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[Shows this Week] May 3-9

5/3 - The Clyde Stubblefield Show, 9pm, The Frequency, $5 Cover, 21+, more info
  • Clyde Stubblefield is the "Funky Drummer" and has been hosting a weekly show in downtown Madison for over 20 years.  The Clyde Stubblefield Show features the vocal talents of the lovely Karri Daley (who also represents Madison Media Institute and is a guest blogger for Project M) and the soulful Charlie Brooks, along with Steve Skaggs (keyboards), Dave Goplen (bass), Joe Wickham (guitar) and the three-piece horn section of Bryan Husk, Pete Ross and Chad Whittinghill.
5/4 - Canja Rave w/ Nicole Rae, 9pm, The Frequency, $5 cover, 21+, more info
  • Canja Rave is a pop-rock duo from Porto Alegre, Brazil.  Since the release of their first album in 2005, Canja Rave has been touring the world and hitting many festivals as they bring their sound to Madison this week.  more info
5/4 - The Dirty Shirts, 6:30pm, High Noon Saloon, $4 cover, 21+, more info
  • Honkytonk, country, and roots music, complemented by 2 for 1 rail drinks and select taps until 7pm. The Dirty Shirts grace the High Noon stage the 1st Tuesday of every month (typically...), so come on down and check 'em out!
5/4 - Anna Laube, 6pm, The Brink Lounge, Free 5/5 - Everybody Was In The French Resistance.. Now! w/ Team Band, 9pm, The Frequency, $10 cover, 21+, more info
  • Eddie Argos and Dyan Valdés are correcting the mistakes of pop songs past. So far they have defended the belittled blue collar worker from Kanye West’s “Gold Digger,” told Gerry and the Pacemakers that in fact it is okay to walk alone, dumped the manipulative Martha Reeves on behalf of poor Jimmy Mack and taken the misguided instructions of a 17th century ballad to its logical conclusion.  m
5/6 - Natty Nation w/ Urban Empress and the Urbanites, 9pm, Majestic Theatre, $5 cover, more info
  • Local reggae band Natty Nation will be performing with special guest Urban Empress and the Urbanites.  A must see for any  local reggae fan.
5/6 - Down The Line  CD Release Show w/ Ryan Casey, 9pm, High Noon Saloon, $10 cover, 21+
  • Chicago’s Down The Line's  music delivers mighty hooks and harmonies within smart writing and truly shining vocals. It’s an acoustic mix—guitar, mandolin, violin, harmonica and djembe, driven by a lone-electric bass—that the Chicago Sun-Times praised as “an organic blend of rollicking pop.” The group prefers to describe their sound more simply: acoustic pop. However you label them, Down The Line creates music that’s pure, unique and unforgettable. In 2010 Down The Line released Open The Door, a stirring EP of new originals. They are not to be missed.
5/6 - The Cork n Bottle String Band, 6pm, The Frequency, $4, 21+, more info
  • The Cork 'n Bottle Bottle String Band was formed in 1996 by a group of friends with more enthusiasm than experience. Named after the liquor store where most of them either worked or shopped they soon began a weekly Wednesday night gig at Ken's Bar in downtown Madison, a gig that lasted until the bar closed in 2002. The band still plays regularly with a monthly show at the UW Memorial Union and various other Madison area gigs.
5/6 - Chick Singer Night w/ Anna Laube, Beth Kille and more, 8pm, The Brink Lounge, more info
  • Watch multiple Project M contestants perform as Anna Laube and Beth Kille take the stage with other Madison female vocalists.  Interested in Project M?  Here are Anna Laube and Beth Kille's Project M pages.
5/7 - Madpolecats, 9pm, The Frequency, $5, 21+
  • The Madpolecats are a family band. Featuring Jesse on banjo, his father Papa 'Ski, on drums, his cousin Paul on guitar and accordian, his uncle Bobby Evans from The Alimony Blues Band on lap steel and guitar, and cousin J on stand-up bass. EVERYBODY SINGS and they have a sweet blend of 3, 4, and 5 part harmonies, playing reggae, ska, punk, psychobilly and bluegrass versions of your favorite songs.
5/7 - Kaki King w/ An Horse, 9:30pm, High Noon Saloon, $16 door/$14 adv, 18+
  • Kaki King is an American guitar player and singer-songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia.  In February 2006, King was named as a “Guitar God” by Rolling Stone Magazine, becoming the first ever female to make this list in the history of the publication.
5/8 - Butch Walker & the Black Widows, 9pm, Majestic Theatre, $16 cover, more info
  • Butch Walker & the Black Widows are an alternative rock band lead by Butch Walker originally from Cartersville, GA.  Walker is on tour following his earlier 2010 release, I Liked It Better When You Had No Heartmore info
5/9 - Ashley Raines w/ Jeremy Porter, 8pm, The Frequency, $5 cover, 21+, more info
  • Ashley Raines grew up in the Midwest and began running away from home almost as early as he could walk. By the age of fourteen he was hitchhiking from his home in Kansas to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He hopped boxcars and taught himself any instrument he could get his hands on, recording his songs on four-track reel-to-reel machines which he sold while performing on the street. Raines has released seven studio and one live album(s).
-Sam Ryan


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