Milwaukeeans come home to play with Alanis Morissette, Brandi Carlile

The Ross sisters Chauntee (far left) and Monique (second from right) sing with Grammy-winning star Brandi Carlile (far right) at Carlile's

Two of the most important tours of the summer are: Alanis Morissette Brandi Carlile, are coming to Milwaukee this summer — and they’re bringing Milwaukee musicians with them.

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Cedric LeMoyne is the touring musician with Morissette who has had the longest tenure. Since 2005, the Jackson, Mississippi native, a Milwaukee resident ever since 2017, has been backing her on bass. She will join Morissette at the American Family Insurance AmphitheaterJuly 23. 

Then, on Aug. 5 Brandi Carlile will be at Fiserv Forum, with Milwaukee-born, Nashville-based sisters Chauntee and Monique Ross singing backing vocals and playing violin and cello, respectively. They are well-known in the local music scene as their band. SistaStrings — which is playing a free show Aug. 1 in the Musical Mondays summer concert series in Lake Park.

“To see our dream come to fruition, of playing music with incredible people, it’s just been incredible and wild and almost still very unreal,” Monique Ross said.

Milwaukee-based musician Cedric LeMoyne (center) plays bass for Alanis Morissette at a recent show. LeMoyne has been part of Morissette's band since 2005.

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LeMoyne made his first break in music when he was a bass player for the alternative-rock band Remy Zero. LeMoyne is from Birmingham, Alabama where he was born. 

After the band split up, he moved from London to London. “to sort of nurse my heartbreak and started doing film and TV composing.”Ryan Murphy’s FX series featured one of his compositions as the theme song. “Nip/Tuck,” brought him to Los Angeles after it was nominated for an Emmy. 

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