Concert Recap: April 14 Milwaukee, Wis. – Shank Hall

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Review: OnMilwaukee PHOTOS Article Link: JS Online THE TAKEAWAYS ■The club didn’t clear after the show ended. A long line stretched from the stage to the box office of fans holding tickets and posters, and Sutherland stuck around after the show to take pictures and sign autographs for everyone waiting. ■Sutherland didn’t just give autographs. He also accepted a gift: a shot of whiskey handed to him from a fan up front. “You even got my flavor,” he said taking a sip. ■ A fan couldn’t resist calling out “Kieferrrr!” throughout the night. Eventually, Sutherland asked for her name, and shouted out “Heatherrrr!” ■Alas, there was a fan who requested “Free Bird” again and again throughout the night, but Sutherland laughed about his persistence. ■Sample banter from the crowd: “I love you,” screamed one woman. “I love you more,” screamed another. “I’ll fight you for him,” the first woman playfully yelled back. THE SETLIST 1. “Can’t Stay Away” 2. “I’ll Do Anything” 3. “Calling Out Your Name” 4. “Truth In Your Eyes” 5. “Not Enough Whiskey” 6. “Going Home” 7. “My Best Friend” 8. “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” (Bob Dylan cover) 9. “Shirley Jean” 10. “Ways to be Wicked” 11. “Honey Bee” (Tom Petty cover) 12. “Goodbye” 13. “All She Wrote” 14. “Down in a Hole” Encore 15. “Sundown” (Gordon Lightfoot cover) 16. “Gonna Die”

Kiefer Sutherland Gives a Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Making of His Debut Album ‘Down In A Hole’

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Article Link: Billboard.com Kiefer Sutherland’s upcoming debut album Down In A Hole partly stems from his long friendship with artist Jude Cole, who produced the project. “He and I have been friends since I was about 20 years old. We became friends in about 20 minutes. He was an incredible guitar player — so good that I just kind of I hid my guitar for about three years, because I didn’t want to play around him,” Sutherland tells Billboard. “One of the great connectors for him and I both was music. He turned me on to a lot of music that I didn’t know about, and that became a real kind of avenue of communication for the both of us.”