Events around Cranky Pat's

Real Salt Lake vs. Sporting Kansas City At Rio Tinto Stadium
Sport

Real Salt Lake vs. Sporting Kansas City At Rio Tinto Stadium

Sunday 2:00pm (22 October)
Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy

Angels for Kelli at Short Branch in Neenah, WI
Other

Angels for Kelli at Short Branch in Neenah, WI

Sunday 2:00pm (29 October)
Short Branch, Neenah

One Strong Army at Short Branch Saloon (Neenah)

One Strong Army at Short Branch Saloon (Neenah)

Saturday 10:00pm (02 December)
Short Branch, Neenah

Linus and the Lute and The Raglanders at Short Branch
Music

Linus and the Lute and The Raglanders at Short Branch

Friday 10:00pm (15 December)
Short Branch, Neenah

Messy Mondays
Community

Messy Mondays

Monday 10:00am (06 November)
Neenah Public Library, Neenah

Footloose Fridays
Community

Footloose Fridays

Friday 9:30am (08 December)
Neenah Public Library, Neenah

Adulting 101: Organizing Your Home & Mind Through De-Cluttering

Adulting 101: Organizing Your Home & Mind Through De-Cluttering

Thursday 6:30pm (09 November)
Neenah Public Library, Neenah

Rockin' Rock Painting Party
Crafts

Rockin' Rock Painting Party

Saturday 11:00am (28 October)
Neenah Public Library, Neenah


Delilah DeWylde at Cranky Pat's in Neenah!

Delilah DeWylde at Cranky Pat's in Neenah!


When?

Start time: Saturday 9:00pm (14 October)
End time: Sunday 12:00am (15 October)

Where?

Cranky Pat's
905 S Commercial St, Neenah
Music

About

Join us for pizza and beer in Neenah!

Opening the show is The Soul Doctors duo. Hope to see you!!

A long time ago, at the dawn of the Atomic Age, a succession of no-good punks and ill-mannered teenagers took the best of American roots music — hard-partying honky tonk country, searing gutbucket blues and lonesome hillbilly twang — and distilled it into a potent moonshine known as rockabilly. This combustible formula, passed down through the generations, forms the heart of the revved-up stylings of Delilah DeWylde.
Delilah DeWylde band got their start in 2004. Just like rockabilly originators Elvis, Johnny Cash, Bill Haley and Carl Perkins, this Michigand band cut their teeth on steel-guitar driven country in the style popularized by Hank Williams, Ernest Tubb and Webb Pierce. But the draw of the big beat was irresistible, and over time the band’s approach has become sharper and tighter. Not self-consciously retro, Delilah remains committed to hand-crafted American music that stands at the crossroads of creativity and craftsmanship, liberally drawing from Ameican rockabilly music. A few band favorites are Elvis/Scotty/Bill, Buddy Holly, Janis Martin, Johnny Burnette, Carl Perkins, Wanda Jackson, and Gene Vincent.