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March

25

Sweet Dreams and Honky Tonk

2 PM - 4:30 PM

Sweet Dreams & Honky Tonk- March 25, 2018 2:00pm  $23-$30

Sweet Dreams & Honky Tonks stars two music veterans. Tom Waselchuk is a singer, song writer, and multi-instrumentalist who has performed for over three decades, sometimes juggling multiple projects in a variety of musical genres, but always keeping one foot planted firmly in country music. Mr. Waselchuk has toured nationally and internationally, composed for musical theatre, and produced a country-music themed holiday revue titled Tinsel & Twang: A Merry-cana Christmas.

 

Lindsey Geise is a dynamic singer and a consummate performer. She's sung just about every style of popular music performing in scores of revues with her sister duo The Giese Girls and as a soloist, starring in the Fabulous Fifties Live! show in Wisconsin Dells for five seasons, and as lead vocalist on Holland America and Celebrity Cruises for four years.

 

The back up band for Sweet Dreams & Honky Tonks is called The Dang-Its, featuring Mark Luhring on drums, Matt Rodgers on bass, Rick Nass on pedal steel guitar, and Chris Wagoner on violin and mandolin. The Dang-Its were named 2013 Country/Bluegrass Performer of the Year by the Madison (WI) Area Music Awards, and their most recent recording, A Lick of Sense, was named the MAMAs 2014 Country Bluegrass Album of the Year.

 

More information is available at: www.sweetdreamsandhonkytonks.com

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