The Ike Willis Project with very special guest Mick Free

Sun Apr 15 2018

8:00 PM

Shank Hall

1434 N. Farwell Ave Milwaukee, WI 53202

Ages 21+

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Ike Willis was one of Frank Zappa's most dedicated sidemen and continues the tradition with reverent authenticity today. In addition to his own progressive projects and solo material, Ike continues to carry the Zappa torch by contributing to Zappa tributes and appearing at the annual Zappanale Festival in Germany multiple times. Don't miss a chance to see Ike and his band live as they play it all! 

Ike is most recognized for his involvement in Zappa records such as playing Joe in Joe's Garage, providing vocals on Tinsel Town Rebellion, You Are What You Is, and The Man from Utopia, and as the title character and narrator in Zappa's off-Broadway-styled conceptual musical Thing-Fish. 

Grammy Award Winning Guitarist, 5 Time Native American Music Award Winner, multi-platinum selling artist, Micki Free American Horse. 

His "Tattoo Burn Redux" release is currently burning up the Roots/Blues charts, and has been since its release in May. 

Besides being a Prince Protégé', Grammy Award winning multi-platinum guitarist for Shalamar, and part of the dynamic duo Beauvoir/Free in Crowns of Thorns, Micki has release 3 incredible blues records which is where his true passion has always been, including a 3 song EP with Bill Wyman including a DVD with Micki and Bill at Hard Rock Calling. 

Free was a member of the R&B super group Shalamar who spawned countless top ten hits, including the "Dancing In The Sheets" from Footloose, and "Don't Get Stopped In Beverly Hills", for Beverly Hills Cop II. 

Micki Free co-star of the Dave Chapelle show Charlie Murphy's true Hollywood story skit!... Fondly referred to as "Micki Free is not a girl"

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Shank Hall

The Ike Willis Project with very special guest Mick Free

Sun Apr 15 2018 8:00 PM

Shank Hall Milwaukee WI
The Ike Willis Project with very special guest Mick Free
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Ages 21+

Ike Willis was one of Frank Zappa's most dedicated sidemen and continues the tradition with reverent authenticity today. In addition to his own progressive projects and solo material, Ike continues to carry the Zappa torch by contributing to Zappa tributes and appearing at the annual Zappanale Festival in Germany multiple times. Don't miss a chance to see Ike and his band live as they play it all! 

Ike is most recognized for his involvement in Zappa records such as playing Joe in Joe's Garage, providing vocals on Tinsel Town Rebellion, You Are What You Is, and The Man from Utopia, and as the title character and narrator in Zappa's off-Broadway-styled conceptual musical Thing-Fish. 

Grammy Award Winning Guitarist, 5 Time Native American Music Award Winner, multi-platinum selling artist, Micki Free American Horse. 

His "Tattoo Burn Redux" release is currently burning up the Roots/Blues charts, and has been since its release in May. 

Besides being a Prince Protégé', Grammy Award winning multi-platinum guitarist for Shalamar, and part of the dynamic duo Beauvoir/Free in Crowns of Thorns, Micki has release 3 incredible blues records which is where his true passion has always been, including a 3 song EP with Bill Wyman including a DVD with Micki and Bill at Hard Rock Calling. 

Free was a member of the R&B super group Shalamar who spawned countless top ten hits, including the "Dancing In The Sheets" from Footloose, and "Don't Get Stopped In Beverly Hills", for Beverly Hills Cop II. 

Micki Free co-star of the Dave Chapelle show Charlie Murphy's true Hollywood story skit!... Fondly referred to as "Micki Free is not a girl"

The Ike Willis Project with very special guest Mick Free

The Ike Willis Project with very special guest Mick Free

Progressive Rock