Heading to Milwaukee!

I am getting ready for a few shows in Milwaukee! 

First, I am performing with Brulé at the incredible Indian Summer Festival on Saturday, September 10. Brulé is the headliner on the Miller Main Stage. The show will start around 8:30pm. 

Next, I am performing two solo acoustic shows! 

The first is at on September 14. I am performing at Kelly's Bleachers Wind Lake in the Milwaukee area, at 8pm! 7805 S. Loomis Road, Wind Lake, WI 53185. Phone: 262-895-3000.

The second show is on September 15. I am performing at Dugout 54, in Milwaukee starting out at 8pm!! 5328 West Bluemound Road,Milwaukee, WI 53208. Phone: 414.259.1200.

At the end of the month, I am headed out to California with Brulé for a private show. 

I hope to see you in Milwaukee! 

V

 

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