Gin Mill Hollow // Pritzl & Odin // Cullah

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Gin Mill Hollow // Pritzl & Odin // Cullah

January 21 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

$10 – $15

$10 adv/ $15 at the door (advance sales until 3pm day of show, then available at the door). Doors at 7pm, showtime 8pm


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Proof of Vaccination -OR- Proof of a Negative COVID 19 Test taken within 72 hours of the show.

Masks are encouraged but not required.


Gin Mill Hollow

Over seven years and four hundred-plus shows, the ever-evolving Americana outfit Gin Mill Hollow has been showcasing their unique approach to string-band music throughout the midwest and beyond. Born as an acoustic duo at the Up North Bar in Madison, WI, the group found traction in the area after adding mandolin and eventually percussion to the mix. Now a solid four-piece band, Gin Mill Hollow\’s live performances look and sound more like a rock show with electric guitar and effected mandolin solos soaring over driving rhythm and harmony, blending genres like bluegrass and folk music with jazz and blues. Plotting their third tour west to Colorado for April of 2022, the quartet are regularly playing bigger venues to larger crowds and are poised to ride that momentum into the summer festival circuit in the coming year. With two studio albums to their credit, the band plans to record new material over the winter months in the hopes of a new release not far behind.

Derek Pritzl and Sam Odin

Derek and Sam perform a stripped-down, wide-open take on the singer songwriter set featuring Sam Odin of Horseshoes & Handgrenades and Derek Pritzl of The Gamble.


Cullah (Born Ian McCullough on April 27, 1991 in Milwaukee, WI) is a multi-disciplinary musician and engineer who releases an album every year on April 27th since 2006. Each album reflects the eclectic musical styles that Cullah draws from – Cullah is a walking autobiographical journey of musical expression. With each revolution around the sun, Cullah explores and documents his human condition through various stories and song. Cullah finds his inspiration from in many places – you may find yourself moving from Appalachian Folk to French House seamlessly in a musical collage.

As a reflection of his life, Cullah’s music varies seamlessly between genres as a musical collage. He describes his pull towards music as “not a choice”, magnetic, and constant presence in his life. As a child, sharing a room with his epileptic brother, he would regularly enter into sleep-paralysis in his bed to cope. The haven of music within his mind provided him solace from the frightening fits of seizures his brother endured throughout the night. This connection with the dreamworld has allowed Cullah’s prolific 15 albums, one every year since he was 15.

Cullah describes his draw towards music as inherent to his being, perhaps even in his DNA. His grandfather, orphaned at a young age, would perform the fiddle in bars to make just enough money to eat that day. His mother, Mary, was one of seventeen children and she was one of eleven daughters – all named Mary (from Cullah’s grandfather’s devotion to Mother Mary). His grandfather told endless stories of divine visions and visitations from angels, many delivering music. Cullah’s two grandparents and seventeen aunts and uncles would participate in what Cullah’s mother claims was “the largest family band in American history”. In his mother’s womb, he toured the Midwest as she played her clarinet and tenor saxophone.

$10 adv/ $15 at the door (advance sales until 3pm day of show, then available at the door). Doors at 7pm, showtime 8pm


January 21
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
$10 – $15
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Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co.
224 W Bruce St.
Milwaukee, WI 53204 United States
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