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Chris Haise Band - (pronounced Hi-zee) announces their 2nd album, “Suburban View”, bringing a whole new polished sound filled with hook filled ballads and toe tappers. The folk/rock Dylan-esque album will be released June 14th,2019.
The forthcoming album is a follow-up to Chris’s 2017 solo album entitled "Your Ugly Friends", which was nominated for multiple 88Nine’s Music Awards, was selected as NSAI "One to Watch", and won Dylan Days Singer/Songwriter Contest. “Suburban View” comes on the steps of CHB already receiving a WAMI Award Nomination for 2019.
Self-recorded and engineered by band member Mark Harrig, “Suburban View” is composed of 7 tracks that reflect on Haise’s past experiences. The album speaks to generational uncertainty trying to figure out a place in a changing world with songs like “Reciprocity” and “Help Myself”.
Although a few songs on the album have a familiar feel to Haise’s solo album, songs like “Women in Black” and “The Breakman” show Haise’s growth as a songwriter. Haise also addresses hot button issues such as mental health with the powerful tune “Night Shadows”.
Cullah & The Comrades - (Milwaukee, WI) is a multi-disciplinary musician and engineer who writes, records, and releases an album every year on April 27th (his birthday) since 2006. Each album reflects the eclectic musical styles that Cullah draws from -- an autobiographical journey of musical expression.
Cullah & The Comrades play a spectacle of Milwaukee strut -n- stroll rock -n- roll. Backed by talent of The Comrades, Cullah's ability to bend and transcend genres leads for an exciting and captivating performance through style and sound. Cullah's unassuming presence exists in stark contrast to his voluminous vocal chords. If you get the chance to meet Ian, it is difficult to imagine the sound of his voice coming out of his body. But it is his singing voice that makes that inner monologue so much more powerful. Listening isn’t optional, you’re going to hear it whether you like it or not.
Zach Pietrini - At the forefront of the Americana resurgence in the north country, Pietrini quickly distinguished himself with his fearless vulnerability, prolific writing, and dynamic live show. “Pietrini’s skill is crafting the kind of Americana that gets right into you with a beguiling friendliness” (88Nine Radio Milwaukee).
Pietrini’s 6th release, Denver Sessions, has continued to solidify his reputation as an Americana force. Receiving high praise from Milwaukee Record, Journal Sentinel, Shepherd Express and 88nine.
Zach and the Band push onward. Serving as direct support for Huey Lewis and the News, Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Shook Twins and Miles Nielson & the Rusted Hearts, soon to be playing showcases at SXSW, the band has proven it is here to stay.