WUWM@Nite

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Arts & Culture
9:27 pm
Wed October 22, 2014

Ex Fabula: Breast Cancer Awareness

Amy Wilbourne and Kerri Grote
Credit Art Montes

    

Haunted houses, pumpkin carving and pink ribbons. This week, in honor of October and breast cancer awareness month, Ex Fabula wants to tip our hat to all of those who have been touched by breast cancer by featuring two of our favorite stories about “the girls.”

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Arts & Culture
2:43 pm
Fri October 10, 2014

David Paige Inspired by Family and the 90's

David Paige spoke with WUWM@Nite before his performance at BBC's Upper Level in Milwaukee Friday, Oct. 10.

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Arts & Culture
9:32 pm
Wed October 8, 2014

Ex Fabula: Sweetest Day

Wife and husband, Brooke Maroldi and Greg Ryan, on-stage.
Credit Kathrine Schleicher

In honor of Sweetest Day, Ex Fabula is sparing you the candy and going straight for the hearts with one of our favorite How We Met duos.

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Arts & Culture
2:57 pm
Wed October 1, 2014

Ex Fabula: Oktoberfest

Mike Brenner sharing a story.
Credit Kat Schleicher

October is here. The leaves are beginning to turn vibrant orange, red and yellow and many of us have begun our annual Halloween costume search. 

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Arts & Culture
4:14 pm
Fri September 26, 2014

ShiSho: Quirky Pop From Teenage Sisters

When bands say they’ve been together for 10 years, you'd think of musicians in their 30’s, or older. This musical duo, however, just celebrated their 10 –year anniversary as a band at the tender ages of 17 and 14. They are sisters Vivian and Midge Ramone, and together they are ShiSho.  

Hailing from Akron, Ohio, they’ve carved out a special niche all their own: acoustic punk-pop with often humorous lyrics that take on serious issues. Shisho recently stopped by the WUWM studio while in town playing for the Yellow Phone Music Conference and performed some songs.  

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Arts & Culture
2:47 pm
Fri September 26, 2014

Hugh Bob & The Hustle: Songs From the North Country

Photo courtesy of Alacrity Photography.

Singer-songwriter Hugh Robert Masterson invites anyone doubting his claim to country music to take a ride home with him to Butternut, Wisconsin. It’s a quaint but fading town in the far north of the state, the sign reading: Population 375. With his band, Hugh Bob and The Hustle, Masterson has brought the sound of authentic North Country to the city of Milwaukee.

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Arts & Culture
5:57 am
Wed September 24, 2014

Grasping at Straws Brings Back Rustic Americana

Grasping at Straws
Andrew Hartzall

Old-school Americana creates an image in our minds of rustic farms, hard working folks doing dirty work, conversation speckled with old-fashioned sayings, and homemade music and entertainment during the evening and weekends.

That is the image that Milwaukee band Grasping at Straws is trying to recreate in a world of progressive digital technology.

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Arts & Culture
5:35 pm
Tue September 23, 2014

Dupond Dupont Bumbles Around Milwaukee Performing Songs about Love, Hate, Grandmas & Beer

Marilu Weisner and Alyssa Chen in WUWM's studios
Credit Eleanor Peterson, WUWM

When you take a step back and look at life, you will see how we are just bumbling around on Earth while trying to get from Point A to Point B.

The musical group, Dupond Dupont, named themselves after the bumbling detectives on Rin Tin Tin. They saw how life is an interesting story, filled with little vignettes, and that those vignettes needed to be told through song.

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Arts & Culture
4:38 pm
Tue September 23, 2014

Rocket Paloma's Music Inspired by Life and "Hook"

Rocket Paloma performing in WUWM's studio.
Credit Eleanor Peterson, WUWM

A Milwaukee musician dabbles in two different genres of music.

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Arts & Culture
3:21 pm
Thu September 18, 2014

Jazz Musician John Raymond Returns To The Midwest To Find Comfort And Share Music

Jazz musician John Raymond
Credit John Rogers

Jazz musician John Raymond started out playing piano, but it didn’t take long for him to find his true love - the trumpet. 

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