Category Archives: Shows

12-28-19-the 2nd Annual Outlaw Nigh- High Noon Saloon- Madison, WI

High Noon Saloon Presents:
2nd Annual Outlaw Night
A Tribute to Willie, Waylon, Johnny, and the Hanks
w/ Gregg Hall and the Wrecking Ball w/ special guest guitarist three time Grammy Winner Bill Miller and White Iron Band!!

Saturday, December 28, 2019
High Noon Saloon – Madison, WI
Doors at 7:30 PM / Show at 8:30 PM | 18+

Break out your cowboy hats, big belt buckles, and shit-kickers! On December 28th, Wisconsin’s own Greg Hall and the Wrecking Ball pay homage to the pioneers of Outlaw Country. Prepare to hear your favorite hits by Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Hank Sr, Jr, and III. See y’all at the Saloon!

GHWB originates from the historic rivertown/musical mecca LaCrosse, WI. Gregg Hall, founder of Deece Productions, has been a staple in the Midwest music scene for over a decade with his bands Mitgee Evers, Smokin’ Bandits, Nicholas David and the Feelin’ Band, and outlaw country Minnesota legends the White Iron Band. Gregg Hall and the Wrecking Ball is his first solo project getting back to his country life style roots and back woods upbringing. This band features some of the best musicians southwestern WI has to offer featuring: Gregg Hall (guitar, vocals), Laun Braithwiate (guitar, vocals), Corey Minor (drums), Dedrick Benz (bass), Dan Kimpel (pedal steel), and Lisa Freedlund(keyboards). GHWB is just good Ol’ American country music. Buy our albums “This, That, and the Land” and “The Mrs. Hippy Sessions” at
http://www.deeceproductions.com
http://www.gregghallmusic.com,

12-27-19 DP presents-A tribute to Sun Records

DP presents- A tribute to the legendary Sun Records!!!!
This show will feature-
Bill Miller as Roy Orbison
Andy Hughes as Johnny Cash
Irene Keenan Jr. as Elvis Presley
Laun Braithwaite as Carl Perkins
Ryan C. Howe as Jerry Lee Lewis
Scott Benson as WS “Fluke” Holland
Karl Wallin as Bill Black
Special guest-
Gregg “Cheech” Hall

Tickets are available at https://www.webercenterarts.org and at the Weber Center Box office,.

11-22-19- Mark Joseph Album Release w/ special guest Gregg Hall and the Wrecking Ball

Mark Joseph “the Musician and the Muse” Album release w/ special guest Gregg Hall and the Wrecking Ball.

$8 in advance and $10 at the door.
Tickets available at https://deeceproductions.com/events/

Minneapolis, Minnesota’s Mark Joseph & The American Soul are modern day proof of what genuine creative talent, exceedingly hard-work, and decades of dedication to one’s craft can bring to the world. Beautiful music & live creative energy.

Mark Joseph was Inspired and forever changed by witnessing the virtuosity of “The King of Blues” (BB King). Shortly after he was gifted his first guitar in 1991, at the ripe age of 10. The subsequent decades, two thousand plus live shows, five full length albums and multiple EP’s, have permanently written Mark Joseph into the sonic history he was inspired by so many years ago. Yet the blues was the common thread throughout for this Minnesota born singer, songwriter, and guitarist.
2020 finds Mark Joseph showing no signs of slowing down with the recent release of his new full length album, “The Musician and the Muse”. The blues is front and center as Joseph explores both his expansive songwriting skills, and his explosive ability to make the guitar sing, cry, or even challenge fans to question what is possible with a pic and some strings. In collaboration with the prolific and accomplished LA based producer Steve McCormick, this record is a true snapshot in time, building upon the blues of the past, yet carving out a place for Joseph that is uniquely his own.

The Musician & The Muse features guest appearances from:
– Richie Hayward (Little Feat) Drums on “Walk To The Water”
– Stanley Behrens (WAR/Canned Heat / Willie Dixon) on Harmonica
– John Avila (Oingo Bingo/Lukas Nelson/Neil Young) on Bass
– Toby Lee Marshall (Koch-Marshall Trio) on Hammond Organ

“The Blues is my home. A place filled with emotions, the past… an uncertain future. Dark, light, it’s all there.” – Mark Joseph

https://www.markjoseph-music.com/

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