Eric Paulsen

Eric Paulsen

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The Sylvee: Deck The Walls: A Cassette Tape Art Project

The Sylvee: Deck The Wall: A Cassette Tape Art Project

A Benefit for UW Carbone Cancer Center

Born out of a passion for live music, The Sylvee is named in tribute to Sylvia Frank, matriarch of the Frank family. The Franks moved to Madison in 1964, the same year the cassette tape was introduced to the U.S.

 Inspired by this, FPC Live is collaborating with their friends at ZEBRADOG to build a mural of Sylvia inside The Sylvee, made entirely out of cassette tapes. 

To make this beautiful project happen, they’ll need to compile between 5,000-10,000 tapes. Specifically, pre-recorded artist album tapes (not blank or mixed tapes). Cassette tape cases not needed. 

In memory of Sylvia who passed away in 2006 after a courageous battle with cancer, FPC Live will donate 50 cents per cassette tape received to the UW Carbone Cancer Center. 


Strictly Discs, MadCity Music, B-Side Records and our Media Partner 101.5 WIBA-FM will be collecting tapes during their normal business hours. 

Strictly Discs :: 1900 Monroe St. 

MadCity Music :: 2023 Atwood Ave. 

B-Side Records :: 436 State St. 

101.5 WIBA-FM :: 2651 S. Fish Hatchery Rd. 

We will also be doing various pop-up donation locations at various events and locations this summer.


● For every 10 tapes that are donated, you will receive an entry into a drawing for a 4-pack of tickets to a show of your choice at The Sylvee.

 ● FPC Live will donate 50 cents per cassette tape to UW Carbone Cancer Center 

● Additional incentives at pop-up locations to be announced.

Get more info here

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