Great news! Make Music Madison will take place outside Bierock in the Northside TownCenter on Friday June 21 with four artists performing throughout the day.
An annual tradition in the city, Make Music Madison takes place outdoors on the summer solstice. It’s part of international Make Music Day, which takes place in over 1,000 cities in 120 countries.
In Madison alone, over 1,000 musicians will take part in more than 380 shows at more than 100 venues.
The performance schedule outside Bierock is as follows…
- 3:00 to 4:15 p.m. Terry Murphy—Blues, Indie-Folk
- 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. Matthew Rucker—Folk, Indie-Rock
- 6:00 to 7:15 p.m. Elm Duo—Americana, Bluegrass
- 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. Mike Winckler—Blues, Folk
Terry Murphy has recorded six full-length albums of original material keeping shows fresh, spontaneous and energetic.
Matthew Rucker is a multi-instrumentalist who has picked up pieces of the American South, the Midwest, and Germany while continuing to explore the world, one humble working-class journey at a time.
Elm Duo is a father-daughter duo, pumping out high-voltage Americana, driven by fiddle, guitar, and voice. Eleanor is the former Wisconsin State Fiddling Champion and a music student at Middlebury College. Mike is a composer and song-writer, and plays mandolin, guitar, and banjo with the award-winning Madison class-grass ensemble Gramin.
Mike Winckler is a singer-songwriter that has been playing guitar and singing in his unique style for over 50 years. You haven’t lived until you’ve experienced one of Mike’s performances. Well, maybe you’ve lived a very full life without hearing Mike, but still, you need to check his music out.