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Tuesday Nite Music Club
2nd Tuesday of Every Month
6:30 pm

The second Tuesday of every month, 6:30 pm. Hosted by: Rusty James(WDRT) and Mary C. Highlighted artists and open jam for all musicians.

Pictured below: Jamie Waggoner and Tim Eddy

Merle Haggard Tribute
March 23rd
7:30 pm - Cover $10

Daddy's Girls
March 30th
7:30 pm - Cover $8

Daddy's Girls is a variety group playing country, classic country, old time, and a few surprises. A morphed group from the original family band which played locally for 15 years, "hatched" (I mean hailing) from Coon Valley, WI. Old favorites, and new ideas, the group remains "free range".

Members from the original group: Lisa (Seebauer) Meyer(keyboard, fiddle, button box, vocals), Amy (Seebauer) Magnuson(keyboard, guitar, concertina, vocals), Jeff Langen(drums, vocals), New additions: Sara Meyer (Lisa's daughter)(flute, percussion, vocals), Dan Backhaus(bass guitar, vocals).

Red Sky Warning
March 31st
7:30 pm - Cover $7

Red Sky Warning is a five piece rock band hailing from the driftless region near LaCrosse, WI. 2017 we are excited to be supported by a couple new musicians. Tim on bass and Joe on keys. New ideas are on the horizon along with some new music very soon. We are happy to have them aboard!

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Don D. Harvey w/ Sandler Waggoner
April 7th
7:30 pm

Escaping Pavement
April 8th
7:30 pm

From Detroit to Pasadena, to the high seas and then back to Detroit; it's only when singer/songwriter duo Emily Burns and Aaron Markovitz escaped the neon blitz and car-strewn concrete of the city that they discovered how well their music could bloom when they brought it back to the roots. There is so much life and vitality in the Americana-folk journeys of Escaping Pavement, sprung entirely from an acoustic guitar, a mandolin, and two voices. Fiery passion, wistful reflection, awestruck adventurousness, and heartstring-plucking poignancy, the duo discovers, through song, the range of human emotion and celebrates the purities of what we've left behind for the artifices of tech trends, drug stores and cacophonous city centers.

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String Ties
April 13th
7:30 pm - Cover $10

String Ties calls the hills of the upper Mississippi home, blending Bluegrass, Old-time Country, Swing, Gospel, and Folk into an engaging version of acoustic music~~evoking nostalgia, love lost and found, moonshine hills, and sturdy shoes on a barn~dance floor.

The tight harmonies, powerful instrumentals, (on guitar, banjo, mandolin, and bass), and good~natured fun of this dynamic group have delighted audiences of all ages for more than a decade at parties, festivals, weddings, and everywhere the joy of great music is celebrated. These fans bear witness to "feeling (String Ties') love of music, the crowd, and each other"...And of their magic to convert: "I never thought I would be a bluegrass fan, but after listening to them, you just can't help it.".

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Pearl Street Banjo Band
April 15th
3:00pm - Cover $10

The Pearl Street Banjo Band tenor banjo player is Paul Erickson - who was inducted into the American Banjo Museum Hall of Fame in September 2017 - along with John McEuen of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Roy Clark of country music fame. He produces the annual Midwest Banjo Fest in La Crosse, is a member of The Seven Rivers Jazz Band and Four Shades of Jazz, andis a featured soloist at national banjo events. Paul performed for years in the Rev. Al Townsend's Wonderful World Jazz Band, and got his start playing at Shakey's Pizza in La Crosse.

The plectrum banjo player is Fred Dodd who retired to West Salem after being the banjo player on the Delta Queen and the Mississippi Queen for 25 years - and plays with several banjo bands annually in California jazz fests. He also plays with The Gate City Jazz Band in Winona. Les Fields plays pocket trumpet, washboard, hi-hat cymbal and sings. He's 89 and was inducted into the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame in 2005. His (still active) Turkey River All Stars represented Minnesota in the 1984 World's Fair; and have played at the Clear Lake, IA, Dixieland festival, in and around Rochester, and on riverboats. He previously played in Mayo Clinic's 22-piece big band, the Notochords.

Neil Duresky played bass 15 years in the Grumpy Old Men swing band, and currently plays in ThePearl Street Banjo Band, The Seven Rivers Jazz Band, and Four Shades of Jazz; and has performedwith The Turkey River All Stars, Jazz Reunion, Contraband, and Joe, Lynn & the Boys. His claim to fame is appearing with Logan High School's Top Hats Dixieland band on Ted Mack's Amateur Hour in 1959.

Tugg 420 Show
April 20th
7:00 pm

The west coast of Wisconsin is not typically thought of as a hotbed of alternative reggae music. However, TUGG, hailing from La Crosse, WI has done an amazing job channeling tropical grooves and breezy melodies and has quickly become a top draw in the Midwest and beyond. Coming from a state known more for the Green Bay Packers, cold weather, and cheese, they boast an impressive resume of rubbing shoulders with reggae heavyweights. From shows with Ziggy Marley, Barrington Levy and Slightly Stoopid to Tours with The Wailers, The Dirty Heads, and PASSAFIRE...

"As one of the Midwest's finest staples to the reggae-rock community, TUGG is notorious for their tropical vibes, breezy melodies, and living-the- life message" - - ThePier.org

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The Remainders
April 21st
8:00 pm

Although The Remainders seek to put smiles on the faces of music lovers everywhere, the true objective of the band is to provide therapy to a bunch of older working stiffs that need to keep their heads screwed on straight. When you watch The Remainders live, you'll be looking at 5 guys who truly just want to have fun and are enjoying every minute and every note.

The Remainders have put together a unique playlist which is composed of ballads, dance tunes, and good ol' power rock. During the band's early years, wouldn't play songs that were less than 20 years old, but we are now living proof that you can teach old dogs new tricks and we've added several modern rock tunes to the list.

Our motto is: "We Don't Play 'Freebird,'" so guys (and you know who you are), put your lighters away because we will never, ever, ever play 'Freebird.' Our other motto is: "Fun, Philanthropic, High Energy Midlife Crisis in Action" which means we do everything we can to support the community that has given each of us so much over the years and we have a ball doing it.

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April 28th
9:00 pm

Heartsfield has toured the United States in each decade since the 1970s, having performed before nearly 10,000,000 fans at 4,500 shows at colleges and universities, fairs and festivals, clubs and bars, private parties, stadiums, and in the streets. Having released their 12th album, they have sold millions of records and continue to please audiences with their brand of vocal rock music that has its foundations in southern and country rock.

Having been signed by Mercury Records and later, Columbia Records, Heartsfield has produced numerous FM radio favorites and Billboard charted records. Among them are "Music Eyes, "Shine On," "The Only Time I'm Sober Is When You're Gone," "I'm Comin' Home," and "Racin' the Sun."

At any performance, Heartsfield shows are full of fun, up-tempo, foot-stompin' music that gets the crowd involved, singin' and dancin' away. The band delivers on its promise of hot pickin', strong vocals, driving rhythm, and smiles from the stage, which have allowed them to last over three decades and still continue to please audiences with their growing catalogue of hits.

Heartsfield members are: Andon Davis (lead guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin, and vocals), Freddie Dobbs (lead guitar, acoustic guitar, and vocals), Scott Bonshire (drums), Steve Eddington (bass guitar and vocals), and Dave Nelson (lead guitar, acoustic guitar, dobro, and vocals).

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Foxfeather w/ Members of Tugg
May 3rd
7:30 pm

Foxfeather is a sultry alt-americana band founded in Boulder, CO in 2013. Beginning with a lyrical base, and bolstered by strong blues-rock instrumentals, Foxfeather's unique sound captivates their audience. The band consists of Carly Ricks Smith (lead vocals), Laura Paige Stratton (acoustic/electric guitars, keys, vocals), Patrick Coleman (upright/electric bass, violin), Ben Batchelor (drums and percussion), and Ian Hendrick (electric guitar). Foxfeather is a local staple in the Colorado Front Range, and also tours nationally. The band released their EP, Foul Moon, in 2014. In response to this release The Marquee stated that "the group is overflowing with talent" and "Carly Ricks Smith has a spectacular voice which lies somewhere between the folky soprano of a young Joni Mitchell and the jazz-heavy range of Lake Street Dive's Rachel Price. It's powerful as well as delicate." Andy Eppler of The Prairie Scholars said "it's sexy. It's original. These women have crafted something very special and instantly likeable on this album." The BoulderBeat reviewed Patrick Coleman's presence on bass as "one of the biggest treats of their performance," with a "jazzy undertone that rightfully demanded its own attention." The band released their first full length, self titled album in October of 2016, which Rooster magazine described as "time warping...it's an emotional ride into the forest of folk with low-hanging country branches slapping you in the face without apology....its got a good thing going" (Rooster Magazine).

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Tom Wopat
May 4th
7:30 pm

All it takes is a phrase or two from Tom Wopat's warm, engaging baritone to trigger the desire to hear more. And the more one listens, the better it gets from the way he finds the heart of a song's story to his lyrical phrasing and his gently swinging, jazz-infused rhythms.

That's a large handful of uniquely appealing qualities, and they're all over the fourteen utterly captivating tunes on I've Got Your Number.Tom applies his far-ranging interpretive skills to discovering new, intriguing musical twists in such Great American Songbook classics as "The Good Life," "The Folks Who Live On The Hill," "Call Me," "Born To Be Blue," "I Won't Dance" and, of course, the title track. As if that wasn't enough, he also takes his listeners on adventurous new journeys through contemporary songs from the likes of Paul Simon, Judy Collins, Bruce Springsteen, Bruce Hornsby and James Taylor.

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John Smith
May 5th
7:30 pm

Folk singer/songwriter Johnsmith was born into a family of ten children in Dewitt, IA. After learning to play the guitar at 19, he began writing songs, leading to a career that found him playing over 150 dates a year. A winner of the New Folk competition at the Kerrville Folk Festival, he has also won songwriting awards at the Telluride, Rocky Mountain Folks, and Falcon Ridge Folk Festivals. He self-released his debut album, "Hole in the Clouds", in 1998; in April 18, 2006, he released his fifth solo album, "Break Me Open". Johnsmith's performances are finely shaped and powerfully moving.

Special guests include: Dan Sebranek, Radoslov Lorkovic, and Larry Dalton

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Allman Brothers Tribute (Circle of Heat)
May 11th
7:30 pm

Circle of Heat - Tribute to the Allman Brothers

Based in Minneapolis, Circle of Heat is a rock band at its core. Drawing inspiration from genres such as funk, jazz, prog, classic and 90's rock, their music is ever expanding into an original sound with a familiar feel. For their sophomore album, 2016's "Some People Say", Circle of Heat continued their focus on musicianship and diversity in songwriting all while allowing room for the spontaneity and improvisation that make their live performances such unique experiences.

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Mayer Brothers Band
May 12th
7:30 pm

Hans and Kit Mayer along with Tom Gibbons,Terry Nirva and Mark Davini

The Mayer Brothers Band has its own powerful groove without loosing their firm rooting in mischievous music and raucous rock. And what parent of a rock band would not be proud of this set of siblings: Hans Mayer (bass, mandolin, vocals), Kit Mayer (guitars, vocals), Tom Gibbons Mayer (lead guitar, vocals), Terry Nirva Mayer (drums and percussion) and Mark Davini Mayer (accordian, keyboards, vocals). Musical styles from cajun to reggae with a whole lot in between, along with a healthy dose of original songs. Dancing recommended.

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