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Examples of "sigmund_snopek"
In 2015, Plasticland were inducted into the Wisconsin Area Music Industry Hall of Fame, along with artists Sigmund Snopek and The Robbs.
John Lee Hooker, Brandy, Kyuss, Dramarama, Lowen & Navarro, New Marines, Mary's Danish, Way Moves, Spooner (w/ Butch Vig, Duke Erikson), Sigmund Snopek III, Ecotour, Lucinda Williams, Ferron, and Bel Canto (on sub-label Dali Records).
Currently Wiegratz is the leader of the Milwaukee band, Streetlife. (Streetlife is currently the house band for the Milwaukee Bucks.) Wiegratz was a member of Sweetbottom, with Daryl Stuermer, in 1978 and 79. He formed the smooth jazz group Oceans, which recorded two nationally-released albums, "Second Chance" (Pro-Jazz) and "Ridin' the Tide" (Pro-Jazz). He has performed at major jazz festivals across the United States. Wiegratz has performed and recorded with countless renowned national and international artists, including Phil Collins, George Duke, Al Dimeola, Lenny White, The Temptations, Gladys Knight & the Pips, The Supremes, Steve Smith, Jaco Pastorius, Wayman Tisdale, Andy Kim, Lyle Mays, Spencer Brewer, Chris Spheeris, Michael Jones, and Sigmund Snopek III.
In their shows, the Femmes employ a horn section called the Horns of Dilemma. For many years, it consisted of Peter Balestrieri, and Steve MacKay on saxophones and Sigmund Snopek III on keyboards and other instruments. It was augmented by whatever musicians the band invited to play with them on a particular night. The band now uses local acquaintances, famous or otherwise, friends, relatives, or associates of the band. Instrumentation varies widely and includes saxophones, trumpets, trombones, sousaphone, flute, clarinet, antique hunting horn, kazoo, and percussion. When the band plays "Black Girls" or "Confessions" the only instructions given to the players are to play as freely and wildly as possible. The group doesn't back up the band in the way that a traditional horn section would; they provide a free-form noise jam. Famous members have included John Zorn, Dick Parry, Blaise Garza and The Dresden Dolls. Longtime band associates and employees who have played with the Horns include soundman, Caleb Alexander, and Manager, Darren Brown.
In addition to publishing five full-length books, she has contributed to numerous local and national literary magazines and anthologies, including "Best American Poetry 1992"; "Visiting Dr. Williams: Poems Inspired by the Life and Work of William" "Carlos Williams" (University of Iowa Press); "The Cento: A Collection of Collage Poems" (Red Hen Press); and "The Book of Irish American Poetry: From the" "Eighteenth Century to the Present" (University of Notre Dame Press). Her poems have appeared in many journals, including "Chicago Review", "jubilat", "The Georgia Review", "The Iowa Review", "New American Writing." Her poem “Call Me Pier” is included in the Poetry Everywhere series. Firer along with James Hazard, Bob Budny, and Jerome Kitzke performed as The Great Lakes Poem Band, a collaborative effort combining poetry and music. Sigmund Snopek has composed a song cycle based on three of Firer's poems. Most recently, two of her poems were used as texts for dance pieces choreographed by University of North Carolina at Greensboro's Head of the Department of Dance, Janet Lilly, and performed at St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery.