Every Thursday on Radio Milwaukee we — the Journal Sentinel’s Piet Levy and 88Nine’s Evan Rytlewski — talk about the music coming into Milwaukee and the music coming out of Milwaukee on Tap’d In.
On this week’s episode, we’re previewing another big month for Milwaukee concerts. Some of the most respected names in indie rock are coming through town, including Spoon (April 23 at the Rave) and Big Thief (April 26 at the Pabst Theater), both of whom have acclaimed new albums out.
That’s on top of shows from Soccer Mommy (April 8 at Turner Hall Ballroom), Cat Power (April 22 at Turner Hall Ballroom), Anais Mitchell (April 29 at Shank Hall), Adia Victoria (April 12 at The Back Room at Colectivo) and Cloud Nothings (April 4 at X-Ray Arcade).
This month also sees the return of Bon Jovi (April 5 at Fiserv Forum) and Elton John (April 2 at Fiserv Forum), who swears that this really will be his final time playing Milwaukee. And, of course, rising star Olivia Rodrigo plays The Rave on April 19, which is likely to be the smallest Milwaukee venue she ever headliners. That’s going to be a memorable one.
Hear us talk about all those shows and many, many more on this week’s episode below.
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