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Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers Live at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum

Patterson Hood photo Enter to win tickets to see the Drive-By Truckers at the Majestic From museum.dva.state.wi.us Tuesday, September 28, 2010 – 3:30 to 4:00 p.m. Exclusive acoustic performance The Wisconsin Veterans Museum is honored to host Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers for a special acoustic performance in its galleries. Hood has long been a supporter of American soldiers and veterans, having written such songs as "The Sands of Iwo Jima" and "The Home Front," which was inspired by the passing of Madison native, SGT Mark Maida. SGT Maida's personal effects can be seen in "Faces in the Sand," an exhibit honoring Wisconsin's men and women who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The concert will start promptly at 3:30 p.m. and is FREE (do not be late – you will miss the show). Space is limited for this very special event, so arrive early (no advance reservations). Drive-By Truckers will be performing on the evening of September 28 at the Majestic Theater in Madison. The all-ages show starts at 8:30 p.m. with support from Henry Clay People. Purchase tickets for the Majestic Theater performance here.
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[Shows This Week] April 26 - May 2

4/26 - Free Energy w/ The New Loud, 8pm High Noon Saloon, $10, 18+, more info
  • Free Energy is a 5-piece indie-pop-rock band based in Philadelphia. Free Energy shares similarities with bands such as: Thin Lizzy, Cheap Trick, Boston, Fleetwood Mac & Bruce Springsteen. They have recently released their first album "Stuck on Nothing." band website
4/27 - OTT w/ special guests TBA, 9pm Majestic Theatre, $10, more info
  • OTT is a British record producer and DJ.  He has previously worked with artists such as Sinead O'Connor and Brian Eno. Ott on MySpace
4/28 - Jakob Dylan w/ Neko Case and Kelly Hogan, 8pm Pabst Theater, Milwaukee, $25, more info
  • Jakob Dylan followed his father Bob Dylan's footsteps in becoming a singer-songwriter.  Dylan formally with The Wallflowers has recently released a new album titled "Women and Country." band website
4/28 - Yeasayer w/ Sleigh Bells, 9pm Majestic Theatre, $13 cover SOLD OUT, more info
  • The experimental electronic-rock  sounds of Yeasayer invade Madison as they take the stage at the Majestic Theatre.  Performing with Sleigh Bells, this is sure to be a show for any indie-rock fan. band website
4/29 - Michael McDermott w/ John Craigie and Marty Finkel, 7pm The Brink Lounge, $10, more info
  • Chicago-based singer-songwriter Michael McDermott's show is "Pat's Picks," which means Pat Gallagher get to pick the set-list for the night. Look for some old, some new, some you know, others you may not know and even Michael covering Gloria Gaynor! Here are some free .mp3 downloads also!
4/29 - Monterey Jazz Festival On Tour, 7:30pm The Capitol Theater in Overture Center, $22-$52, more info
  • Members of the Monterey Jazz Festival are touring the country sharing their amazing sound.  Here is more information on this year's Monterey Jazz Festival website
4/29 - LOS CAMPESINOS! w/ Special Guest Cymbals Eat Guitars, 9pm Majestic Theatre, $16, more info
  • Formed in Wales, the seven-piece indie-pop group first grabbed attention on MySpace. Despite the band forming in Wales, none of its members are actually Welsh. band website
5/2 - Chris Pureka w/ Peasant, 8pm High Noon Saloon, $12 cover or $10 advance, more info
  • Chris is an acoustic singer-songwriter from Northampton, Massachusetts. She began writing songs at the age of eight and began playing the guitar at 16.
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