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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


Well Known Strangers
May 19th
7:30 pm


Well-Known Strangers has been entertaining Midwest audiences with a cello infused, alternative pop/rock, with a tinge-of-country-band sound. Members Joe Adamek (acoustic guitar), Betsy Ade (lead vocals, guitar), Sacia Jerome (cello, background vocals), Theodore Koth (lead guitar, background vocals) Roger Gower (drums/percussion) and John Kulas (bass guitar) have been busy preparing for the Summer 2017 tour of their debut album, Aligned. WKS is diligently working with Fight to End Exploitation, a non-profit collaborative network working to end human trafficking, and the I-94 Corridor on a concert in June to raise critical awareness and help end human trafficing. With the release of "Voices" WKS is intensely committed to this cause.

Together, the band members have an amazing mix of musical knowledge and education that provides a unique sound that is reminiscent of familiar of music from the '90s while being expressively groundbreaking and melodically rich. While Ade and Adamek do most of the songwriting, it's the band's creative spark and sonic diversity that are the driving force behind their sound.

Well-Known Strangers grew out of a 15+ year friendship between Ade and Adamek. In fact, it was Ade, who in 2009, sang backup vocals on the song "Storm" that Adamek co-wrote for artist Mark Harrod. Then, after performing at a mutual friend's wedding in May 2014, the two discussed the possibility of a music collaboration and began seeking out talent. In February 2015, Well-Known Strangers were born. Their name comes from the idea that they were all individually "well-known" in the local music scene when they got together, but on a personal level some of them were "strangers" to one another.




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Cosmic Strings
May 27th
7:30 pm - $5 Cover


This Jam-Folk duo, featuring Miss Emma Bee and Spencer Houghton, plays a variety of musical styles and genres. Their songs are a combination of covers, collaborations, and original tunes.



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Springsteen - Seeger Sessions
June 17th
7:30 pm


More info on this show coming soon...
Dead Pigeons
June 17th
8:00 pm - $7 Cover

The Dead Pigeons have come to be known for their infectious, foot stomping sound - an original a mix of upbeat barroom bluegrass and lyrically driven ballads. One day they excel at corralling a rowdy festival crowd and the next they are captivating a discerning theater audience.

Born on the West Bank of Minneapolis, The Dead Pigeons have been touring, picking, and perfecting their americana-roots sound for the past 6 years. Constantly evolving, The Pigeons remain steady at the core - a group of dedicated homegrown musicians with a unique brand that has captivated fans throughout the country.

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Black River Revue
June 23rd
7:30 pm


Agroup of friends from Superior, Wisconsin and Duluth, Minnesota who share a love for all different genres of music. Using a bluegrass instrumentation we have crafted our own sound made up of mostly original music which can be heard on our debut album "Garbage Pickin" (released in April of 2013). Our sophomore album "Spring Thaw" (released June 2014) adds another year of songwriting and live performance experience. With our sights held on the future we will continue to grow our catalog of original tunes for new albums and we will keep putting our twist on classic traditional songs and cover tunes that we love.


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Ultrasonic Duo
June 24th
7:30 pm


This highly professional duo features acoustic/electric favorites from the 60s till now. They play an easy listening mix of Rock, Reggae, Old Country, Folk, Alternative, Original tunes, and Surf music. Known for their harmonies, the "Ultrasonic Duo" prides themselves on tight and smooth vocals. This is listening music, which is never overpowering or loud. Don D. Harvey adds lead vocals, harmonies, acoustic guitar, and harmonica. Greg Grokowsky plays acoustic guitar, electric guitar, twelve string guitar, and adds lead and background vocals. Greg is a master of the surf music genra of the 50s and 60 and the guitar styles of "Dick Dale" and the "Ventures". The Ultrasonics creates a soundscape that will instantly make you a fan of thier music.




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Bernie King and the Guilty Pleasures
June 30th
8:00 pm


Bernie King and the Guilty Pleasures came into being in early 2010 when they put together a group for a local jug band contest. The synergy between original members Bernie King, Julie King, Matt Smith, and John Kurtis Dehn was so natural and right that they decided to keep on making great music as a band. And that's exactly what they did as witnessed by the release of two great albums, 2012's Bernie King and the Guilty Pleasures and 2014's Pretty Little Gal.

2014 saw a change as original bassist Matt Smith retired to focus on his photography and the band welcomed new bassist Bradley Smith. Bradley's up tempo style was an immediate perfect fit and kept the band right on track for bigger and better things.

2014 was also the first year for the band dominated Reverbnation's bluegrass category sitting in the #1 spot for many, many months. A feat they then repeated in both 2015 and 2016!



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Phoenix
July 1st
7:30 pm


In 1975, the band to book in Onalaska was Phoenix. The band was composed of Onalaska High School students who took their music seriously and gained a reputation as the band to see until they disbanded in 1980. After all, you can't get together in the garage forever. But boys will be boys, so once a year, Phoenix rises from the ashes to play an annual gig.

Dave Buroker - Bass
Norbert Nix - Guitar, Vocals
Dan Sebranek - Guitar, Vocals
Dave Solie - Drums, Vocals



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Circle of Heat
July 7th
7:30 pm - $7 Cover

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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Jes Raymond & The Blackberry Bushes
July 8th
7:30 pm - $10 Cover


Jes Raymond's songs connect the day-to-day with the muses of wonder and myth. They draw from the deep well of American Roots music for a modern sound that has a light-hearted rusticity, elegance, and soul. The Blackberry Bushes fall somewhere between Stevie Nicks, Gillian Welch, and The Infamous Stringdusters.

An award winning bluegrass & Americana band that is in moments haunting and in others: an all out revival. With a rotating cast of believers, Jes Raymond and Jakob Breitbach simultaneously honor the genius of tradition and innovation. Skillful flatpicking interlocks soundscapes with virtuosic fiddle improvisation and top-shelf songwriting.

An award-winning bluegrass & Americana band that is in moments haunting and in others: an all out revival. With a rotating cast-of-believers, Jes Raymond and Jakob Breitbach simultaneously honor the genius of tradition and innovation. Skillful flatpicking interlocks soundscapes with virtuosic fiddle chops, improvisation and top-shelf songwriting.

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