Date City Venue Country
05/29/15 Milwaukee, WI Linneman’s United States
Time: 9:00pm. Admission: $5.00. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1001 E. Locust St. ALBUM RELEASE PARTY!!! The Violet Hour w/ Faux Fiction and The Young Revelators. Get a free digital download of our new album at the door.
06/06/15 Milwaukee, WI Summerfest Grounds United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: $13.00. Age restrictions: All Ages. 3:00-4:30p on the PrideFest Wom!nz Spot Lounge stage, along with Tigernite, Lisa Ridgely and the Fainting Room, and Roxie Beane. More info at pridefest.com. Buy Tickets
06/12/15 Milwaukee, WI District 14 United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: Free. Address: 2273 S Howell Ave. Venue phone: (414) 744-0399. We are playing Bay View’s newest brewpub District 14! Come out, drink beer, listen to music!
06/26/15 Milwaukee, WI Milwaukee Boat Line United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $20.00. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: (414) 294-9450. Address: 101 W Michigan St. Venue phone: (414) 294-9450. MKE Boat Line’s Summer Concert Series supported by: 88Nine Radio Milwaukee. Friday & Saturday nights aboard the VISTA KING. Two hours. Drink specials. Buy Tickets

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With a digest of influences that includes power pop, punk, classic rock and, yes, blues, Not Haunted is an all-encompassing half-hour of rock that refuses to fit squarely within one genre.

Karens vocals are certainly a focal point, but not at the expense of the other instruments. Guitarist Joel Martin’s pinwheeling licks light up opener “Elephant Skin” and steal the show on the Rolling Stones-y “Dusk.” Meanwhile, the pulsing rhythm section of Ignacio Catral and Keith Bauer brings an electrifying grooviness to “Deep Roots Blues” and closer “Skeletons.”

Not Haunted packs a full-length wallop that a bar-band covering “Crossroads” could never hope to achieve.

Joe Guszkowski | Milwaukee Magazine.com