June 22 2012
A New York pop-rock trio with a spunky and theatrical side, fun. began when singer Nate Ruess was coming off the breakup of his long-running band The Format.
Today, we welcomed Eagle Trace for their big debut on 414 Music.
This band of brothers, and one "odd man out", form together to create a soulful indie sound filled with passion and fun.
Only the quiet comfort and sparse beauty of the simple tools of guitar, voice & inspired songwriting. The Tallest Man on Earth returns to the Pabst for an unforgettably brilliant show.
Pastors for Peace Caravan to Cuba will visit Milwaukee for a potluck dinner at 6 pm and a 7 pm program with Aaron Mercredi of Vancouver Communities in Solidarity with Cuba at Central United Methodist Church. The Caravan will then load material donations to be delivered to churches in Cuba, in an act of friendship and solidarity with the Cuban people as the U.S. economic blockade of Cuba continues past its 50th year.
Experience the arresting voice & brilliant songs of Sharon Van Etten along with the irresistible harmonies & tuneful garage pop of Tennis for this tremendous double bill.
His songs sparkle with childlike innocence and weep with adult heartbreak, and TV fell in love with the music of Joshua Radin. From Scrubs to Grey's Anatomy, Brothers and Sisters, American Idol, One Tree Hill, and So You Think You Can Dance. We welcome him back to The Pabst.
Kochanski's Concertina Beer Hall
1920 S. 37th St.