Frogleg New Years Eve$22/25
Fulton Brewing & Nobool Presents
Frogleg New Years Eve
at The Hook and Ladder Theater
Doors 8pm :: Music 8:30pm :: 21+
$22 Advance / $25 Day of Show
Includes: Champagne toast at midnight plus snacks/light eats after the cheers!
Since departing from their home gig, the band has headlined shows at most of the major venues in Minneapolis from the Cabooze to the Skyway Theatre downtown as well as an appearance on the First Avenue mainroom stage. Outside of Minneapolis, Frogleg has expanded their touring circuit considerably, now including many of the friendly mountain states as well as the greater Midwest. Frogleg has shared the stage with Steven Tyler, Jeff Austin Band, New Orleans Suspects, Devon Allman, Orgone, Raw Oyster Cult, Samantha Fish, Allie Kral, Robert Randolph and has played multiple dates with Melvin Seals and the Jerry Garcia Band.Known for their songwriting and improvisational live performances, Frogleg would be best described as a soul band, as their influences are not drawn from one specific genre. A typical Frogleg show usually features a unique blend of Funk, Reggae, Rock and Jazz exploration.
Frogleg’s debut, self-titled album, released in April of 2015, first pressing sold out in under six months. The band followed up in 2017 with the release of ‘Busy Checking In’. The release show was met with much excitement pairing Frogleg with George Porter Jr. and Jon Cleary on the beautiful Como Dockside Pavilion. The album is seeing lots of attention from national radio, charting on stations from California to New York! The band followed up their release by pressing the album to a double vinyl and adding on some bonus live tracks from an in studio radio performance. The vinyl release show quickly sold out – something that Frogleg seems to be making a habit of. Do yourself a favor and go see a Frogleg show!
Originally hailing out of Madison, Wisconsin, The People Brothers Band (PBB) are a staple of the Midwest’s vibrant music scene. Featuring some of the best vocalists and musicians in the region, the PBB have blossomed into a unique brand of Rhythm and Soul dedicated to uplifting the hearts and minds of its friends and fans. The PBB’s core mission is to bring people together by spreading love through music. Coupled with their energetic live shows and infectious stage presence, they are guaranteed to bring the party.
The PBB have been honored to win several awards from the Madison Area Music Association (Pop/R&B Artist of the Year 2017, Best Pop/R&B Album 2015, Best Blues Album 2013, Best Blues Song 2013) and Wisconsin Area Music Industry (R&B/Soul Artist of the Year 2014). The PBB believes in supporting the community that allows them to thrive. The band is proud to host the annual Charity Jamboree that has helped raise near $100,000 for National Multiple Sclerosis Society, UW Carbone Cancer Center, and American Diabetes Association.
The PBB have also opened Driftless Music Gardens in the beautiful rolling hills of Yuba, Wisconsin, where they host the annual Bonfire Music & Arts Festival and People Fest.