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6362 S. 13th Street, Oak Creek, WI, US, 53154

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The Milwaukee Brewers are a Major League Baseball team and a member of the National League Central Division. The team was originally established in 1969 as the Seattle Pilots. After only one season, the team went bankrupt, was sold, and moved to Milwaukee. Up until 1997, the Brewers were members of the American League but switched to the National League before the 1998 season. Some of the best players in Brewers' history include Robin Yount and Paul Molitor, both of whom are Hall of Famers.

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»The Body, The Self

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»Todd Rundgren

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Active since the 1960s as a singer/songwriter, session musician and producer, Todd Rundgren got his start with the short-lived psychedelic garage rock band Nazz. After Nazz dissolved, Rundgren began dabbling around in various projects, including trying his hand at production work that would eventually lead him to engineer and produce albums by the likes of The Band, Hall & Oates, Bad Religion, XTC and Cheap Trick. As a solo artist, Rundgren released his pop/rock debut album, 1972's Something/Anything?, but quickly began experimenting in progressive rock, releasing three subsequent albums with complex arrangements, subtle synthesizers and other studio techniques. His return to the pop/rock genre came with 1976's Faithful, which featured his hit ballad and one of his most recognizable tracks "Can We Still Be Friends." Although his catalog of albums has solidified Rundren as a pop legend, his work as a supplemental musician and an intuitive producer has kept him relevant in an unforgiving music industry for over four decades running.

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»Event Notification Sign-up

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The Eventbrite/USO page is for all Active Duty Military, their families and Veterans.  It is provided to promote morale boosting programs within the state of Wisconsin.   After you register you will receive an email from us each time an event is posted by the USO of Wisconsin.

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»MLB (Baseball): Milwaukee Brewers vs Cincinnati Reds

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The Milwaukee Brewers are a Major League Baseball team and a member of the National League Central Division. The team was originally established in 1969 as the Seattle Pilots. After only one season, the team went bankrupt, was sold, and moved to Milwaukee. Up until 1997, the Brewers were members of the American League but switched to the National League before the 1998 season. Some of the best players in Brewers' history include Robin Yount and Paul Molitor, both of whom are Hall of Famers.

1 Brewers Way
Milwaukee, WI 53214

»The Maine

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Tempe, Arizona pop band The Maine formed in 2007 while the members were still in high school. Quickly launching a major label career after two short EPs, The Maine released its July 2010 album Black & White on Warner Bros. The Maine's lyrics speak to their hometown of Tempe and various personal experiences growing up there. More autobiographical than most pop rock bands, The Maine frequently sings about relationships, most of them fraught with tension and disappointment. Alternative Press Magazine's 2010 reader's poll named The Maine its favorite band of 2010.

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»Joe Bonamassa

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Joe Bonamassa is a blues guitarist, singer and composer from Utica, New York. Bonamassa opened for B.B. King at the age of 12 and has continued to perfect his blues-rock sound since then. He's known for his rough voice and his precise, yet twangy guitar playing. In 2000, he released his debut album, A New Day Yesterday.

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»MLB (Baseball): Milwaukee Brewers vs Cincinnati Reds

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The Milwaukee Brewers are a Major League Baseball team and a member of the National League Central Division. The team was originally established in 1969 as the Seattle Pilots. After only one season, the team went bankrupt, was sold, and moved to Milwaukee. Up until 1997, the Brewers were members of the American League but switched to the National League before the 1998 season. Some of the best players in Brewers' history include Robin Yount and Paul Molitor, both of whom are Hall of Famers.

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