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Bremen Cafe This Week

Bremen Cafe 901 E. Clarke St., Milwaukee 414.431.1932 Now Offering Full Bar!!! www.bremencafe.com (check our website for frequent updates!) Please note: all shows except Open Mics start at 9pm. Open mics still start at 8pm on Mondays and Thursdays. Mid-Week Mountain Music Every Wednesday at 9pm Local musicians performing your favorite old time, bluegrass, and folk songs as well as original material. Fri. June 18 Patrick Brickel w/ Edgar Allen Cash www.patrickbrickel.com 9pm $5 Ranging from subtle, singer-songwriter finger stylings to aggressive, emotional, pounding pop-Americana, Patrick Brickel is many things… from a powerful roots musician to the unassuming guy sitting next to you on the bus. Sat. June 19 Angie Said Red w/ Holly Haebig (from One Drum) www.angiesaidred.com 9pm $5 Angie Said Red’s set borrows from the folk, blues, country, and pop worlds, combining finely tuned vocal harmonies, a rock solid rhythm section, and phenomenal piano solos. Fri. June 25 Rick Walters and Friends Anti-Death Penalty Benefit 9pm $7 Sat. June 26 John Sieger and Keith Pulvermacher w/ Guy Fiorentini 9pm $5 Singer, guitarist, songwriter John Sieger is a god among Milwaukee musicians. He may not have the swagger of a Sammy Llanas or the wardrobe of The Gufs, but he’s been pounding the stages in Milwaukee — and far beyond — for a few decades now and there haven’t been many songwriters than can keep up with him. -Bobby Tanzilo On Milwaukee.com Sun. June 27 Richmond Fontaine w/ Moonshine Sway www.richmondfontaine.com 9pm $5 One of the country’s best songwriters, Willy Vlautin finds new ways to shine nuances into every song. His writing gains new confidence with every verse. His vision is put to life by the other members of Richmond Fontaine: Paul Brainard on pedal steel guitar, Dave Harding on bass and Sean Oldham on drums. Fri. July 2 Matt Hendricks www.matthendricks.com 9pm $5 Sat. July 3 Anjuli Daw, Ben Byrnes, and Corey Hart 9pm $5 Open Mic- Every Monday and Thursday 8pm No cover Two of the best in town. Come to listen or to play. Everyone welcome.