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Streaming [LIVE] at the Leach

By July 25, 2014 No Comments

Looking for something awesome, terrific, and spectacular to do on your Tuesday night after work? We have just the event…LIVE MUSIC!

We’re once again sponsoring Streaming [LIVE] at the Leachon Tuesday, July 29 at 6:00 p.m. After a long, hard day, there’s nothing better than relaxing and listening to some great music.

Looking for something awesome, terrific, and spectacular to do on your Tuesday night after work? We have just the event…LIVE MUSIC!

We’re once again sponsoring Streaming [LIVE] at the Leachon Tuesday, July 29 at 6:00 p.m. After a long, hard day, there’s nothing better than relaxing and listening to some great music.

This night’s lineup includes two tribute bands! Tribute bands are not your typical cover band. They choose a specific artist and strive to capture every nuance of that artist’s actions and appearance, playing only that artist’s music while mastering the song set until it’s perfect.

So, without further ado, here’s the lineup!

First, there’s a fantastic trio tied together with a punk rock attitude. Sedated – A Tribute to the Ramones puts on a show that will make you feel like your back in the 1970s watching the real Ramones perform. An American rock band that played with spunk and attitude, the Ramones were formed in New York City in 1974 and were a major influence on punk rock, touring almost nonstop for 22 years. Sedated was created by Larry Pagel, along with brothers Jeff and Derek Stebane. It started with a simple Facebook post by Larry, commenting that he would like to start a Ramones tribute band. Jeff took notice, talked to Larry about truly doing it, and the rest is history. When you come this Tuesday, be sure to style your punk rock garb to help recreate the Ramones vibe!

Second, we have a power trio from the Midwest with talents for musicianship and complex compositions. Vital Signs, Wisconsin’s premier RUSH tribute band, was your run-of-the-mill boring cover band, until they attempted the unbelievable. After practice, practice and more practice, they were able to perfect each and every RUSH song and play them with ease. Band members Walter (Topsy) Phillips, Brian Le May, and Dan (Goober) Lautenschlager, bring the full RUSH experience to you. Come out this Tuesday to enjoy their performance at the Leach.

We love supporting the communities we serve and bringing this awesome entertainment to you. Hope to see you there on Tuesday, July 29!