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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.

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Barbaro & Thunder Rain & Jes & Jakob
November 16th
7:30 pm - Cover $12


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.

Thunder Rain:
Thunder and Rain is a 5-piece acoustic americana band from the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Consisting of acoustic guitar, mandolin, dobro, fiddle and upright bass, Thunder and Rain seamlessly blends their favorite elements of bluegrass, country, pop and alt-rock to cultivate their own take on the American roots music traditions. Driven by the catchy choruses and dreamy melodies sung by Erinn Peet-Lukes, the band perfectly supports her heartfelt songwriting with strong country grooves, lush harmonies and rich instrumental decoration.

Jes & Jakob:
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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Timbre Junction
November 17th
7:30 pm - Cover $7


As one of the Twin Cities hardest working acoustic acts, Timbre Junction has cemented a reputation for playing across a variety of musical styles and putting on a spirited show. With their emphasis on skillful playing, tight arrangements and expressive vocals done "their way", Timbre Junction pushes the envelope...this is not your everyday Minnesota bluegrass band.

While traditional bluegrass, country blues, cowboy and western swing anchor their repertoire, the band is far from predictable and can be tough to categorize. What makes Timbre Junction different is their taking a song from any era or genre, and turning it on its head to make it their own.

Timbre Junction's lineup has evolved since they formed in 1998. Founded by Minnesota bluegrass stalwarts Mike Regouski and Karen Radford, the band rotated players for some years until settling upon the current crew which now includes distinguished Minnesota musician Joel Johnson (Guitar/Vocals) and Mike Forney (Fiddle) who was last to join in the spring of 2017 after moving to the area from the east coast.



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Merry Weathers, Pig Town Fling, Yellow Bellied Sapsuckers and Andy Huges
November 21st
7:00 pm - Cover $15


Merry Weathers:
Merry Weathers performs a variety of bluegrass, folk, country, and rockin music, with a major emphasis on original tunes and playing some long loved covers too. Each member of this 6 piece band brings an original sound that is accessable and easy on the ears.

Pig Town Fling:
What do you get when you mix a string band with interests ranging anywhere from traditional Irish and American Oldtime music to Bluegrass, Blues and Swing? You get "Rump Rumbling Fun" and that is what Pigtown Fling String Band is determined to bring for your musical enjoyment.

Established late in 2013, Pigtown Fling String Band is a group of long time musical friends and musical partners who are ready for a new challenge and wanting to bring a new sound to the La Crosse area and beyond.

Yellow Bellied Sapsuckers:
The Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers perform traditional old-time fiddle tunes and sing tight harmonies, including country, vaudeville, hits of the 1920s and 1930s, and original songs and tunes. Steeped in the folk-music traditions of Midwest, including their home in the Driftless region, and of Scandinavian-American roots, the Sapsuckers bring a light musical touch and a great sense of humor to their performances. The band plays numerous square dances and intimate concerts.

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Pat Ferguson
November 23rd
7:30 pm


Originally making waves as a founding member and lead guitarist for longtime Midwest music scene staple, The Smokin' Bandits, Pat Ferguson has emerged as a renowned and nationally recognized solo performer, songwriter, and vocalist; his sound channeling Americana, bluegrass, and folk, deeply influenced by his Upper Mississippi River musical roots.

Based in Madison, WI, Pat has announced the release of his first full-length solo effort, Light of Day / Dark of Night, due out 4/27/18 on LoHi Records. Produced by Adam Greuel of Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Light of Day / Dark of Night is a record that paints the picture of retrospect and builds an appreciation for what it means to ride the highest of highs or lowest of lows, while longing with admiration for the other. The album showcases a collection of original music that combines gorgeous instrumentation, stirring harmonies, and powerful songwriting rooted in his core influences.



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The Mayer Brothers Band
November 24th
7:30 pm - Cover $10


Hans and Kit Mayer have been making music together since they were old enough to pick up guitars. Wherever they go, their mischievous groove and winning mix of heartfelt originals and carefully chosen covers always leaves audiences smiling and happy.



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Bill Miller w/ Dan Sebranek, Hans Mayer, & Andy Huges
November 24th
3:00 pm - Cover $15

Bill Miller is an award-winning Native American recording artist, performer, songwriter, activist, painter, and world-class accomplished flute player. Over the entirety, Miller has produced over a dozen albums, received three Grammy Awards, numerous NAMA awards (including a Lifetime Achievement Award) and led Wisconsin's La Crosse Symphony Orchestra. He is now touring in support of a recent collaboration album Look Again To The Wind: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited where Bill has the title track.

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A Celebration of The Common Good in Story and Song
November 30th
7:30 pm - Cover $20

A Celebration of The Common Good in Story and Song

Recent woes and disasters visited upon the driftless region in the past season have, at times, left us feeling helpless and insignificant. But we are neither of those things. In this magnificent corner of the world and anywhere else you look you will find people working hard to help those in need and strengthening their communities.

Join us in a celebration of those efforts and of the inimitable human spirit that makes our community the greatest of our many treasures.

Servant leader Tom Thibodeau and troubadours Larry Long, Raldo Schneider, and Eddie Allen along with euphonic masters Larry Dalton, Dan Sebranek, and others will host an evening of stories and songs and joy and laughter and fellowship that will leave you feeling big inside. This is a night that will be remembered for a long, long time. Be part of it.




Dead Horses
December 1st
7:30 pm


At fifteen, Dead Horses frontwoman Sarah Vos' world turned upside down. Raised in a strict, fundamentalist home, Vos lost everything when she and her family were expelled from the rural Wisconsin church where her father had long served as pastor. What happened next is the story of Dead Horses' stunning new album, 'My Mother the Moon', a record full of trauma and triumph, despair and hope, pain and resilience.

Blending elements of traditional roots with contemporary indie folk, the album is both familiar and unexpected, unflinchingly honest in its portrayal of modern American life, yet optimistic in its unshakable faith in brighter days to come. Earthy and organic, Vos' songs often reveal themselves to be exercises in empathy and outreach; she writes not only to find meaning in the struggles she's endured, but also to embrace kindred souls on their own personal journeys of self-discovery. As much as the album is a reckoning with the past and everything she witnessed growing up (mental illness, poverty, addiction, and violence), it's also an effort to shape the future, to build a community based around art and love and beauty and acceptance, a community to replace the one she was so brusquely robbed of as a child.

Doors open at 7:00 pm, show starts at 8:30 pm.
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Courtney Hartman with Shane Leonard and J.E. Sunde
Dec 7th
7:30 pm - Cover $10


Courtney Hartman:
Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Courtney Hartman started playing guitar at the young age of eight, after having already spent several years on the fiddle and mandolin. Her early years were spent steeped in American Roots music, and today she has fused a diverse range of influences from Norman Blake to Bill Frisell, creating music that acknowledges and pays homage to her roots, while pushing beyond its defined boundaries. Courtney was recently nominated by the Americana Music Association for 2017 Instrumentalist of the Year, following the release of her solo project 'Nothing We Say'. Her songs are flush with intimate ruminations on her life as a traveling musician and a deep curiosity about the world around her. The luminous EP delivers on the promise always apparent in her work as a guitarist and songwriter for Della Mae, the Grammy-nominated string band, along with her collaborations with Bryan Sutton, Jim Lauderdale, and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' Mike Campbell, among others. Acoustic Guitar Magazine lauds Courtney as a distinctive guitar stylist...and a songwriter that delights and disturbs."

Shane Leonard:
Producer, all-purpose studio musician and songwriter Shane Leonard has packed a lot of music into his thirty four years. Having grown up playing jazz with musicians generations older than him, dropped out of music school to become an English teacher, and left that to study fiddle and banjo with Appalachian elders, his writing and playing draws from diverse influences. With a resume including acts such as Field Report, Kalispell, and many others, Shane is set to release his debut solo album early next year.

J.E. Sunde:
"J.E. Sunde is one of the greatest indie-folk singer-songwriters around." -Daytrotter
"The song began as a fight against melancholy and ends up in a surpassing place - it also speaks to the notion knowing when a good idea has turned into a great one, a question an artist likely asks each day." -Bob Boilen, All Songs Considered






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Tom Wopat
Dec 9th
4:00 pm - Tickets $20


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.


Advance tickets available at:
Leo and Leona's
and
The Grounded Coffee Shop
308 Main St., La Crosse, WI
608-784-5282


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A String Ties Christmas Show
Dec. 14th - 7:30 pm
Dec. 15th - 7:30 pm
Dec. 16th - 2:30 pm

Come and get in the Christmas Spirit with some favorite holiday tunes done in the Bluegrass Fashion!

Advanced tickets can be purchased at:
The Grounded Coffee Shop
308 Main Street
La Crosse ,WI
608-784-5282
and
Leo and Leona's


Ghost Land Radio
December 21st
7:30 pm - $5


Ghostland Radio is a Winona based group featuring Bryan Crigler (MoonDawg) on guitar and vocals, Ingrid Ogren (The Wide Awakes)on violin, Scott Lochner (The People Brothers Band, MoonDawg, Stanton West) on bass and Noah Glenn Short (Noah Short, Stanton West, Jaybone Bell and Restless Light) on drums and percussion. The music is eclecti and draws from many different genres based in a Bluesy Gypsy Soul Rock Americana setting.


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