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One credit union, one venue, six nights of free music.

By July 6, 2015 No Comments

Verve is proud to bring you Streaming [LIVE] at the Leach. Get ready.

 Verve teamed up with Oshkosh’s Leach Amphitheater to bring you the Streaming [LIVE] at the Leach concert series, where you can jam out to all your favorite, local acts this summer FOR FREE. The series runs on Tuesday nights from July 7th through August 11th. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. each Tuesday with music from 6 to 9. Check out who’s playing below.

 


Tuesday, July 7 – Eminence & Bad Habitz

Eminence is a teen rock band comprised of five talented females ranging in age from sixteen to eighteen. The group received statewide recognition this year as winners of Launchpad 2015, an alternative music competition for Wisconsin high school students.

Heavily influenced by 80’s rock music, youth trio Bad Habitz amazes with both musical ability and excellent stage presence. Four-time nominees for the Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) Awards, Bad Habitz won the Rising Star category in 2014.

 


Tuesday, July 14 – Reverend Raven

Blues band Reverend Raven & The Chain Smoking Altar Boys has been active since 1990, headlining around the state and opening for the likes of B.B. King, Gatemouth Brown and Pinetop Perkins. The group’s taken home 10 separate WAMI awards and a range of other recognitions.


Tuesday, July 21 – Rising Phoenix

Rising Phoenix hails from Central Wisconsin, specializing in 80’s metal and hard rock and featuring some of the area’s very best, seasoned musicians in the rock genre.

 


 

Tuesday, July 28 – Sonic Circus

Sonic Circus won the 2004, 2006 & 2009 WAMI awards for Best Cover Band and was nominated again in 2010. Performing at clubs, festivals and corporate functions all over the Midwest, Sonic Circus is the ultimate party experience.


Tuesday, August 4 – Water City Jazz Orchestra

A youthful addition to the Fox Valley’s big band music scene, the Water City Jazz Orchestra was founded in 2015 by trumpeter Kurt Shipe and drummer Mike Malone. Together, they assembled an ensemble featuring some of the most talented musicians in the area from a diverse background.

 


Tuesday, August 11 – Nashville Pipeline

The Fox Valley may be Nashville Pipeline’s home, but this six-piece band’s rockin’ sound rings truer to its namesake Tennessee town. Nashville Pipeline is one of the valley’s hottest country cover bands.