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The Blooze Krooze is a yearly Madison car show and blues concert. 90% of the proceeds go to help our Veterans stay in their home by providing funds to make home repairs, maintenance, weatherization and accessibility updates.

Donations to the Blooze Krooze are managed by Project Home, a non-profit organization that has been helping to build strong communities for over 40 years.

Online fundraising for Blooze Krooze

Lawn Spots are sold out.

Blooze Krooze Annual Car Show & Benefit

Sunday ~ July 29, 2018

The Blooze Krooze Car Show & Annual Benefit

Time: 10AM to 4PM

East Side Club

3735 Monona Dr., Monona, WI

Suggested Donations -

Spectator Gate: $5 Suggested Donation (kids under 10 free)

Show Cars, Trucks & Bikes:

Cars/Trucks:  Lawn: $25 Each       Upper Lot: $10   Suggested Donation

Bikes:              Lawn: $10 Each       Upper Lot: $5     Suggested Donation

Suggested amounts include driver, additional person $5

Vendors & Sponsors: Call to reserve a spot (608) 577- 4491

Vendor spaces start at $25

Join us!

Make your donation today as a spectator, show car/truck/bike, vendor or sponsor today. Join us in supporting those who have served to protect us, by helping to maintain and repair their homes!

Events

Food & Drinks

2018-BloozeKrooze

Flea Market

Meet Our Sponsors

Chalmers Jewelers
East Side Club
Wort 89.9 FM
Turn Two Auto Repair
Cappy Corbit's
Guitar Shop of Wisconsin
Midwest Whole Sale

Live Music

10:00 AM

Wort 89.9 FM

We’re starting early with WORT D.J.’s  with Dave Leucinger and Rockin’ John McDonald. They’ll be spinning WORT’s vinyl collections from the oldies to the goodies starting at 10AM and in-between bands.

WORT MISSION

WORT-FM is a non-commercial, listener-sponsored, member controlled community radio station broadcasting to South-Central Wisconsin. WORT volunteers and staffprovide quality programming and services to a broad spectrum of the community in Madison and Dane County. WORT is committed to radio programming with a human perspective—respecting all peoples and their environments.

11:00 AM

countervoid

Ben Hafeman has been singing his entire life and was self taught in piano and guitar before he was in High School. Ben studied music theory and composition in college where he arranged and orchestrated numerous songs. His main musical influences are Kip Winger, Michael Jackson, Seal, Queen, Alice in Chains, and Tool. The vocalists who helped to shape Ben’s vocal style are David Glasper of the band Breathe and Layne Staley, the original voice of Alice in Chains.

Brad Miller started playing piano, violin and trumpet at an early age. At age 12 he purchased his first guitar and taught himself to play everything from Van Halen to Bach. Some of his influences include Van Halen, Jason Becker, Scotty Moore, Ritchie Blackmore, John Sykes and Zakk Wylde. Brad has written and recorded jingles for tv/radio and continues to record and mix other artists at his home studio.

You can visit their website at www.countervoidband.com

Start time: 12:45 PM

Tony Kannen & The Sound Garden Crew

Tony Kannen has a style is rooted in the American Music tradition of power lead vocals.  Whether a blues shout, rock-n-roll howl or soulful ballad, he effectively delivers a lyric in a crisp authoritative voice and melodious tone.

Tony’s close association with this music goes back a lifetime.  Growing up in a family of singers helped to nurture a love for telling stories through song.  In the 1960’s under the tutelage of older brother rock-n-roll singer/guitarist Ray Kannen he learned harmony and control, and how to use his instrument with emotion, humor and swagger in equal proportions.

The years working with high energy club bands helped to hone his technique, The Shakedown Blues Band in the ‘70s and ‘80s, The Roadhouse Rockers in the ‘90s, performing in small roadhouse bars and in front of festival audiences in the thousands.  In 2000 Tony expanded this theme forming the jump blues band Swingin’ The Blues.  There are debts owed along the way to all the talented musicians and loyal fans.
The caliber of the music speaks for itself.

Today, Kannen continues the tradition with a new blues and soul ensemble, The Sound Garden Crew.  This Madison, WI based band of stalwart musicians is grinding out dance grooves of rhythm and blues to a new generation of American Music fans.

Start time: 2 PM

Paul-Filipowicz-BloozeKrooze

Paul Filipowicz is back again this year, as always he’s ready to tear it up! His finger pickin’ blues style rocks the house like no other. He started his career frequenting the Midwest blues scene, playing shows with Hound Dog Taylor, Mighty Joe young and Luther Allison. Today you can find him at rockin’ venues with his band and many of his friends in the blues community such as Clyde Stubblefield, Rob Corbit, American Blues (Jimi Schutte), the list goes on.

Paul has crafted his own style and never disappoints! Come on down and see for yourself! You won’t forget this performance. You’ll be swinging your hips to grass roots original blues, with a dash of attitude. Paul’s sound is so unique, he’s managed to reach nationwide acclaim.

With 7 critically acclaimed CD’s under his belt, including two “Top 20 Texas Blues New Releases” in a row (1998 “Never Had It So Good”#14 and 1999 “What Have You Done For Me Lately” #7 Real Blues mag.) Paul’s original slashing guitar style has been established and documented.

Don’t miss this show, Paul’s just getting us warmed up!

Start time: 3PM

The Danny Miller Band

Danny Miller, Harmonica and Vocals
Dan Lloyd, Guitar and Vocals
Frank Nicotera, drums
Tim Walter, bass guitar