Vic Ferrari guitarist Russ Reiser on stage and Jean Poquette-Seidl below
A katandmick photo
ast night's Vic Ferrari "Symphony on the Rocks" concert at the Meyer Theater was all but sold out and the band, as usual rocked the house for 3 hours.
As the band unreeled their vast repertoire of rock songs that span nearly 50 years Jean Poquette-Seidl and Eileen "Trixie" Sobieck were beside themselves and could not sit still at times. It is no secret that the sisters love the sounds of the popular cover band and last nights performance took them to new heights in fan worship and, it could even be said that the sisters became groupies of the 7 piece ensemble. Often the pair could be heard shouting and sometimes loudly moaning the names of their favorite band members. Seidl even was able to get a snapshot of her with guitarist Russ Reiser before the second act got underway. Seidl 55, even embarrassingly shouted an offer from her seat to have his baby, with a warning that her old eggs could very well produce a
mentally challenged child. Poquette-Seidl's husband James sitting next to her who usually is bubbling over with comments remained curiously speechless throughout her random and frequent shouts of physical offers.
Trixie however while not offering any of the band members the chance to ravage her body howled and screamed loudly
through out the concert randomly shouting band members names to get their attention. When this method seemed to be not working she would alternate to shouting exclamations such as "I LOVE HIM" or the one she shouted numerous times
"That's my favorite song". The evening began benign enough as 7 of us attending the show Jeremy Rezek and Joanne Lade joined us for dinner at Kaleidoscope on North Broadway . Many will know the establishment as the old Boots
Bakers or more commonly as The Kings X. The eatery has been decorated with a crafty sense and the staff is delightful as is the food. Prices are on, or slightly above average but the menu selections are the usual fare with some unusual items thrown in just to make things interesting. Abbey, our waitress suggested readers visit her favorite web site New Walmartians.
Dinner before the show
after dinner a short drive to the theater across the river and then a short walk in the rain yielded a nice seat in the 4th row to see an exciting show. The 30 plus people on stage put on a great music concert as well as a visual spectacle that few will forget. Everyone said that they will attend next years concert without fail.
REZEK STARTS NEW JOB - BUYS TV
Jeremy Rezek announced Saturday Evening that he has purchased a new TV. The 36 year old Town of Poland resident used his points he accumulated from Schneider National to discount himself on a new 55" LED television from Wal-Mart. Rezek also announced last night for the first time to the public that he has started working for a new company locally owned in Green Bay known as CTS
transport. Apparently Rezek began work there some time ago and is a local driver. Their web literature states that all of their drivers are home every weekend. This is what Rezek's wife Brittany was hoping for and now she gets to see him almost every weekend which is about all her busy schedule allows.
Brittany Rezek also made
the announcement on Saturday that she will never be impregnated and having children is not in her future, much to her mother's dismay. Rezek made the statement in response to repeated freedom of information requests from the KAMR regarding her impregnation status.