Featuring the J. Ryan Trio and Peter Neumer, Saxophone
Light snacks included with each ticket purchase.
Doors open at 6:00.
Peter Neumer serenades on solo sax from 6:00-7:00. Mix and mingle, get your drink from the bar and load up on tasty treats from My Family Roots Catering.
The J. Ryan Trio takes the stage from 7:00 – 8:30.
The J. Ryan Trio plays jazz standards and down home blues all with a soulful feel in and around Milwaukee with every last dollar raised from album sales and live performance going to charity.
Enjoy a night of romance-themed music at Story Hill Fire House – a new event space that is elegant, unique and historic.
*Seating is limited, and may sell out. It is best to purchase tickets in advance.
Join us in listening to fingerstyle acoustic guitar performed by local musician Jake Stanzer. He’ll perform pieces ranging from classic Celtic to Irish to Scottish traditional tunes, as well as some modern songs.
With heavy roots in blues, ragtime, and Celtic music, Jake Stanzer brings his passion for music and fingerstyle guitar to audiences all over Southeastern Wisconsin. Whether you find him serenading a wine tasting, or rocking the stage with his emotive, blues-tinged licks in the bands Whiskey and The Devil or J.R. & The Strangers, Jake’s playing guarantees to satisfy your musical soul.
Grab some locally sourced coffee, tea and/or bakery from Sherman Perk while you’re there!
Janet, a cellist and composer from Nineteen Thirteen, a Milwaukee based chamber rock duo, will be performing solo but solo to Janet means something like 20 cellos at one time with the help of electronic technology. Her cello is from Transylvania, 1913 and she creates cello layers live for each audience. Don’t miss this!
Armed with rock ‘n’ roll zeal and rhythmic guitars, Justin Jagler delivers soulful roots music across America’s heartland and beyond. Through songs like “Stay Freaky, Giannis” and “Harvest Time,” Jagler’s relentless songwriting and nimble voice pay homage to folk traditions and explore the lives of 21st-century characters.
Keith Pulvermacher grew up three doors down from his grandparents in the town of Butler. Being brought up around so much family with strong roots in music and love, the inspiration for his music was instilled deep within his soul. He likes to say his music isn’t country, It isn’t blues, It isn’t folk, It isn’t rock. It’s distinctly “Midwestern” music inspired by Wisconsin.