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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


Mike Munson & Jake Ilika
December 15th
7:30 pm


Mike Munson: Jake Ilika is a singer/songwriter from Minneapolis by way of Winona, MN. Through his solo work, Ilika Ward Duo, and his band The Heavy Set, he covers the bases of Americana with a variety of sounds and styles. He plays finger-style acoustic, tasteful electric, lap steel, resonator, pedal steel and keys, and enjoys collaborations with fellow musicians around the region.
Jake Ilika:
A recent transplant to the Twin Cities by way of Winona, MN, Jake Ilika has been playing music for over ten years. His songwriting is influenced by the likes of Wilco, Ray Lamontagne, and Ryan Adams, while his guitar playing can resemble styles of James Taylor, Dave Rawlings and Dave Gilmour. His solo shows are personal and intimate, his duo moving and soulful, and band performances are a full-on show.



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Andy Hughes & The Mighty Few with Humbird
Dcecember 16th
6:00 pm - $10 Cover


Andy Hughes:
Hailing from the banks of the mighty Mississippi River, La Crosse, WI based singer-songwriter Andy Hughes has spent the last 20 years soaking up the music and culture around him to create his own words and music. For much of that time, Andy has been the front man and main songwriter for the successful Alternative Reggae/Ska band, TUGG. With TUGG, Andy has toured with The Wailers, The Dirty Heads, Passafire, and more. He's played shows with Ziggy Marley, Sublime with Rome, Bad Religion, and The English Beat. All 5 of the band's last releases made the Top 5 of iTunes and Amazon's Reggae Charts. Hughes, however, is a a life-long fan of classic country music, especially, Johnny Cash. Other major song-writing inspirations include John Prine and Kris Kristofferson. With this new country-folk sound, Andy looks forward to traveling and sharing music from his debut "Heartland and Heartache" which was released in June of 2017.

Humbird:
After traversing 5 continents and 20 countries with only a guitar and a backpack, Humbird returns home to sing songs from the edge of the world. Combining a wintry longing with the warmth of a familiar folktale, Humbird stretches traditional genres of folk and Americana to embrace the unexpected. This music invites a refreshing dissonance into the house, it leaves breadcrumbs along the path and reflects light back at the stars.

Creating music out of a mosaic of influences like Joni Mitchell, Bon Iver and Bill Frisell, Humbird weaves it all together with powerful lyrics and a stubborn pursuit of the sound of the North. The release of Humbird's double EP "Elsewhere" and "Where Else" in Summer 2017 is just the beginning.



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Wheelhouse
Dcecember 22rd
7:30 pm - Cover $10


WheelHouse is a nationally touring Americana and bluegrass band hailing from Madison, Wisconsin. As a full-time working band they perform over 220 shows per year and have garnered attention from national labels. Featuring three and four part harmonies, fiddle and guitar leads, and driving rhythm of the upright bass WheelHouse brings an energy and attitude unique to themselves.



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Sarah Voswinkle and Auralia
Dcecember 28th
7:30 pm


More to come on this event.

Fellow Pynins
December 29th
7:30 pm


Fellow Pynins is a tender duo birthed out of years of traveling, farming, childrearing, and touring with their 6 piece folk orchestra, patchy sanders. Their songs tell of stories old, dreams of death, frolicking through pastures of sheep, and entering the chasms of the human experience. Wielding clawhammer banjo, bouzouki, mandolin & guitar, Ian Van Ornum & Dani Aubert pour their hearts into the sounds of their whimsically woven folk tales.



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Couleegans
December 31th
8:00 pm - $10 Cover


Established in the Summer of 2015, "The Couleegans" are a classic rock cover band formed in Timber Coulee, WI (down the hill from L & L's) when Keith Boraas (Bass guitar) along with his old band mate, lead guitarist Paul (Hubey) Hubmer, recruited Chaseburg's own Jaran Carson (Drums) and Coon Valley native Rick Starkey (Guitar, Vocals) to get "together and play some tunes". They found something! A love of music, and a longing to play & have fun... Shortly after, the group became a mainstay at Pooker's Place in Coon Valley WI, and added a new vocalist, Heath Christianson, as a huge bonus. It was from those shows the band gained the confidence to pursue more musical opportunities, and to go where the journey would lead. Since those early days, the group has solidified after finding a talent goldmine in another Timber Coulee dweller, vocalist Jessi Eulberg, and utility man Adam Driscoll, a veteran musician in in his own right, who have finished the group off nicely. Over the past year, the group has played from Hillsboro, WI to Mazeppa, MN and transformed into a "good time party band" not to be missed!

Help us celebrate the New year- please join us for a night of great LIVE music spanning many generations of tunes at the area's best venue. We promise to throw a great party!


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Hans Mayer, Jessie McDonald, John Fuchs
January 13th
7:30 pm


More to come on this show...


Jamie Wagonner and Brando
January 20th
7:30 pm


More to come on this show...


Chicago Farmer & Brandon Sampson
January 20th
7:30 pm


Chicago Farmer:
Chicago Farmer, the moniker Bloomington, Illinois' Cody Diekhoff performs and writes under, is set to independently release his 7th album, Midwest Side Stories, on September 30, 2016. Midwest Side Stories is about hope, depression, job loss, meth, skateboards, a divided nation, used cars, the late shift, farms, factories, the destruction of our environment, and still being around to sing about it. The new release contains ten tracks all of which were written by Diekhoff (pronounced dee-cough), with the exception of the John Hartford classic "I'm Still Here."

Lyrically driven, Chicago Farmer delves into the social and political issues of today's world, taking it all in and putting it back out through music as a commentary on modern times in the Midwest. With his unfeigned and relatable approach, Chicago Farmer has earned a place in the heart of this generation's rise of protest songs. He composes music written and sung by and for the working man, the "regular person", bringing to mind modern day folk tales.



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Armchair Boogie and Barbaro
January 27th
7:30 pm


Armchair Boogie:
Armchair Boogie formed in the heart of Wisconsin in 2014 as a banjo and guitar duo. After playing a handful of shows, Augie Dougherty (banjo) and Ben Majeska (guitar) recruited a well versed rhythm section to hold down the upbeat tempos and provide an extra oomph that'll bring even the saddest uncle to a dance floor. This happened in October 2015; and in the few short years since, they've toured consistently around the midwest, played with top notch artists such as Jeff Austin Band and Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, and played venues as big as The Majestic Theater in Madison. The sound has a newgrass feel that's not afraid to delve into realms like funk or country.

Barbaro:
Barbaro use traditional bluegrass instruments to create a unique blend of country, jazz and newgrass styles resulting in a melting pot of something auld and something new.





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Sarah Voswinkle and Auralia
February 17th
7:30 pm


More to come on this event.

Tommy Bentz - George Harrison Birthday Show
February 27th
7:30 pm


Growing up in a small Wisconsin town isn't always limiting as it sounds. An eclectic musician, Bentz totes history with the violin, oboe, saxophone, guitar, and bass. Putting all of this musical knowledge together to start a band for the first time in high school, Bentz's love of music would give him the flexibility to perform in rock, classical, jazz, blues, bluegrass and newgrass bands. When asked for his resume, Bentzs list goes on...

His sound gives credence to this fact the many faces and different genres of music have allowed him to create his own sound: one that blends ideals from many flavors of music into one (kind of like at the ice cream store he managed as a teen). The distinct movement, layering, and syncopation of his style, though intense, is immediately accessible to the listener. Some may say that Tommy Bentz's greatest asset is his confident and mature electric slide guitar style, yet others will argue that his insightful lyrics and adept layering of sound are what keep them coming back to hear him play again and again. Regardless, with three full length albums under his belt - each of them a landmark of musical growth in a coming of age fashion, Tommy Bentz represents a man with spirit, drive, thoughtful journeys, and musical ability that so many musicians strive to achieve.



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