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3:32 pm
Tue March 4, 2014

Milwaukee Musician Keith Pulvermacher & the Midwestern Music Project

Milwaukee guitarist, songwriter and singer Keith Pulvermacher

Milwaukee guitarist/songwriter/singer Keith Pulvermacher stops by WUWM@Nite to talk about the Midwestern Music Project. The project aims to get local music recorded and out to the people.

Pulvermacher also chats about the Milwaukee music scene, and the effectiveness of crowd-sourcing music projects. And, hear a couple of Keith's songs as well.

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Arts & Culture
4:00 pm
Fri February 28, 2014

Mentored by The Beatles, Badfinger's Joey Molland Plays On

The British band Badfinger won fans in the early '70s with hits such as "Baby Blue", "Day After Day", and "Come and Get It." The last remaining member of the band, Joey Molland (at right) continues to perform under the Badfinger mantle.
Credit Apple Records publicity photo

 

Joey Molland, the last remaining original member of Badfinger, speaks with Lake Effect's Mitch Teich ahead of a concert at Milwaukee's Turner Hall Ballroom.

Once upon a time, the rock group Badfinger was seen as the heirs apparent to the Beatles.  

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Arts & Culture
4:09 pm
Thu February 20, 2014

Queens of Harmony Strike a Chord at The Pabst

Queens of Harmony in the Lake Effect studio.
Bonnie North, Lake Effect

Milwaukee's Queens of Harmony chat and perform in Lake Effect's Studio B

Milwaukee’s gospel quartet Queens of Harmony has been singing in Central City churches for almost half a century. They have also performed in Washington, DC and as far away as Japan.

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Arts & Culture
5:48 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

Rare, Valuable Stradivarius Violin Stolen in Milwaukee

Frank Almond performs with his Stradivarius violin in WUWM's studios, in 2008.
Credit Bonnie North

MSO concertmaster Frank Almond and Stefan Hersh of Darnton and Hersh Fine Violins in Chicago discuss the beauty and risks of playing a rare Stradivarius violin with Lake Effect's Bonnie North.

A rare, multi-million dollar Stradivarius violin was stolen Monday night from Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concertmaster  Frank Almond, according to Milwaukee police.

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Arts & Culture
9:20 am
Tue January 14, 2014

UWM Rock Professor, Harley Historian Dies at 67

Martin Jack Rosenblum in his UWM offices
Credit Trapper Schoepp/UWM

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich speaks with the late Martin Jack Rosenblum, rock professor at UWM and Harley-Davidson historian.

Note: The memorial for Dr. Rosenblum has been changed to a new location on UWM's campus - the Helen Bader Concert Hall in the Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts.

Noted Milwaukee rock and roll and Harley Davidson historian Martin Jack Rosenblum died over the weekend. He was 67.

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