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January 15, 2019
High Noon Saloon presents
Mannish Boys and RailHopper
Wrenclaw
January 15, 2019
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 PM
High Noon Saloon
$7 ADV // $7 DOS
Ages 18 and Up

Madtown Mannish Boys

 

Madtown Mannish Boys

The Madtown Mannish Boys are a Madison-based Blues band who are steeped in Chicago-style Blues, including artists like Muddy Waters, Junior Wells, Otis Spann, Paul Butterfield, and Little Walter. They play harmonica-driven tunes with gritty fervor and dynamic energy, and they perform with raw exuberance and driving rhythms that make you want to boogie!

Andy Smith has a powerful and soulful voice, reminiscent of some of the greats from Blues and R&B. Paul Schwoerer wields his harmonica with a chip on his shoulder and plays with nimble intensity, while Jesse “Honey Boy” Steinberg injects flurries of guitar riffs into the lively grooves laid down by Tim Payne (bass) and Nate Morenek (drums). Adam Pryor (keys) is one of the most sought-after Blues keyboardists in the Midwest, featuring endorsements from Hammond, Korg, Rev33, and Stay Stands. The Boys are frequently joined by Jason Schultz (trombone) and Dan Resnick (saxophone).

 

Railhopper

 

Railhopper

 

RailHopper is a brand-new Honky Tonk/ Southern Rock Power Trio from Madison. Having only been together a year they are already making waves throughout the state playing venues from Milwaukee to Eagle River and all the way out to the Mississippi River evening opening up for country legends like David Allan Coe. They’re mix of Waylon’s driving beat and Hendrix’s flair for the exciting is what sets these guys apart and makes them a live experience you can’t miss!

 

Wrenclaw

 

Wrenclaw

 

Wrenclaw is a Wisconsin original. Blending country harmonies and slithery slide guitars, they create a down-home, backwoods soul shakedown. Wrenclaw captures the longing and redemption of one-horse towns and whistle-stop childhood memories. 
Dan Walkner’s voice shimmers and growls; his timeless guitar slides and slurs with bottleneck flourishes. 
Wrenclaw digs deep in gospel, delta, and back-country roots to create captivating moods. 
The song-writing is emotive yet never sentimental; honest and universal, but never cliche.