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      November 15, 2019

      Friday   6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

      West Beloit Road
      New Berlin, Wisconsin 53146

      Wisconsin Annual Blues Harmonica Festival 2019

      David "Harmonica" Miller Presents:
      Wisconsin Annual Blues Harmonica Festival 2019!

      11/15/19 (3rd Friday in November) Wisconsin Annual Blues Harmonica Festival #WABHF 2019: 6 pm -10 pm, VFW Post 5716, 17980 West Beloit Road, New Berlin, WI, (414) 375-9895.
      $10 online* or $15* when the Doors open at 5:30 pm!

      >Tickets may be purchased here or at until 5:00 pm on November 15th, 2019.
      >Please visit the #WABHF ticket site at and for general updates.
      >With your purchase of 2 or more tickets from Eventbrite, you can buy the highly acclaimed "Blowing the Blues Away" CD for only *$9.97 online at - see "WABHF Eventbrite Promotion". Limit of one $9.97 CD deal is allowed per entire ticket purchase online. The ticket purchaser name must match the customer of the CD purchase. *Including $2.75 USPS media mail and applicable PayPal fees. The customer may also pick up the CD for $7 at will-call with proof of ticket purchase when the doors open at 5:30pm on the day of the festival or at any David Miller Live Music event -
      >Buy the custom embroidered Wisconsin Annual Blues Harmonica Festival (WABHF) t-shirt for $20 and receive 6 FREE raffle tickets valued at $5! The WABHF t-shirt comes in 3 attractive colors: Navy Blue (Adult S-XL), Royal Blue (Adult S-3XL), and Black (Adult S-3XL). For more information on these quality made shirts, please go to

      Let us know you are going by joining this event at

      °All-star Musician Lineup*:
      Harmonica Players:
      >Benny Rickun
      >"Big" Al Dorn
      >Steve Cohen
      >"Barefoot" Jimmy Schwarz
      >"Sly" (Sylvester Carr)
      >"Bluezilla" (Jeff Scott)
      >David "Harmonica" Miller

      Back-up Bands:
      >Bill Stone with Kurt Koenig and Matt Liban
      >Robert Allen Jr. with Kurt Koenig and Matt Liban
      >Reverend Raven with Kurt Koenig and Matt Liban
      >Reverend Raven & The Chain Smokin' Altar Boys: Reverend Raven with Craig Panosh and P.T. Pedersen

      *Line-up subject to change

      >Cash Bar
      >Surprise raffles
      >Free ample parking
      >Food available for purchase

      *Sound provided by Brandon Medved of Bubs Irish Pub!

      >Cascio Music
      >Jazz Unlimited of Greater Milwaukee
      >Lee Oskar Harmonicas

      >How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
      You may call or text David Miller at (414) 375-9895 or by email at

      >*What's the refund policy?
      No refunds!

      >Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
      Yes. If you do not have access to a printer, then you must supply a picture ID along with the ticket order number.

      >Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
      No. This is an all-ages annual event.

      >What type of food does the VFW Post 5716 supply?
      Please contact Michele Ullman for more information at (262) 679-0800 or visit the website at

      Information on the Promoter:
      David John Miller:
      "David J. Miller is a multiple genre Harmonicist, Vocalist, Guitarist, Teacher, Promoter, President of Jazz Unlimited of Greater Milwaukee, and Owner of David Miller Live Music. David Miller was introduced to the harmonica back in 1972 by his late father at the age of eleven years old. Dave’s dad was his mentor, but his other influences also included: Charlie Musselwhite, James Cotton, Billy Branch, Little Walter, Big Walter Horton, Sonny Boy Williamson II, Junior Wells, to name just a few. David Miller has appeared throughout the Midwest. Some of the venues included the Wisconsin State Fair, Summerfest, Sherman Fest, as well as various Chicago clubs. Miller has played with Billy Branch, the legendary Aaron Moore, Willie Kent, Billy Flynn, Aron Burton, and Johnny Rawls.

      Born in 1961, David J. Miller was raised with honest work ethics. David’s first job was at 13 years old, helping with odd jobs around his Uncle’s Hardware Store. This first gig started a solid foundation for a successful life of work in many fields. Miller worked many jobs in his life, always giving 110 per cent. David Miller started playing clubs in 1980, and called his group the Dave Miller Band. After going through a life changing time September 11, 2001, David found how precious life was then and even more today. After loosing his job on 9/11 and getting a divorce sometime later, an epiphany of becoming a full-time musician became reality in 2008. Today Miller lives life to the fullest, enjoying music and hobbies. Supporting himself is an obvious necessity, but health and happiness is the first priority. Yes, David is a full-time musician and promoter, but also fulfills his appetite for inner peace.

      The Dave Miller Band provides a high energy eclectic repertoire from Blues-Rock to Jazz & Blues. The members of the band are as follows: David J. Miller (harmonicist, vocalist, and guitarist), Bill Martin (lead guitarist), Hal Miller (bassist), and Andrew Wilson (drummer). The Dave Miller Band is all professional and highly experienced musicians; eager to satisfy the fans and venue owners. For venues that require a smaller group, David Miller can provide the mellow tunes of a Trio, Duo or Solo Blues Show. Please see the online resume and my Band/Duo and Solo music on this page. David Miller Live Music is the umbrella for all music projects related to David Miller; Dave Miller Band, Dave Miller Chicago Blues Trio, Dave Miller Duo, and the Dave Miller Blues Solo. Dave’s official business; David Miller Live Music, can certainly fulfill any venue with virtually any genre. Dave Miller was also mentored by the late legendary Tom Radai in booking other events. These functions would include the Wisconsin Annual Blues Harmonica Festival and Tribute Blues Concerts featuring international blues musicians."

      Cost: $10 online or $15 at the Door

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      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.