Once upon a time, there was a band called Clicker.
It was a show band, doing pop/rock/glam covers and terrific original songs. Clicker played throughout Wisconsin and the Midwest during the early to mid-1970s.
People who saw and heard Clicker — they also got some regional airplay — have fond memories of the band. Every time we write about Clicker, more people share their stories.
Read our posts about Clicker. Then read the comments. Then add your memories, your stories. That’s how we preserve Wisconsin’s rock ‘n’ roll heritage.
Nov. 29, 2010: Marking 32 years since Clicker played its last gig.
Aug. 21, 2010: We might just be responsible for an outbreak of “fierce Wisconsin nostalgia for Clicker online.”
March 22, 2009: Remembering Clicker’s epic jam number, “DuMonde’s Back Room” from 1973.
Feb. 28, 2009: Celebrating our blog’s second anniversary with a tune from Clicker’s second album.
Oct. 3, 2008: Getting caught up with some of the guys who played in Clicker and remembering some of the places they played in Wisconsin.
Sept. 29, 2007: Remembering Clicker’s music and shows as we headed to a high school reunion of sorts.
Other chapters from Wisconsin’s rock ‘n’ roll history.
July 3, 2014: Starring the legendary Harvey Scales, Milwaukee soul legend.
Feb. 16, 2014: Whatever happened to Kings Go Forth, that cool soul band out of Milwaukee?
Dec. 31, 2012: Remembering Teddy Mueller, the impossibly young drummer for Tongue.
June 27, 2012: A little mystery leads back to Duck Duck Goose, which long ago was a Green Bay blues club.
Feb. 7. 2012: Soup’s on. Wisconsin psych-blues-rock, circa 1971. A vintage album side at The Midnight Tracker.
Feb. 13, 2011: From Milwaukee with love. Some deep cuts from the Esquires, the great soul group of the ’60s.
Oct, 9, 2010: Underground Sunshine, a group from Montello, covers the Beatles and winds up with a big hit.
Jan. 10, 2010: Farewell to an old neighbor — Smart Studios in Madison.
Aug. 26, 2009: The Sound Storm rock festival in Poynette in April 1970.
May 18, 2009: Remembering Robert Cornell, a priest who moonlighted as a rock ‘n’ roll promoter.
March 19, 2009: A band called Tongue, a blues-rock group known for its fierce live shows.
Jan. 24, 2009: Buddy Holly’s second-to-last show, which was in Green Bay in January 1959.
Sept. 1, 2008: Get on up and pay tribute to the Esquires, the great Milwaukee soul group.