Charity Jamboree 2018

People Brothers Band Presents:

Charity Jamboree 2018

The Grasshoppers, The Civil Engineers, People Brothers Band, The Lower 5th, Moonhouse, Pine Travelers, Lost Highway Allstars

Saturday, March 3rd 2018

Doors: 1:00 pm / Show: 2:00 pm

$15 ADV / $20 DOS / $75 VIP

Tickets off sale online.

This event is 21 and over

Charity Jamboree 2018
Charity Jamboree 2018
The Charity Jamboree is back again! Come on out and and support three great charities while listening to some of Madison's best bands. We donate all of the proceeds of this event to the Wisconsin Chapter of the National MS Society, The American Diabetes Association, and The UW Carbone Cancer Center.

All of the artists performing are doing so out of the goodness of their hearts and do not take payment for their service. We simply could not do this event with out their work! Please take the time to check these bands out live and buy one of their albums or thank them in person for playing Charity Jamboree. All of our volunteers also work for free and we find as many donors as possible to keep production costs to a minimum. We do our very best to make sure the most money possible goes directly to the charities involved.
The Grasshoppers - (Set time: 12:30 AM)
The Grasshoppers
The Grasshopper were born in the spring of 2006. Playing with great meaning and understanding to their audience, they continue to leap bounds of musical limits and expectations for a greater goal.
In the beginning...
The "Grasshoppers" was an idea, a concept formed by great psychedelic warriors who carried the name "Grasshoppers" until it was passed on into musical form. The message was and will always be to "set the monkey free", The monkey in your heart, head, and, soul.
The Civil Engineers - (Set time: 10:30 PM)
The Civil Engineers
The Civil Engineers are a rock and soul band based in Madison, WI. Drawing from a broad spectrum of influences ranging from Tower of Power to Vulfpeck, TCE delivers lively original dance music that attracts live music fans of all genres. Molly Fish’s soaring vocals are underscored by one of Madison’s funkiest rhythm sections and hard-hitting horns to produce their signature groove. Their second EP, ‘#’, won the Madison Area Music Award for Best Pop/R&B Album of 2017. They are currently performing throughout the midwest.
People Brothers Band - (Set time: 8:30 PM)
People Brothers Band
The People Brothers Band have solidified over the past three years into an eight-piece Rhythm & Soul powerhouse. Their eclectic blend of original grooves, conscious lyrics, soulfully mastered vocal and instrumental work, along with diverse self-tailored covers, holds the crowd on the dance floor and keeps them begging for more. From funk to soul, rock to reggae, folk to R & B, they’re guaranteed keep the audience on their feet.
The Lower 5th - (Set time: 6:45 PM)
The Lower 5th
The Lower 5 th incorporates folk, rock, R&B, reggae, country and bluegrass to produce a unique blend of Midwestern Soul that swings, sways, rocks, and wails. The band was established in 2011 when Luke Jorgensen, Cory Swadley (The Northern Pines) and Paul Metz(The Mascot Theory) began to work together to write and perform songs that draw from and build upon their common diverse musical roots. With the addition of Jayme Cash (keys)(The Northern Pines, Moonhouse) Jeremy Henning (Trombone) and Audrey Pescatelli (bass), The Lower 5th is a band of powerhouse musicians that play high energy music from the heart and leave it all on stage with every performance. The band has performed in many venues in Madison and across central Wisconsin including featured sets at Wiskeyonsin Family Reunion, Ragged Roots, Bandit County Fair, Madison Charity Jamboree, and Sunshine Soul festivals, radio and television performances and weekly residencies at The Come Back In and The Up North Bar.
Moonhouse - (Set time: 5:00 PM)
Moonhouse
Moonhouse plays a diverse mix of original and cover tunes. Folkadelic Americana.
Pine Travelers - (Set time: 3:30 PM)
Pine Travelers
Pine Travelers create original music based in roots rock and expanding into tight funk grooves, while also gleaning the best elements of outlaw country, folk, and bluegrass to inform their songwriting.

After forming a songwriting partnership in 2013, founding members Nick Clutter and Alex White released the album, “Float on” in 2014, followed by a band name change and the subsequent release of Pine Travelers’ self-titled debut album in the spring of 2015. Their songwriting and touring schedule have showed no signs of slowing down, with over 120 performances in 2017 alone, and plans for a new album release in 2018.

Since their formation, the band has brought their live show to countless theaters, clubs, bars, and festivals throughout much of the U.S. The group's songs allow for a dance-able, energetic show of tightly composed songs, exploratory improvisation, and honest, meaningful lyrics reflecting their northern Midwest roots, and the unique music/arts scene of their home base of Madison, WI. In their songwriting, Pine Travelers strive to portray their simple, hard-working values: rural values meshed with urban sensibility; exciting & engaging sets of rustic roots music with a funky modern twist.

They've also performed big sets at quality festivals, like Midwest Music Festival (MN), People Fest, Steel Bridge Songfest, Moondance Bluegrass Fest, Ifdakamp Festival, and Blottopia, sharing the stage with acts like Particle, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Billy Strings, Pert Near Sandstone, Charlie Parr, Mr. Blotto, Cornmeal and many more!
Lost Highway Allstars - (Set time: 2:00 PM)
Venue Information:
High Noon Saloon
701A E. Washington Ave
Madison, WI, 53703
http://www.high-noon.com/

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