7th annual Rockabilly for Rescues! Live music, huge selection of great raffle items and merchandise for sale. All proceeds benefit MADACC!!
Crazy Rocket Fuel Miss Barbara Clifford & Shakin' Tailfeathers perform alternating stages 9pm - 1am
The Brewtown Rumble is Milwaukee’s new vintage motorcycle show and street party featuring music, food, vendors and more! Join us on Sun, May 17, 2015 from 11 AM to 5 PM at the historic Pabst Brewery on the streets in front of Best Place. www.brewtownrumble.com
FREE HALLOWEEN SHOW - Crazy Rocket Fuel and The Get Hot share the stage for a night of rockin' music, assorted frights and possible appearances by ghostly escapees (who could pop up at any time in the haunted beer garden).
Sounds Like: Janis Martin, Rose Maddox, Wanda Jackson
Label: Captain Naughty Pants
Manager: Kari Bloom
Bio: "If cornering the market on being an all woman, hyper-awesome, old school, sawdust on the floor Rockabilly band were illegal, the Milwaukee quartet, Crazy Rocket Fuel would most definitely be Taycheedah bound. All things considered, hearing their debut album Volume 1 and seeing these beautiful so...See Full Bio
“Milwaukee distaff rockabilly foursome Crazy Rocket Fuel make their retro country rockin' danceable while playing up bad girl imagery. Some of the language and metaphor they employ would surely have gotten Wanda Jackson a radio ban in her '50s heyday. These gals, however, work their sass factor hard as they would any guy who would dare step up to them. Like current country singer Miranda Lambert, they're not above telling of how they would give a cheating man a taste of hot lead, but they add the local color of landing in the Taycheedah women's prison. The band, especially singer Kari Bloom, is especially fetching when the attitude plays into more developed lyrical narrative. On the rare occasions when a fella actually captures her positive attention, Bloom emotes with enough tenderness to make it believable, too. With custom car culture's affection for both rockabilly and tough chicks, these ladies could break out from genre pigeonholing in some crazily ingenious ways.”