Tuesday’s Live Concert Photos – Drummer and Royal Bangs

Last Wednesday night, drummers from various bands including The Black Keys, Houseguest, and The Party of Helicopters, came together as the band Drummer and played at the High Noon Saloon. Opener Royal Bangs got things started. Photos after the jump…


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Tuesday’s Live Concert Photos – They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants put on a Family Show at the Barrymore Theatre on Sunday evening that had everyone, young and old, dancing in the aisles. The sold out crowd ranged in age from less than 6 months to over 60 years old, and everyone seemed to have a great time. See more photos from the first few songs of the night after the jump…


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Tuesday’s Live Concert Photos & Videos: Built to Spill with Disco Doom

Friday night at the Barrymore, Built to Spill blew into town and thrilled the large crowd that had gathered. Follow the link to see some photos of the boys from Boise, along with opener Disco Doom.  Two videos from the show, “The Plan” and “Carry the Zero,” can also be found after the jump.

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Live Concert Photo Tuesday – Old 97’s

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Rhett Miller, Murry Hammond, and the Old 97’s played to a packed house at The Barrymore on Tuesday July 21st.   A great show,  an energized atmosphere, and very friendly fans.  What more can one ask for :o) Please enjoy the photos!

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Live Music Photo Tuesday – Fountains of Wayne

The Fountains of  Wayne played an acoustic show at the High Noon Saloon Wednesday July 8th along with opener Jon Auer of The Posies and Big Star. Some lucky fans even got in on the act. Here are some photos for your viewing pleasure…


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Live Music Photo Tuesday – The Ditty Bops with Ruth Barrett

See below for photos from The Ditty Bops show on June 17th, and click here for more info regarding the show.


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Live Music Photo Tuesdays – Jenny Lewis

w 6633Fans came in droves to the Barrymore Theater Thursday night to see Jenny Lewis.  Audience members trekked from Green Bay, Oshkosh, Milwaukee, and even as far as Wausau.  As they traveled to the Mad-City Jenny spent the day in Madison thrift store shopping with the band where she picked up her gem bedazzled “suit”.  On stage (as well as off) Ms. Lewis simultaneously strikes a balance between witty performer and girl next door.  Jenny and the band performed a rousing encore of Acid Tongue as she stood by her mic and the 5 other band members huddled as a choir around another.

Farmer Dave opened the night as The Sadies followed.  Another great concert.  Please enjoy the photos.

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