Middleton Wisconsin Music
Wisconsin will be a lot more fun this summer, and the state is home to some of the best music in the country and the best live music festivals in the world. This year's Midton Wisconsin Music Festival (July 14-16, 2015) features exciting regional and national music acts paired with a variety of local, regional, national and international bands from across the Midwest.
More than 30 artists will be on stage over the four days, including local, regional, national and international bands from Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Indiana, Wisconsin and Wisconsin. More than a dozen bands will play at Midton Wisconsin Music Festival from July 14-16, 2015.
More than 50 bands will be performing on the main and secondary stages this year, including Disturbed, Godsmack and Inkubus. Other nominees include Iron Maiden, Metallica, Iron & Wine, U2, the Foo Fighters and the Grateful Dead.
Par Amirinazari is a lecturer, including Soh Hyun Altino and Felicia Moye, who is currently doing her PhD at the University of Madison.
Shannon has played with local and regional ensembles, including the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, WYSO, Madison Symphony and Lunart Music. She is a chamber music teacher at the WWSO and teaches violin and viola as well as coaches at a private studio she maintains in Madison, WI. Highlights of her time at UW-Madison include the winner of the concert competition at UW-Madison and appearances with the Wisconsin State Chorale and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Orchestra.
Sylvan Esso will tour this year and return to Milwaukee on June 9 with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra for the first time in more than a decade. Dylan toured extensively in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand and headlined his own tour, which sold out shows in the United States and the UK. He has worked with various rock bands in the classical field and toured with the Grateful Dead, the Rolling Stones and Beat the Beats, among others.
Check out the instruments and workshops at this family-friendly, alcohol-free festival and hear from six different groups, including the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Orchestra and more. Bring your own chair to hear live music from the most talented musicians from around the country and the world.
Motley is one of the few acts that fans around the world will see live - top-notch musicians and artists from all over the country, but also from Europe and the Middle East. The band is led by guitarist / bassist / vocalist Kris Kross and drummer / keyboardist Joe D'Agostino, who offer a brass-guitar mix of guitar, bass, drums, keyboards and vocals.
Producer Nick Sanborn, who founded the band with singer Amelia Meath in 2013, is a Middletonist by birth who attended Kromrey Middle School before graduating from Middleton High School in 2001. Nick was attending the University of Milwaukee, where he was studying music composition, when he was offered the opportunity to tour with Decibully. Since then he has been teaching at the University of Wisconsin-Madison as a lecturer at the School of Music and is currently a lecturer in jazz guitar at UW Madison. He has also performed and taught at various festivals in Europe, the Middle East and the United States.
Since moving to Madison in 2013, Paran has been a member of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the Madison Symphony Orchestra, and has performed at various festivals and events in the United States and Europe. He is a graduate of Middleton High School and the University of Wisconsin - Madison's School of Music and plays viola, violin, piano, cello, guitar, bass, drums and percussion. She is currently performing in Madison with her husband and co-founder of Decibully, Nick Sanborn.
He performed as a leader and sideman in the Midwest and maintained a long-term relationship with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and the Madison Symphony Orchestra. He was born in Middleton and grew up there, where he has performed for the last 10 years at the University of Wisconsin - Madison's School of Music.
For a man known for rough live shows and contemplative songs, his music is full of gospel. Dylan continued to influence the country with his debut EP in 2016 - the highest number of days after the release. His self-titled album debut landed at number one on the Billboard Hot Country Albums chart and helped him to number one on the Billboard Top Country Songs chart. Schneider and his fans have taken over the entertainment of country music, with 57 million streams on Spotify and more than 1.5 million on Pandora, but fans haven't forgotten the message.
Big Bull Falls is the longest bluesfest in Wisconsin, and it might not be groovy, but the music is part of Wisconsin. The electronic music genre was an instrument Nick learned back in Wisconsin, so he is a big fan of all kinds of music. He has been on the road for 20 years as a musician, singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer and is characterized by passion, perseverance and sweat.