Leroy Airmaster to open Triangle shows June 12

Live at the Triangle will kick off its 2019 season on Wednesday, June 12, when Leroy Airmaster with Little Maddie takes the stage in downtown Saukville at Veterans Park.

The  traditional blues band, with strong  jazz and rock influences, will perform from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

A fixture on the Milwaukee blues scene for decades, Leroy Airmaster has released four recordings and received numerous WAMI awards for best blues group. The group features Steve Cohen on harmonica, Bill Stone on guitar, drummer Marc Wilson and bassist Dave Kasik.

Appearing with the band will be Little Maddie Beeghley, a teenager who has performed in Milwaukee musical theater for several years.

The opening show will be followed by five more, every other Wednesday through Aug. 21. The full line-up includes:

• June 26 — Saddlebrook, modern country.

• July 10  — Road Trip, classic and current rock.

• July 24 — The Britins, Beatles tribute.

• Aug. 7 — Solid Cedar, classic rock.

• Aug. 21 — Otto Day and the Nites, classic rock and hits.

Concertgoers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs to listen to the music on the park grass. 

Food and beverages will be sold at the park from local businesses and service clubs. 

If weather conditions cause the cancellation of a concert, organizers will try to reschedule it for the following Wednesday.

Each of the Live at the Triangle nights will also include a Cruise Night with custom and stock autos and motorcycles on display. 

Anyone interested in participating in Cruise Night should contact Phil Vincevineus at Pleasant Valley Auto Body at 675-9098. 

Live at the Triangle is sponsored by the Village of Saukville, Ozaukee Press, Port Washington State Bank, Saukville Chamber of Commerce, Village Sno-Seekers and Port Washington-Saukville Rotary Club.



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