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The Tyme Machines:
Before the Manitowoc Minute, there was Rod Stiffski and the Tyme Machines. Hailing from Sheboygan, WI, the band is known for telling stories of fixing bubblers, comparative bowling, and the upsides of wearing a mustache. If Weezer and Fountains of Wayne morphed with Tenacious D and added a middle aged, mustached plumber, you’d get the Tyme Machines. Their high energy live show has put them on stages across the Midwest, including shows at Chicago’s Metro, Double Door and Cubby Bear. Catchy rock tunes marinated in unwarranted attitude, the Tyme Machines won’t let you down.
Established in 2015, this 5 piece Chicago based pop-rock act has shown versatility over 8 years of creating original music. Their first album, The Way Things Used to Be, focused on folky story telling in the vein of the Lumineers and Dawes. Their second album Laundry List of Ghosts, introduced more upbeat rock and elements of country and landed them on stage at America’s River Fest on the Mississippi River. After a 2021 Midwest Garage Tour which raised nearly $20K for the Alzheimers Association, the band released their 3rd record Common Sense & Accidents where they expand creatively, adding a string section to their arrangements.