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[Shows This Week] August 16-22

8/16 Stone Temple Pilots w/ Cage The Elephant and Fang Island The Rave (Milwaukee), 8pm, more info
Alternative Rock
The hard hitting sound of Stone Temple Pilots will be arriving in Milwaukee Monday night.  After a hiatus, Stone Temple Pilots have returned to recording and touring this year with a new self-titled album release.  If you are a fan of new or old STP, head to Milwaukee to check out some great music!
8/16 Funky Mondays with Clyde Stubblefield The Frequency, 9:30pm, more info
Funk Rock
Clyde Stubblefield IS the FUNKY DRUMMER! He drummed for James Brown from 1965 to 1970 and recorded such hits as “I Feel Good,” “Coldsweat,” and “The Funky Drummer.” Clyde is the most sampled drummer ever, providing some of the most famous and familiar grooves used by DJ’s and hip-hop artists around the world.
8/17 Grill Out with Anna Laube Whole Foods Market, 4pm, more info
Acoustic Rock
Time to pull out the grill and celebrate warm weather, good friends and great food!  Join Whole Foods Market Madison each Tuesday night from 4:00-8:00 p.m. for a scrumptious menu from the grill (veggie alternatives too!). This month’s grilling activities include fun fundraisers, delicious local grub and outstanding live music. Pair that with friends, blue skies, and a few games…and we’ve got your Tuesday nights covered!   This week join Project M's own Anna Laube for some great tunes.
8/17 500 Miles to Memphis w/ Ghost Town Council High Noon Saloon, 6pm, more info
Alternative/Punk/Country
500 Miles to Memphis is a rock band the brings together elements of both country and alternative/punk rock.  Originally from Cincinnati, 500 Miles to Memphis has released 3 studio albums including their 2010 release We've Built Up To Nothing.  Looking for some "cowpunk" on your Tuesday night?  Head to the High Noon Saloon!
8/18 Whitney Mann Alchemy, 10pm, more info
Alt. Country
Madison alt-country songstress Whitney Mann has established herself as a smart songwriter with a crystalline voice on 2009's splendid The Way Back Home EP as well as a couple of dates opening for Willie Nelson earlier this year. Now she's out to prove her versatility with a monthly residency at Alchemy, where Mann will take requests via e-mail (byrequestwithwhitney@gmail.com). Mann prefers that the requests lean toward country, but she says she'll try anything.
8/19 Clovis Mann Majestic Theatre, 9pm, more info
Blues Rock
Come check out this week's Free Summerjam at the Majestic with Clovis Mann which includes Project M's own Dan Walkner.  Clovis Mann is a local blues/rock band that will surely rock hard.  The CLOVIS MANN live experience has always been an intense musical commitment. The swirling styles and fire-breathing vocals continue to bend genres and explore new musical territories.
8/19 Aaron Williams and The Hoodoo The Brink Lounge, 9pm, more info
Blues Rock
Don’t miss your chance to see the 2010 winner of Madison Area Music Awards Artist of the Year!  Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo are back and performing at the Brink Lounge for the Madison faithful.  Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo bring a big beat and a smooth blues guitar when they rock local Madison clubs and bars.  Also, be sure to snag a copy of the bands new album “It Ain’t Easy.”
8/20 Lucas Cates Pooley's, 7pm, more info
Acoustic Rock
The Lucas Cates Band (TLCB) is a nationally touring, original acoustic rock group based in Madison, Wis. Their music includes a wide range of genres, including rock, pop, alt-country, folk, jazz, funk, r&b, jam and more. Fusing three- and occasionally four-part harmonies the band creates a big sound. They are a singer/songwriter group that has the energy of a rock band that jams, and with 10 Madison Area Music Awards (MAMAs) over the past 3 years--including best pop performer and artist of the year--TLCB has risen to new heights on a local, regional and national level.
8/21 Elf Lettuce Memorial Union Terrace, 9pm, more info
Blues Rock
Elf Lettuce is a blues/rock act originated in Madison, WI.  The band played with Clyde Stubblefield for some time and now are hard at work touring the midwest.  Elf Lettuce released an EP that has sold over 1000 copies and are prepping a live release for later this year.
8/22 Cheap Trick Crystal Grand Music Theatre (WI Dells), 8pm, more info
Rock n' Roll
Cheap Trick may be one of the most covered bands of all time. Since the 70s they've been blending elements of pop, punk and even metal in a way that is instantly catchy and recognizable.  With timeless classics such as "I Want You to Want Me," "Surrender," and the late 80s lighter-waving favorite, "The Flame," Cheap Trick are a musical institution.
8/22 Yokinazu Project w/ Baghdad Scuba Review, The Cosmonauts, and Richard Whitney High Noon Saloon, 5pm, more info
Local Jam Rock
The Yokanizu Project has been kicking around Madison and beyond for a good five years or more playing great rock, jam, and reggae.Baghdad Scuba Review is often lumped in with the "jam band" music genre. However they are truly defined as progressive rock, with elements of classic, jazz, and rock fusion. Long musical compositions and narratives are found in their music as the band explores the social and political awareness that is necessary in today's ever changing and unbalanced society.


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