Circle of Fifths

Ozaukee Talent Pop-Up Drum Circle 6.18.22 6-7 pm Lime Kiln Park, Grafton WI

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Bring something to sit on, beverage, and percussion instrument of any kind only if you have one.  If not, something will be provided.

Notes for Drum Circle Attendees

6.18.22 Lime Kiln Park 6-7 pm created by Drum Circle Facilitator Angie Mack

Contact:  angie@ozaukeetalent.com

I am going to spend no more than 5-10 minutes explaining the vision for this drum circle which is scheduled to end at 7:00.  

Once we get started, I may pause and occasionally ask some guided questions for whoever wants to share.  I might ask things like:

  • What is your relationship with drumming? (It’s OK to say, “I am brand new at this”.)  
  • Why are you here?  Is it for personal growth such as to experience the physical, mental, spiritual or social benefits of drumming?  Is it because you are concerned about modern day events and need a place to come together with others?  Are you here to support me?  Are you unsure of why you are here?
  • What is your current authentic mood?  Embarrassed?  Proud?  Crabby?  Thankful?  Spiritual?  Stressed?  Drumming helps us to be mindful or “in the moment”.  

In brief, I have been an arts leader in Ozaukee County for about 26 years.  I am deeply concerned about the stress that modern day events have had on people and families.  I am not here with any type of political or religious affiliation.  I am here because I know, through experience, that music has two special qualities:  It heals.  And it brings people together.

Music is a universal language.  It’s all inclusive.  Making a beat is something that anyone can do.  It goes back to the very beginnings of human civilization.  Archaeologist Sergei Bibikov said that the first instruments were made out of mammoth bones   https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000049687

This gathering has zero to do with musical ability or prowess.  It is about experimenting with your instrument to bring sounds that contribute to the sound of the group.  It is about getting back to the very roots and basics of what it means to coexist with other people.  Occasionally I might gesture with my arm so that we can find a steady beat together.  Or I might gesture to play a little quieter or a little louder.  My job as the drum circle facilitator is to conduct musical and interpersonal unity.

I have always been fascinated by circles.   In fact, music is based on a scientific or mathematical law called the Circle of Fifths.  In addition, some of you may or may not know that some of the earliest and foundational songs in American history were etched into circles of wax about one block north of Lime Kiln Park.  

Circle of Fifths

I often joke that I don’t like parades because they are “too linear”.  I conduct many of my music and arts classes in circles.  I feel comfortable in circles.  At the center of today’s drum circle, I see love and respect.  `I see love and respect for you because you have a journey that is different than mine.  I hope that you can have love and respect for me because I have had a different journey than you.  As human beings, we should cheer each other on to be their best selves.  

I don’t see a lot of that in our modern day culture.  Have we really evolved as human beings if we are committing increasingly worse atrocities against one another?  

Guiding Rules

  • No talking during the session.  The goal is to listen to each other, to nature and to ourselves.  
  • Watch me for cues to get on the same beat, to get quieter or louder.  Otherwise, know that you sound great.  
  • Be comfortable.  Mostly with yourself.  Come and go as you need to.  If you need to phone or text, please step outside of the circle temporarily.  
  • Feel free to try different instruments.  Put yours in the middle of the circle and try something different for awhile.  
  • I might pause to take photos, audio or video for social media.

$10 suggested donation.  Cash. Venmo. Paypal. Etc…

REGISTRATION LINK FOR TODAY AND FUTURE DRUM CIRCLES

Any Questions?  Otherwise, there will be more opportunities to share once we get going.

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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Circle Back with Angie Mack – The Beginning Years

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May 20, 2022

by Angie Mack CONTACT:  angie@ozaukeetalent.com

I grew up with an older sister who had a physical and intellectual disability that required 24-hour nursing care.    She needed to live in a facility that was about an hour away from our home so I only saw her on occasion. She was both nonverbal as well as nonphysical.  The seeds of compassion for people residing in care facilities were instilled in me at a very young age.  I instinctively coped with this loss through music.

Before I had my first child, I became a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) through MATC in Madison.  I was primarily stationed to the area of a facility that housed patients with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease and Mental Illness.  I found that I was able to connect well with the residents and was asked to assist in the Activities Department.

One of our weekly activities was to have mass made available to the residents on Fridays.  Many looked forward to this occasion and even had their hair and nails done for the event.  We had an issue with priests cancelling mass at the last minute.  In order to satisfy the residents, I was asked to deliver an impromptu spiritual message accompanied by group singing.  There was an old piano in the corner of the cafeteria where we met.  Thankfully, I was good at improvising as well as singing and playing the piano.

A friend from church later joined me and we took our uplifting message and music to various facilities throughout the greater Madison area.  We had between 5 and 10 bookings per month.

My pastor, at the time, took notice of my talents and asked if I would play piano and sing for their Sunday services.   The church had a house on their property set aside for people who needed minimal living assistance.  Next, I became the Administrator of their State-Licensed Class B Community-Based Residential Facility.

Fast forward a few decades.  Rob Kos of Gathering on the Green also noticed this “gift” of mine and hired me a few years ago to do music sessions with the special needs adults at Balance, Inc., Homestead High School Transitional Students and Portal, Inc.  Words cannot describe how enriching this experience has been!

Last night was the 30th Anniversary celebration Gala for Balance, Inc. at Shully’s in Thiensville.  It was an honor to collaborate on a music video that was a focal point of the evening fundraiser.  More than $140k was raised to help pay off mortgages for adults with special needs.  In this video, I am singing, playing piano and wrote the storyboard.  It is highly inspiring.  Check it out:

The pandemic and all of the issues that it has spawned has made me deeply concerned for families, children and mankind.  A major reason why we are in a mental health crisis is due to the nastiness of people.  People are stressed.  And people have been nasty.  Pure and simple.

I decided that I would like to spend the rest of 2022 trying to bring people together through drumming.  It’s an all-inclusive musical activity that has healing properties according countless studies.  Humanity needs to heal.  How do we heal?  Through each other.

The drum circles are primarily intended for:

Register for Drum Circle HERE 

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ozaukeetalent

One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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For Immediate Release: Ozaukee Talent Pop-Up Drum Circles

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 28, 2022

Angie Mack

Ozaukee Talent

262.309.4112

angie@ozaukeetalent.com

Ozaukee Talent Sponsored Community Pop-Up Drum Circles

Regaining a Sense of Community throughout Various Locations This Summer

[Grafton, WI]: Ozaukee Talent today announced Ozaukee Talent Sponsored Community Pop-Up Drum Circles, a new program. Pop-Up Drum Circles invite people of all ages to play music in a group setting.  No experience or instrument is required.   Pop-Up Drum Circles will be held in various locations throughout Wisconsin including parks, schools, businesses and events.  This community activity offers a new way for people to come together through music after being disjointed due to Covid-19.

“Covid-19 did a number on community relations.  It is my desire to bring healing through the tools of collaboration combined with music,” says Angie Mack, founder at Ozaukee Talent. “I have been working as an arts leader in Ozaukee County for close to 25 years and see this as a much needed solution to the stress that we have acquired over the past two years.  This is a family-friendly activity that encourages people of all ages and backgrounds to participate.”

Features and benefits of Ozaukee Talent Sponsored Community Pop-Up Drum Circles include:

  • A regained sense of community after living with restrictions due to Covid-19
  • Health benefits of drumming such as cardio exercise, stress release and improved immunity
  • Promotional opportunity for events and organizations wanting to boost attendance

Ozaukee Talent Sponsored Community Pop-Up Drum Circles will kick off starting Friday May 13 at 2pm at the baaree in Thiensville for the opening of their live venue season.  For other pop-up drum circle dates and times, visit ozaukeetalent.com to register.  Interested schools, businesses, event planners  and organizations can contact angie@ozaukeetalent.com 

About Ozaukee Talent: Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack of Grafton in 2016.  One of the main goals was to connect creative people with businesses and organizations for mutual benefit.  Ozaukee Talent provides a large umbrella of music and performing arts services such as on-site programming, event marketing, arts project management and consultation as well as individual music and acting lessons.  The arts play a vital role in the well-being of any culture and Ozaukee Talent is positioned to help facilitate that.

Visit ozaukeetalent.com for more information.  Angie Mack’s personal portfolio of work can be found at angiemackcreative.com.

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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Ozaukee Talent Showcase to be in Random Lake August 7

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Angie Mack 

angie@ozaukeetalent.com

https://ozaukeetalent.com 

Photos:  https://www.instagram.com/ozaukeetalent/

For Immediate Release

Ozaukee Talent Showcase to be Held in Random Lake, WI

Saturday August 7th 11am to 2pm at Christ Pond Retreat Center

[Grafton] [WI] [July 24, 2021] Ozaukee Talent welcomes you to an informal open house showcase of local talent on Saturday August 7 between 11 am and 2 pm.  Admission is free and open to the public.   Approximately 15 students (mostly youth) have volunteered to share their musical and acting talents at Christ Pond Retreat Center in Random Lake, WI with mostly family and friends.  Christ Pond Retreat Center is an events facility located on 100 acres of preserved Wisconsin land.  The address is N1599 State Hwy. 57 in Random Lake, WI.  Visit christpond.org for more information.

“The reason why I don’t use the word ‘recital’ is because a lot of people have preconceived ideas on what a recital is and the images that come to mind can tend to be negative.   I don’t believe in forcing anyone to perform who doesn’t want to.  I have seen that this can do more harm than good especially in a young child.  Families and guests are also free to come and go as they please.  The performance environment is comfortable and casual —Angie Mack, Ozaukee Talent founder and Musical Producer

Outdoor special guest performer will be longtime radio host Ben Merens.  

Ben Merens headshot

Image courtesy of Ben Merens benmerens.com

Ben Merens is a storyteller and public speaker with a passion for listening. He is a veteran broadcaster and spent 21 years as a talk show host at Wisconsin Public Radio.

Today Ben provides stories for organizations and trains people in the art & science of effective, emotive storytelling.  He is the author of “People Are Dying To Be Heard” and “Uni-Tasking: 25 Tips For Better Listening.”  Ben is trained as a journalist and media professional. He has taught a variety of communications classes at colleges and universities in New York, Chicago and throughout Wisconsin.  For fun, Ben is an improvisational, acoustic guitar troubadour.  

Ozaukee Talent was founded by Mack in February of 2016 after a bout with very early stage breast cancer and a two year medical leave from her usual teaching and directing duties through the North Shore Academy of the Arts (NSAA).  She is known by many families in Ozaukee County as a musical theater director who has been involved with producing and directing over 100 shows during the past 20 years.  

Mack is also internationally known as a music educator, researcher and historian.  She has worked with many famous writers and playwrights, musicians, actors, producers and film directors from all over the world.  She introduced the music history concept for Grafton’s downtown Paramount Plaza and has served as the Chairperson for the International Walk of Fame Committee since 2006.   

More about Mack in the media can be found at https://angiemackreilly.com/media/

Mack has a strong reputation of developing top notch talent.  Students of hers have become lead roles at various regional theaters and organizations such as The Milwaukee Repertory Theater, First Stage, The Fireside, Schauer Arts and Activities Center, The Cedarburg Performing Arts Center, Kids from Wisconsin and the Cedarburg Cultural Center

Most recently, Ozaukee Talent sponsored singer/songwriter Demetra Prochaska at the Youth Battle of the Bands competition at this year’s Gathering on the Green in Mequon, WI. 

21 year old Prochaska won 3rd place and $1000 which should help her musical career get off to a good footing.  

Battle of the Bands Announcement from Gatheirng on the Green

Announcement courtesy of Gathering on the Green gatheringonthegreen.org

Ozaukee Talent collaborates with local businesses and organizations to bring about successful music and arts events, classes and programs.  Mack gives private music and acting lessons outside of her home which she jokingly nicknamed The Grafton House of Blues.  She is currently looking to add instructors for the fall semester.  Contact angie@ozaukeetalent.com if interested.  

 

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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Ozaukee Talent Celebrates Kids Music Day

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Ozaukee Talent Celebrates International Kids Music Day

Contact Ozaukee Talent founder Angie Mack Reilly for details angie@ozaukeetalent.com

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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The Best of Ozaukee Talent at Cornerstone Bank Featuring The Fog 9/22

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Local Band Provides Free Musical Entertainment Sunday 9/22 Between 2 and 5pm

Cornerstone Bank 2019 Logo

 

Where:  Cornerstone Bank in Grafton (across from Culvers) 2090 Wisconsin Avenue in Grafton

When:  Stop by anytime Sunday 9/22 between 2 and 5 pm.  Park in the bank parking lot.

Bring:  A chair to sit on and your own food/beverage

 

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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Viceymoo Debut at the Miramar poster

Debut: Viceymoo. “I Know”. He’s a Star.

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Musical Prodigy to Debut at the Miramar Theatre  July 14

by Angie Mack Reilly 6.11.19

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He’s twenty years old from Mequon, WI.  A former Homestead High School football player who has decided to make it in the entertainment industry. With what I have seen so far, I believe he will.

When Chris Greeley, otherwise known as Viceymoo, opened his mouth to sing in my personal music studio yesterday, I knew.

This guy is a star. That’s all I can say. This guy is a star. I was absolutely speechless.

He started out singing a song that he wrote and produced called “I Know”. And the live version was stunningly powerful. Flawless. Rich. Resonate. Demanded attention. Captivating. Professional. Passionate.  Deeply moving. I’ve never seen anything like it. He’s a lead performer. No doubt.

The baffling thing is that Viceymoo is practically deaf in one ear and hasn’t received any musical training.

He is purely unique. Self-taught. In all reality, an undiscovered prodigy.  It began with free-styling and doing impressions for his friends in high school. His peers would beg him to entertain them. And I can see why. He’s a natural. Check out his Instagram account. But he stuck to being a jock and wrote his own music on the side.

“I think music should be more emotional. There’s too much music out there that’s bland and has no feeling or intentions behind it.”  –Viceymoo

We met for coffee about a month ago to discuss his musical goals. He introduced me to the music that he has produced and written. I was impressed. But I had a lot of questions as to the validity of his talent. So I inquired about his process.

“I go about making a song like a therapist. I want my music to heal people and make them feel something. Music they can relate to and think about.”  — Viceymoo

Now, I’ve met plenty of people who want to make it in the entertainment industry. And I consider myself a tough critic.   I understand the level of excellence required to make it in the entertainment industry.  Very few do.  But this young man is onto something…..

“What’s your back up plan?” I asked.

“I don’t have one. Because that’s preparing for failure.”

Impressive answer. OK. So this guy is dedicated and focused. And he knows that his talent has potential.  The time that he has already put into producing his large collection of original music proves it. He considers his music to be melodic alternative rap.

I could see that he had established a decent following online. I could see that he had written and produced a large number of songs. I could see that his peers supported him. I could see that this guy was a creative genius.

But could he truly sing? I wanted to know.  So we set up a time.

The second song that he sang for me was another he wrote called “Bet Betty Bet” followed by “Feel Me”.

“I love to entertain people. To be a distraction from their day to day lives. The same way a person watches a movie to getaway and feel some sort of emotion from it. I want to do the same for music.”  -Viceymoo

Subscribe on YouTube.  This guy is going places.  Viceymoo.  Check out his latest animated video.  For booking contact angie@ozaukeetalent.com

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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The Best of Ozaukee Talent at Cornerstone Bank June 23

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(Grafton, WI) Ozaukee Talent is hosting a “Best of Ozaukee Talent at Cornerstone Bank” concert series this summer. The first concert of live music will be held on Sunday June 23 between 2 and 5 in the afternoon.

Local artists featured at this first concert will be David Partrick (acoustic folk singer/songwriter), Elizabeth Shih (pop vocalist), Franklin (indie band) and Lizzy Saler (R&B vocalist).

The music is free and will be held outdoors under the green pavilion across from Culvers in Grafton. Many tourists will be in the area with it being both Strawberry Festival and Giro d’ Grafton weekend.

Ozaukee Talent is proud to be a part of providing free cultural activities for the general public. The next concerts in the series will be held on August 18 and September 22 between 2 and 5.

Musicians wanting to be considered for future events and press can contact angie@ozaukeetalent.com The concert series will be held at 2090 Wisconsin Ave. in Grafton. Please allow extra time for parking.

Local Talent.  Global Connections.

Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking business for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. The Ozaukee Talent Headquarters and Music Lab are located in Grafton, WI.  Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. 

See Event on Ozaukee Talent Facebook Page

A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words!  Follow Ozaukee Talent on Instagram to see samples of work!

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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The St. Paddy’s Grog Fest (TSP/SC3/Wurk) @ Best Place at the Historical Pabst Brewery March 17 from 6 to 11 pm

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WHERE:  Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery
901 W Juneau Ave, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233 (parking ramp available)

WHEN:  #stpatricksday2019 Sunday March 17 from 6 to 11 pm

ORDER TICKETS ($15 pre-sale)

MEDIA INQUIRIES:  Contact angie@ozaukeetalent.com

person crossing the crosswalk with parking ramp in the background

Milwaukee downtown parking ramp for The Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery in Milwaukee. Photo by Angie Mack Reilly.

WHO?

HEADLINER:  The Science Project

The Science Project is an ever expanding organism of sound and space playing a variety of original music as well as favorites from the past.

Spare Change Trio

Wurk

Doors: 5pm | Showtime: 6pm-11pm | Tickets Available at the Door (20.00 $) or for Pre-sale (15 $) via Eventbrite

21+ | The Best Place has been gracious enough to provide us with an amazing historical venue for the evening, please be respectful of the history and LEAVE NO TRACE!

| The Science Project and MANY special guests! |
ft. Maya Elena (Also Providing Between Set Entertainment)
The Science Project is an ever expanding organism of sound and space playing a variety of original music as well as favorites from the past.

VIdeos:
YouTube: https://bit.ly/2UU8zxf
https://www.facebook.com/pg/thescienceprojectmusic/videos/
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/scienceprojkt
FB: https://www.facebook.com/thescienceprojectmusic/
Website: http://thescienceproject.me

Spare Change Trio (MKE / Reggae)

Wurk (Madison / Funk Fusion)
www.wurktheband.com
www.wurk.bandcamp.com/releases
https://www.facebook.com/Wurktheband/
https://www.instagram.com/wurktheband/
http://yt.vu/+wurktheband
Winner of the 2018 MAMAs Breakthrough Artist Competition: Madison Magazine Article
http://www.maximumink.com/index.php/articles/permalink/wurk

Video Content:
Live at Linneman’s Riverwest Inn, Milwaukee, WI (May 2018)
https://youtu.be/X_XqzUxN1Is?t=1001
Live at The Brain Studios, Madison, WI (February, 2018)
https://youtu.be/8RU3hik2QSo
Live set at Majestic Theater, Madison, WI (December, 2017)
https://youtu.be/6EFImARq48A

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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