There are few things in life more exciting and invigorating than hearing live music. No matter the genre or the venue, there’s just something about being right in front of the band that is irresistible. The only thing that could make it better is a delicious meal at Anduzzi’s. If you’re looking for the best in live, local music, check out our schedule for Saturday, April 7.
Perhaps one of Wisconsin’s best country acts, you can catch this “country band that rocks” at Anduzzi’s Green Bay East location this weekend. Featuring Josh Freymiller on drums, Steve Paulick and Phil Smyth on the electric guitar & vocals, Jed Tuyls on acoustic & vocals, Timm Buelcher on bass & vocals, and Cortney Ascher on keyboard & vocals, you’ve got a group of talented musicians passionate about bringing something special to the stage. They cover a crowd-pleasing blend of classic and modern rock and country favorites. From Neil Diamond to Big & Rich, there’s a little something for everyone when Grand Union’s in the house.
Because Grand Union Country brings big sound and down home favorites, you’ll want something that reminds of the food that momma used to make. We recommend the Southern Fried Chicken sandwich. It’s an irresistible combination of crispy breaded chicken breast, creamy coleslaw, and crunchy dill pickles on a buttered brioche roll slathered in garlic aioli. Pair with one our Saturday Special Moscow Mules, and you’ve got a winning combination.
Aptly named, this sextet features three gorgeous leading lady vocalists singing a variety of high-energy harmonies, as well as a classic blend of 80s hits to keep the dance floor busy. Their set list is a surprising mix of artists like Lady GaGa, Earth, Wind, and Fire, and Little Big Town. If you love live shows that encourage everyone to get up and groove, this is one you won’t want to miss. The Cougars showcase Anna Snyder, Stephanie Reinl, and Heather Tenhaken on vocals, with instrumentals featuring Eric Snyder on bass, Kurt Risch on drums, and Adam Vance on guitar.
When The Cougars are playing, you’ll want something portable and easy-to-eat while you’re getting down on the dance floor. What better snack is more classic than wings and beer? Anduzzi’s wings feature monthly sauce specials, like Honey Chipotle in April, as well as fan favorites, like Buffalo. We’ve also got $20 domestic beer towers every Saturday that pair perfectly, so matter what sauce you choose.
Big Mouth has been around since its birth in 1980. Originally housed in Michigan, the band made its way over to our neck of the woods in 1990, where they added a unique twist to their act: a horn section. Jay Whitney, founder of Big Mouth, has been on the music scene for over 30 years. His guitar and vocal talents are supported by Rick Piumbroeck on percussion & vocals, Paul Sowinski on bass & vocals, Brad Miller on drums, Matt Buchman on piano & keyboard, Nathan Behling on trumpet, John Croarkin and Marc Jimos on saxophone, and Bill Dennee on trombone. Their jazzy sounds and original songs will delight those looking for a relaxing Saturday with old friends.
Jazz up your classic burger and fries and indulge in the symphonic taste of Anduzzi’s Steakhouse burger. This behemoth of beef is only for the largest of appetites. It all starts with our classic brioche bun and a flame broiled burger, covered in gooey provolone cheese. Then, we slap on a hearty helping of toppings, like shaved sirloin, tangy onion ring sauce, sauteed onions and mushrooms, and crunchy onion tanglers. It pairs perfectly with our whisky flights, enhancing the smoky flavors of the burger.