JUNE 25 Sister Winchester • King Margo • Carsie Blanton
The Avenue Celebrates Women with this blockbuster, all-female line-up!
Twice this summer, 91.1 The Avenue will take over the vineyard and host some pretty great bands! 100% of the entry ticket stays with 91.1 and helps support the non-profit, local radio station. In true LSV form, bring a lawn chair and be ready to enjoy an amazing event.
June 25th – female focus! In addition to the tunes, local female business owners will be on site to share their story of business and some will have products for sale. Make the world go round and support all the movers and groovers in the industry! (Interested in setting up to sell your goods? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration).
TICKET LINK: avenueradio.com
3pm – 6pm (doors at 2pm)
Sister Winchester is a Wisconsin-based duo consisting of small-town sisters, Jenna Lee and Shaun Marie, who have been laughing, singing, and creating together since childhood.
Charming audiences with with vocal harmonies (and banter) that only siblings can share, their sound has influences of rock, blues and folk. Additional members include Dave Howell (drums/percussion/harmonies), Aaron Zepplin (lead guitar) and Fred Velpel (bass).
Learn more https://sisterwinchester.com/
King Margo is the Nashville-based, magnetic female alt-country/Americana duo of Lucciana Costa and Rachel Coats. Breakthrough artists at the 2021 Mile of Music Festival, King Margo’s style is pure fun, capturing the sarcasm and liveliness honed by playing in rowdy bars deep into the night. This group is poised to break onto the national scene in 2023.
Learn more https://www.kingmargo.com/
Another Mile of Music veteran, Carsie Blanton writes anthems for a world worth saving. Inspired by artists including Nina Simone and John Prine, Carsie delivers every song with an equal dose of moxie and mischief, bringing her audience together in joyful celebration of everything worth fighting for.
“She’s pure old-school cabaret showman, delivering spritely, soulful grooves with retro instrumentation and arrangements that would be at home in jazz clubs and revival tents alike.” AVClub
Learn more https://www.carsieblanton.com/