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What Made Milwaukee Famous

What Made Milwaukee Famous

Rock / Indie Rock / Pop Austin, TX  US
Gone and Done It Now
Gone and Done It Now
Rosewood (featuring Kathleen Edwards)
Rosewood (featuring Kathleen Edwards)
Demons and Monkeys (And You and Me. And Me and Me)
Demons and Monkeys (And You and Me. And Me and Me)
Swift Justice for Christmas
Swift Justice for Christmas


What Made Milwaukee Famous - Gone and Done It Now



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  • Tim Gibson (Artist)
    Tim Gibson
    Awesome sound! Great vocals!
  • AUDIO WINE (Artist)
    Great sound and vox, Keeps you in the groove and listening to more.. Tuba and all. U have a Myles Godwin vocal sound. Great
  • J.O.A. (Artist)
    "Down"...Great Song!! Excellent Sound!!
  • Dennis Michael (Artist)
    Dennis Michael
    Hey guys, I will come see you in Htown end of month! If u need an opener, happy to help! Peace Dennis Michael
  • Paul J. Clark (Artist)
    Paul J. Clark
    Rosewood - great vocals, harmonies, and guitar playing. Really enjoyed it! Paul
  • Premonition (Artist)
    Good sound guys!! All the best!!


  • Free Press Summer Fest 2009 (Houston)


Sounds Like: Dr. Dog, Brendan Benson, The Delta Spirit, The Shins, Wilco

Manager: Jessica Jarrett

Bio: What Made Milwaukee Famous has been a stalwart of the Austin music scene since their inception in 2003. Singer/Songwriter Michael Kingcaid has employed a diverse range of musicians in the past decade, priding the band on not being backed into any corners, stylistically. With the release of their...See Full Bio

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"Positively exuberant, teeming with squiggly keys, extroverted hooks, and brightly anthemic guitar, all grounded by Michael Kingcaid's mellifluous croon."

— Julia Simon, Spin

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Q: We're stoked that the Kickstarter campaign went well. Do you have an official release date for the album? The new material sounded great at SummerFest!

A: hey Cory, we don't have an official date for the release just yet. we're going to shop it around for a little bit. but even if no labels bite, we're probably going to just release it in August. September at the very latest. glad that you liked the new material. hopefully, we'll see you again really soon. thanks, michael and wmmf

Asked by Cory Lee Palmer. Answered on Wed Jun 27 2012

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