Overture Center’s MadCity Sessions Kicks Off New Season

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Overture Center’s MadCity Sessions Kicks Off New Season


The Overture Center kicked off its popular MadCity Sessions (formerly known as Overture after Work) with blues sensation Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo this week. Six local performers will be featured from now until May with the events being spaced six weeks apart. The MadCity Sessions take place on Thursdays beginning at 6 PM and the events are FREE to the public. Here is a good opportunity to take in some fine local talent you may not be aware of or have been wanting to check out.

The MadCity Sessions offers another community service. Each performance event is coupled with at least one nonprofit organization. These organizations provide information and often get the chance to speak to the crowd during intermission.

105.5 Triple M radio is partnered with the Overture Center. Here’s a blurb from their site:

In partnership with 105.5 Triple M, Overture Center amplifies local artists through our stunning concert lobby and over the airwaves, giving the artists a wider audience and helping music lovers discover local gems of talent. MadCity Sessions is generously sponsored by WISC-TV, with additional funding provided by the Arts Access Fund, a component fund of the Madison Community Foundation, and by contributors to Overture Center for the Arts.


And here is the full remaining schedule:

THU, NOV 21, 2013 | The Mark Croft Band

THU, JAN 9, 2014 | Natty Nation

THU, FEB 20, 2014 | Johnny Chimes & the Mardi Gras Band

THU, APR 17, 2014 | The Whiskey Farm

***April 17th’s nonprofit will be the Madison Area Music Awards***

THU, MAY 29, 2014 | Anna Vogelzang

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Rick Tvedt

Rick is publisher of Local Sounds Magazine, formerly Rick's Cafe, Wisconsin's Regional Music Newspaper. He is also the Executive Director for MAMA, Inc., a non-profit organization that produces the Madison Area Music Awards and raises funds to promote youth music programs.

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