e-mail!

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