Syracuse native Martin Sexton is returning to Milwaukee on his headline tour in support of his ninth studio released 'Mixtape of the Open Road'. Sexton, who began playing music in the streets of Boston, has headlined all over the country at venues like The Fillmore to Carnegie Hall. His songs have been featured in television show like Scrubs, Parenthood and Masters of Sex. Mixtape of the Open Road features notable songs 'Set in Stone' and 'Pine Away'.
Bad Suns, an alternative rock band from Los Angeles, will be performing at the Rave in March on their 'Heartbreaker' North American headline tour in celebration of their latest album 'Disappear Here', released on September 16th of 2016. The band experienced praise for their first album 'Language and Perspective', and has been touring in support of acts like Halsey and the 1975.
Milwaukee will have another opportunity to experience Dead Horses @ The Back Room @ Colectivo Coffee on December 9 & 10 for back to back shows. The band is on tour after the release of their newest album "Cartoon Moon" on September 30th of 2016, only weeks after their show with Horseshoes and Hand Grenades and Trampled by Turtles at The Riverside Theater.
Foy Vance in a singer/songwriter from Ireland with a unique rock and roll - folk style. He was a supporting artist on worldwide tours with Ed Sheeran, Snow Patrol, and Sir Elton John. Vance became the second artist to sign with Gingerbread Records, a division of Atlantic Records started by Ed Sheeran. His latest album "The Wild Swan," was released on May 13th of 2016. The album was recorded at Blackbird Studios in Nashville and features Sir Elton John as executive producer.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich is an internationally known singer/songwriter from York, England. He is on tour in North America after the release of his second studio album "After The Rain" on August 19th, 2016. After The Rain was released five years after his first album "Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm" in 2011. Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm features his popular song "Atlas Hands".